Charlie Rich - Lady Love





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Published on Oct 23, 2010

I first came across this song on Kazaa and was mighty impressed. My previous experience of listening to Charlie's Groove Records recordings came from the four songs in The Essential Charlie Rich. The songs, Let Me Go My Merry Way, River, Stay 'Way from My Door, There Won't Be Anymore and Big Boss Man, were, of course, great, but Lady Love is one where I said to myself (as I was listening to the song): "How can this be so unknown?"

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Max Brand
There is anotherr song he did on groove called She Loved Everybody But Me and this is close to him sounding like Elvis on that song and his groove records may had been his berst session work before he would find success on Epic which of course he would score several hits for that label. Some of his early work is really good. 
Cecilia Spena
Pls, listen to the italian cover by Rita Pavone (Scrivi)! You won't regret it
This was released about the time the British Invasion hit the states. It was a regional hit in the south, and that was pretty much it. It's a great song, and a lot of good American music - especially soul - got lost during the first half year to a year of the British Invasion.
@cwestlake Wow, that's great! I have figured for a while now (if not longer) that Charlie wrote a lot of songs. It's always surprising to find who wrote what. Sometimes, you'll want to know who wrote a specific song, and the only ways to find out are to look it up and ask. Sometimes, you might hear something you think a certain person wrote, when someone else did instead. Thanks for that fact!
@CharlieAndRonnie Charlie wrote the song. 
I have no idea who wrote this (don't have it), but this was a single from Groove Records released on 1964. Once again, Charlie Rich put feeling into this, and as always, it was all about the quality! R.I.P. 7/25/95
Samuel Machado Filho
Quem conhece a versão italiana gravada por Rita Pavone, "Scrivi" (e a brasileira, por Cidinha Santos, depois Cíntia, com o nome de "Escreve") vai se sirpreender ao saber que foi este saudoso cantor country americano quem a compôs e gravou originalmente, em 1964! Confira.
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