Joe And Eddie - Walkin' Down The Line / With You In Mind / You Were On My Mind / Depend On Yourself download mp3 album
Composed By – Jackie De Shannon. Composed By – Sylvia Fricker.
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You Were on My Mind" is a popular song written by Sylvia Fricker in 1962, in a bathtub in a suite at the Hotel Earle in Greenwich Village. She wrote it in the bathroom because "it was the only place. the cockroaches would not go". It was originally performed by Fricker and her future husband Ian Tyson as the duo Ian & Sylvia, and they recorded it in 1963 for their 1964 album on the Vanguard label, Northern Journey. It was published in sheet form by M. Witmark & Sons of New York City in 1965
Through their television appearances, Joe and Eddie were introduced to Gene Norman, president of GNP Crescendo Records, and then co-owner of the Crescendo and Interlude nightclubs, who assisted in launching their career. It was through Norman that Joe and Eddie recorded their first single and, by 1962, their first album, Exciting Folk Duo: Joe & Eddie (re-released after Gilbert's death as Down to Earth). After the release of their first album, Joe and Eddie appeared on more television shows, including The Tonight Show, The Lively Ones, Hootenanny, and The Jackie Gleason Show . Live In Hollywood (1965 GNP 2007). Walkin' Down The Line (1965 GNP 2014). The Magic of Their Singing (1966 GNP 2021).
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Always on My Mind" is a love song by Johnny Christopher, Mark James, and Wayne Carson first recorded by . Thomas in 1970, and first released by Gwen McCrae (as "You Were Always on My Mind") in 1972. Brenda Lee also released a version in 1972. The song has been a crossover hit, charting in both the country and western and pop categories.
Through their television appearance, Joe and Eddie were introduced to Gene Norman, president of GNP Crescendo Record C. and then co-owner of Crescendo and Interlude nightclubs, who assisted in launching their career. Norman was impressed with not only their unique style, but their handsome and youthful look. He knew their looks would capture the younger crowd. After the release of their first album, Joe and Eddie received numerous invitations to appear on even more television shows, including The Tonight Show, The Lively Ones, and The Jackie Gleason Show. Celebrities such as Danny Kaye and Jackie Gleason were giving a good word for the duo and creating even more publicity for them. Walkin' Down The Line. The Magic Of Their Singing. The Best of Joe & Eddie (1967); later re-released on CD with additional tracks.
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