|A1||Blue Side Of Town
Backing Vocals – Patty LovelessWritten-By – Hank DeVito, Paul Kennerley
|A2||I Won't Gamble With Your Love
Backing Vocals – Patty Loveless, Vince GillWritten-By – Gary Scruggs, Kevin Welch
Backing Vocals – Claire Lynch, Harry StinsonWritten-By – Patty Loveless, Roger Murrah
|A4||If You Think
Written-By – Kostas
Backing Vocals – Harry Stinson, Vince GillWritten-By – Bud Reneau, Hal Bynum
|B1||Don't Toss Us Away
Backing Vocals – Rodney CrowellWritten-By – Bryan MacLean
|B2||The Lonely Side Of Love
Backing Vocals – Claire Lynch, Vince GillWritten-By – Kostas
|B3||I'll Never Grow Tired Of You
Backing Vocals – Claire Lynch, Vince GillWritten-By – Carter Stanley
|B4||Timber, I'm Falling In Love
Backing Vocals – Vince GillWritten-By – Kostas
|B5||I'm On Your Side
Written-By – Jimbeau Hinson, Kim Tribble
|MCA-42223||Patty Loveless||Honky Tonk Angel (LP)||MCA Records||MCA-42223||Canada||1988|
|MCAD-42223||Patty Loveless||Honky Tonk Angel (CD, Album, Club)||MCA Records||MCAD-42223||US||1988|
|MCAC 42223||Patty Loveless||Honky Tonk Angel (Cass, Album)||MCA Records||MCAC 42223||US||1988|
|MCAD-42223||Patty Loveless||Honky Tonk Angel (CD, Album)||MCA Records||MCAD-42223||US||1988|
|MCAC-42223||Patty Loveless||Honky Tonk Angel (Cass, Album, Dol)||MCA Records||MCAC-42223||Canada||1988|
Honky Tonk Angel is the third album recorded by country music artist Patty Loveless. With five tracks from the album charting in the Billboard Top Ten Country Singles, including two at it served as a breakthrough album for Loveless. The album itself was Loveless' highest charting at on the Country Albums category. The two singles were "Chains" and "Timber, I'm Falling in Love".
But this was the album that established Loveless as a major presence, and it includes two of her biggest singles - "Chains," "Timber I'm Falling in Love" - and two of her best - "Blue Side of Town" and "Don't Toss Us Away," a duet with Rodney Crowell.
Honky Tonk Angel is the third album recorded by country music artist Patty Loveless. Honky Tonk Angel is the 1972 debut solo album by Ellen McIlwaine, following her departure from Fear Itself. The first side of the album contains songs that were recorded live at The Bitter End in New York City while side two of the record is made up of studio recordings. The album was re-released on CD in 1993 along with McIlwaine's 1973 album We the People as Up From the Skies: The Polydor Years.
Complete your Patty Loveless collection. This was Patty's third album, released on October 1, 1988. If My Heart Had Windows" was released on January 25, 1988. Reply Notify me Helpful. With five tracks from the album charting in the Billboard Top Ten Country Singles, including two at it served as a breakthrough album for Loveless; the album itself was Loveless' highest charting at on the Country Albums category. Patty Loveless is an American country music singer. Since her emergence on the country music scene in late 1986 with her first album, Loveless has been one of the most popular female singers of neotraditional country. She has also recorde. oveless signing a shirt at the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in July 2004. Blue Side of Town" is a song written by Paul Kennerley and Hank DeVito, and recorded by American country music artist Patty Loveless.
Must-hear albums released by Patty Loveless and George Strait in 1988 turn 30 this year. Cut to the chase: 1988 was one of the greatest years for country music albums in the genre’s history. One way to listen to Dwight Yoakam’s third album is as a pair of EPs, each with its own loose theme. The first side moves from the we’ove I Got You, passes through a variety of suspicions and deceptions, then concludes with the toxic, murderous acts of the title track. Strait’s ninth album pinballs from honky-tonk to hard-as-rock western swing to jazzy lounge crooning to pure pop balladry. Or, put another way, from the title track, a twangy hardcore cover of a randy country classic, to weepy softshell country-pop like Famous Last Words of a Fool.