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Wild & Blue , John Anderson , 1982 Vinyl
 
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Written by John Scott Sherrill, and recorded by John Anderson. It was released in September 1982 as the first single and title track from the album "Wild & Blue". The song was John Anderson's eleventh country hit and the first of five number 1's on the country chart. The single went to # 1 for two weeks and spent a total of eleven weeks within the top 40.
Views: 628082 Wicker Bill
Should I Come Home Or Should I Go Crazy , Gene Watson , 1979 Vinyl
 
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Written by Joe Allen, and recorded by Gene Watson. It was released in 1979 as the first single from the album "Should I Come Home". The song reached #3 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.
Views: 195330 Wicker Bill
It Couldn't Have Been Any Better , Johnny Duncan , 1977 Vinyl
 
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Written by Ray Griff, and recorded by Johnny Duncan. One of several Duncan singles to feature Janie Fricke on harmony vocals, "It Couldn't Have Been Any Better" was his second #1 song to top the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart, doing so in April 1977. The single spent 11 weeks in the top 40.
Views: 193697 Wicker Bill
What's He Doing In My World , Eddy Arnold , 1965
 
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Written by Carl Belew, Billy Joe Moore & Eddie Bush. Released in1965 from the album "My World", it reached # 1.
Views: 73065 Wicker Bill
Honky Tonkin' , Hank Williams , 1948 Vinyl
 
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Written and recorded by Hank Williams. The song went to # 14 on the 1948 Billboard country music charts.
Views: 102707 Wicker Bill
She Can Put Her Shoes Under My Bed (Anytime ) , Johnny Duncan , 1978 Vinyl
 
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Written by Aaron Schroeder & Bob Halley, and recorded by Johnny Duncan. It was released in February 1978 as the first single from the album "The Best Is Yet to Come". "She Can Put Her Shoes Under My Bed (Anytime)" would be the third and final #1 on the country chart for Johnny Duncan. The single spent a total of ten weeks on the country chart.
Views: 89121 Wicker Bill
Don't The Girls All Get Prettier At Closing Time , Mickey Gilley , 1976 Vinyl
 
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Written by Baker Knight and recorded by Mickey Gilley. It was released in January 1976 as the first single from the album "Gilley's Smokin". The song became Gilley's fifth # 1 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart. The song had a 12-week stay in the country chart's top 40.
Views: 134613 Wicker Bill
Green Green Grass Of Home , Porter Wagoner , 1965 Vinyl
 
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Written by Claude "Curly" Putman, Jr. and recorded and originally made popular by Porter Wagoner in 1965, when it reached # 4 on the country chart.
Views: 63263 Wicker Bill
Never Be You , Rosanne Cash , 1985 Vinyl
 
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Written by Tom Petty & Benmont Tench, and recorded by Rosanne Cash. It was released in September 1985 as the second single from the album "Rhythm & Romance". "Never Be You" was Rosanne Cash's fifth #1 on the country chart. The single spent a total of 16 weeks on the chart.
Views: 58547 Wicker Bill
Six White Horses , Tommy Cash , 1969 Vinyl
 
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Written by Larry Murray and recorded by Tommy Cash. Released as a single from the album "Six White Horses" in 1969. It reached #4 on the Billboard country charts and #79 on the Billboard Hot 100. It made it all the way to #1 on RPM Magazine's Canadian country chart. The "six white horses" refer to a funeral procession, specifically those belonging to John F. Kennedy, Robert Kennedy and Martin Luther King. As a result, the song has been called a country version of "Abraham, Martin and John", Dion's famous elegy to the Kennedys and King (and Abraham Lincoln), which also came out in 1969.
Views: 65700 Wicker Bill
It's A Cheatin' Situation , Moe Bandy & Janie Fricke , 1979 Vinyl
 
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Released in January 1979, it was the first single from his album "It's a Cheating Situation". The song peaked at # 2 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart It also reached # 1 on the RPM Country Tracks chart in Canada.
Views: 66558 Wicker Bill
All The Gold In California , Larry Gatlin & The Gatlin Brothers Band , 1979 Vinyl
 
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Written by Larry Gatlin and recorded by Larry Gatlin & the Gatlin Brothers Band. It was released in August 1979 as the first single from the album "Straight Ahead". "All the Gold in California" became the first of two # 1 singles for Larry Gatlin & the Gatlin Brothers Band. The single stayed at # 1 for two weeks and spent a total of ten weeks on the chart.
Views: 42215 Wicker Bill
Dixie Road , Lee Greenwood , 1985 Vinyl 45RPM
 
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Written by Don Goodman, Pam Rose & Mary Ann Kennedy, and recorded by Lee Greenwood. It was released in March 1985 as the first single from his "Greatest Hits" album. "Dixie Road" was Lee Greenwood's third # 1 on the country chart. The single spent a total of fourteen weeks on the country chart.
Views: 44968 Wicker Bill
It Ain't Easy Being Easy , Janie Frickie , 1982 Vinyl
 
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Written by Mark Gray, Les Taylor & Shawna Harrington-Burkhart and recorded by Janie Fricke. It was released in August 1982 as the first single from the album "It Ain't Easy". "It Ain't Easy Bein' Easy" was Janie Fricke's second #1 on the country chart as a solo artist. The single spent a total of thirteen weeks on the country chart.
Views: 56540 Wicker Bill
Invisible Tears , Ned Miller , 1964 Vinyl
 
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Written and recorded by Ned Miller. Released as a single in 1964 from the album, "The Best". It reached #13 on the country charts.
Views: 36782 Wicker Bill
Hello Vietnam , Johnny Wright , 1965 Vinyl
 
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Written by Tom T. Hall and recorded by Johnnie Wright. It spent twenty weeks on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Singles chart with three weeks at # 1. The single, with backing vocals from Wright's wife, Kitty Wells, was Wright's most successful release on the U.S. country music chart as a solo singer. His singing partner from Johnnie and Jack, Jack Anglin, was killed in a car accident in March 1963. The song came at a time when war protest songs dominated pop music charts and when public support for the war eroded.
Views: 56181 Wicker Bill
Groovy Grubworm , Harlow Wilcox & The Oakies , 1969 Vinyl 45RPM
 
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Written by Harlow Wilcox and B. Warren, recorded by harold Wilcox & The Oakies. Released as a single in 1969 from the album "Groovy Grubworm and Other Golden Guitar Greats",it reached #42 on Hot Country Singles, #30 on Hot 100, #1 on the RPM Country Tracks chart and #20 Canadian RPM Top Singles.
Views: 21593 Wicker Bill
I Just Wish You Were Someone I Love , Larry Gatlin , 1977 Vinyl
 
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Written and recorded by Larry Gatlin. It was released in November 1977 as the fourth single from the album "Love Is Just a Game". "I Just Wish You Were Someone I Love" was Gatlin's sixth and most successful single on the country chart. The single went to #1 on the country chart, and spent a total of eleven weeks on the country chart.
Views: 34221 Wicker Bill
I Care , Tom T. Hall , 1975 Vinyl
 
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Written and recorded by Tom T. Hall. It was released in December 1974 as the only single from the album, "Songs of Fox Hollow". "I Care" was Hall's seventh #1 on the U.S. country singles chart. The single remained on the chart for a total of ten weeks.
Views: 23083 Wicker Bill
Jose Cuervo , Shelly West , 1983 Vinyl 45RPM
 
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Written by Cindy Jordan and recorded by Shelly West, released as a single in February 1983. It hit # 1 on the Country charts and was West's second # 1 since 1981's duet with David Frizzell, "You're the Reason God Made Oklahoma". The song provided a sales boost for the Jose Cuervo tequila company and brought even more success to West. The song was released on her first solo album, "West by West".
Views: 253531 Wicker Bill
Dream On , Oak Ridge Boys , 1979
 
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Written by Dennis Lambert & Brian Potter, and recorded by The Oak Ridge Boys. Released in August 1979 as a single from the album "The Oak Ridge Boys Have Arrived", it reached #7 in the U.S. and #1 in Canada on country charts. It is the only single to feature bass singer Richard Sterban on lead vocals.
Views: 20918 Wicker Bill
We Must Have Been Out Of Our Minds , George Jones & Melba Montgomery , 1963
 
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Written by Melba Montgomery and recorded as a duet by George Jones and Melba Montgomery. Released in 1963, it reached #3.
Views: 43073 Wicker Bill
Little Arrows , Leapy Lee , 1968
 
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Written by Albert Hammond & Mike Hazlewood. Released 1968 from the album "Little Arrows". it reached #11 U.S, #1 Canada, #16 Hot 100.
Views: 32614 Wicker Bill
A Satisfied Mind , Porter Wagoner , 1955 Vinyl
 
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Written by Joe "Red" Hayes & Jack Rhodes recorded by Porter Wagoner. The song has been covered by a variety of well-known artists. Porter's version was a #1 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs list in 1955.
Views: 24779 Wicker Bill
Someday Soon , Ian & Sylvia Tyson , 1964
 
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Written by Ian Tyson. From the 1964 album "Northern Journey".
Views: 45472 Wicker Bill
Trouble's Back In Town , Wilburn Brothers , 1962 Vinyl
 
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Written by Dick Flood and recorded by the Wilburn Brothers. Released as the first single from the album "Trouble's Back in Town". The single reached #4 in 1962.
Views: 23739 Wicker Bill
One Has My Name (The Other Has My Heart) , Jerry Lee Lewis , 1969 Vinyl
 
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Written by Eddie Dean and recorded by Jerry Lee Lewis. Released as a single in 1969 from the album "Sings The Country Music Hall Of Fame Hits Vol. 2" The song reached # 3 on the US country chart and # 1 RPM Country Tracks.
Views: 29215 Wicker Bill
Would You Catch A Falling Star , John Anderson , 1982 Vinyl 45RPM
 
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Written by Bobby Braddock, and recorded by John Anderson. It was released in 1982 as the second single from the album " I Just Came Home to Count the Memories". The song reached # 6 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.
Views: 40646 Wicker Bill
Legend Of Bonnie & Clyde , Merle Haggard , 1968 Vinyl
 
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Written by Merle Haggard & Bonnie Owens, The title track to the 1968 album that became Haggard's third consecutive #1 country single, but it was its B-side, "I Started Loving You Again", that became a standard and his most covered song.
Views: 23091 Wicker Bill
Texas When I Die , Tanya Tucker , 1978 Vinyl
 
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Written by Ed Bruce, Patsy Bruce, Bobby Borchers and recorded by Tanya Tucker. Released in 1978, it was the first single from her album "TNT". Tucker's version reached # 5 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart.
Views: 75548 Wicker Bill
Cigarettes And Coffee Blues , Lefty Frizzell , 1958 Vinyl
 
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Written By Marty Robbins and recorded by Lefty Frizzell. "Cigarettes and Coffee Blues" was released as a single only and reached # 13.
Views: 18061 Wicker Bill
My Uncle Used To Love Me But She Died , Roger Miller , 1966 Vinyl
 
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Written and recorded by Roger Miller and released in 1966 as a single from the fourth studio album "Words and Music" it reached # 39.
Views: 20813 Wicker Bill
Good Woman Blues , Mel Tillis , 1976
 
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Written by Ken McDuffie. Released in September 1976 from the album "Love Revival". it reached #1
Views: 22671 Wicker Bill
Ribbon Of Darkness , Marty Robbins , 1965 vinyl
 
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Written by Gordon Lightfoot and recorded by Marty Robbins. Released March 22, 1965 as a single, the song was Robbins' eleventh #1 on the U.S. country singles chart, where it would spend a total of nineteen weeks on the chart.
Views: 17155 Wicker Bill
Sail Away , Oak Ridge Boys , 1979 Vinyl 45RPM
 
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Written by Rafe VanHoy, and recorded by The Oak Ridge Boys. Released as a single in April 1979 from the album "The Oak Ridge Boys Have Arrived", it reached #2 US, #1 Canada in June 1979.
Views: 43578 Wicker Bill
Brown Eyed Girl , Jimmy Buffett , 1983
 
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Written by Van Morrison. Released as a single in 1983 from the album "One Particular Harbour", it reached #13 on the AC Chart.
Views: 71940 Wicker Bill
Pure Love , Ronnie Milsap , 1974 Vinyl
 
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Written by Eddie Rabbit and recorded by Ronnie Milsap. It was released in March 1974 as the first single and title track from the album "Pure Love". The song became Milsap's first # 1 hit on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart in the late spring of the year. Although Milsap had two previous top 15 hits "Pure Love" is largely credited as being his career-breaking hit.
Views: 31588 Wicker Bill
Promised Land , Freddy Weller , 1972 Vinyl
 
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Written by Chuck Berry and recorded by Freddy Weller. In 1972 Freddy Weller released a version on an album "The Promised Land" . It was a #3 country hit. Sharing the melody of "Wabash Cannonball", the song about a "poor boy," on a Greyhound bus was covered many times.
Views: 17324 Wicker Bill
Mona Lisa Lost Her Smile , David Allan Coe , 1984
 
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Written by Johnny Cunningham and recorded by David Allan Coe. Released as a single from the 1984 album "Just Divorced", it reached #2 U.S. and #1 Canada.
Views: 11263 Wicker Bill
Burning Memories , Ray Price , 1964
 
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Written by Mel Tillis & Wayne Walker. Released in 1964 from the album "Burning Memories", it reached #2.
Views: 16850 Wicker Bill
Don't Let Me Cross Over , Carl & Pearl Butler , 1962 Vinyl
 
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Description Made famous as a duet by Carl Butler and Pearl, a husband-and-wife country music duo. Originally released in November 1962, the song needed just four weeks to reach the # 1 spot on the Billboard Country Singles chart. It eventually spent 11 (non-consecutive) weeks at #1 and has become a country-music standard. With its 11-week reign, "Don't Let Me Cross Over" was the longest-running # 1 song for a performer's debut single on the Hot Country Singles chart until being matched in May 2013 by Florida Georgia Line's "Cruise."
Views: 18241 Wicker Bill
The Door Is Always Open , Dave & Sugar , 1976 Vinyl
 
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Written by Dickey Lee and Bob McDill and recorded by Dave & Sugar and included on the 1975 album "Dave And Sugar". Released as a single in 1976. That July, the song became the group's first # 1 hit on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart.
Views: 15747 Wicker Bill
Rollin' With The Flow , Charlie Rich , 1977 Vinyl
 
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Released as a single in 1977, it was his eighth # 1 on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Singles charts and also crossed over into the top-40 of the adult contemporary music charts as well.
Views: 34199 Wicker Bill
Pick The Wildwood Flower , Gene Watson , 1979 Vinyl
 
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Written by Joe Allen and recorded by Gene Watson. It was released in June 1979 as the third single from the album "Reflections". "Pick the Wildwood Flower" reached #5 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.
Views: 16111 Wicker Bill
Do Wacka Do , Roger Miller , 1964
 
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Written and recorded by Roger Miller. Released in November 1964 from the album "The Return of Roger Miller", it reached #15 on Country Charts and #31 on Hot 100.
Views: 8495 Wicker Bill
Someday Soon , Moe Bandy , 1982 Vinyl
 
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Written by Ian Tyson and recorded by Moe Bandy. Bandy covered the song on his 1981 album "Rodeo Romeo" for Columbia Records. It was the second and final single, released in 1982, from that album. This version entered the country music charts in the U.S. and Canada, respectively reaching #21 and #36.
Views: 18268 Wicker Bill
There Won't Be Anymore , Charlie Rich , 1974 Vinyl
 
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Written and recorded by Charlie Rich. It was released as a single in 1974 (Although the material was recorded much earlier in the late '60s for RCA) from the album "There Won't Be Anymore", reaching #1 on the country charts and #18 pop charts.
Views: 15962 Wicker Bill
Shake A Snake , Pinkard & Bowden , 1984
 
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Written by Shirl Milete and recorded by Pinkard And Bowden. Released in September 1984 as a b-side from the album "Writers in Disguise".
Views: 9574 Wicker Bill
Roll In My Sweet Baby's Arms , Hank Wilson , 1973 Vinyl
 
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Written by Lester Flatt and recorded by Hank Wilson aka Leon Russell. Released as a single in 1973 from the album "Hank Wilson's Back", it reached #57 country.
Views: 22176 Wicker Bill
Rednecks , White socks & Blue Ribbon Beer , Johnny Russell , 1973 Vinyl
 
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Written by Bob McDill and Wayland Holyfield, and recorded by Johnny Russell. It was released in July 1973 as the first single from his album "Rednecks, White Socks and Blue Ribbon Beer". The song peaked at # 4 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart. It also reached # 1 on the RPM Country Tracks chart in Canada.
Views: 15073 Wicker Bill