Jim Ed Brown Lyrics

In the 1950's, the Nashville Sound was making its mark on
the `pop' scene. However, the country genre had so far
failed to gain a No.1 hit on the pop charts. The closest it
had come to that achievement was in 1957, when the
legendary Patsy Cline reached the No.2 spot with `Walkin'
After Midnight'. The honor of recording the first country
No.1 hit to crossover to No.1 on the pop charts was earned
by sisters, Maxine and Bonnie Brown, and their group's lead
singer, brother Jim Ed Brown. The group was known as The
Browns. The first More...

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"Morning" | Reviewer: Anonymous
    ------ About the song Morning performed by Jim Ed Brown

Jim Ed Brown's voice & interpretation of this song made you feel that he really had experienced this night. I'll never forget his voice ~ ever! Thought you might like to know that "ricochet" is spelled with a "t" at the end. Thanks so very much for giving us the lyrics to this beautiful song~

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