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Bobby Bare - The Town That Broke My Heart / My Baby flac album

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Performer: Bobby Bare
Title: The Town That Broke My Heart / My Baby
Country: US
Released: 1968
Style: Country
Category: Folk, Country
Rating: 4.4 ✦
Other format: WAV AUD RA VQF DXD AA MPC

Bare's album, Sings Lullabys, Legends and Lies, became his most commercially successful album, finding him a new audience with pop radio once again playing his songs and also gaining a new following with college kids. These songs, however, would become Bare's last Top 10 hits. Bare later recorded a very successful album with his family, written mainly by Silverstein, called Singin' in the Kitchen. Town That Broke My Heart".

A. The Town That Broke My Heart. Producer – Chet Atkins, Felton JarvisWritten By – Tom Hall. Producer – Chet AtkinsWritten-By – Bobby Bare.

sort by album sort by song. album: ""Detroit City" And Other Hits" (1963). album: "The Travelin' Bare" (1964). Down In Mexico Sittin' And Thinkin' I've Lived A Lot In My Time I'm Gettin' Lonely Long Way To Tennessee Sweeter Than The Flowers I Was Coming Home To You Long Black Limousine Another Bridge To Burn Lonely Town Candy Coated Kisses When I'm Gone. album: "Constant Sorrow" (1965).

Bobby Bare sings The Town That Broke My Heart. Couldn't get some of the words, any ideas? "Mister, I want a room At the top of your hotel I wanna say goodbye To the town I know so well. I wanna ride that elevator To the top I wanna say goodbye To the town that broke my heart. I came here to make it big I made my girl a vow I really made it big alright I'm a big ol' loser now.

Bobby Bare, Robert Joseph Bobby Bare, Sr born April 7, 1935 is an American country music singer and songwriter, best known for the songs Detroit City an.

Bobby Bare has kept up with the times and his style of music changes somewhat as years go by. However, he still maintains his original to the heart laid back style of singing. Even though he has enjoyed many chart successes including the Best Country Song Grammy award for his "Detroit City", none of his songs has ever reached the number one spot until 1972 when he released this very successful album "Lullabys Legends and Lies".

Album · 1973 · 29 Songs. Not only did this 1973 album bring new life to Bobby Bare’s career, but it’s also one of outlaw country’s very best. Bare’s burly baritone delivers the brilliantly quirky songs of Shel Silverstein (the wickedly funny Sure Hit Songwriters Pen, the outrageous ode to Paul Bunyan, Paul ), and he tugs heartstrings with the father-and-son tearjerker Daddy What If.

Tracklist

The Town That Broke My Heart 2:44
My Baby 2:36

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
47-9643 Bobby Bare The Town That Broke My Heart / My Baby ‎(7", Single) RCA Victor 47-9643 US 1968
47-9643 Bobby Bare The Town That Broke My Heart / My Baby ‎(7", Promo) RCA Victor 47-9643 US 1968
47-9643 Bobby Bare The Town That Broke My Heart / My Baby ‎(7", Promo) RCA Victor 47-9643 US 1968
47-9643 Bobby Bare The Town That Broke My Heart / My Baby ‎(7", Single) RCA Victor 47-9643 US 1968