|A2||Bouquet Of Roses||2:21|
|A3||I'll Hold You In My Heart||2:30|
|A4||Just A Little Lovin'||2:48|
|B1||What's He Doin' In My World||2:08|
|B2||Make The World Go Away||2:36|
|B3||I Really Don't Want To Know||2:47|
|B4||You Don't Know Me||2:41|
|B5||That's How Much I Love You||2:39|
|ANL1-1078||Eddy Arnold||Pure Gold (LP, Comp)||RCA||ANL1-1078||US||1975|
|ANK1-1078||Eddy Arnold||Pure Gold (Cass, Album, Comp)||RCA||ANK1-1078||US||1975|
|8398-4-R||Eddy Arnold||Pure Gold (Cass, Comp)||BMG Music, RCA Victor||8398-4-R||US||1988|
|58398-2||Eddy Arnold||Pure Gold (CD, Comp, RM)||RCA Camden||58398-2||US||1992|
|ANS1-1078||Eddy Arnold||Pure Gold (8-Trk, Comp)||RCA||ANS1-1078||US||1975|
According to Billboard's "Top 40 Country Hits," Eddy Arnold is THE top country artist of the modern era. During his lengthy career, Arnold placed 92 (!) singles in country's Top Ten. Even so, Arnold today receives short shrift not only from contemporary country fans but also from aficionados of the genre's classic age. Like his contemporaries Marty Robbins and Jim Reeves, Arnold sings too prettily to suit modern tastes, which favor the grittier sounds of Hank Williams S. George Jones, and Willie Nelson.
Pure Gold: Eddy Arnold.
Richard Edward "Eddy" Arnold (May 15, 1918 – May 8, 2008) was an American country music singer who performed for six decades. He was a Nashville sound (country/popular music) innovator of the late 1950s, and scored 147 songs on the Billboard country music charts, second only to George Jones. He sold more than 85 million records
Eddy Arnold, Lonely Again, RCA Victor Records LSP 3753, SEALED, Country. Condition is New. Shipped with USPS Media Mail.