Harlan Howard - Billboard Award Album FLAC album
Genre: Folk and World music
Title: Billboard Award Album
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Harlan Howard:Billboard Award Album (1965). Harlan Howard:Down To Earth (1968). Harlan Howard:Harlan Howard Sings Harlan Howard (1961). Harlan Howard:To The Silent Majority With Love (1971).
Harlan Howard, the country songwriter who wrote "I Fall to Pieces," "Busted," and more than 100 other hits, died yesterday (March 3) in Nashville. He was 74 and had suffered from heart trouble, accord. Harlan Howard, the country songwriter who wrote "I Fall to Pieces," "Busted," and more than 100 other hits, died yesterday (March 3) in Nashville. He was 74 and had suffered from heart trouble, according to his widow Melanie. Howard recorded a few albums of his own in the 1960s, but the finest collection of his songs came with a 1967 tribute album by Waylon Jennings, titled "Waylon Sings Ol' Harlan. During his career, Jennings - who died last month at 64 - recorded more than 40 of Howard's songs. Howard was inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1973. His career stalled for a few years, but was revived in 1982 when singer John Conlee revived "Busted" and recorded two other Howard songs.
Billboard Award Album. Sort name: Howard, Harlan.
Harlan Perry Howard (September 8, 1927 – March 3, 2002) was an American songwriter, principally in country music. In a career spanning six decades, Howard wrote a large number of popular and enduring songs, recorded by a variety of different artists. Howard was married to country singer Jan Howard. Howard was born on September 8, 1927 in Detroit, Michigan, and grew up on a farm in Michigan. As a child he listened to the Grand Ole Opry radio show.
Billboard Award Album by Harlan Howard. View all albums . Mr. Songwriter.
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Monument (catalog number MLP 8038). This album was released in 1965 year. US. Format of the release is.
Johnny Cash, with the Carter Family, reached on Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart in 19631. Ray Charles reached on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 19632 This was from his album Ingredients in a Recipe for Soul A live version with Willie Nelson was included in Charles' 2005 duets album Genius & Friends. Nazareth covered it on Expect No Mercy in 1977. John Conlee reached on Billboard's Hot Country Singles chart in 19823.
Chart Achievement Award Billboard Icon Award Billboard Millennium Award Billboard. Special Billboard Hot 100 Award for "How Do I Live," setting records for the most weeks a single has ever spent in the Hot 100 (69), Top 40 (61) and Top 10 (32) Special Billboard Hot 100 Award for the most No. 1s ever by a female artist (13) Special Hot 100 Award - Most Weeks at No. 1 Special Hot.
|Heartaches By The Number||2:23|
|Too Many Rivers||2:40|
|I Don't Believe I'll Fall In Love Again||2:30|
|Above And Beyond (The Call Of Love)||1:44|
|I've Got A Tiger By The Tail||2:19|
|Mary Ann Regrets||3:37|
|Pick Me Up On Your Way Down||2:24|
|Call Me Mister In-Between||2:57|
|I Fall To Pieces||2:53|
|MLP 8038||Harlan Howard||Billboard Award Album (LP, Mono)||Monument||MLP 8038||US||1965|
|KOC-3-7915, A 26679||Harlan Howard||All Time Favourite Country Songwriter (CD, Album, RE)||Koch Records, Sony Music Special Products||KOC-3-7915, A 26679||US||1996|
|SLP 18038||Harlan Howard||Billboard Award Album (LP)||Monument||SLP 18038||US||Unknown|