Marty Robbins : Today / Don't Let Me Touch You (UK)

CD [Cover Art for Marty Robbins / Today / Don't Let Me Touch You (UK)] Your Price: $17.51
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Sell date: 5/2016
Label: Imports
Mfg's Catalog#: 5073633
CDC Part#: 1943182
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Limited digitally remastered two-fer containing a pair of albums from the late country music great. Marty Robbins was the master of many musical realms: country and western songs, rockabilly and pop standards, Caribbean and Hawaiian music. Then also, of course, there are the Gunfighter ballads a genre that he virtually made his own. It was such music, along with those unforgettable stage performances, that earned him a well-deserved place in Nashville's Country Music Hall of Fame, just a couple of months before his untimely death in December 1982. The two albums featured in this collection Today (1971) and Don't Let Me Touch You (1977) mainly spotlight Marty Robbins as a singer of ballads, material that perfectly shows off his effortless, distinctive vocal skills. Today - with its cover portrait paying tribute to the singer's passion as a NASCAR racing car driver - created three Top 10 chart singles, 'Early Morning Sunshine' and the double sided 'Seventeen Years/The Chair' the latter giving Robbins the chance for a powerfully dramatic performance in the tale of a prisoner's final hours.

 
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Early Morning Sunshine
Late & Great Lover
I'm Not Blaming You
Another Day Has Gone By
Thanks, But No Thanks, Thanks to You
Quiet Shadows
Too Many Places
You Say It's Over
Put a Little Rainbow in Your Pocket
Seventeen Years
The Chair
Don't Let Me Touch You
There's No More You & Me
To Get to You
The Way I Loved You Best
Try a Little Tenderness
Return to Me
Harbor Lights
More Than Anything I Miss You
A Tree in the Meadow
Tomorrow, Tomorrow, Tomorrow
 
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