Love Hurts: The Songs Of Felice & Boudleaux Bryant - Love Hurts: The Songs Of Felice & Boudleaux Bryant | RECORD STORE DAY

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1. Nita, Rita ; Ruby - Lovey Lips
2. Janis Martin - One More Year to Go
3. The Collins Kids (Larry ; Lorrie) - They're Still in Love
4. Elvis Presley - How's the World Treating You
5. Thelma Blackmon - Living Doll
6. Rita Faye - We've Got Some Dreaming to Do
7. T. Tommy - Moon Fever
8. Little Jimmy Dickens - I Got a Hole in My Pocket
9. Don Gibson - Take Me As I Am (Or Let Me Go)
10. George Morgan - I'm Not Afraid
11. The Everly Brothers - Bird Dog
12. Mark Dinning - the Black-Eyed Gypsy
13. Boudleaux Bryant ; the Sparks - Blue Kazoo
14. Billy Grammer - It Takes You
15. Carl Dobkins JR - Raining in My Heart
16. Connie Francis - Bye Bye Love
17. Mitchell Torok - I Want to Know Ev'rything
18. The Blackwells - Always It's You
19. The Kalin Twins - Chicken Thief
20. The Browns - Margo (9th May)
21. Bob Luman - Let's Think About Living
22. Anita Carter - Tryin' to Forget About You
23. The Everly Brothers - Love Hurts
24. Skeeter Davis - My Last Date (With You)
25. Sammy Salvo - a Mushroom Cloud
26. Earl Sink - Super Market
27. Kathy Linden - So in Love with You
28. Tommy Zang - I'm Gonna Slip You Offa My Mind
29. Roy Orbison - She Wears My Ring
30. Curtis ; Del - Cherry Berry Lips
31. Kris Jensen - Donna, Donna
32. Richard Chamberlain - All I Have to Do Is Dream
33. Bobby Brinkley - (I'm Just) the Guy with the Car
34. Sue Thompson - Too Much in Love

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Husband & wife duo FELICE & BOUDLEAUX BRYANT were one of the most important, successful songwriting duos of the 1950s and 60s. After establishing themselves in the Country market initially, they went on to enjoy spectacular R&R and Pop success. In all, the couple would write nearly six thousand songs together over a fifty-year period, selling over two hundred million records. Artists who recorded their songs included The Everly Brothers (for whom they penned six million-sellers), Elvis Presley, Roy Orbison, The Collins Kids, Anita Carter, The Browns, Connie Francis, Bob Luman, Little Jimmy Dickens, Skeeter Davis, Sue Thompson, and many more. These are featured on this set, which ranges from million-selling worldwide hits to serious collectors' rarities. This snapshot of their early work, featuring thirty-odd different artists (only The Everlys appear twice), should hopefully include a number of songs and performances which people won't be over-familiar with