Phonographic Copyright (p) – Warner Bros. Records Inc.
Record Company – Warner Bros. Inc.
Record Company – Warner Communications
Published By – Combine Music Corp.
Published By – Bobby Goldsboro Music, Inc.
Stevenson's fourth and last chart single, four years after Shambala and My Maria. This one hit 82 on the Billboard singles chart-go C. Stevenson born October 5, 1949 April 28, 1988, born Louis Charles Stevenson, was an American country pop singer and musician, working in a genre now called progressive country. stood for Buckwheat. Stevenson was born in Dallas, Texas, and attended W. Adamson High School with other musicians Michael Martin Murphey, Ray Wylie Hubbard, and Larry Groce. Stevenson - B. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Shop 7 records for sale for album Down to the station by B. Stevenson on CDandLP in Vinyl and CD format. stevenson down to the station. appears unplayed WB fs orig. 8343 1977 May you find yourself in heaven. Down to the Station. Overview . From Graceland to the Promised Land. Hearts Against the Wind. More by B. My Maria. Down To The Station from B. Stevenson 1977 7inch. And other albums from B. Stevenson are available on sale at Recordsale. Down To The to music from B. Stevenson like My Maria, Sunny & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from B. Singersongwriter B. Stevenson the B. reportedly stood for Buckwheat his real first name was Louis was born October 5, 1949 in Dallas, TX. He attended W. Adamson High School with such other future noted musicians as Michael Martin Murphey, Ray Wylie Hub read more. Songs in album B. Stevenson - We Be Sailin' 1975. Stevenson - Way Down By The Ocean. Stevenson - East India Company. Stevenson - Dream Baby. Stevenson - Wastin' Time. Stevenson - Temper, Temper. Stevenson - Hold On. Stevenson - Jerry's Bar And Grill. Stevenson - Cold, Cold Winter. Stevenson - Kokomo. Stevenson - Quits. Listen to American Portraits: B. Stevenson by B
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