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Kay Adams With The Cliffie Stone Group - Little Pink Mack / That'll Be The Day Album FLAC

Kay Adams With The Cliffie Stone Group - Little Pink Mack / That'll Be The Day Album FLAC Performer: Kay Adams With The Cliffie Stone Group
Album: Little Pink Mack / That'll Be The Day
Country: US
Released: 1966
Label: Tower
Genre: Folk & World
Catalog #: 269
Size FLAC: 1750 mb.
Size MP3: 1849 mb.
Rating: 4.0/5
Votes: 324
Record Source: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Single, Promo




Tracklist


1Little Pink Mack
Written-By – Chris Roberts , Jim Thornton, Scott Turner
1:58
2That'll Be The Day
Written-By – Jim Thornton, Scott Turner
3:18


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
269Kay Adams With The Cliffie Stone Group Kay Adams With The Cliffie Stone Group - Little Pink Mack / That'll Be The Day ‎(7", Single)Tower269US1966
269Kay Adams With The Cliffie Stone Group Kay Adams With The Cliffie Stone Group - Little Pink Mack / That'll Be The Day ‎(7", Single)Tower269US1966


Credits


  • ProducerCliffie Stone


Barcodes


  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Matrix / Runout (Label, Side A): 45-60666
  • Matrix / Runout (Label, Side B): 45-60676


Companies


  • Published By – Central Songs, Inc.


Album


Singel 7 : Kay Adams With The Cliffie Stone Group Little Pink Mack Utgitt : 1966 Låtskrivere: Chris Roberts, Jim. Long live love, Tommy Roe. His Voice Is So Emotional That Even Simon Started To Cry . Little Pink Mack. Kay Adams. 50 видео Воспроизвести все Микс Kay Adams & Cliffie Stone - Little Pink Mack 1966 HQ Trucker SongsYouTube. Thatll Be The Day. Produced by. Cliffie Stone. A little Danny boy was born in Amarrillo while you was somewhere on the road You said you were snowbind in Idaho haulin' some heavy load And when you lost that rig and done her pass honey you said you'd quit that day You swore that run would be your last but ha that'll be the day. Promises promises that's all I ever get You said you'd quit that trucking but you ain't quit it yet Each time you come dragging in you say I'll have my way You'll find a joke right here at home but that'll be the day. With Little Pink Mack in 1966, Kay Adams became the first woman to take the wheel of a big rig and drive it into country music's Top 40. Adams' hit wasn't the first truckin' hit by a female artist - Minnie Pearl holds that distinction with her answer to Red Sovine's Giddyup Go earlier the same year. Recorded with country music veteran Cliffie Stone, Little Pink Mack provided Adams with her only hit single and hit album. The long-player, Wheels & Tears, presents listeners with a selection of trucking songs and country favorites. That'll Be the Day. Kay Adams With Cliffie Stone Group. Artists K Kay Adams Little Pink Mack, That'll Be The Adams With The Cliffie Stone Group - Little Pink Mack, That'll Be The Day Single. 3 versões. Vender esta versão. Kay Adams With The Cliffie Stone Group - Rocks In My Head Single. Read about That'll Be the Day from Kay Adams's Wheels & Tears and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. From The Album. Play album. Wheels & Tears. 52 listeners. In the 1960s, Adams arrived on the country scene with the songs Six Days A Waiting, Old Heart Get Ready, Anymore, Don't Talk Trouble To Me, Trapped, Roll Out The Red Carpet, I Cried At Your Wedding, Honky Tonk Heartache&q read more. Kay Adams born April 9, 1941 is an American country singer. Born Princetta Kay Adams in Knox City, Texas, the fourth of five children to Charley Alva Adams 19081969 and Ola May Henson read more. That'll Be the Day is a 1973 British coming of age drama film directed by Claude Whatham, written by Ray Connolly, and starring David Essex, Rosemary Leach and Ringo Starr. Set primarily in the late 1950s and early 1960s, the film tells the story of Jim MacLaine Essex, a British teenager raised by his single mother Leach. Jim rejects society's conventions and pursues a hedonistic and sexually loose lifestyle, harming others and damaging his close relationships in the process. The cast also. Little Pink Mack was a great truck driving song. Read more. It peaked at 30 Country in Oct-Nov 1966 bw That'll Be The Day a slow ballad about a wife lamenting her trucker husband's frequent absences and clearly not the Buddy Holly hit. Both sides were billed as Kay Adams with The Cliffie Stone Group Tower 269. Two more album cuts, Six Days A-Waitin' an answer song to Dave Dudley's Six Days On The Road and a new interpretation of the Red Simpson hit Big Mac came out as the singles Tower 329 in April 1967 and Tower 395 in Jan 1968 but nether made the charts the B-sides, Be Nice To Everybody and Get Out Of


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