Pride, Farewell to Adra from Bill Pursell () (7''). More Albums by Bill Pursell. I Walk The Line, Our Winter LoveBill Pursell. The Sweat SoundBill Pursell. Our Winter LoveBill Pursell. Bump Me Baby (El Cumbanchero), NowBill Pursell. And The Nashville Sweat Band & AidesBill Pursell. Loved, StrangerBill Pursell.
American Pride is the fourteenth studio album by the country music band Alabama, released in 1992 by RCA Records. It included the singles "I'm in a Hurry (And Don't Know Why)", "Take a Little Trip", "Hometown Honeymoon" and "Once Upon a Lifetime". I'm in a Hurry" was a Number One hit for the band, while the other singles all reached the Top Five on the . Between the Two of Them" was later released as a single by Tanya Tucker from her 1994 album Fire to Fire.
Our Winter Love - Bill Pursell 1963. LAURA PURSELL & BILL PURSELL Perform "I'll be seeing you". Bill Pursell - Heartbeat. Bill Pursell - Crying. The Piano Magic Of Bill Pursell "Our Winter Love" 1963 My Extended Version! Our Winter Love.
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Listen to music from Bill Pursell like Our Winter Love and Silent Night. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Bill Pursell. Pursell was born in Oakland, California, USA and raised in Tulare. He studied composition in Baltimore and arranged for the .
Farewell, Farewell Pride. Composed on Feb. 19th, 1989. Lyrics: Farewell, farewell, pride. Song in: I Shall Give You. Found something wrong? Please tell us! Use the issue report form. Back to top. All rights reserved under CC BY-NC-ND . All rights reserved under Creative Commons license .
Pianist Bill Pursell enjoyed a brief career as a pop composer in the 1960s, scoring a Top Ten hit with 1963's "Our Winter Love. A native of California, Pursell first studied music composition in Baltimore before serving in the . Air Force during World War II, where he arranged for the military band. After the war, he continued his musical studies, and in 1953 his symphonic poem "Christ Looking Over Jerusalem" won the inaugural Edward B. Benjamin Prize. Pursell's music was in the instrumental adult contemporary pop style and the album featured arrangements by Bill Justis and was conducted by Grady Martin. Though he would never again achieve such a degree of success as a solo artist, he spent much of the '60s behind the scenes playing on and arranging sessions by Johnny Cash, Marty Robbins, Willie Nelson, Joan Baez, and many more.