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Best of John Conlee

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Best of John Conlee is a 12-track budget-priced collection that features some of his biggest hits, including "Common Man," "I'm Only in It for the Love, " "In My Eyes," "Where Are the Pieces of My Heart, " "River of Time, " "Hit the Ground Runnin'" and "Till You Were Gone." Although this isn't a bad budget-priced disc, there are far better collections available, offering more songs and better sound for not much more money.

Biographie

Né(e) : 11 août 1946 à Versailles, KY

Genre : Country

Années d’activité : '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

One of the most respected vocalists to emerge during the urban cowboy era, John Conlee was known for his superb taste in material and his distinctively melancholy voice. Conlee was born and raised on a tobacco farm in Versailles, KY, in 1946, and took up the guitar as a child, performing on local radio at age ten. He went on to sing with the town barbershop chorus, but didn't initially pursue music as a career, instead becoming a licensed mortician. He also worked as a disc jockey at numerous area...
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