- Title:Singin' Up A Storm
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Guy Mitchell made a minor comeback in the late '60s recording country music for the Starday label. Although they were marketed to the country audience, Mitchell's Starday recordings aren't very different from the pop remakes of country songs with which he enjoyed great success in the '50s. Between the Nashville sound and the prevalence of crossover country music in the '60s, in a way country music came to Guy Mitchell rather than the other way around. Singin' Up a Storm is his second Starday album and features the minor hit "Frisco Line," one of several. The novelty flavor of Mitchell's early hits is missing, but Singin' Up a Storm is a sturdy effort from a singer whose career took him from country to pop and back again.
The novelty flavor of Mitchell's early hits is missing, but Singin' Up a Storm is a sturdy effort from a singer whose career took him from country to pop and back again.
Guy Mitchell, born Albert George Cernik (February 27, 1927 – July 1, 1999) was an American pop singer, successful in his homeland, the . Missing lyrics by Guy Mitchell? Know any other songs by Guy Mitchell?
Title - Guy Mitchell - Singin' Up A Storm. Side One: Frisco Line, Heartaches By The Number, My Heart Cries For You, If You Could Cry Me My Tears, Just Wish You'd Maybe Change Your Mind. Side Two: It's A New World Every Day, Memory Number One, Get It Over, I Was Born When You Kissed Me, Smokey Blue Eyes. Orginal recordings made in 1968 on this compilation album.
Singin' Up a Storm 20 Greatest Hits The Definitive Guy Mitchell Singing the Blues 18 Greatest Hits Heartaches by the Number The Best of Guy Mitchell Essential Collection Singing the Blues 20 Greatest Hits Singing the Blues One by One. close. Guy Mitchell – Heartaches by the Number.
Playin' Up a Storm is the second studio album by the Gregg Allman Band and was released on the Capricorn Records label. It peaked at number 42 on the . Pop Albums charts in 1977. Playin' Up a Storm was Allman's second solo studio effort, following 1973's Laid Back. It came after the breakup of the Allman Brothers Band in 1976. During this time, Allman had moved to Hollywood to live with his then-wife Cher.
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Written-By – Dexter Shaffer, Bob Davis*
|A2||Heartaches By The Number
Written-By – H. Howard*
|A3||My Heart Cries For You
Written-By – Carl Sigman, Percy Faith
|A4||If You Could Cry Me My Tears
Written-By – Guy Mitchell
|A5||Just Wish You'd Maybe Change Your Mind
Written-By – Chris Gantry
|B1||It's A New World Every Day
Written-By – John L. Fitzmorris*
|B2||Memory Number One
Written-By – Max Powell
|B3||Get It Over
Written-By – Shirl Milete
|B4||I Was Born When You Kissed Me
Written-By – Guy Mitchell, Mac Vickory*
|B5||Smokey Blue Eyes
Written-By – Horton*, Kirkland*, Morgan*, Bryan*
- A&R – Hal Neely, Thomas Wayne
- Photography By, Design [Cover] – Dan Quest Art Studio
- Producer – Don Pierce
Catalogue Numbers: "SLP432" on sleeve, "SLP-432" on labels.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Runout, etched, side 1): SLP-432A
- Matrix / Runout (Runout, etched, side 2): SLP-432B
|SLP 432, S-SLP-432||Guy Mitchell||Singin' Up A Storm (LP, Album)||Starday Records, Starday Records||SLP 432, S-SLP-432||US||1968|
|SLPS 432||Guy Mitchell||Singin' Up A Storm (LP, Album)||Starday Records||SLPS 432||Canada||1968|