Bobby Evans - George Rowsell - Hotel Gander album flac
Genre: Folk music
Title: Hotel Gander
FLAC version ZIP size: 1965 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1554 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1278 mb
Other Formats: MP2 TTA WMA AHX VQF MPC MIDI
Complete your Bobby Evans - George Rowsell collection.
Bobby Evans (6) - George Rowsell - Hotel Gander (Album). Singles & EPs. PER 3739. Gander Blood, If There's Still Another Mountain (7"). Quay Records (2). CS-8092.
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Tracklist Hide Credits
|A1||–Bobby Evans||Say It's Me
Producer – Bobby Evans Written-By – J.L. Wallace, Ken Bell , Terry Skinner
|A2||–Bobby Evans||Eighteen Yellow Roses
Producer – Bobby Evans Written-By – Bobby Darin
|A3||–Bobby Evans||Take Good Care Of Her
Producer – Bob Cousins Written-By – Kent*, Warren*
|A4||–Bobby Evans||I Can't Look Sunday In The Eye
Producer – Bob Cousins Written-By – Ray Griff
Producer – Bobby Evans Written-By – Billy Sherrill, Glenn Sutton
|B1||–George Rowsell||Whiskey For Breakfast
Written-By – J. Terry Hynes
|B2||–George Rowsell||Wonderful Years
Written-By – Fred Rowsell
|B3||–George Rowsell||Gotta Go To Texas
Written-By – Roy Payne
|B4||–George Rowsell||Come Love Me Stranger
Written-By – Roy Payne
|B5||–George Rowsell||It Seemed To Be The Right Thing
Written-By – Len Blum
- Manufactured By – Bel Air Records
- Distributed By – Bel Air Records
- Lacquer Cut At – The Lacquer Channel Limited
- Pressed By – CBS Records Canada Ltd.
- Printed By – Shorewood Packaging Corp. Of Canada Ltd.
- Executive-Producer – Bob Cousins
- Producer – Art Snider (tracks: B1-B5)
NotesAlternate album label
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): BA 1983 A CRC TLC-AL
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): BA 1983-B CRC TLC-AL
|BA 1983||Bobby Evans - George Rowsell||Bobby Evans - George Rowsell - Hotel Gander (LP, Album)||Bel Air Records||BA 1983||Canada||1983|
|BAT 1983||Bobby Evans - George Rowsell||Bobby Evans - George Rowsell - Hotel Gander (Cass, Album, Dol)||CBS Special Products||BAT 1983||Canada||1983|