and 1963 shows that Phillips and his compatriots had a sense of the broad reach of Rich's talent, if not how to put all the pieces together. Complete Singles Plus is a solid overview of Charlie Rich's early recordings, and if this wasn't his most musically or commercially fruitful period, there are enough solid sides here to confirm that his talent was in place from the start, even if his sense of musical direction wasn't quite so certain.
CD1: Originally issued titles. CD2: Originally unissued titles and alternate takes from Sun sessions. Mistakenly titled 'Philadelphia Bay'.
The Complete Single Plus: The Sun Years 1958-1963. The great Charlie Rich was Sun Records' founder Sam Phillips' last major discovery, coming to the company after three leading members of Phillips' 'Million Dollar Quartet' had defected to other labels. His recordings for Phillips were not massively successful in terms of chart activity. Every track that Phillips issued on Charlie between 1958 and 1962 is included in this collection, amounting to several singles and an album. Although very few of these recordings charted at the time, they do include some of the best music he every made and several of the most important sides in his discography.
The Complete Columbia Album Collection is a box set by country singer Johnny Cash, released in 2012 (see 2012 in music) on Columbia Records and Legacy Recordings. The set consists of 63 CDs, the majority of which are reissues of 59 albums released by Cash during his 1958–1986 tenure with Columbia.
Album titlle: Charlie Rich - Charlie Rocks. Label Bear Family Records. Charlie Rich began a career that spanned more than three decades at the legendary Sun label in Memphis, recording for Sam Phillips. Without question, Rich's earliest work is his most interesting. It is also the rawest, least disciplined and most revealing. Rich was never more prolific as a songwriter than during his formative years at Sun. There is nothing in his later career that wasn't foreshadowed in some manner at Sun. Unfortunately, however, there is much in these earliest recordings that was lost or remained undeveloped in Rich's later work.
Charlie Rich - Greatest Hits CD. CD Album is calculated on a weight 101g-250g -japan 2 CD H93. £2. 9. CHARLIE RICH-LONELY WEEKENDS WITH CHARLIE RICH-JAPAN MINI LP CD Ltd/Ed B63. £1. 0. Charlie rich - too many teardrops-complete groove & RCA rec. 2 CD new. £5. 8. Charlie rich - midnight blue CD new. Charlie Rich - Midnight Blues - The Early Recordings 1958-1960. Feel Like Going Home (The Songs Of Charlie Rich).
Charlie Rich ~ Lonely Weekends - Released 1960. Hope You ENJOY!!! Rich was a session musician for Judd Records, owned by Judd Phillips, the brother of Sun Records founder Sam Phillips. His third single for the Sun subsidiary, Phillips International Records, was the 1960 Top 30 hit, "Lonely Weekends," noted for its Presley-like vocals. None of his seven follow-up singles was a success, though several of the songs became staples in his live set, including "Who Will the Next Fool Be," "Sittin' and Thinkin'," and "No Headstone on My Grave. Unfortunately again for Rich, none of his follow-up singles were successful.
set Charlie Rich singles Charlie Rich remixes. Charles (Charlie) Rich (December 14, 1932 – July 25, 1995) was an American country music singer and musician. His eclectic-style of music was often hard to classify in a single genre, encompassing in the rockabilly, jazz, blues, country, and gospel genres. In the latter part of his life, Rich acquired the nickname The Silver Fox. He is perhaps best remembered for a pair of 1973 hits, "Behind Closed Doors" and "The Most Beautiful Girl". The Most Beautiful Girl" topped the . Complete Singles Plus: The Sun Years 1958-1963Cover. 25. Country, Vintage Country, Oldies.