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The Forester Sisters, Bellamy Brothers - Drive South Album

Performer: The Forester Sisters, Bellamy Brothers
Genre: Folk & Country
Title: Drive South
Country: US
Released: 1990
Label: Warner Bros. Records
Catalog Number: 7-19874
FLAC version ZIP size: 1006 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 2511 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 2299 mb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 222


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CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
7-19874The Forester Sisters With The Bellamy Brothers The Forester Sisters With The Bellamy Brothers - Drive South ‎(7", Single)Warner Bros. Records7-19874US1990
PRO-CD-3996The Forester Sisters, Bellamy Brothers The Forester Sisters, Bellamy Brothers - Drive South ‎(CD, Single, Promo)Warner Bros. RecordsPRO-CD-3996US1990


Drive South with The Bellamy Brothers. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. The Forester Sisters recorded two collaborations with The Bellamy Brothers pictured here in 2013: Too Much Is Not Enough in 1986, and Drive South four years later. The quartet's second album was 1986's Perfume, Ribbons & Pearls. It charted only one single in Lonely Alone, which spent two weeks at the number two position on Hot Country Songs that year. Contributing songwriters to the album included Pam Tillis, Bob McDill, and Walt Aldridge. As with the previous album, Skinner and Wallace stayed on as producers. People published a po. Written by John Hiatt. Released in April 1990 from the album Come Hold Me it reached 60. Drive South is a song written by John Hiatt, and recorded by him on his 1988 album Slow Turning. The song was later recorded by Kelly Willis on her 1990 debut album, Well Travelled Love. Neither versions were released as singles. Drive South. Single by The Forester Sisters with The Bellamy Brothers. from the album Come Hold Me. You Can't Have a Good Time Without Me. Drive South With the Bellamy Brothers. Artist: The Forester Sisters. Album: Favorite Country Duets, Vol. Provided to YouTube by RhinoWarner Records. Drive South Duet with the Bellamy Brothers The Forester Sisters. Come Hold Me. 1990 Warner Records Inc. Writer: John Hiatt Contributor: Paige Levy. Auto-generated by YouTube. Has been played on. Appears On. The Forester Sisters. Warner Bros. Favorite Country Duets, Vol. This Old White Doorway. A Christmas Card 1987. Greatest Gospel Hits. They recorded occasionally during the '90s, cutting the gospel album Sunday Meetin' in 1993 and returning to country with 1996's More Than I Am. Steve Huey. Lookout Mountain, GA. TITLE added to MP3 cart. Drive South With The Bellamy Brothers. The Forester Sisters With The Bellamy Brothers. From the Album Favorite Country DuetsVarious Artists. March 12, 1991. The Forester Sisters are an American country music vocal group consisting of sisters Kathy, June, Kim and Christy Forester. The quartet had commercial success in the 1980s, charting fifteen Top Tens on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart, including the Number Ones I Fell in Love Again Last Night, Just in Case, Mama's Never Seen Those Eyes, Too Much Is Not Enough with The Bellamy Brothers, and You Again. They also released ten albums, counting a Christmas album, for the Warner Bros. Records label. View wiki. The Forester Siste. You'll Be Mine - The Forester Sisters