9 thoughts on “ Slowly - Webb Pierce - Back Street Affair (Vinyl) ”

  1. Daijora says:
    Webb Pierce: I'll Always Take Care Of You b/w Back Street Affair. Original release All records are deep cleaned for highest possible play quality. Visual grade (vinyl): EX. Play grade: A side plays NM. B side plays with a light "swoosh" in the background, not overpowering the music. See Item Specifics above for more informationSeller Rating: % positive.
  2. Tojora says:
    More recently, Allison Moorer covered this song an a Webb Pierce tribute album, Caught in the Webb, doing the words straight from Webb. Back Street Affair She breaks open the double standard that.
  3. Kirisar says:
    Slowly Lyrics: Slowly I'm falling more in love with you / Slowly you're winning a heart that can be true / Now, I can't hide my feelings, no matter what I do / For slowly I'm falling more in love.
  4. Faerisar says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Super-Stereo Vinyl release of Webb Pierce Song Book on Discogs. Label: Arc Records (4) - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo Super-Stereo • Country: Canada • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Country.
  5. Fautaur says:
    Webb Pierce, from West Monroe, LA had 84 Billboard hits from to This compilation ranges from his original release of "Wondering" to "I Ain't Never", ('59). That particular song peaked at # 2; all the other 11 tracks rose to #1. For some reason, Webb's other #1 song "Even Tho", is excluded here/5(79).
  6. Disar says:
    Back Street Affair; $ on iTunes 3. It's Been So Long; $ on iTunes 4. There Stands The Glass; $ on iTunes 5. Slowly; $ on iTunes 6. More And More; $ on iTunes 7. In The Jailhouse Now; $ on iTunes 8. I Don't Care; $ on iTunes 9. Love, Love, Love; $ on iTunes Why Baby Why; $ on iTunes Honky Tonk Song; $1.
  7. Akinojas says:
    Michael Webb Pierce (August 8, – February 24, ) was an American honky-tonk vocalist, songwriter and guitarist of the s, one of the most popular of the genre, charting more number one hits than any other country artist during the decade.. His biggest hit was "In the Jailhouse Now," which charted for 37 weeks in , 21 of them at number one.
  8. Shaktile says:
    Decca DXL/DXS (DL and DL) The Webb Pierce Story: In The Jailhouse Now; Wondering; I'm Walking The Dog; Slowly; More And More; There Stands The Glass; Honky Tonk Song; Back Street Affair; Love Love Love; Missing You; If You Were Me; Falling Back To You; I Ain't Never; Is It Wrong; I'm Tired; Walking The Streets; No Love Have I.
  9. Fenrizshura says:
    In the #8 Country song in the charts was Back Street Affair by Webb Pierce. Watch the music video and discover trivia about this classic Country song now. Slow Poke - Hawkshaw Hawkins #28 in Too Old To Cut The Mustard - The Carlisles #38 in Wondering - Webb Pierce #2 in The Gold Rush Is Over - Hank Snow #16 in

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