Sweethearts Of The Rodeo ‎– Buffalo Zone - Mint (Sealed) Lp Record 1990 USA Original Vinyl - Country

Sweethearts Of The Rodeo ‎– Buffalo Zone - Mint (Sealed) Lp Record 1990 USA Original Vinyl - Country

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Sweethearts Of The Rodeo ‎– Buffalo Zone
Columbia ‎– C 45373
Vinyl, LP, Album
Folk, World, & Country
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A1     Uphill All The Way

    Written-By – Don Schlitz, Janis Gill

A2     He Doesn't Tell Me Anything

    Written-By – Austin Roberts, Charlie Black, Tommy Rocco

A3     You Look At Love That Way

    Written-By – Don Sampson, Skip Ewing

A4     This Heart

    Written-By – Tim Mensy, Tony Haselden

A5     Hard Road To Go

    Written-By – Don Schlitz, Janis Gill, Steve Buckingham

B1     What It Does To Me

    Written-By – Janis Gill

B2     Blue Sky

    Written-By – Janis Gill, Wendy Waldman

B3     I Don't Want You To Know

    Written-By – Don Schlitz, Janis Gill

B4     Don't Wake Me Up

    Written-By – Don Schlitz, Paul Overstreet

B5     Como Se Dice (I Love You)

    Written-By – Janis Gill, Matraca Berg

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    Recorded At – Nightingale Studio
    Recorded At – The Doghouse
    Mastered At – Georgetown Masters


    Accordion – Joey Miskulin
    Art Direction – Bill Johnson (12)
    Backing Vocals – Curtis Young, Harry Stinson, Ricky Skaggs
    Bass – Tom Robb
    Bass [Upright] – Roy Huskey*
    Design, Illustration – Dennas Davis
    Drums – Eddie Bayers
    Engineer – Marshall Morgan
    Engineer [Assistant] – Brad Jones (2), Gary Paczosa, Jeanne Kinney
    Fiddle – Mark O'Connor
    Guitar – Albert Lee, Mark Casstevens, Tim Mensy
    Guitar, Mandolin – Steve Gibson
    Guitar, Producer – Steve Buckingham
    Guitar, Producer [Associate] – Janis Gill
    Keyboards – Pete Wasner, Phil Naish
    Mastered By – Denny Purcell
    Production Manager [Production Assistant] – Beth Mallen
    Steel Guitar, Dobro – Paul Franklin
    Vibraphone – Farrell Morris

Recorded at Nightingale Recording Studio & The Doghouse Recording Studio.
Mastered at Georgetown Masters.

We tip our hats to "The Byrds" for the original Sweetheart Of The Rodeo album. It was the inspiration for our name.