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Lacy J. Dalton - Jill Croston album download

Lacy J. Dalton
Jill Croston
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Lacy J. Dalton (born Jill Lynne Byrem; October 13, 1946, Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania) is an American country singer and songwriter. She is known for her gritty, powerful vocals, which People Magazine likened to a country equivalent of Bonnie Raitt. Dalton had a number of hits in the 1980s, including "Takin' It Easy," "Crazy Blue Eyes" and "16th Avenue. Though absent from the .

American country singer and songwriter, also known under her former married name Jill Croston, born October 13, 1948, Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania. Aliases: Jill Croston. In Groups: Spirit Of The Forest. Variations: Viewing All Lacy J. Dalton. Dalton, L. J. T. Dalton, . Dalton, Lacy J Dalton, Lacy . alton, Lazy J.

Lacy J. Dalton, who was born as Jill Byrem in Bloomfield, PA (and who also recorded under the married name of Jill Croston), had a bright star on the country music scene for nearly a decade. This show, originally broadcast for the Silver Eagle Cross Country Radio Series, was captured at the Lone Star Roadhouse in New York City by WHN at what was the height of her popularity. Dalton grew up in the mining communities of Pennsylvania, but her first musical love was the early '60s protest music made famous by Bob Dylan and Joan Baez. Dalton was still using her married name when she got her first album on an independent label in the late 1970s. That record helped get her noticed by Nashville producer Billy Sherrill, who signed her to CBS/Sony Nashville, at which time she adopted the name Lacy J. Dalton, taken from the famous outlaws of the Old West.

Discography of Lacy J. The Best Of Lacy J. Dalton - Слушайте Lacy J. Dalton на Deezer. Благодаря потоковой трансляции музыки на Deezer вы можете слушать более 53 млн треков, создавать свои плейлисты и делиться любимыми песнями с друзьями. 16th Avenue (Album Version).

The Last Wild Place Anthology 2006. The Last Wild Place 2004. 16Th Avenue (Vinyl) 1982. Hard Times (Vinyl) 1980. Lacy J. Dalton (Vinyl) 1979. Country Classics 2001. Takin' It Easy (Vinyl) 1981. Greatest Hits (Vinyl) 1983. Dalton 1993. Dalton ( born October 13, 1948 in Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania as Jill Byrem ) is an American country music singer and songwriter. Especially in the 1980s, she was very successful with songs like Takin ' It Easy, Crazy Blue Eyes or 16th Avenue. In 1979 their first album, Crazy Blue Eyes, for which she was nominated by the Academy of Country Music for "Best New Female Vocalist " in the same year. From 1979 to 1990 reached 17 of its titles, the Top 20 on the country charts. The mid-1980s broke their winning streak, the great successes did not want to be set.

Black Coffee" is a song recorded by American country music artist Lacy J. Released in 1990, it was the first single from her album Lacy J. The song reached number 15 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart in June 1990. This was the last of Dalton's singles to chart; as was the case with many other country artists in Dalton's age group, she fell out of favor in the early 1990s.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Good Time Mama Lacy J. Dalton
2 Jamaica Lacy J. Dalton
3 Burnin' Love Lacy J. Dalton
4 Isabella Lacy J. Dalton
5 Higher and Higher Lacy J. Dalton
6 Black Jack Davey Lacy J. Dalton
7 Evenin' Comes Lacy J. Dalton
8 Threw It All Away Lacy J. Dalton
9 Snake Song Lacy J. Dalton
10 Do I Have to Tell You Lacy J. Dalton