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Let's Go All the Way

Let's Go All the Way

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Artist: Norma Jean
Release: October 1964
Label: RCA Victor Records
Genres: Country
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Length: 30:00
Producer: Bob Ferguson • Chet Atkins
Format: 8-Track • Digital • Vinyl
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Let's Go All the Way is the debut album by the artist Norma Jean, originally from Wellston, Oklahoma and based out of Nashville, Tennessee.

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Music Chronology

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Track Listing[edit]

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All songs written by Norma Jean except where noted.

  1. "Memories from the Past" — 2:36
  2. "It's a Little More Like Heaven" — 2:08
  3. "Unloved, Unwanted" — 2:38
  4. "One Way Ticket to the Blues" — 2:35
  5. "Let's Go All The Way" — 2:44
  6. "Put Your Arms Around Her" — 2:07
  7. "Lonesome Number One" — 2:18
  8. "I Don't Love You Anymore" — 2:25
  9. "I'm a Walkin' Advertisement (For the Blues)" — 2:28
  10. "My Baby's Not Here (In Town Tonight)" — 2:25
  11. "I Thought I Heard You Calling My Name" — 2:33
  12. "Why?" — 2:39

Personnel[edit]

Norma Jean[edit]

Production[edit]

  • Bob Ferguson — Producer
  • Chet Atkins — Producer
  • Chuck Seitz — Engineering
  • Charles McCormick — Co-Writer (Track: 1)
  • George McCormick — Co-Writer (Track: 2)
  • Hoyt Ray Johnson — Co-Writer (Track: 2)
  • Jim Atkins — Co-Writer (Track: 2)
  • Irene Stanton — Co-Writer (Track: 3)
  • Wayne Paul Walker — Co-Writer (Track: 3)
  • Jimmy Dallas — Writer (Track: 4)
  • Dusty Rose — Writer (Track: 5)
  • Bob Morris — Writer (Track: 6)
  • Don Gibson — Writer (Track: 7)
  • Bill Anderson — Writer (Track: 8)
  • Cy Coben — Writer (Track: 9)
  • Charles Cameron Beam — Co-Writer (Track: 10)
  • Charles Lawton Jiles — Co-Writer (Track: 10)
  • Williams Aubrey McCall Jr. — Co-Writer (Track: 10)
  • Lee Emerson — Writer (Track: 10)
  • Dave Burgess — Writer (Track: 11)

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