Don't Close Your Eyes is the second studio album by country music artist Keith Whitley and the last to be released during his lifetime. It was released on May 31, 1988 through RCA Records. After the success of his debut album, . to Miami (1985), Whitley re-entered the studio and began recording a second album with producer Blake Mevis. After its completion, Whitley was unhappy with its production, and he convinced his label to shelve the recordings.
Greatest Hits is country music artist Keith Whitley's first greatest hits album, released a year after his death. It was released in 1990 by RCA Records. It peaked at on the Top Country Albums chart, and was certified platinum by the RIAA. One single was released from it: "'Til a Tear Becomes a Rose", an overdubbed duet with his widow, Lorrie Morgan. It peaked at on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart. Don't Close Your Eyes" (Bob McDill) - 4:09.
Though Keith Whitley displayed his immense talents on his previous albums, it was only in small measures. It wasn't until I Wonder Do You Think of Me, his fourth and final album, that he truly came into his own. The difference between this album and its predecessors is focus. The essential style remains the same, but Whitley has decided to concentrate only on a heart-tugging, gritty honky tonk and to give the record an appropriately straightforward, simple production. The direct approach gives more weight to the sad tales of lost love and drinking and when Whitely died shortly before the.
Keith Whitley - "Don’t Close Your Eyes". After the success of his first album, Whitley went to work on album number two. However, when he took the record to RCA exec Joe Galante, he realized that it wasn’t quite what he wanted it to be, and asked to scrap the record. Galante - in a move that likely wouldn’t be allowed today - allowed Whitley to do just that, and paired him with Garth Fundis, who produced the record. The final solo top 10 from Whitley was another song that tended to take on a new meaning after his death. Released as the third single from I Wonder Do You Think Of Me, this song mirrored George Jones’ He Stopped Loving Her Today, making it an essential moment in his catalog. 1. Keith Whitley - "I’m No Stranger To The Rain". Though few in Music City were aware of just how deep Whitley’s demons ran in his life, the singer never tried to deny that they were there.
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The album, Keith Whitley: A Tribute Album, was released in September 1994 via BNA. It included covers of Whitley's songs from artists such as Alan Jackson, Diamond Rio, and Ricky Skaggs. The album also included four previously unreleased tracks recorded by Whitley in 1987, one of which had Morgan dubbed in as a duet partner. The album also included two original songs: "Little Boy Lost", co-written and sung by Daron Norwood, and "A Voice Still Rings True", a multi-artist song . 1989: I Wonder Do You Think of Me. 1995: Wherever You Are Tonight. 2000: Sad Songs & Waltzes.
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