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Welsh torch singer Shirley Bassey had a huge hit with the song while I was living in England, reaching #4 on the UK pop charts while being a top ten record in numerous other countries.Johnny does a nice job with the song, but with the exception of a little steel guitar, the arrangement is nearly a clone of Bassey’s recording. A nice ballad that has a generic instrumental backing that sounds like it was intended as a Tammy Wynette track.Unfortunately, album covers from this era did not routinely list musician credits and I haven’t been able to find them elsewhere.On a few of the tracks, it sound as if tracks were produced first; then a vocalist selected to sing the song.Next up is “Smile Somebody Loves You”, a generic ballad that makes a decent album track.“Something” by English songwriter George Harrison is a song that has been covered hundreds of times.While the Little Darlin’ Recordings served to get Johnny’s name known, at some point the label lost steam and was folded by Aubrey Mayhew.In fact the last of the Mayhew-Paycheck collaborations was released on the Certron label.
Your love is the key to it all Jerry Jeff Walker never had any real hit records, but he sure wrote a winner in “Mr. Walker has said he was inspired to write the song after an encounter with a street performer in a New Orleans jail, after he was jailed for public intoxication.
Oh, the rain never falls in Denver ‘Cause you make the sun shine all the time Oh, the rain never falls in Denver Since you came along and brought your love to this heart of mine One time in Chicago, Illinois A pretty woman turned my head around That city woman said she love this poor country boy Any cloudy in Chicago and the rain came pouring down But the rain never falls in Denver ‘Cause you make the sun shine all the time Oh, the rain never falls in Denver Since you came along and brought your love to this heart of mine I don’t need the help of the red wine in the glass to ease my mind I found out the way to forget the way you left me here behind I drink up a mem’ry and it takes me back to places that I’ve been I just think about you and I’m high on the thought of you again The album closes with “It’s Only A Matter of Wine”, the title a takeoff on the title of an old Brook Benton classic.
The song itself, written by Frank Dycus and Larry Kingston, has nothing to do with Benton’s song.
The title track, released as the first single from the album replicated the success of his first Epic single reaching #1 on Record World (#2 Cashbox /#4 Billboard).
This song was written by the successful songwriting team of Bill Rice and Jerry Foster. I could search from now till the end of time And never find another you I’m so glad because I know you’re mine Someone to give my love to Now I believe my love that you’re one of a kind For there’s no one else like you You’re the light of my life so let it shine Someone to give my love to [Chorus] I found happiness is loving you And I’ll do my best to make your dreams come true I will follow you to the end of the earth For my place will be with you I have taken you for better or worse Someone to give my love to Tracy Byrd would cover this song 30 years later.