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Jeannie Seely - Tell Me Again / What Kind Of Bird Is That album flac Performer: Jeannie Seely
Title: Tell Me Again / What Kind Of Bird Is That
Style: Country
MP3 album: 1626 mb
FLAC album: 1524 mb
Rating: 4.9
Other formats: VOC VQF DXD AIFF MMF AAC WAV
Genre: Folk and Country

Heart Over MindJeannie's Song (Medley)Out LoudI'm Afraid I LiedFightin' Side Of MeYou Wouldn't Know LoveIs Anybody Going To San AntonePlease Be My New LoveHave You Found It YetHungry EyesWhat Kind Of Bird Is That(32:11). Two For The Show with Jack Greene (36/-) 1 0. Decca DL-75392. Can I Sleep In Your Arms Tonight (6/-)Hold MeHe Knows What I'm Crying AboutTell Me AgainPrideI'd Do As Much For YouLucky LadiesAll Right (I'll Sign The Papers)Farm In PennsyltuckyHe'll Love The One He's WithHangin' On Alone(28:30).

What Kind Of Bird Is That, Jeannie Seely. What kind of bird is that The one with the bright red breast? 'Cause my love is not back yet I know it can't it can't be the robin By plantin' lilacs and drawin' leaves lyrics. Is Anybody Goin' to San Antone, Jeannie Seely. But there's your way my way and the right way And I wish there's some way to make amend I only know that you're gone and I'm lonely Why can't we find the right way again Let's try to find the right way again. When It's Over, Jeannie Seely. The day my mama socket it to the Harper Valley PTA "Oh Mr Baker could you tell us Why your secretary had to leave this town To keep her window shades all pulled completely down" Whenever he's away" lyrics. My Love Dies Hard, Jeannie Seely.

The Fightin' Side Of Me. The Good Old Days. The Next Voice You Hear. Then Go Home To Her. Then Go to Her. Then You Go Home To Her. These Memories. What Kind Of Bird Is That. What's Going on in Your World. When He Leaves You. When It's Over. Wish I Didn't Have To Miss You. With Pen In Hand.

Marilyn Jeanne "Jeannie" Seely (born July 6, 1940) is an American country music singer and Grand Ole Opry star. She is best known for her 1966 Grammy award-winning country hit "Don't Touch Me", which peaked at No. 1 on the Record World and Cash Box country singles charts, and at No. 2 on Billboard. Seely has produced numerous country hits, from the 1960s into the mid-1970s, including duets with Jack Greene like 1969's "I Wish I Didn't Have to Miss You"

Jeannie Seely discography. Jeannie Seely discography. Jeannie Seely in 2006. "Anyone Who Knows What Love Is" (Written by Jeannie Seely) Sung by Irma Thomas. Jack Greene & Jeannie Seely - Everyone Knows But You And Me. Transcription.

Dottie West and Jeannie Seely both rose from humble roots to become Grammy-honored singers, BMI-honored songwriters, and members of the world-famous Grand Ole Opry. Dottie and Jeannie first met in 1964 at the Palamino Club in Hollywood. The following year, Dottie recorded one of Jeannie's songs and encouraged her to move to Nashville. In July of 1966, Dottie West recorded 12 songs at RCA Studio B for her fourth album on RCA Records. Among those songs was "Don't Touch Me", which Jeannie had recorded just four months earlier, and "Paper Mansions", which would become a Top 10 Billboard country single for Dottie. The album those songs appeared on, "With All My Heart And Soul", was released on February 4, 1967. Soon thereafter it reached the Top 10 on the Billboard country album chart. Jeannie wrote the following notes which appear on the back of that classic album

Jeannie Seely: listen and download Charlie Louvin, Jeannie Seely - Cry Myself To Sleep, Hank Cochran, Hank Cochran & Jeannie Seely, Jeannie Seely - Make The World Go Away, Jack Greene, Jack Greene & Jeannie Seely, Jeannie Seely - Wish I Didn't Have To Miss You, Jeannie Seely, STEVE WARINER - Life's Highway & more. Today Is Not The Day 02:22. If I Can't Have You 02:29. A World Without You 02:40.

Seely has produced numerous country hits, from the 60s into the mid-70s, including duets with Jack Greene like 1969's "I Wish I Didn't Have to Miss You". Varianti: Stai visualizzando tutto Jeannie Seely. J Seely, J. Seely, Jeanne Seeley, Jeanne Seely, Jeannie Seeley, Jeany Sealy, Seeley, Seely.

Jeannie Seely is a county legend and we had the opportunity to ask her some questions. Jeannie Seely is a country music legend and Grand Ole Opry Star. Back in the 60s and 70s she won and was nominated for a number of awards including a Grammy for her country hit Don’t Touch Me which reach on Billboard and on Record World. She’s been singing for over 5 decades, produced many country hits, and got to know many other musicians along the way. Jeannie was kind enough to answer some questions for us about her life as a country musician

Jeannie Seely’s mother has said that Jeannie was just four when she learned to stretch up, tune the knob on her family’s big console radio to 650 WSM and keep it there. Jeannie Seely is still on the dial at 650 WSM-performing regularly on the stage of the Grand Ole Opry. Jeannie, who was raised near Townville, Pennsylvania, remembers sitting in the family’s Ford, eating popcorn and drinking soda pop, listening to the Opry on Saturday nights while her parents played cards at friends’ houses. Top Tracks: Don't Touch Me.

Tracklist

A Tell Me Again 2:32
B What Kind Of Bird Is That 3:12