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Karen Young - My Elusive Dreams Album

Karen Young - My Elusive Dreams Album
My Elusive Dreams
Karen Young
Vocal, Ballad
MM 699
MP3 album size:
1518 mb
FLAC album size:
1067 mb
Major Minor


1Karen Young & Jon Hamilton My Elusive Dreams
Written-By – Sherrill, Putman
2Karen Young Ribbon Of Darkness
Written-By – Lightfoot


  • Directed ByNicky Welsh
  • ProducerTommy Scott


  • Rights Society: MCPS


My Elusive Dreams. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Исполнитель: Various artists. 2020 country. Faron Young. Текст песни: You followed me to Texas, you followed me to Utah We didnt find it there so we moved on Then you went with me to A-la-bam' Things looked good in Elusive Dreams. My Elusive Dreams is a country music song written by Billy Sherrill and Curly Putman. Songwriter, Curly Putnam, recorded his song in March 1967 and released it on ABC Records in June 1967, peaking at 41 on the Hot Country Singles charts and 34 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100. The song was later recorded by several artists. The best-known version was recorded as a duet by David Houston and Tammy Wynette, and was a No. 1 country hit in October 1967 the song also peaked at No. 89 on the Billboard Hot. Read about My Elusive Dreams from Karen Young's Sings Nobody's Child And 13 Other Great Songs and see the artwork, lyrics and similar 9-16-2017 marks the 50th anniversary of My Elusive Dreams. Tammy recorded a second duet version of My Elusive Dreams in 1973 with George Jones on the Let's Build a World Together album: W0gAU. The only Elusive Dreams album. Studio album by Bobby Vinton. March 1970. Billboard Adult Contemporary. Country Singles. Karen Young & Jon Hamilton released it on the album Nobody's Child and 13 Other Great Songs in 1969. It was covered by David Alexander, Danny Davis and The Nashville Brass, Roly Daniels, Sarah Jory and other Elusive Dreams. Bobby Vinton scored a surprise hit in early 1970 with a revival of the 1967 David HoustonTammy Wynette country hit My Elusive Dreams, a man's confession of his restlessness and its effect on his marriage and family. The record only made the Top 40 of the pop charts, but it hit the Top Ten of the easy listening charts and even broke Vinton into the country charts for the first time in his career, and that was accomplishment enough to justify building an LP around it