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Performer: The Browns
Title: The Browns Sing A Harvest Of Country Songs
Country: Canada
Released: 1968
Style: Country
Category: Folk, Country
Rating: 4.2 ✦
Other format: WMA APE MP2 AUD DTS WAV VQF

Browns Sing the Big Ones from Country. A Harvest of Country Songs. Rockin' Rollin' Browns. You Can't Grow Peaches From A Cherry Tree"A b/w "A Little Too Much To Dream" (Non-album track). 120. 21. 134. The Best Of The Browns. Meadowgreen" b/w "One Take Away One". 46. 30. Non-album tracks. I'd Just Be Fool Enough" b/w "Springtime".

Interpret: The Browns. Album titlle: I Heard The Bluebirds Sing - A Harvest O. .Producer Chet Atkins knew the Browns for what they really were: a close-harmony country trio – probably the best that ever was. But Atkins' vision of the Browns put him in direct conflict with Sholes and RCA's New York corporate office. Trying to strike a balance led to uncomfortable studio compromises that alienated country deejays who dismissed the Browns as too 'pop' and urban radio programmers who considered them too country. Fewer still knew that Bonnie's on-stage announcement actually marked the third time the Browns decided to call it quits

The Browns, Le Mars, Iowa.

The Browns were an American family singing group from Sparkman, Arkansas made up of Jim Ed Brown and his sisters, Maxine Brown and Bonnie Brown. They are known primarily for their hit "The Three Bells". Country music singers, The Browns sang individually at rural venues until 1954 when Maxine Brown, and younger brother Jim Ed, signed a record contract as a singing duo. Eighteen-year-old Bonnie joined the group in 1955, and the following year they were signed by Chet Atkins, RCA Victor Records producer in Nashville, Tennessee. Jim Ed now resides in Brentwood, Tennessee with his wife Becky.

Genre: Folk, World, & Country. A2. How Great Thou Art. 3:01. A3. Child Of The King. The Browns (3) Featuring Jim Edward Brown. The Browns (3) Featuring Jim Edward Brown - The Browns Sing Songs From The Little Brown Church Hymnal ‎(LP, Album).

1) The Browns were an American family singing group from Pine Bluff, Arkansas made up of Jim Ed Brown and his sisters, Maxine Brown and Bonnie Brown. Country music singers, they sang individually at rural venues until 1954 when Maxine Brown, and younger brother Jim Ed, signed a record contract as a singing duo. There are three bands under the name The Browns

1967 studio album by The Browns. Browns Sing the Big Ones from Country. Studio album by. The Browns. Where Does the Good Times Go" (Buck Owens). All of Me Belongs to You" (Merle Haggard). Ride Ride Ride" (Liz Anderson). Happy Tracks" (Ray Pennington). Walk Through This World With Me" (Sandy Seamons, Kaye Savage). Country Boy's Dream" (Ernie Newton). If the Whole World Stopped Lovin'" (Ben Peters).

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Don't Let The Stars Get In Your Eyes
Written-By – Willet*
2:15
A2 The Rhumba Boogie
Written-By – Snow*
1:57
A3 Mansion On The Hill
Written-By – Rose*, Williams*
2:16
A4 Four Walls
Written-By – Campbell*, Moore*
3:05
A5 Sugarfoot Rag
Written-By – Vaughn*, Garland*
1:55
B1 Ground Hog
Written-By – Haynes*, Burns*
2:12
B2 Columbus Stockade Blues
Written-By – Sargent*, Davis*
1:55
B3 Down In The Valley
Arranged By – The Browns
2:26
B4 Poor Wildwood Flower
Written-By – Ferguson*
2:16
B5 The Great Speckled Bird
Written-By – Carter*
2:31

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – RCA Victor Company, Ltd.
  • Made By – RCA Victor Company, Ltd.

Credits

  • A&R – Fred Allen
  • Vocals – Bonnie Brown, Jim Edward*, Maxine Brown

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CAS-2262 The Browns The Browns Sing A Harvest Of Country Songs ‎(LP, Album) RCA Camden CAS-2262 Canada 1968
CAS-2262 The Browns The Browns Sing A Harvest Of Country Songs ‎(LP) RCA Camden CAS-2262 US 1968