|A2||Till I Gain Control Again|
|A3||Learning To Live Again|
|A4||Let Him Roll|
|A5||Greasy Grit Gravy|
|A7||Take Me As I Am (Or Let Me Go)|
|B1||New Cut Road|
|B2||Goin' Back To Texas|
|B3||Sleep Tight Goodnight Man|
|B4||Too Many Nights Alone|
|B8||Dropping Out Of Sight|
|FC 38311||Bobby Bare||Biggest Hits (LP, Comp)||Columbia||FC 38311||US||1982|
|CK 38311||Bobby Bare||Biggest Hits (CD, Comp)||Columbia||CK 38311||US||1987|
|SBP237847||Bobby Bare||Biggest Hits (LP, Comp)||Columbia||SBP237847||Australia||1982|
|FCT 38311||Bobby Bare||Biggest Hits (Cass, Comp)||Columbia||FCT 38311||Canada||1982|
|6CT 38311||Bobby Bare||Biggest Hits (Cass, Comp)||Columbia||6CT 38311||US||1982|
Album · 2007 · 15 Songs. The Number 1 Country Collection: 16 Number One Country Favourites (Rerecorded Version). Johnny Russell: All-Time Greatest Hits. Let's Think About Living: The Best of Bob Luman.
Album · 2007 · 15 Songs.
Bare's album, Sings Lullabys, Legends and Lies, became his most commercially successful album, finding him a new audience with pop radio once again playing his songs and also gaining a new following with college kids. These songs, however, would become Bare's last Top 10 hits. Bare later recorded a very successful album with his family, written mainly by Silverstein, called Singin' in the Kitchen. It was nominated in Best Group category in Grammy Awards, but was declined by Bare himself. He continued to record critically acclaimed albums and singles. His biggest hits during this time included "Alimony" (1975), "The Winner" (1976), and "Drop Kick Me, Jesus (Through The Goalposts Of Life)" (an unusual Christian-football waltz, and a 1976 Grammy nominee).
Bobby Bare - Bottles And Boxes. by AVA 5 years ago 457 Views. Bobby Bare with Norm Jean & Liz Anderson - The Games Of Triangles (Karaoke). by ava3 4 months ago 15 Views. Bobby Bare - Marie Laveau (Karaoke). by ava3 4 months ago 24 Views. Bobby Bare J. NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert. by admin 4 years ago 125 Views. Marie Laveau in the style of Bobby Bare Karaoke with Lyrics. by admin 3 years ago 66 Views. Bobby Bare - Miller's Cave (Karaoke). by ava3 2 years ago 134 Views.
Bobby Bare: 16 Biggest Hits Audio CD. Bobby Bare. I first heard of Bobby Bare when his song "Detroit City" was enjoying very frequent airplay way back in 1960. I bought the album "500 Miles Away From Home" and practically wore it out playing it and have become a fan of Bobby Bare since. Bobby Bare has kept up with the times and his style of music changes somewhat as years go by. However, he still maintains his original to the heart laid back style of singing.
Although Bare had recorded a song or two of Shel's before, this was the first time that he devoted a full album to his material. It was also the biggest album of his career, spending 30 weeks on the Billboard country charts (where it peaked at number five), with a number one hit in "Marie Laveau" and a number two single in "Daddy What I.