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Bobbie Gentry - I'll Never Fall In Love Again: The Best Of (2015)

28-03-2015, 17:10
Music | Folk | Country | Pop | Rock

Bobbie Gentry - I'll Never Fall In Love Again: The Best Of (2015)

Artist: Bobbie Gentry
Title Of Album: I'll Never Fall In Love Again: The Best Of
Year Of Release: 2015
Genre: Folk/Pop/Rock/Country
Label: Spectrum Music
Quality: MP3 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 64:22
Total Size: 149 MB

1. Lookin' In (4:38)
2. Marigolds And Tangerines (2:42)
3. Billy The Kid (2:02)
4. Let It Be Me (Glen Campbell) (2:02)
5. Sermon (2:34)
6. Parchman Farm (2:57)
7. Sunday Best (2:42)
8. Courtyard (2:54)
9. He Made A Woman Out Of Me (2:30)
10. I Saw An Angel Die (2:55)
11. Tobacco Road (2:46)
12. Reunion (2:34)
13. The Girl From Cincinnati (3:29)
14. Okolona River Bottom Band (2:55)
15. Chickasaw County Child (2:43)
16. All I Have To Do Is Dream (Glen Campbell) - 2003 Remaster (2:31)
17. Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head - From Butch Cassidy & The Sundance Kid (3:02)
18. Touch 'em With Love (2:01)
19. Fancy (4:12)
20. I'll Never Fall In Love Again (2:50)
21. Mississippi Delta (3:02)
22. Ode To Billie Joe (4:12)

Bobbie Gentry (born July 27, 1944) is an American singer-songwriter. She was born Roberta Lee Streeter to Portuguese parents in Chickasaw County, Mississippi. She shot to international fame in the summer of 1967 with the quirky and intriguing Ode to Billie Joe, written by Gentry and sung in her warm, captivating style. “Ode” was listed as the most popular single of the year in many U.S. record surveys and was admired by Frank Sinatra and other singers.

Early years:
Gentry spent her childhood living with her father in Greenwood, Mississippi, where she attended elementary school and began teaching herself to play the guitar, the bass guitar, and the banjo. In her early teens, she moved to Palm Springs, California, to live with her mother, Ruby Bullington Streeter, graduating from Palm Springs High School in 1962. It was during this time that the teenage Roberta settled on the stage name “Bobbie Gentry,” and began performing at local country clubs, encouraged by no less a Palm Springs celebrity than Bob Hope.

After a short career as a Las Vegas showgirl, Gentry moved to Los Angeles, attended UCLA (where she was a philosophy major) and worked clerical jobs while occasionally performing in local nightclubs. She later transferred to the Los Angeles Conservatory of Music to hone her composition and performing skills.

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