Crystal Gayle is the eponymous debut album by Crystal Gayle, although she had previously recorded material which was not released until later. It was released on February 7, 1975
Crystal Gayle: The Hits (1991). All-Time Greatest Hits (1990). Easy Like Sunday Morning. Great Wedding Songs. Lyrics for album: New Songs. The Trouble With Me (is You). Why Cry. Lyrics for album: Best Of Crystal Gayle (2002). til I Gain Control Again. Baby, What About You.
Different label layout (shorter rim text) compared to The Crystal Gayle Singles Album. Original sound recordings made by Liberty/United Records Inc. Compilation ℗ 1980 Liberty/United Records Inc. ® Trade Marks used by Liberty-United Records (. Limited under authorisation. A1, A2 & A4 published by Morning Music Ltd. ℗ 1975 A3 published by Pullet Bone Music/Emerald Music/Margaret Brace ℗ 1975 A5 published by Bocu Music Ltd. ℗ 1975 A6 published by The Welk Music Group/Heath Levy Music Co. Ltd. ℗ 1976 A7 published by Chappell Music Ltd. ℗ 1977 B1 published by.
Gayle's first album was 1974's Crystal Gayle. Her biggest crossover country-pop hit came in 1977 with Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue" (from her We Must Believe in Magic album), topping the country chart and reaching No. 2 on the pop singles chart. The single also won a Grammy for Best Female Country Vocal. She had three more hit singles from her next album, When I Dream, including the chart-topping Talking in Your Sleep and Why Have You Left the One You Left Me For. When the country hits began to slow, Gayle in the mid-1980s branched out into gospel albums and.
Crystal Gayle - When I dream. From the album When I dream. The New London Theatre, 1981. Dreaming My Dreams - Crystal Gayle. Susan Anton - "Dreaming My Dreams With You" (1981). From her debut album "Killin' Time" which only saw a limited worldwide release, comes this chestnut, written by Waylon Jennings. The original was done by him
Crystal Gayle lyrics - 76 song lyrics sorted by album, including "Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue", "Why Have You Left The One You Left Me For", "Talking In Your Sleep". album: "Crystal Gayle" (1975). Wrong Road Again A Woman's Heart (Is A Handy Place To Be) When I Dream This Is My Year For Mexico. album: "Somebody Loves You" (1975). I'll Get Over You Somebody Loves You Dreaming My Dreams With You. album: "Crystal" (1976). I'll Do It All Over Again Ready For The Times To Get Better You Never Miss A Real Good Thing Right In The Palm Of Your Hand. album: "We Must Believe In Magic" (1977).
Listen to music from Crystal Gayle like Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue, Talking In Your Sleep & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Crystal Gayle. Crystal Gayle (born Brenda Gail Webb July 5, 1944) is an American country music singer, and is the sister of legendary country singer Loretta Lynn and distant cousin of singer Patty Loveless. In the late 70s and 80s, she had great pop crossover success with "Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue", "Talking In Your Sleep" and "Half the Way". She is also famous for her nearly floor-length long hair and was voted one of the 50 most beautiful people in the world in 1983.