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Complete your Charley Pride collection. Charley Pride – Country Classics. Genre: Folk, World, & Country.
Charley Frank Pride (born March 18, 1938) is an American country music singer, musician/guitarist, recording artist, performer, and business owner. His greatest musical success came in the early-to-mid 1970s when he became the best-selling performer for RCA Records since Elvis Presley. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "Country Classics Album.
This release of his first two albums from 1966 and 1967 is therefore immensely welcome. A few months back, in the British magazine Country Music People, someone asked why RCA now Sony did not do a complete albums set for Waylon Jennings and Charley Pride, just as has been done for Johnny Cash and John Denver.
Charley Pride - Country Charley Pride/The Country Way/Pride Of Country Music/Make Mine Country. Country Music's first African-American superstar, Charley Pride, has sold tens of millions of records worldwide. Pride's ground-breaking first two albums are reissued on CD for the first time ever in this single disc collection. All 24 classic recordings, including Charley's first two Top-10 hits and several covers of hits by other artists, have been newly remastered from original source tapes.
Week Four: Charley Pride, Charley Pride Sings Heart Songs. What can you say about a man who both shattered race boundaries at the height of racial tensions and delivered timeless country music? Quite a bit. Charley Pride didn't simply ascend to the height of country music stardom. He did it in the face of racist record execs and after already being called a "washed up" athlete. But let's focus specifically on Charley Pride's amazing work on his 1971 album, Charley Pride Sings Heart Songs. Why Charley Pride Sings Heart Songs Is Important: Pride spent years working through minor league and semi-pro baseball circuits. At one point, Pride and a teammate went to another team in exchange for a team bus. He spent two years in the military before eventually playing baseball in Montana. While there, the team manager had him perform for 15 minutes before every game to attract fans.
|1||More and More Merle Kilgore / Webb Pierce||Charley Pride|
|2||In the Jailhouse Now Jimmie Rodgers||Charley Pride|
|3||Burning Bridges||Charley Pride|
|4||Tennessee Saturday Night||Charley Pride|
|5||Radio Heroes||Charley Pride|
|7||That's How Much I Love You||Charley Pride|
|8||Filipino Baby||Charley Pride|
|9||Why Baby Why Darrell Edwards / George Jones||Charley Pride|
|10||Up to My Heart in Memories||Charley Pride|
CreditsDarrell Edwards - Composer
George Jones - Composer
Merle Kilgore - Composer
Webb Pierce - Composer
Charley Pride - Primary Artist
Jimmie Rodgers - Composer