Cymarron - Right Can Be So Wrong mp3 album
Rings: The Very Best of Cymarron. Other albums by Cymarron. Rings: The Very Best of Cymarron spotlights 16 tracks originally recorded for Enterprise in the '70s including "Table for Two for One," "Right Can Be So Wrong," "How Can You Mend a Broken Heart?" and their biggest hit "Rings. Listeners who only want the track "Rings" should be on the lookout for any number of various-artists compilations that pop up in the bargain bins. 14 Right Can Be So Wrong Cymarron 3:6. 15 Keep Me Warm Cymarron 2:1. 16 Start Again Cymarron 3:7.
Right Can Be So Wrong. Cymarron was comprised of three very successful songwriters from Memphis, Tennessee in 1971. Although their band career only lasted two years, they debuted with a remarkably catchy love song called, "Rings", which has been covered a few times. It was a big hit the summer of 1971. This was followed by three more singles, but none reached the Top 20 status of "Rings". The sound is a mix of "Crosby, Stills and Nash" and "America", with its folksy rock rhythm and beat
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Cymarron was an American soft rock band from the 1970s, most famous for their song "Rings" - a number 17 hit in 1971. Rings" was also the first single release on Columbia's Entrance label. Cymarron was composed of Rick Yancey, Sherrill Parks, and Richard Mainegra. They named their group after Ci. ore . Year: 1999. Right Can Be So Wrong.
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Written By – R. Mainegra
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- Published By – Press Music Co., Inc.
- Produced At – American Studios, Nashville
- Distributed By – CBS Records
- Distributed By – CBS Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – CBS Inc.
- Pressed By – Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Terre Haute
- Producer – Chips Moman
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