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You Brought Me Back - Expanded Edition (Exp) (Uk)
Artist: Tammy Wynette
Format: CD

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Label: MORELLO
Rel. Date: 03/22/2024
UPC: 5013929811249

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DISC: 1

1. Cowboys Don't Shoot Straight (Like They Used to)
2. Crying in the Rain
3. Bring Back My Baby to Me
4. You Brought Me Back
5. Goodnight, Cowboy, Goodnight
6. Easy Street
7. I Don't Think I See Me in Your Eyes Anymore
8. The Best There Is
9. Easy Come, Easy Go
10. He's Rolling Over and Over (In Someone Else's Clover)
11. The Wonders You Perform
12. The Only Time I'm Really Me
13. (You Make Me Want to Be) a Mother
14. I'm Not a Candle in the Wind
15. There Goes That Old Steel Guitar

More Info:

Much in-demand, 'You Brought Me Back' is the CD all Tammy Wynette fans have been waiting for. Originally released in 1981, her 24th studio album is available for the first time on CD. With five bonus tracks, not found on any of her studio albums, completing the package. Chips Moman took over from Billy Sherrill as Tammy's new producer. Tammy Wynette, known as "The First Lady of Country Music", was one of the music's truly iconic figures with an instantly distinctive voice winning audiences from country to pop. The much-loved entertainer released 42 studio albums and charted with 73 singles during a 27-year recording career. The Country Music Association voted her Female Vocalist Of The Year in 1968, 1969 and 1970. She died on April 6th, 1998 at the tragically early age of 55 years. Tammy Wynette was inducted into The Country Music Hall of Fame later that year.