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Treat Him Right / Midnight Oil

Treat Him Right / Midnight Oil

Digitally remastered two-fer containing a pair of albums from the Country songbird: Treat Him Right (1971) and the Midnight Oil (1973). Includes five bonus tracks. T-Bird Americana. 2011.

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Barbara Mandrell – Greatest Country Hits

Barbara Mandrell – Greatest Country Hits

Greatest Country Hits by Barbara Mandrell

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New Television Talk Show, “Breakthrough with Barry Farber” to Debut February
… world heavyweight champion, Evander Holyfield; Bill Rasmussen, founder of ESPN; astrophysicist and Nobel Prize winner, Dr. Adam Riess; Doug Ellin, who created the hit TV show, “Entourage”; country superstar Barbara Mandrell; inventor of Post-it …
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On Her 30th Anniversary Barbara Mandrell's As Busy As Ever (1997)
Ken had been working on a chain of restaurants they're opening, while Barbara, after making decisions about her new line of jewelry, wrapped up her traditional end-of-the-day task—writing to whichever children are away from home at the moment. Ken …
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Best of the Barbara Mandrell and the Mandrell Sisters Show

Best of the Barbara Mandrell and the Mandrell Sisters Show

  • BARBARA MANDRELL AND THE MANDRELL SISTERS SHOW was a magnet for country’s biggest names during its two-year run. This three-volume set features the best moments of the series hosted by Mandrell and her sisters Louise and Irlene. The sisters’ chemistry and talent provided the backbone of the variety show, drawing legends like Johnny Cash, Ray Charles, Dolly Parton, and Kenny Rodgers. For

Beginning in 1980, over 40 million viewers tuned in each week as Barbara, Louise, and Irlene sang, danced and joked their way to TV stardom on this Top 10-rated series. It’s packed with over 40 guest musical perfomances including Country superstars Johnny Cash, Alabama, Marty Robbins, Kenny Rogers, Dolly Parton, The Statler Brothers, Ray Charles, John Schneider, Glen Campbell, and many more as well as comedy legends Bob Hope, Phyllis Diller and Andy Kaufman.Best of Barbara Mandrell and the Mandrell Sisters Show is a two-disc set emphasizing performance highlights from six episodes of the NBC “country music-variety” show that hit the air in 1980. That’s the same year Barbara Mandrell won the Country Music Association’s Entertainer of the Year Award, and it’s a pleasure to look back on how well she took to being such a charismatic, warm, and fun host as well as a dynamic vocalist. Appearing with her are sisters Louise and Irlene, the former a good singer in her own right while Irlene is essentially a personality. Each of the truncated shows here begins with the trio bantering at the top of an episode, generally targeting poor Barbara for being the shortest, the oldest, or not much good at dancing. The first show here, from November of 1980, finds Dolly Parton singing “9 to 5” while also participating in a gospel medley with John Schneider and the Mandrells. (Each show in the series seems to have ended with a gospel medley as a signature piece, involving all the musical talent available on any given night.) This episode is also the only place that one really gets a sense of what the comedy was like on this series, in a passable bit in which one sees how only child Barbara’s happiness was destroyed by the announcement that her mother was pregnant with Louise. Another show from that same time period ushers in Kenny Rogers as a special guest, though his fine solo contributions and collaborations with the sisters isn’t nearly as interesting as Barbara and Louise’s Patsy Cline medley and tribute.

Things really pick up with a 1982 episode starring Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash, who share a lot of enjoyable, old memories with Barbara and embark on a short tour of their musical legacy. Johnny sings a spare “I Walk the Line,” and he joins his wife and the Mandrells on a final medley that includes “Will the Circle Be Unbroken.” A 1981 appearance by Bob Hope is a treat, especially a duet with Barbara on “Buttons and Bows.” (There’s also a reminiscence by Barbara about appearing in a skimpy outfit for one of Hope’s TV specials years before.) Another ’81 installment featuring Alabama and Glen Campbell proves okay, but the final show here stars Ray Charles in excellent form on “You Don’t Know Me” and a bluesy, understated “Old Time Religion.” –Tom Keogh

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Barbara Mandrell Surprises Opry Crowd

Barbara Mandrell Surprises Opry Crowd
The great thing about attending the Grand Ole Opry is you just never know who is going to show up. On Saturday night (May 18), the Opry crowd received a big, if brief, surprise when Country Music Hall of Famer Barbara Mandrell emerged from the wings.
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Barbara Mandrell, Preds help Nashville youth hockey grow
Supported at first by unlikely boosters such as country music legend Barbara Mandrell and later by the Nashville Predators, the league has groomed some of Nashville's elite skaters. From humble beginnings with one ice rink, and barely enough players …
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Songschreiber Don Pfrimmer verstorben
… Ronnie Milsap (1980 "My Heart", 1985 "She Keeps the Home Fires Burning", Sylvia (1981 "Drifter", 1981 "The Matador", 1982 "I Never Quite Got Back", 1984 "Victims of Goodbye"), Barbara Mandrell (1984 "Christmas at Our House") und für für Steve …
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Japanese country fiddler comes to Capitol Civic Centre

Japanese country fiddler comes to Capitol Civic Centre
Tabuchi continued performing and toured with stars such as Johnny Cash, Dolly Parton, Conway Twitty and Barbara Mandrell. He performed for President George H.W. Bush, President George W. Bush and the Japanese Prime Minister, and has made …
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Barbara Mandrell to host Nashville Humane benefit
A doggy fashion show and dinner with man's best friend are just two things pet lovers can look forward to at Nashville Humane Association's fifth annual Unleashed: Dinner with Your Dog benefit. Set for Jan. 31 at Hutton Hotel, the event will be hosted …
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He worked at Sun Records in Nashville, and then joined the CBS record label in 1964. He won a Grammy Award for co-writing "Almost Persuaded," in 1966. He also worked with Barbara Mandrell, Ronnie Milsap, Johnny Paycheck and Elvis Costello.
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Ronnie D and the Sweet River Band
In his 20s he played professionally for five years, opening for stars like Barbara Mandrell, Randy Travis and George Strait during summer fair circuits. Now known as Ronnie D and the Sweet River Band, they play country, 50s and 60s, and southern gospel …
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Smithgall garden draws big musical acts to Gainesville

Smithgall garden draws big musical acts to Gainesville
Musicians like Jerry Lee Lewis, Barbara Mandrell, Kenny Rogers and Larry Gatlin all played there between 1977-1979. And, there's the venue formerly known as the Georgia Mountains Center. In a Sept. 1, 2013, story in The Times, Gainesville City Council …
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Cheshire Fair gates swing open Wednesday
Gone are the days of big-name country music acts – Barbara Mandrell, Loretta Lynn and Tom T. Hall to name a memorable few. Missing, too, is the freak show tent — for a dime you could step on in and see, with your very own eyes, the bearded lady and …
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Acoustic Attitude

Acoustic Attitude

1)Sleeping Single In A Double Bed 2)Fast lanes And Country Roads 3)The Best Of Strangers 4)I Wish You Were Here 5)To Me 6)When You Get To The Heart 7)Tonight My Baby’s Comming Home 8)If Loving You Is Wrong (I Don’t Want To Be Right) 9)I Wish I Could Fall In Love Today 10)I Was Country When Country Wasn’t Cool 11)Years 12)In Times Like These

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Super Hits

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Barbara Mandrell & the Mandrell Sisters – 1981 – Charley Pride & Hoyt Axton

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Get to the Heart: My Story

Get to the Heart: My Story

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To her millions of fans around the world she is beautiful, blond, and talented. A multifaceted performer whose music strikes a chord of truth. A loving wife and mother whose traditional values and tremendous faith touch the heart. But in September 1984 fate placed Barbara Mandrell and two of her children on a Tennessee highway, where a car crossed two lanes of traffic to hit her car head-on…and Barbara Mandrell and her story book life were changed forever.

Here, for the first time, the spirited star who made her professional debut at age eleven who performed with country legends such as Patsy Cline and Johnny Cash, and who was chosen Entertainer of the Year two years running, shares her memories of the accident and her long, painful journey back. This is a chronicle of her remarkable rise to fame, a tribute to the extraordinary family who protected and sustained her. But most of all this is Barbara’s own triumphant story of hard-won survival.

Get To The Heart

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