Ronnie Milsap is the first studio album from country music artist Ronnie Milsap. It was released in 1971 on Warner Bros. Among the tracks on the album is "Please Don't Tell Me How the Story Ends", which he re-recorded in 1974 after he signed a contract with RCA Records and established himself as a hitmaker in country music. The remake went on to be a No. 1 hit on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart. Dedicate the Blues to Me" (Huey P. Meaux) – 3:20. Sunday Rain" (Mark James) – 3:09.
Heart and Soul is the eighteenth studio album by country music artist Ronnie Milsap, released in 1987. The album produced four singles, three of which claimed the top spot on the Billboard country singles chart" "Snap Your Fingers"; "Make No Mistake, She's Mine," a duet with Kenny Rogers; and "Where Do the Nights G. Two other singles, "Old Folks," a duet with Mike Reid; and "Button Off My Shirt" peaked at and respectively on the country charts.
Where My Heart Is was the second studio album of Country music artist Ronnie Milsap. It was released in 1973 under the RCA Nashville label. It was Milsap’s first album to chart, peaking at on country album charts, and was his first to produce singles. The tracks I Hate You and (All Together Now) Let’s Fall Apart both reached the top ten on country charts, and the song That Girl Who Waits on Tables peaked at Where My Heart Is Q&A. More Ronnie Milsap albums. Show all albums by Ronnie Milsap.
Album by Ronnie Milsap. That Girl Who Waits on Tables. I Hate You. You're Stronger Than Me. Branded Man. Where Love Goes When It Dies. Brothers, Strangers and Friends. All Together Now) Let's Fall Apart. Comin' Down With Love. Pass Me By (If You're Only Passing Through). You're Drivin' Me Out of Your Mind.
Ronnie Milsap is the first studio album from country music artist Ronnie Milsap. Among the tracks on the album was "Please Don't Tell Me How the Story Ends," which he re-recorded in 1974 after he signed a contract with RCA Records and established himself as a hitmaker in country music. Greatest Hits, Vol. 2 is the second greatest hits collection by American country music singer Ronnie Milsap. The album was released in 1985 by RCA Records. Two singles were released from the project, "She Keeps the Home Fires Burning" and "Lost in the Fifties Tonight (In the Still of the Night)," both of which reached Number One on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart. Since its release, the album has been certified Platinum by the RIAA for shipments of over 1 million copies. 3 (Ronnie Milsap album).
Where Love Goes When It Dies, 02:38. Brothers, Strangers and Friends, 03:06. All Together Now) Let's Fall Apart, 02:24. Modern Talking You're My Heart, You're My Soul. Donat FM - Зарубежные хиты. Ryan Paris Dolce vita.
Milsap was 61 upon the album's release. The fourth track, "If It's Gonna Rain," was written by songwriter Dean Dillon among others. Dillon is best known for his collaborations with George Strait, who had recorded the song six years prior to Milsap. Rain" is a ballad that centers around lost love, repeating the chorus, "If It's Gonna Rain, Let it pour'" throughout the song. The next track, "Time Keeps Slipping Away" is described as "catchy" by about. The song discusses the fast paced life of 21st century America.
|A1||That Girl That Waits On Tables||2:57|
|A2||I Hate You||2:47|
|A3||You're Stronger Than Me||2:50|
|A5||Where Love Goes When It Dies||2:37|
|B1||Brothers, Strangers And Friends||3:06|
|B2||(All Together Now) Let's Fall Apart||2:24|
|B3||Comin' Down With Love||2:26|
|B4||Pass Me By||2:51|
|B5||You're Drivin' Me Out Of Your Mind||2:35|
NotesAlso released as AHL1-0338
|APL1-0338||Ronnie Milsap||Where My Heart Is (LP)||RCA Victor||APL1-0338||Canada||1973|
|APS1-0338||Ronnie Milsap||Where My Heart Is (8-Trk, Album)||RCA||APS1-0338||US||1973|
|AYL1-3760||Ronnie Milsap||Where My Heart Is (LP, RE)||RCA Victor||AYL1-3760||US||Unknown|
|AYK1-3760||Ronnie Milsap||Where My Heart Is (Cass, Album)||RCA||AYK1-3760||US||Unknown|
|AHL1-0338||Ronnie Milsap||Where My Heart Is (LP, Album, RE)||RCA Victor||AHL1-0338||US||1973|