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Kenny Rogers - Kan-Gu-Wa: Rocky Road To Stardom
Kan-Gu-Wa: Rocky Road To Stardom
Artist: Kenny Rogers
Format: CD


Label: Hydra Records
Rel. Date: 01/12/2024
UPC: 4016030001036

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1. Rocky Road
2. Spin the Wheel
3. Poor Little Doggie
4. If You Listen with Your Heart
5. Waddie
6. I Didn'T Wanna Do It
7. What Did I Do Wrong
8. Beloved
9. Eternally Yours
10. Kan-Gu-Wa
11. That Crazy Feeling
12. We'Ll Always Have Each Other
13. I Cried My Heart Out (Unreleased)
14. For You Alone
15. I'Ve Got a Lot to Learn
16. So Unimportant
17. Mine Alone
18. My Tender Heart
19. Pleading for Love
20. Lonely
21. Jole Blon
22. Is It Wrong
23. No Greater Love
24. Hold It 1
25. Hold It 2
26. Empty Pockets Filled with Love
27. It'S a Good Day
28. Fly Me to the Moon
29. My Mammy
30. Over and Over
31. When the Feeling Hits You
32. Maggie
33. Don'T Feel Rained on

More Info:

Kenny Rogers - Kan-gu-wa: Rocky Road To Stardom / 33-song anthology of the country superstar's early recordings as a CD in a jewel case with a 16-page 4c booklet on Hydra. Kenny Rogers began his career in the 1950s, showcasing his talent in a variety of musical styles. Whether with his school band The Scholars, with whom he sang doo wop, as a solo artist Kenneth Rogers, produced by rockabilly veterans like Bennie Hess and Ray Dogget, or with the jazzy Bobby Doyle Three. He also took part in sessions for artist friends such as Mickey Gilley, Bobby Hawks and his brother Lelan Rogers. All of these early recordings, including a previously unreleased song, are compiled here for the first time. Of course, his first hit "That Crazy Feeling," with which he even appeared on Dick Clark's "American Bandstand" TV show, isn't missing either. These songs show the "rocky path" he took before he became a superstar in later years with over 100 million records sold.