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  • Dec 11,  · Dick Curless Featuring Curtis McPeake, Pickers CB Spesial Lp Remasterd By B.v.d.M 01 The White Knight () 02 The Big Wheel .
  • Apr 09,  · ~ Dick Curless‘ “Leaving It All Behind” from Capitol LP Doggin’ It. Barbara Mandrell Once Laid Down the Jams Barbara Mandrell performed a stellar country jazz arrangement of “ Steel Guitar Rag ” for Johnny Cash ‘s Christmas Special — part of Zero to ’s all-star tribute to the steel guitar standard written by (“Take.
  • "I'm Leaving It Up to You" is a song written by and originally performed by Don Harris and Dewey Terry in It was later popularized in by the American duo Dale and Grace, who took the song to number one on the Billboard Hot chart. In , Donny and Marie Osmond reached the top five on the US Hot chart and peaked at number one on the Billboard Hot Adult Contemporary chart.
  • I'm Leaving It All Up to You () Make The World Go Away: Professional ratings; Review scores; Source Rating; Džuboks: I'm Leaving It All Up to You is the debut album by Donny & Marie Osmond, released in Two singles were released from the album: "I'm Leavin' It (All) Up to You" (US Pop #4, Country #17) and "Morning Side of the Mountain" (US Pop #8).Track listing.
  • 18 U.S. Folk Punk Garage And Moody Cuts / Click to View: Track: Label: Cat# Date: Comments: Rating: The Toads Leaving It All Behind: Decca USA: Sep
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  • 4-CD box set (LP-format) with page book, 97 tracks. Playing time approx. mns. Dick Curless is best known for his mega-hit A Tombstone Every Mile, along with a string of trucker anthems and road songs, recorded since - This boxed set continues where Volume 1 (Standard, Event, Tiffany, Allagash, Tower; BCD ) ended with Curless' first session for Capitol in , continuing.
  • Jan 21,  · I'm Leaving It All Up to You" is a song first put out by the Don & Dewey in and written by Donald Harris and Dewey Terry, the members of that duo.[citation needed] It was popularized by Dale and Grace, becoming a #1 hit for them in the United States on the Billboard Hot for two weeks in late