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Norma Jean Sings a Tribute to Kitty Wells

Norma Jean Sings a Tribute to Kitty Wells

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Artist: Norma Jean
Release: October 1966
Label: RCA Victor Records
Genres: Country
Recorded:
Length: 27:26
Producer: Bob Ferguson
Format: Vinyl
Purchase: Amazon

Norma Jean Sings a Tribute to Kitty Wells is the fourth album and fifth release 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]

All songs written by Norma Jean except where noted.

  1. "It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels" — 2:21
  2. "Amigos Guitar" — 2:32
  3. "I Heard the Jukebox Playing" — 1:58
  4. "Three Ways (To Love You)" — 2:27
  5. "Mommy for a Day" — 2:16
  6. "Searching (For Someone Just Like You)" — 2:07
  7. "Meanwhile, Down at Joe's" — 2:23
  8. "Making Believe" — 2:34
  9. "I'll Repossess My Heart" — 1:52
  10. "You Don't Hear" — 2:10
  11. "Heartbreak U.S.A." — 2:15
  12. "I Don't Claim to Be an Angel" — 2:31

Personnel[edit]

Norma Jean[edit]

Production[edit]

  • Bob Ferguson — Producer
  • Chuck Seitz — Engineering
  • Jim Malloy — Engineering
  • J.D. Miller — Writer (Track: 1)
  • John D. Loudermilk — Co-Writer (Track: 2)
  • Kitty Wells — Co-Writer (Tracks: 2-3)
  • Roy Bodkin — Co-Writer (Track: 2)
  • Linda Baggett — Co-Writer (Track: 3)
  • Webb Pierce — Co-Writer (Track: 3)
  • Eve Jay — Co-Writer (Track: 4)
  • Julius Dixon — Co-Writer (Track: 4)
  • Alvis E. Owens, Jr. — Co-Writer (Track: 5)
  • Harlan Howard — Co-Writer (Track: 5), Writer (Tracks: 7, 11)
  • Murphy M. Maddux, Jr. — Writer (Track: 6)
  • Jimmy Work — Writer (Track: 8)
  • Paul Yandell — Writer (Track: 9)
  • Jerry Huffman — Co-Writer (Track: 10)
  • Tom Cash — Co-Writer (Track: 10)
  • Jack Anglin — Co-Writer (Track: 12)
  • Johnnie Anglin — Co-Writer (Track: 12)
  • Johnny Wright — Co-Writer (Track: 12)

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