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The Very Best of T. Graham Brown (Re-Recorded)

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As part of the Readers Digest Signature Series this single-disc T. Graham Brown compilation features eight re-recordings of his hits along with two traditional gospel tracks. While such well-known cuts as "Darlene," "Hell and High Water" and "She Couldn't Love Me Anymore" don't stray too far from the original arrangements, the budget-priced Greatest Hits on EMI-Capitol Special Markets boasts the original hit versions sans gospel material.

Biografía

Nacido(a): 30 de octubre de 1954 en Arabi, GA

Género: Country

Años de actividad: '80s, '90s, '00s

T. Graham Brown rose to country stardom through the uniquely Southern phenomenon of beach music, a party-ready mix of old-time rock & roll, R&B, country, and blues. Born in Arabi, GA (his real first name is Anthony), he got his start performing while attending the University of Georgia, as part of the beach-music duo Dirk & Tony. He then joined the outlaw country band Reo Diamond, and retooled his image as a hairy, tattooed wildman in a ten-gallon hat. Moving on in 1979, Brown formed...
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