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Video Recorded by willis99 +1 +1 in the Style of McBride & The Ride.
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<p> <font face="constantia"><font color=#6A287E><font size=4>"Can I Count On You" - McBride & The Ride<p> This was a new song for me, but after hearing my dear friend Endora (endora_4_u) I just couldn't resist learning it and giving it a try. I just loved the tune and the lyrics. I hope you enjoy my rendition. Happy New Year and God Bless.<p> Raymond</font></font></font><p> <a href="http://img263.imageshack.us/i/z462.png/" target="_blank"><img src="http://img263.imageshack.us/img263/7498/z462.th.png" border="0"/></a><p> <font face="constantia"><font color=#7E587E><font size=2><b>McBride & the Ride</b> was an American country music band initially composed of Terry McBride (lead vocals, bass guitar), Ray Herndon (background vocals, guitar, Dobro) and Billy Thomas (background vocals, drums, percussion). <b>The group was founded in 1989</b> through the assistance of record producer Tony Brown. McBride & the Ride's first three albums — Burnin' Up the Road, the gold-certified Sacred Ground, and Hurry Sundown, released in 1991, 1992, and 1993, respectively — were all issued on MCA Records. These albums also produced several hits on the Billboard country charts, including the Top 5 hits "Sacred Ground" (their highest-peaking, at #2), "Going Out of My Mind", "Just One Night" and "Love on the Loose, Heart on the Run". In 1994, Herndon and Thomas left the group, which was subsequently re-named Terry McBride & the Ride. McBride remained lead singer, while the other members were replaced with Keith Edwards (drums), Kenny Vaughn (electric guitar), Gary Morse (steel guitar), Jeff Roach (keyboards), and bass guitarist Randy Frazier, who had formerly been a member of the band Palomino Road. This six-piece lineup produced a fourth album (1994's Terry McBride & the Ride) and three more singles before a 1995 disbanding. During the hiatus, MCA issued a compilation called Country's Best, while McBride and Herndon wrote singles for other artists. McBride, Thomas and Herndon reunited as McBride & the Ride in 2000, releasing Amarillo Sky on Dualtone Records in 2002 before splitting up again. McBride then joined the backing band for the duo Brooks & Dunn, and co-wrote several of the duo's singles, while Herndon self-released a solo album.</font></font></font> <font face="constantia"><font color=#7E587E><font size=3>
<p> <font face="pristina"><font color= #307D7E><font size=5>"The Bargain Store" - Dolly Parton<p> This was a new song for me, but my duet partner, Judie (Num1gm) laid the perfect foundation for me to join her. Yes, "Life is like a bargain store"! I hope you enjoy our rendition of this wonderful tune.<p> Raymond and Judie</font></font></font><p> <a href="http://img96.imageshack.us/i/z460.jpg/" target="_blank"><img src="http://img96.imageshack.us/img96/9021/z460.th.jpg" border="0"/></a><p> <font color=#B93B8F><font face="constantia"><font size=3><b>"The Bargain Store"</b> is the title track of the 1974 album by Dolly Parton. "The Bargain Store" would be Dolly Parton's fifth number one on the country chart as a solo artist. The stayed at number one for a single week and spent nine weeks on the country chart.
Video Recorded by willis99 +1 +1 in the Style of Hank Locklin.
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<p> <font face="constantia"><font color=#7E2217><font size=4> "Please Help Me I'm Falling (In Love With You)" - Hank Locklin<p> This is one of my old time country favorites and one that I have always loved to sing. This song was released in July of 1960! I hope you enjoy my rendition.<p> Raymond</font></font></font><p> <a href="http://img41.imageshack.us/i/z421.png/" target="_blank"><img src="http://img41.imageshack.us/img41/4016/z421.th.png" border="0"/></a><p> <font size=3><font face="constantia"><font color=#307D7E><b>Please Help Me I'm Falling</b> is the title of a recording by American country music singer Hank Locklin, released in 1960. It marks Locklin's first release considered part of the Nashville Sound. Included are Locklin's previous hit singles "Send Me the Pillow That You Dream On,", "Livin' Alone", "It's a Little More Like Heaven", and "Please Help Me I'm Falling", all placing in the Country Singles Top 10.