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Ronnie Dove - Mountain of Love His Greatest Hits


Tracklist


1Mountain Of Love

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  • Barcode: 752211300928

Companies


  • Record Company – AIM – AIM 3009 CD

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Mountain of Love. Ronnie Dove. I Want to Love You for What You Are. Main Album. Mountain of Love: His Greatest Hits. Release Date. Say You. Right or Wrong. Hello Pretty Girl. One Kiss for Old Times Sake. A Little Bit of Heaven. They Can't Love Like You and Me. Mountain of Love is a song written by Harold Dorman. Dorman released his version as a single in 1960. It was originally recorded in late 1959 at the Royal Recording Studios in Memphis before the backing vocals and strings, much later were overdubbed. It performed well, spending 19 weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, peaking at 21 in May 1960, while reaching 7 on the Billboard Hot R&B Sides chart, and 25 on Canada's CHUM Hit Parade. The song was his only top forty hit on the Billboard Hot. If you like this recording, please support Ronnie by purchasing it directly from him on a custom made CD just for you at his website, Ronnie Dove. Released: January 10, 2006. Track Listing. One More Mountain to Climb. My Babe. 7 Tracks. songs table. Popular albums by this artist. The Collection, Part 3. His Best. SongMeanings is a place for discussion and discovery. Greatest Hits. I'll Never Fall in Love Again, Just Call My Name. The Complete Original Chart Hits 1964-1969. 2011 The Dave Cash Collection. He's Got the Whole World in His Hand. Various artists. Valley of Love. Artist: Ronnie Dove Album: Greatest Hits Year: 2005. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. Greatest Hits, 2005. Kiss Away, 02:39. Say You, 02:25. My Babe, 02:27. Let's Start All Over Again, 02:40. Ronnie Dove Format: Audio CD. Next, Mountain of Love A good version of the song but hardly a hit, stopping at 67. Next, Say You, his first charting record that stalled out at 40 on the charts. Then there's Ronnie's 18 hit When Liking Turns To Loving and then two cuts off of his first Diamond lp, a few 70's and 80's country recordings no doubt You're The Reason I'm Living is still the underdub version of the song missing an overdubbed piano part, that original album mix has never turned up on cd. Ronnie Dove Sings the Hits for You is Ronnie Dove's fourth studio album and fifth album release for Diamond Records. It was released in 1966 as D-5006 in mono and SD-5006 in stereo. Mountain of Love would appear as the B-side to a 1968 Ronnie Dove single Never Gonna Cry. However, Mountain of Love would be the side to chart. It did not make the Top 40

Ronnie Dove - Mountain of Love His Greatest Hits
Performer: Ronnie Dove
Genre: Other
Title: Mountain of Love His Greatest Hits
Country: Australia
MP3 album: 1745 mb
FLAC album: 1518 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 853
Source: CD, CD-ROM, Album