Wilson Fairchild: Songs Our Dads Wrote

Wilson Fairchild SKU: 31874328
Wilson Fairchild: Songs Our Dads Wrote

Wilson Fairchild: Songs Our Dads Wrote

Wilson Fairchild SKU: 31874328

Format: CD

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Title: Songs Our Dads Wrote
Artist: Wilson Fairchild
Label: BFD
UPC: 819376098425
Genre: Country

(Webster) Country music duo Wilson Fairchild's new album, entitled Songs Our Dads Wrote. The duo, made up of Wil and Langdon Reid, are honoring their fathers, Harold and Don Reid, who are both founding members of the legendary Country Music Hall of Fame quartet, The Statler Brothers. - The collection, which will be released via Sony Red / BFD, features nine tracks originally co-written by Harold and Don Reid. A special Wilson Fairchild penned tribute track, "The Statler Brothers Song," will be included in Songs Our Dads Wrote. Other standout songs on the project include former Statler Brothers hit, "Guilty," originally released in 1983, when it stormed into the Billboard Hot Country Songs top ten. The new version takes on a rootsy feel, with original Statler Brothers member Jimmy Fortune also appearing on vocals.

1.1 Left Handed Woman
1.2 I'll Even Love You (Better Than I Did Then)
1.3 How Are Things in Clay, Kentucky?
1.4 She's Too Good
1.5 Second Thoughts
1.6 Some I Wrote
1.7 Guilty
1.8 A Letter from Shirley Miller
1.9 He Went to the Cross Loving You
1.10 The Statler Brothers Song
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