The discography of Barbara Mandrell, an American country artist, consists of 25 studio albums, one live album, seven compilation albums, 68 singles, and one B-side. She moved to Nashville, Tennessee after high school and signed a recording contract with Columbia Records in 1969. Mandrell's debut album Treat Him Right was released in September 1971, which composed of country soul songs.
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.
Theres a eight line highway out in . headed nowhere Every day is a rat race their fightin' for first place it's like a nightmare It's a life of mass confusion its a heavy load I'm ready to trade the fast lane for a country road Theres a new york skyline But theres no sunshine down on broadway Watching. the stocks rise Keeps them paralized up on parkplace Its a 5th avanue elusioin diggin' for the gold I'm ready to trade the fast lane for a country road . background singers start at the) ( same time as lead sings line above) No more fast lanes Get on a country road (fade out) Get out of the fast lane Get on a country road Get out of the fast lane. adicionar à playlist.
Moods (Barbara Mandrell album). Moods is a studio album by American country music singer, Barbara Mandrell, released in September 1978. Moods became Mandrell's most successful album during her career up to this point. The album spawned two singles, both of which became country hits, "Sleeping Single in a Double Bed" and a remake of the popular Luther Ingram R&B hit, "(If Loving You Is Wrong) I Don't Want to Be Right". Both singles also charted on the Pop and Adult Contemporary charts
For Barbara Mandrell, this was the first duet album she had ever recorded and would be one of two duet albums she would release during her career. David Houston had already been a successful Country singer the previous decade with his Country hit, "Almost Persuaded". Mandrell on the other hand was very new to the Country music business, only releasing her first album in 1971. Their duet album spawned two major Country hits, "After Closing Time", which reached the Top 10, peaking at The second single, "I Love You, I Love You" was another Top 10 Country hit,.
For over 40 years, Barbara Mandrell's mighty voice fit traditional country, pop and adult contemporary sounds like a broken-in pair of boots. After a more traditionally country run with Columbia and producer Billy Sherrill from '69 to '74, Mandrell signed with ABC/Dot. A new label and a new producer in Tom Collins set the wheels in motion for a long run of more pop and adult y hits that made the most of a great American vocalist's talents. With Collins, Mandrell dominated the television and radio airwaves in the '70s and early '80s, becoming the first-ever two-time CMA Entertainer of the Year recipient
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.
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Written-By – R. Murrah*, S. Dean*
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