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01 Doncha?
02 Crazy In The Heart
03 Like A Time Bomb
04 Fooled Around And Fell In Love
05 Love It Out On Me
06 In Over My Heart
07 You´re Mine Tonight
08 A Great Work Of Art
09 Hunger For You
10 Banging My Heart Against The Wall
11 One For The Money
12 Echoes In My Heart
13 So Much For Love
14 One Of Those Days
15 Walk Of Life
16 Let's Do It Again
17 Changes
18 Everybody Loved Us
19 Come To Me
20 Some Bridges Never Burn
T.G. Sheppard was one of the most popular and successful of the country-pop singers of the 1970s and 1980s.
He scored an impressive 14 number one country hits with a further 15 that also made the top ten, with several including Devil In The Bottle, I Loved ’Em Every One, Only One You and Finally, crossing over to the pop charts.
He changed labels in 1985, moving to Columbia. This saw not only a change in his sound, but also a change in his chart fortunes. After just missing the top 20 with Fooled Around And Fell In Love (a remake of the Elvin Bishop hit), he returned to the top 10 with Doncha? and In Over My Heart. All three singles were taken from LIVIN’ ON THE EDGE. This was a more funky, occasionally soulful approach, which suited his sexy croon perfectly on such sensual song as Hunger For You and Love It Out Of Me. Producer Hall made full use of his own stable of songwriters including Walt Aldridge, Tom Brasfield, Mac McAnally and Robert Byrne, who would all re-emerge on Nashville’s Music Row a few years down the line.
Staying with Rick Hall in Muscle Shoals, he recorded ONE FOR THE MONEY, scoring his last top ten hit with the title song in 1987. Again there was a definite soul and r&b feel to the music with the best tracks being the Vince Gill and Don Schlitz penned ballad Come To Me, Wayland Holyfield’s Some Bridges Never Burn and the reflective One Of Those Days, a co-write by Sheppard and Mac McAnally.
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