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Wrong Song List | Reviewer: Mr. Holmes------ About the album The Best 3 performed by Eddy Arnold
The Song list you have for this album is incorrect. The Only Song showing that is right is ''Welcome To My World'', the rest of the songs come off the World Album.
The Correct songs for Best Of Eddy Arnold Vol. 3 is as follows With thec exception of the title I just mentioned above:
01. Before This Day Ends
02. They Don't Make Love Like They Used To
03. After Loving You
04. Just Call Me Lonesome
05. The Richest Man In The World
06. This Is The Thanks I Get (Loving You)
07. I'd Trade All Of My Tomorrows
08. Molly Darlin'
09. It's A Sin
Will you please update this album with the correct songs above
and make asure they are in the correct order as they are on the album?
I'll thank you now for doing this task.
Mr G.L. Holmes
Outstanding Album | Reviewer: John Sircy------ About the album Our Man Down South performed by Eddy Arnold
This album was one in a series produced by RCA, many of which were classics. This project was superbly sung by Eddy Arnold and features an excellent mixture of ballads, heartbreak numbers and upbeat songs. All have their roots in the South, with it's tradition and respect for things of the past.
i love her | Reviewer: anthony------ About the album Welcome To My World performed by Eddy Arnold
I love her I believe is on the welcome to my world album, Can I buy this album or sound track anywhere???
Review of the RCA Victor Vinyl LP | Reviewer: Larry Haynes------ About the album Sings Them Again performed by Eddy Arnold
Only 3 years after the first Hi-fidelity recording, this RCA Victor Vinyl LP recording is superb! From my parent's vinyl collection, I was the first person to ever play this LP, as it was still sealed. Unbelievable clarity and quality, and his re-recording of his hits hit their mark-His producer Chet Atkins succeeded in preserving his early hits in true stunning High Fidelity. These recordings are immmensely enjoyable and are presented here in a level of detail and clarity that was missing for the previous 15 or so years. I never tire of hearing these songs, and have made a digital archive of the LP. RCA Victor, at that time, was recording and pressing the quietest, smoothest, most stunning LPs of the time. Chet Atkins would have it no other way.
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