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Don Williams

Don Williams-Audiophile Selection

Don Williams - Audiophile Selection 01. I'll Be Faithful To You (2:59) 02. I've Got A Winner In You (2:40) 03. Learn To Let It Go . (3:35) 04. All I'm Missing Is You (3:23) 05. Fever (3:44) 06. We've Got A Good Fire Going .. (3:19) 07. Wonderful Tonight .. (3:27) 08. Just As Long As I Have You (3:22) 09. Pancho .. (3:38) 10. She's A Natural . (3:20) 11. Her Perfect Memory (3:07) 12. Love Is On A Roll (3:42) 13. First Fool In Line .. (3:44) 14. Maggie`s Dream (4:09) 15. If Hollywood Don't Need You (3:14) 16. She's With Me . (3:39) 17. Stay Young (3:07) 18. And So It Goes .. (3:58)
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Nr kat.: HDS259
Label  : ABC Int. Records

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Donald Ray Williams (May 27, 1939 – September 8, 2017) was an American country singer, songwriter, and 2010 inductee to the Country Music Hall of Fame. He began his solo career in 1971, singing popular ballads and amassing 17 number one country hits. His straightforward yet smooth bass-baritone voice, soft tones, and imposing build earned him the nickname: "Gentle Giant" of country music. Donald Ray Williams was born the youngest of three sons on May 27, 1939, in Floydada, Texas. He grew up in Portland, Texas and graduated from Gregory-Portland High School in 1958. After Williams' parents divorced, Loveta Williams remarried first to Chester Lang, and then to Robert Bevers. On July 20, 1963, Williams' eldest brother Kenneth was accidentally electrocuted after touching a live wire. He was 29 years old. Prior to forming the folk-pop group Pozo-Seco Singers, Williams served with The United States Army Security Agency for two years then, after his honorable discharge, worked various odd jobs in order to support himself and his family. It was with the group the Pozo-Seco Singers that Williams, alongside Susan Taylor and Lofton Cline, recorded several records for Columbia Records. He remained with the group until 1969; it disbanded the following year. After the Pozo-Seco Singers disbanded, Williams briefly worked outside the music industry. Soon, however, Williams resumed his career in music.