Chiseled In Stone / Alone - Vern Gosdin

Chiseled In Stone / Alone
Vern Gosdin was nicknamed "The Voice" by his peers. He had 19 top-ten solo hits on the Country music charts from the late 1970s through to the early 1990s. Chiseled in Stone : Gosdin signed with Columbia in 1987. He had success right off the bat with Do You Believe Me Now. He hit No. 1 with a tribute to Ernest Tubb called Set 'Em Up Joe. "Chiseled in Stone,"won the Country Music Association's Song of the Year award in 1989.

Alone was an album in a traditional country style and included his final number-one hit: I'm Still Crazy . Three more made the Billboard top 10: Right in the Wrong Direction, That Just About Does It and Is It Raining at Your House.


"A painfully slow heartbreaker, this is aching majesty and deep, cleansing pain conveyed by one of the greatest country voices of all time." Alan Cackett (Maverick - September/October 2012)
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Code: TBIRDAM028
Weight: 200
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Chiseled In Stone - Do You Believe Me Now / Tight As Twin Fiddles / Is It Raining At Your House / Set 'Em Up Joe / There Ain't Nothing Wrong (Just Ain't Nothing Right) / Chiseled In Stone / Who You Gonna Blame It On This Time / It's Not Over Yet / Nobody Calls From Vegas Just To Say / Hello / I Guess I Had Your Leavin' Coming / Alone - That Just About Does It / Take Me Home To Alabama / I'm Still Crazy / Paradise '83 / Do Me A Favor / Tanqueray / Alone / Right In The Wrong Direction / I'm Only Going Crazy / You're Not By Yourself
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Release Date: 15/07/2013
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