Dick Lee - Helplessly / Close Your Eyes mp3 flac download
|Title:||Helplessly / Close Your Eyes|
|Date of release:||1953|
|MP3 album size:||1519 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1412 mb|
|Digital formats:||VQF FLAC WAV AC3 WMA MP1 AHX|
Don't Close Your Eyes is the second studio album by country music artist Keith Whitley and the last to be released during his lifetime. It was released on May 31, 1988 through RCA Records. After the success of his debut album, . to Miami (1985), Whitley re-entered the studio and began recording a second album with producer Blake Mevis. After its completion, Whitley was unhappy with its production, and he convinced his label to shelve the recordings.
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Close Your Eyes may refer to: Close Your Eyes, Ewan Morrison Scottish Book of the Year (SMIT) Fiction Prize in 2013. Close Your Eyes (film), or Doctor Sleep, a 2002 film directed by Nick Willing. Close Your Eyes" (Fear the Walking Dead), a television episode. Close Your Eyes, a 2018 Singaporean television series featuring Edwin Goh. Close Your Eyes (band), an American melodic hardcore band. Close Your Eyes (Kurt Elling album), 1995. Close Your Eyes (Bic Runga album), 2016.
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Don't You Close Your Eyes was more successful than Keith Whitley's two previous albums and it's easy to see why. Though the record still suffered from a handful of mediocre songs and a slightly soft production, the overall album was leaner and more direct than Whitley's earlier solo work, showcasing his talent for heartfelt honky tonk singing and his skill for crafting excellent barroom ballads.
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Written-By – Viola Neilson
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- Orchestrated By – Frank Hunter