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Don Gibson
The Best Of The Hickory Records Years (1970-1978)

Don Gibson - The Best Of The Hickory Records Years (1970-1978)

In 1970, when Don Gibson signed to Hickory Records, he was already a weathered music industry veteran, successful songwriter and performer. His second album for the label yielded two Top Twenty singles. All totaled up, Don’s Hickory years got him back in the game, sending 38 singles onto the US Country Charts (nine albums charted as well), landing 22 in the Top Ten and one hitting the top spot, “Woman (Sensuous Woman).” Omnivore has collected 20 of those US Country Chart hits here on The Best Of The Hickory Years and added five other key tracks to make this the most comprehensive overview of Don Gibson’s Hickory Recordings.

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"Don’t Take All Your Loving"

TRACK LISTING

  1. 1. Games People Play
  2. 2. Don’t Take All Your Loving
  3. 3. Pretending Everyday
  4. 4. A Perfect Mountain
  5. 5. Guess Away The Blues
  6. 6. Having Second Thoughts
  7. 7. (I Heard That) Lonesome Whistle
  8. 8. Country Green
  9. 9. Far Far Away
  10. 10. Woman (Sensuous Woman)
  11. 11. Is This The Best I’m Gonna Feel
  12. 12. If You’re Goin’ Girl
  13. 13. Touch The Morning
  14. 14. Snap Your Fingers
  15. 15. One Day At A Time
  16. 16. Bring Back Your Love To Me
  17. 17. I’ll Sing For You
  18. 18. There She Goes (I Wish Her Well)
  19. 19. What’s Happened To Me
  20. 20. Praying Hands
  21. 21. I’m All Wrapped Up In You
  22. 22. If You Ever Get To Houston (Look Me Down)
  23. 23. Starting All Over Again
  24. 24. The Fool
  25. 25. Any Day Now