Open Duet Recordings
The following is a list of open duets made by CharlieAnderson. Click on any recording to join in and complete the song.
By CharlieAnderson in the Style of Alison Krauss & Robert Plant
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Rowland Salley (born November 2, 1949) is an American musician, songwriter and artist, sometimes called Roly Salley. Salley is a bass guitarist and vocalist for Chris Isaak's band Silvertone. His best known tune is "Killing the Blues" which has been covered by John Prine, Chris Smither, Shawn Colvin and more recently, Robert Plant and Alison Krauss on their 2007 album, Raising Sand. As a band member for Chris Isaak, he was a regular on The Chris Isaak Show.
By CharlieAnderson in the Style of Don Williams & EmmyLou Harris
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"If I Needed You" is a single written by Townes Van Zandt and performed on his 1972 album The Late Great Townes Van Zandt. It was covered 9 years later by American country music artists Emmylou Harris and Don Williams as a duet. It was released in September 1981 as the first single from Harris' album Cimarron. here's the link to our original duet http://www.singsnap.com/karaoke/r/cdbc9cb50
By CharlieAnderson in the Style of Crystal Gayle
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["I'll Get Over You" is a song written by Richard Leigh, and recorded by American country music artist Crystal Gayle. It was released in March 1976 as the second single from the album Somebody Loves You. The song was Crystal Gayle's seventh chart hit and her first number-one country hit in 1976. In the mid-1970s, Gayle was trying to establish a recording career in country music. Gayle wanted to be on the level of her older sister Loretta Lynn. It was the help of her sister that helped produce Gayle's first single called "I've Cried the Blue Right Out of My Eyes." However, it was the help of songwriter Richard Leigh who helped her gain control of her career. He wrote her first two big hits "Wrong Road Again" and "Somebody Loves You". In 1976, Gayle finally released "I'll Get Over You". The song became Gayle's first number-one hit and the song made Gayle a household name. That same year, "I'll Get Over You" was released on her 1976 album Somebody Loves You. "I'll Get Over You" remains as one of her best-known songs.] -Wikipedia