|1||Everybody's Had The Blues|
Written-By – Merle Haggard
Written-By – Mark James
Written-By – Bill Anderson
|4||We Had It All|
Written-By – Donnie Fritts, Troy Seals
|5||You're My Man Again|
Written-By – Burt Holiday, Sidro Garcia
|6||You Are The Sunshine Of My Life|
Written-By – Stevie Wonder
|7||Must I Believe|
Written-By – Eddie Polo
Written-By – Paul McCartney-Linda McCartney
Written-By – Shel Silverstein
|10||Something For A Rainy Day|
Written-By – Ronal McCown
Written-By – Kris Kristofferson
|MCA-373||Brenda Lee||New Sunrise (LP, Album, Pin)||MCA Records||MCA-373||US||1973|
|MCA-322, MAPS 7150||Brenda Lee||New Sunrise (LP, Album)||MCA Records, MCA Records||MCA-322, MAPS 7150||Germany||1973|
|MCF 2527, 0C 062 ◦ 95098, MAPS 7150||Brenda Lee||New Sunrise (LP, Album)||MCA Records, MCA Records, MCA Records||MCF 2527, 0C 062 ◦ 95098, MAPS 7150||UK||1974|
|8X-MCF2527, 0C 346 ○ 95098||Brenda Lee||New Sunrise (8-Trk, Album)||MCA Records, MCA Records||8X-MCF2527, 0C 346 ○ 95098||UK||1974|
|MAPS-7150||Brenda Lee||New Sunrise (LP)||MCA Records||MAPS-7150||Australia||1973|
- Engineer [Uncredited] – Jim Williamson
- Lacquer Cut By – DWJ
- Liner Notes – LaWayne Satterfield
- Photography By – Dennis Carney
- Producer [Uncredited] – Owen Bradley
MCA Pressing Plant, Gloversville press denoted by ⧈-G-⧈ stamp in runouts.
- Matrix / Runout: MCA-373 A DWJ ⧈-G-⧈
- Matrix / Runout: MCA-373 B DWJ ⧈-G-⧈
- Rights Society (A1, A2, A4 to B5): BMI
- Rights Society (A3): ASCAP
- Copyright (c) – MCA Records, Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – MCA Records, Inc.
- Mastered At – MCA Recording Studios
- Pressed By – MCA Pressing Plant, Gloversville
- Manufactured By – MCA Records, Inc.
- Published By – Screen Gems-Columbia Music, Inc.
- Published By – Sweet Glory Music, Inc.
- Published By – McCartney Music Inc.
- Published By – ATV Music Corp.
- Published By – Stein & Van Stock, Inc.
- Published By – Black Bull Music Co.
- Published By – Cedarwood Pub. Co., Inc.
- Published By – Evil Eye Music, Inc.
- Published By – Danor Music, Inc.
- Published By – Shade Tree Music, Inc.
- Published By – Resaca Music Publishing Co.
- Published By – Stallion Music, Inc.
- Published By – Redwood Music Co.
- Published By – Garbrown Music Co.
- Published By – Sawgrass Music Publications
Brenda Lee is the second studio album by American pop and country artist Brenda Lee. The album was released August 1, 1960 on Decca Records and was produced by Owen Bradley. The album's second single Sweet Nothin's became Lee's first major hit single on the Billboard Hot 100, peaking within the Top 10. This was followed by the third single I'm Sorry released the following year that became her first single to top the Billboard Hot 100. Listen free to Brenda Lee New Sunrise Sunday Sunrise, My Love and more. 11 tracks 29:33. A new version of is available, to keep everything running smoothly, please reload the site. Brenda Lee. New Sunrise. Play album. Get album. Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 1973 Vinyl от New Sunrise на Sunrise is an apt title for this album, made in 1973 when Brenda Lee received a makeover as a country-oriented MCA recording artist. The big hits began anew, and Lee spent much of the next three years in the country Top Ten. Two songs from New Sunrise were successful singles: Sunday Sunrise nearly made the Top Five, and Shel Silverstein's Wrong Ideas performed equally well. Lee is an excellent ballad singer, but after years of churning out serious, often continental, adult pop, it was a breath of fresh air to hear her perform lively material with down-home acco. Band Name Brenda Lee. Album Name New Sunrise. Type Album. Released date 1973. Labels MCA Records. Members owning this album0. Sunday Sunrise. My Love. You Are the Sunshine of My Life. Album by Brenda Lee. You Are The Sunshine Of My Life. Must I Believe. Wrong Ideas. Everybody's Had The Blues. Why Me. We Had It All. Slippin' Away. You're My Man Again. Something For A Rainy Day. search for Brenda Lee , New Sunrise. New Sunrise 1973. is a cover of. Sunday Sunrise is a song written by Mark James and recorded by Brenda Lee and Anne Murray. Lee's version was a Top Ten U. and Canadian Country hit in 1973. Murray's rendition reached 13 on both the Canadian Adult Contemporary chart and the U. Adult Contemporary chart in 1975. The song appeared on Murray's 1975 album, Together and was produced by Tom Catalano. The song is about the new hope that the dawning of the day brings. Features Song Lyrics for Brenda Lee's New Sunrise album. Brenda Lee - New Sunrise Album Lyrics. Everybody's Had The Blues Lyrics. Error Warning. New Sunrise by Brenda Lee. Release date. November 1, 1973