|A1||It's A Long Way To Daytona
Written-By – Mel Tillis
|B1||Always You, Always Me
Written By – P.J. Dennis
|E-47412||Mel Tillis||It's A Long Way To Daytona / Always You, Always Me (7")||Elektra||E-47412||US||1982|
Artists M Mel Tillis It's a Long Way to Daytona. She's Been Doin' That For Years. 5. It's A Long Way To Daytona. 1. Always You. Always Me. 2. Wrong Again. 3. You're The Only Song I Sing Today. 4. Why Ain't Life The Way It's S'Posed To Be. My Woman's Honky Tonkin Me To Death. More Albums by Mel Tillis.
Way To Daytona – Mel Tillis. B1. Always You, Always Me Written By – . It's A Long Always Me. Way To Daytona (7", Promo). You, Label Category Country Year.
Peak chart positions. US Country - Welcome to Mel Tillis Country. Release date: October 1976. Label: MGM Records B ^ "The Arms of a Fool" also peaked at number 14 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.
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These 10 great Mel Tillis songs reveal why the beloved singer-songwriter may actually be an underrated figure in country music history. A broad look at the types of songs interpreted by Tillis requires a mention of this future Engelbert Humperdinck album cut. It revisits the Nashville sound's penchant for love song crooners. 9. "Ain't No California". Tillis' often smooth vocals take a backseat to the sultry bass tones he channels for this late '70s hit that sounds like a weird cross between the Nashville sound and Three Dog Night. It's one of the great hits Tillis originally wrote for Pierce. 6. "Good Woman Blues". This would-be Waylon Jennings hit allowed Tillis to toy with the musical vibes and lyrical themes of his edgier outlaw contemporaries. Tillis' mighty voice almost always suited country music trends.
It's a long, long way to Tipperary But my heart's right there. It's a long, long way to Tipperary But my heart's right there. Molly wrote a neat reply To Irish Paddy O' Saying: "Mike Maloney wants To marry me, and so Leave the Strand and Piccadilly Or you'll be to blame For love has fairly drove me silly Hoping you're the same!" It's a long way to Tipperary It's a long way to go It's a long way to Tipperary To the sweetest girl I know! Goodbye, Piccadilly Farewell, Leicester Square! It's a long, long way to Tipperary But my heart's right there.
Always You is the fourth studio album by singer James Ingram, released in 1993 on Qwest Records. Always You was executively produced by Benny Medina. The album cut, "Someone Like You", reached No. 33 on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart. Producers – Keith Thomas (Tracks 1-4); James Ingram and Thom Bell (Tracks 5-7, 9, 10); Maurice White (Track 8). Executive Producers – James Ingram, Thom Bell, and Benny Medina. Production Coordination – Todd Moore (Tracks 1-4).
It's a Long Way to Daytona. Label: Elektra Records. 38. - After All This Time. The One That Got Away". 37. - "Stay a Little Longer". You'll Come Back (You Always Do)". 31. - Tough Guys Don't Dance (soundtrack). 67. - New Patches (1988).