|1||Too Much Of Not Enough Of You|
Songwriter – B. Peters
|2||Here I Am In Dallas||2:35|
|73692||Faron Young|| Here I Am In Dallas (7", Pit)||Mercury||73692||US||1975|
|73692||Faron Young|| Here I Am In Dallas (7", Single)||Mercury||73692||US||1975|
|73692||Faron Young|| Here I Am In Dallas (7", Promo)||Mercury||73692||US||1975|
- Matrix / Runout (A side label): 2-51604
- Matrix / Runout (B side label): 2-51605
- Matrix / Runout (A side runout): 73692 2-51604-CS-A5 s1
- Matrix / Runout (B side runout): 73692 2-51605-CS-B6 s
- Pressing Plant ID (Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Santa Maria): s
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Phonogram, Inc.
- Manufactured By – Phonogram, Inc.
- Distributed By – Phonogram, Inc.
- Published By – Hank Williams, Jr. Music, Inc.
- Published By – Ben Peters Music
- Pressed By – Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Santa Maria
2009 г. Faron Young - Here I am In Dallas I dont own this Young February 25, 1932, near Shreveport, Louisiana December 10, 1996, was an American country music singer, predominantly in the honky tonk genre. Starting off singing at the local Optimist Club, Young was discovered by Webb Pierce, who brought him to star on the Louisiana Hayride radio program on KWKH in 1951. He was drafted into the Army in late 1952, just after he was signed to Capitol Records. Nicknamed The Hillbilly Heartthrob and The Singing Sheriff, he had many hits including: Young Love If You Ain't Lovin' You read more. Here I Am In Dallas. This song is by Faron Young and appears on the album The Best 2 1977 and on the album Walk Tall: The Mercury Hit Singles 1963-1975 2002. Here I am in Dallas where in the hell are youI came here to meet you like I said I'd doHave cowboy hats and pickup trucks made a fool of youHere I am in Dallas where in the hell are you. Said goodbye to all my friends down at Tootsie's barI packed up my old suitcase and I threw it in the carCanceled my subscription to the Music City News. Wayne also has an ear for which tunes to cover - no more evident than on the title track once a Faron Young single, on which he manages to sound at once bewildered, grumpy, and heartbroken. Dallas Wayne makes country music that doesn't just nod to, but seems to inhabit that wonderful time between the late '50s and early '70s. Genuine stuff indeed. In 1952 Faron Young met his future wife Hilda Macon, the daughter of an Army master sergeant and the great-granddaughter of Uncle Dave Macon, while Young was stationed at Fort McPherson. The couple married two years later in November 1954 after Young was discharged from the Army. They had four children, sons Damion, Robyn and Kevin, and a daughter Alana. The Bottle Rockets make a wistful reference to Young in their song Sometimes Found' on their album Brand New Year. Prefab Sprout recorded a country-tinged song called Faron Young on their album Steve McQueen. Here I Am in Dallas. Dallas Wayne. Bouncin' Beer Cans Off the Jukebox, 03:06. Here I Am In Dallas, 02:57. The Stuff Inside, 04:52. Hillbilly Jitters, 02:58. Not a Dry Eye In the House, 03:56. I'm Gonna Break Some Promises Tonight, 02:58. Shadows of My Mind, 03:32. Cheatin' Traces, 02:44. Album 2001 12 Songs. Here I Am In Dallas Dallas Wayne. I Am In Dallas from Faron Young 1975 7inch. And other albums from Faron Young are available on sale at Young - Here's To You ---I do not own the copyright to this music Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is mad. Country Musicians Country Music Singers Country Artists Country Music Videos Country Music Stars Rock And Roll Top 40 Songs Hello Walls Bluegrass Music. I know TheGarretdeas asked me to hear Here I Am In Dallas by Faron, but I found a few copies of said song already on YouTube. Since I try not to duplicat. Faron Young - I Live Just To Love You - 1968 album - Here's Faron Young. Honky Tonk Universal Music Group Falling In Love Youtube Infatuation Youtubers. Email me. In case anyone forgot what country music sounds like, search no further: This is a solid batch of country gold that goes down like an ice-cold mug of Pabst Blue Ribbon. The title cut is a muscular reading of the Faron Young hit, and Wayne's own powerhouses Not a Dry Eye in the House and The Stuff Inside are Gosdin-esque, no-holds-barred white-boy blues. This bad dude with a dangerous tremolo is equally adept at shuffles If These Walls Could Cry, moaners She Lit the Torch, honky-tonk I'm Gonna Break Some Promises Tonight, and cheatin' songs Happy Hour