Classics is a duet album by Kenny Rogers and Dottie West, released in 1979. This album was Kenny Rogers' and Dottie West's second album together. Their previous album, Every Time Two Fools Collide, was a major seller, and made them one of the biggest duet acts country music has ever seen. This album was no different.
Album · 1963 · 12 Songs. Patsy Cline & Dottie West.
Country Girl Singing Sensation. Country Girl Singing Sensation.
Single by Dottie West. from the album Country Girl. It was released March 1968 as the first single and title track from the album Country Girl. The song peaked at number 15 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart. In addition, "Country Girl" became West's first song to chart among the Canadian RPM Country chart, reaching a peak of number 5. West wrote the song with Red Lane. West would be recruited in 1973 to write and sing jingles for Coca Cola commercials after an associate of McCann-Erickson Advertising heard "Country Girl" (see Country Sunshine)
Country Girl (Dottie West album). Country Girl is an album released by country music singer Dottie West in 1968. This album was released subsequent to the success of the track "Country Girl" as a single, "Country Girl" having reached on the Billboard Country charts and becoming a signature song of West's. West would be recruited in 1973 to write and sing jingles for Coca-Cola commercials after an associate of McCann-Erickson Advertising heard "Country Girl" (see "Country Sunshine").
Country Girl is an album released by Country music singer, Dottie West in 1968. West would be recruited in 1973 to write and sing jingles for Coca Cola commercials after an associate of McCann-Erickson Advertising heard "Country Girl" (see Country Sunshine). The Country Girl album peaked at on the "Top Country Albums" chart in 1968.
After the 1968 LP Country Girl, West teamed with Don Gibson for a record of duets, Dottie and Don, featuring the number two hit "Rings of Gold" released in 1969. The album was her last with Atkins, and she followed it in 1970 with two releases, Forever Yours and Country Boy and Country Girl, a collection of pairings with Jimmy Dean. Around the time of Have You Heard Dottie West, released in 1971, she left her husband Bill and, in 1972, married drummer Byron Metcalf, who was 12 years her junior.
RCA Country Legends: Dottie West 2001. Are You Happy Baby - The Dottie West Collection 76-84 1997. Country Sunshine 1974. Country And West 1970. Once You Were Mine 1981. Special Delivery 1980. Dottie Sings Eddy 1969.