My Kind of Country is the fifth and final studio album released by American musical duo Van Zant. It was released in 2007 by Columbia Records. It peaked at number 10 on the Top Country Albums chart. The album includes the singles "That Scares Me" and "Goes Down Easy", both of which charted on Billboard Hot Country Songs. Donnie Van Zant - lead vocals, background vocals. Johnny Van Zant - lead vocals, background vocals. Additional Musicians. Robert Bailey - background vocals.
Together (John Farnham and Allison Durbin album). Together is a studio album of duets by Australian pop singers John Farnham (known then as Johnny Farnham) and Allison Durbin, which was released on HMV for EMI Records in September 1971. It peaked at No. 20 on the Australian Go-Set's Albums Chart. Farnham had earlier No. 1 singles with "Sadie" in 1968 and his cover of "Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head" in 1970; he was the reigning 'King of Pop' on Go-Set's popularity polls during 1969–1971
Allison Durbin (born Auckland, New Zealand, 24 May 1950) is a New Zealand-born Australian former pop singer. In the early 1970s, Durbin's visual 'trademark' was her lustrous waist-length auburn hair. I Have Loved Me A Man (1968) Soft and Soulful (1969) I Have Loved Me A Man (EP) (1969) Together (with Johnny Farnham) (1971) Amerikan Music (1972) Born A Woman (1976) Are You Lonesome Tonight (1977) Three Times A Lady (1978) Shining Star (1980) My Kind Of Country (1981) Country Love Songs (1983) The Very Best Of Australia's Queen Of Country Music.
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1971 studio album by Johnny Farnham, Allison Durbin. Together is a studio album of duets by Australian pop singers John Farnham (known then as Johnny Farnham) and Allison Durbin, which was released on HMV for EMI Records in September 1971 Farnham had earlier No. 1 singles with "Sadie" in 1968 and his cover of "Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head" in 1970; he was the reigning 'King of Pop' on Go-Set's popularity polls during 1969–1971 . The second follow up album single was Jeff Barry/Ellie Greenwichs "Friday Kind of Monday" included on the album and was released in March as a double-A side with a cover of Flanagan and Allens, "Underneath the Arches" as Farnham's second single, which peaked at #6.
|A4||It's A Heartache|
|A5||L.A. International Airport|
|A6||Harper Valley P.T.A.|
|A7||He's So Fine|
|A8||Born A Woman|
|B1||That Lovin' You Feeling' Again|
|B2||Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue|
|B3||Tar & Cement|
|B5||On The Inside|
|B6||Are You Lonesome Tonight|
|B7||I Don't Want To Play House|
|B8||You Light Up My Life|
- Recorded At – AAV
- Recorded At – T.C.S. Studios
- Arranged By – Allan Deake* (tracks: B3, B5), Dougie Reece* (tracks: B6), Peter Sullivan (tracks: A1 to B2, B4, B7, B8)
- Design [Cover Design] – John Reszka
- Engineer – Graham Owen*, John French , Ross Cockle
- Producer – Howard Gable
NotesRecorded at: A.A.V. & TCS Studios Melbourne
(c) SEPTEMBER 1981
White cassette shell, white paper labels, black text
|HAM 063||Allison Durbin||My Kind Of Country (LP, Album)||Hammard TV Productions Pty. Ltd.||HAM 063||Australia||1981|