» » Barbara Mandrell - Queen For A Day

Barbara Mandrell - Queen For A Day FLAC album

Performer: Barbara Mandrell
Genre: Rock
Title: Queen For A Day
Country: US
Released: 1966
Style: Country, Rockabilly
FLAC version ZIP size: 1504 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1649 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1467 mb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 432
Other Formats: ADX AU MP4 AIFF AC3 DXD TTA

Queen For A Day - Barbara Mandrell. Here is another hit written by Billy Mize and performed by Barbara Mandrell. Recorded in 1963, this was one of her first ever recorded songs, and her first hit. youtube. Barbara Mandrell Appreciation Page added a new photo to the album The 90's part 2 - with Vote Park Overall. 19 hrs ·. See all. Posts. 9 May at 23:15 ·. Tom Jones & Barbara Mandrell Darling.

Barbara Ann Mandrell (born December 25, 1948) is an American country music singer, musician, and actress. She is known for a long series of country hits in the 1970s and 1980s as well as her own prime-time variety TV show on NBC that helped her become one of country's most successful female vocalists of that period. She gave her last concert at the Grand Ole Opry House on October 23, 1997. She then retired from performing music.

Barbara mandrell queen for a day - alone in the crowd on mosrite records. Country legend Barbara Mandrell on 45 RPM vinyl. The lot of (12) includes One Of A Kind Pair Of Fools-NM or M-. Fooled By A Feeling-VG (promo copy). Barbara Mandrell He Set My Life To Music Excellent Vinyl LP Ultrasonically Clean. Mca records on back of album cover. Lp record album 33RPM. Abc records on album labels. Catalog number "AY-1088" on album cover spine, back of cover & labels См. все результаты.

When Mandrell was 14, her family formed its own group, with her father Irby on vocals and guitar, her mother Mary Ellen on bass, and Barbara handling pedal steel and saxophone. The band also included drummer Ken Dudney, whom Mandrell would eventually marry. The Mandrells toured the .

Moments is the nineteenth studio album released by American country artist Barbara Mandrell. The album was released in August 1986 on MCA Records and was produced by Tom Collins. It would be her final studio release for the MCA label before signing with EMI America Records in 1987. Moments was recorded in June 1986 in Nashville, Tennessee, two months before its official release. Moments contained ten tracks of newly recorded material.

Just for the Record (Barbara Mandrell album). Just for the Record is a studio album by American country music singer, Barbara Mandrell, released in August 1979. Mandrell's career was beginning to reach its peak with the end of the 1970s. As such, her sound began to change, particularly with this album. Like her previous album Moods, two singles were released from Just for the Record. Both of these singles were Top 5 Country hits.

Queen For A Day. Release Me. Release Me (Live).

Barbara Mandrell discography. Barbara Mandrell discography. Barbara Mandrell in 1986. Mandrell's debut album Treat Him Right was released in September 1971, which composed of Country Soul songs. It included her 1969 debut single, a cover of Otis Redding's "I've Been Loving You Too Long (To Stop Now)" and three singles that reached the Top 20 on the Billboard country singles chart: "Playin' Around with Love", "Do Right Woman, Do Right Man", and the title track. In 1971 she partnered with country artist, David Houston for the single, "After Closing Time" and eventually issued the album, A Perfect Match (1972)  . - - - - Non-album single.


A Queen For A Day 2:23
B Queen For A Day 2:23

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – Red River Songs, Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Red River Songs, Inc.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Mosrite Records


  • Producer – Larry Scott, Mark Moseley
  • Strings – Mitch Walker


DJ Copy on Label

With Picture Sleeve

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
M-190 Barbara Mandrell Queen For A Day / Alone In The Crowd ‎(7") Mosrite Records M-190 US 1966
M-190 Barbara Mandrell Queen For A Day ‎(7", Promo) Mosrite Records M-190 US 1966

This is actually a 1984 repressing (in stereo this time, the original 1966 45 is mono) sent to radio stations (not sure about a commercial release, though it's likely) and also, this time, a picture sleeve.