In June 1974 Dottsy Brodt (born April, 6th 1954 in Seguin, Texas) went to Nashville to record some demos and producer Roy Dea, impressed with the results, secured her a contract with RCA
Securing her place in the growing number of females in country music in the 1970s Dottsy is still performing, playing dates mainly in her home state.
In 1979 she made a very successful appearance at the Wembley International Festival of Country Music and also appeared on television in Scotland with Scottish country superstar Sydney Devine.
The track ‘Tryin’ To Satisfy You’ was written especially for Dottsy by Waylon Jennings who lends his backing vocals and guitar picking to the track.
Features her two albums “The Sweetest Thing” (1976), “Tryin’ To Satisfy You” (1979) plus six bonus tracks.
Includes 11 chart singles.
Dottsy’s RCA recordings available for the first time on CD.
THE SWEETEST THING
1. I’LL BE YOUR SAN ANTONE ROSE
2. IF I ONLY HAD THE WORDS (TO TELL YOU)
3. WE STILL SING LOVE SONGS HERE IN TEXAS
4. THERE IS A PLACE
5. LYING IN MY ARMS
6. THE SWEETEST THING (I’VE EVER KNOWN)
7. A GOOD LOVE IS LIKE A GOOD SONG
8. STORMS NEVER LAST
9. FOLLOW ME
10. JUST REMEMBER WHO YOUR FRIENDS ARE
TRYIN’ TO SATISFY YOU
11. SLIP AWAY
12. IT SHOULD HAVE BEEN EASY
13. SO HARD LIVIN’ WITHOUT YOU
14. TRYIN’ TO SATISFY YOU
15. LYING IN MY ARMS
16. SOMEBODY BEEN LOVING HER
17. (AFTER SWEET MEMORIES) PLAY BORN TO LOSE AGAIN
18. I JUST HAD YOU ON MY MIND
19. WIN SOME, LOSE SOME, LONESOME
20. I’M NOT TRYING TO FORGET
21. IF YOU SAY IT’S SO
22. LOVE IS A TWO-WAY STREET
23. SEND ME THE PILLOW YOU DREAM ON
24. EVERYBODY’S REACHING OUT FOR SOMEONE
25. HERE IN LOVE
26. WHEN I’M GONE