Thank You World is the tenth studio album by American country music group The Statler Brothers. It was released in 1974 via Mercury Records. The album peaked at number 36 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. Side 1. "Thank You World" (Don Reid, Lew DeWitt) – 3:07. City Lights" (Bill Anderson) – 3:15. Sweet Charlotte Anne" (D. Reid) – 2:25. Left-Handed Woman" (D. Reid, Harold Reid) – 2:14. The Blackwood Brothers by The Statler Brothers" (D. Reid) – 3:50. Cowboy Buckaroo" (Mason Williams) – 3:19.
I wanna thank you world for lettin' me belong I'm just one fourth of one small group that sings your songs I know that there are others who have served in bigger ways All I can do is sing your music all my days. It makes me grateful just to know, to know that I can be Unique and fill a spot beside the other three Without a place here in this world, I know that I'd be lost Thank you world for lettin' me contribute to the cause. 05 Blackwood Brothers by the Statler Brothers.
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The Statler Brothers. Whatever Happened To Randolph Scott?, 01:54. Carry Me Back, 03:15. Thank You World, 03:09. Susan When She Tried, 03:00.
Thank you world – (1974). First time on cd for this one, too. Features a song that has become one of the most asked about in the STATLER catalog – The Blackwood Brothers by the Statler Brothers. Written by Don, it tells of the STATLERS’ heroes and musically salutes the Blackwoods through the mention of their many southern gospel hits. Sons of the motherland – (1974). AMEN – This was the Statler Brothers’ last studio album recorded in May of 2001. It includes songs written not only by Harold, Jimmy and Don, but also by their second generation. Harold’s son and daughter, Wil and Kim, along with Don’s sons, Debo and Langdon, are represented on this final album as the wonderful songwriters they truly are.
9. Susan When She Tried. The Gospel Music of the Statler Brothers, Vol. 1. 2010. See All. Live and Well.
The Statler Brothers were an American country music, gospel, and vocal group formed in 1955. Despite the name, only two members of the group (Don Reid (4) and Harold Reid) are actual brothers and none has the surname of Statler. They named themselves after a brand of facial tissue they had noticed in a hotel room. In 1964, they began singing backup for Johnny Cash.