Nat Stuckey Albums



  • Take Time To Love Her Album (3/1/1973)
    Take Time To Love Her
    Baby Don't Get Hooked On Me
    Crystal Chandeliers
    Good Time Charlie's Got The Blues
    I Used It All On You
    Lovin' On Backstreets
    Now Lonely Is Only A Word
    Man That I Am
    Alabama Wild Man

  • Forgive Me For Calling You Darling Album (4/1/1972)
    Forgive Me For Calling You Darling
    Take Me Home Country Roads
    Easy Lovin'
    Here I Go Again
    I'm Gonna Act Right
    Don't Pay The Ransom
    It's Impossible (somos Novios)
    Sweet Mercy Brown
    Lookin' For A Way
    Devil Made Me Do That

  • Is It Any Wonder That I Love You Album (4/1/1972)
    Is It Any Wonder That I Love You
    Good Hearted Woman
    Carolyn
    Delta Dawn
    She's All I Got
    Don't Pay The Ransom
    I Never Once Stopped Loving You
    Got It Comin' Day
    There's Still You

  • Only A Woman Like You Album (4/1/1971)
    Only A Woman Like You
    Last One To Touch Me
    Help Me Make It Through The Night
    Ruby Don't Take Your Love To Town
    How Much More Can She Stand
    You Make Me Feel Like A Man
    Raining In My Heart
    He's Got The Whole World In His Hands
    When You're Hot You're Hot

  • She Wakes Me With A Kiss Every Morning Album (4/1/1971)
  • Sunday Morning Album (4/1/1970)
  • Young Love Album (4/1/1969)
  • New Country Roads Album (4/1/1969)
  • Stuckey Style Album (4/1/1969)
  • Keep 'em Country Album (4/1/1969)
  • Nat Stuckey Sings Album (4/1/1968)

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    Tasteful Album | Reviewer: Robert De Lasalle
        ------ About the album Is It Any Wonder That I Love You performed by Nat Stuckey

    I just bought this album on E-Bay and I think it's a very tasteful and somewhat soulful album.Nat Stuckey was a very talented singer who might have been hampered by the 'novelty singer' label caused by his first big hit:"Sweet Thang".
    This is typical Nashville late sixties to mid-seventies fare.That is a couple of original songs and a bunch of covers.The difference is the singer.On 'Is It Any Wonder That I Love You',Nat gives Bob Luman a run for his money (and I'm a big Luman fan).Even 'Carolyn',the Merle Haggard song sounds just as good done by Stuckey.My favoriye though is "I Never Once Stopped Loving You" on which he equals the great Connie Smith performance.All in all,highly recommanded if you can get your hands on it.



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