Connie Smith - A Far Cry From You mp3 album
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Cry, Cry, Cry" is a single by American country music artist Connie Smith. Released in September 1968, the song reached on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart. The single was later released on Smith's 1968 album entitled Connie in the Country. A Far Cry from You" is a song written by Steve Earle that was released as a single by American country artist Conni. mage: Connie Smith A Far Cry from You.
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She began singing at local events, graduating to the cast of a regional TV program, Saturday Night Jamboree, on WSAZ in Huntington, West Virginia. In August of 1963, Smith won a talent contest in Columbus, Ohio, earning a performing spot that evening in a concert featuring members of the Grand Ole Opry. During the concert, headliner Bill Anderson noticed Smith’s talent. The album affirmed why traditional country music is such a potent expression of basic human feelings-and why Connie Smith is one of its greatest communicators. Connie Smith’s high standing in the country music world was acknowledged when she became the first woman to be named artist in residence by the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. Cry, Cry, Cry. Burning a Hole in My Mind.
Connie Smith is the thirty second studio album by American country music artist, Connie Smith. The album was released October 6, 1998 on Warner Bros. Records and was produced by Marty Stuart and Justin Niebank. Connie Smith was recorded in Nashville, Tennessee and contained ten tracks of previously unrecorded material. Nine out of the ten tracks on the album were co-written by Connie Smith, who had previously never written an entire album. The opening track, "How Long" was co-written with Marty Stuart and Harlan Howard.
Miss Smith Goes to Nashville. Connie Smith (born Constance June Meador 14 August 1941, in Elkhart, Indiana) is an American country music singer. She is best known for her 1964 hit song "Once a Day", which spent 8 weeks at No. 1 on Billboard's Country music charts, the longest of any female country music artist in history. This was Smith's only single to reach the No. 1 spot on the Billboard charts.
Considering that this album is her first in four years and only her second in 20, there were no stakes other than her own expectations. Her husband, Marty Stuart, and Justin Neibank were enlisted as co-producers. Neibank, who also produced Stuart, is one of the finest engineers and sound-mix technicians in the business, having worked on 25 Top Ten records in one capacity or another.
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|34-05414||Connie Smith||A Far Cry From You (7")||Epic||34-05414||US||1985|
|34-05414||Connie Smith||A Far Cry From You (7", Single, Promo)||Epic||34-05414||US||1985|