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THE VERY BEST OF BOBBY GOLDSBORO, VOL. 1

BEWARE! Sad to say these are not the songs that I played and loved way back when. These "remastered" versions are "RE-RECORDED". I don't know why it is so difficult to get the REAL STUFF instead of this dribble. Save your money on this one. Pull out the old 45's or albums and listen to the GOLDSBORO we all love and remember. The voice, the heart, the passion -- the cricket! Even with the needle noise or a scratch on the record, it will sound better than this stuff!

Not the originals!

WARNING! Before buying this album be aware that these are NOT the original versions of the songs. In "Honey" in particular, Goldsboro sings the lyrics a bit "off" the music, so it sounds a bit strange. I have no idea why artists or studios feel a need to re-do classic songs, but these aren't very good. Get the originals if you want to re-live these songs.

Best music ever, wish I could see him in concert one more time.

IT a Butterfly for BUCKY NOY Becky. You dont mknoe ypur BG history. Here where can I "Find Alice doesnt Love here anymore" by Bobby?

Biography

Born: January 18, 1941 in Marianna, FL

Genre: Country

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Best remembered for his 1968 chart-topper, "Honey," singer/songwriter Bobby Goldsboro was born January 18, 1941 in Marianna, FL. After relocating to Dothan, AL, while in his teens, he went on to study at Auburn University, quitting school after his sophomore year to pursue music full-time. During the early '60s, Goldsboro played guitar in Roy Orbison's backing band, mounting a solo career in early 1964 and soon scoring a Top Ten hit with the self-penned "See the Funny Little Clown." His sophisticated...
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