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Too Many Teardrops: The Complete Groove & RCA Recordings ()


Charlie Rich signed to RCA once his contract with Sun expired in 1963. Sam Phillips didn't provide much oversight at Sun, a situation Chet Atkins was determined to fix at RCA. Atkins placed Rich at RCA's revived R&B-oriented imprint and had Charlie record his specialty -- a swinging, stylish hybrid of soul, jazz, country, pop, and rock & roll. A jumping cover of Jimmy Reed's "Big Boss Man" was released as the first single in late 1963, but it went nowhere, and neither did its breezy 1964 successor, "Nice and Easy," the lack ...

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  1. Big Boss Man
  2. Are You Still My Baby
  3. Turn Around & Face Me
  4. Big Jack
  5. If I Knew Then What I Know Now
  6. River, Stay 'Way from My Door
  7. She Loved Everybody But Me
  8. Share Your Love with Me
  9. Let Me Go My Merry Way
  10. Like Someone in Love
  11. Nice and Easy
  12. Lady Love
  13. The Ways of a Woman in Love
  14. Rosanna
  15. I'm Right Behind You
  16. Tomorrow Night
  17. No Room to Dance
  18. I've Got You Under My Skin
  19. Ten Dollars & a Clean White Shirt
  20. Tragedy
  21. Too Many Teardrops
  22. There Won't Be Anymore
  23. One More Mountain (One More River)
  24. It's All Over Now
  25. The Grass Is Always Greener
  26. Why, Oh Why
  27. I Need a Thing Called Love
  28. It Just Goes to Show (You Never Know About Love)
  29. My Mountain Dew
  30. I Don't See Me in Your Eyes Anymore
  31. The Big Build Up
  32. She Called Me Baby
  33. I'm Gonna Sit Right Down & Write Myself a Letter
  34. Now Everybody Knows
  35. Ol' Man River
  36. Twelfth of Never
  37. Gentleman Jim
  38. Is Goodbye That Easy to Say
  39. (My Friend Are Gonna Be) Strangers
  40. Christmas Greetings
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