9 thoughts on “ Who Can I Count On - Sammy Masters - Who Can I Count On (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Everybody Digs Sammy Masters on Discogs. Label: Dionysus Records - ID • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • .
  2. referencing Everybody Digs Sammy Masters, LP, Album, ID The groundbreaking return of '50s Rockabilly legend, responsible for songs like "Pink Cadillac" and "Some Like It Hot!" This new recording has Sammy returning to his roots with an all-star line up .
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  4. "Who Can I Count On" (Sammy Masters) - "You Took Him Off My Hands" (Howard, Skeets McDonald, Wynn Stewart) - "Your Kinda Love" (Roy Drusky) - "Does Your Heart Beat for Me" (Arnold Johnson, Russ Morgan, Mitchell Parish) - YOU ARE BIDDING / PURCHASING ITEM IN THE TITLE. ORIGINAL VINYL LPSeller Rating: % positive.
  5. Sammy Masters: Everybody Digs Sammy Masters (CD) (/Dionysus) 11 tracks - New Album of Rockabilly and authentic Country, featuring Deke Dickerson and Ray Campi! Article properties: Sammy Masters: Everybody Digs Sammy Masters (CD).
  6. Hip-O Select's double-disc set Sweet Dreams: The Complete Decca Masters () gathers all of the 51 master takes Patsy Cline recorded with Owen Bradley after she left 4 Star Records for Decca in , running right until her tragic death in This is the first time all these master takes have been issued in a complete set, which is hard to believe because they form the core of Price: $
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Crazy / Who Can I Count On on Discogs. Label: Decca - • Format: Vinyl 7. Label: Decca - • Format: Vinyl 7 Who Can I Count On Written-By – Sammy Masters: Companies, etc/5(18).
  8. In Masters befriended singer/songwriter Willie Nelson, and when Cline agreed to cut Nelson's "Crazy," she also agreed to cover Masters' "Who Can I Count On?" as the B-side. "Crazy" went on to sell five million copies, and "Who Can I Count On?" enjoyed the spoils of its massive success, with singers spanning from Bobby Darin to Wayne Newton recording their own renditions.
  9. Background. A Portrait contained Patsy Cline's less-familiar recordings, including country and pop standards. The album's highlights includes her cover versions of "Faded Love" and "Blue Moon of Kentucky". A Portrait of Patsy Cline would be one of a string of posthumous released Decca and later MCA records would release. It was released a little over a year after Cline was killed in a plane crash.

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