|Title:||Hitsville A New Generation Of Country Music|
|Category:||World, Folk, Country|
|Other format:||AC3 RA MP3 MP4 ASF FLAC ADX|
|A1||–T.G. Sheppard||Tryin' To Beat The Morning Home|
|A2||–Pat Boone||Texas Woman|
|A3||–Jerry Naylor||I Hate To Drink Alone|
|A4||–Dorsey Burnette||Doggone The Dogs|
|A5||–Kenny Seratt||Let's Hold On To What We've Got|
|A6||–Ernie Payne||Talk To Jeanette|
|A7||–Shirley Taylor||She Satisfies|
|A8||–Marty Mitchell||Devil Woman|
|B1||–Ronnie Dove||Drina (Take Your Lady Off For Me)|
|B2||–T.G. Sheppard||Solitary Man|
|B3||–Kenny Seratt||If I Could Have It Any Other Way|
|B4||–Barbara Wyrick||Baby I Love You Too Much|
|B5||–Dorsey Burnette||Ain't No Heartbreak|
|B6||–Terry Stafford||Darling Think It Over|
|B7||–Jerry Naylor||The Last Time You Love Me|
|HVS 3001, 0C 062-98 756||Various||Hitsville: The New Direction In Country Music (LP, Comp)||Hitsville , Hitsville||HVS 3001, 0C 062-98 756||UK||1976|
|1C 054-98 526||Various||Hitsville: The New Direction In Country Music (LP, Comp)||Hitsville||1C 054-98 526||Germany||1976|
Although the name was changed, the vinyl label aesthetics and catalog sequencing continued. Parent Label: Motown.
Featured New Releases. Hitsville USA, Vol. 2: The Motown Singles Collection 1972-1992.
is the nickname given to Motown's first headquarters. A former photographers' studio located at 2648 West Grand Boulevard in Detroit, Michigan, near the New Center area, it was purchased by Motown founder Berry Gordy in 1959. It was converted for use as the record label's administrative building and recording studio, which was open 22 hours a day (closing from 8 .
Country Music is the fifty-eighth studio album by country artist Willie Nelson. The album consists in a compilation of country music standards. Produced by Grammy-winning T Bone Burnett, it was released on April 20, 2010 by Rounder Records, and according to Nelson is the first traditional album he has ever recorded. It was his first release in the 2010s.
2017 Warner Music Group - X5 Music Group. Hitsville USA - The Great Songwriters. Various Artists 13-06-2017. Total längd:1 h 21 min. 01. My Guy. Sister Sledge. 02. It Takes Two. Otis Redding and Carla Thomas. 03. The Hunter Gets Captured By the Game.
Fourth generation (1970s–1980s) music included outlaw country with roots in the Bakersfield sound, and country pop with roots in the countrypolitan, folk music and soft rock. Cowgirls contributed to the sound in various family groups. Patsy Montana opened the door for female artists with her history-making song "I Want To Be a Cowboy's Sweetheart". This would begin a movement toward opportunities for women to have successful solo careers The music of the 1960s and 1970s targeted the American working class, and truckers in particular. As country radio became more popular, trucking songs like the 1963 hit song Six Days on the Road by Dave Dudley began to make up their own subgenre of country.
In various combinations (Jamerson was seemingly on 24-hour call until Bob Babbitt came in well into the decade to help shoulder the load), they cooked up the hippest, most supple grooves in the soul field. They were in such demand that most of the other Motor City R&B imprints enticed them to moonlight for them, much to Gordy’s chagrin. Mable John, Hattie Littles, Herman Griffin, and Linda Griner didn’t even do that well at Hitsville despite their dynamic vocal talents. Even the remarkably talented Kim Weston only managed three solo hits during her extended Motown tenure, along with a pair of duet successes with Gaye-and she was married to Mickey Stevenson. It took forever for Motown to crack the rock market with Rare Earth; the Underdogs, Messengers, and Ones could have easily beat them to the punch with their respective hard-hitting 1967 releases, but it wasn’t meant to be.
Rosanne Cash, Exile, Collin Raye, Larry Boone, Ricky Van Shelton, Joe Diffie, Patty Loveless und Rodney Crowell. Für die riesige Country-Fangemeinde ist diese frische Compilation ein absolutes Muss. Ride On, Urban Cowboy! Article properties: Various: American Hearts - New Country.