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Thursday, September 9, 2010

Don Chapel

By Praguefrank

1965 Nashville, TN -Don Chapel
001 SHOW ME YOU STILL CARE Sur Speed 197
002 IF IT‘S THE LAST THING I DO Sur Speed 197
003 IS THIS REAL Sur Speed
ca December 1966 Columbia Recording Studio, 804 16th Ave. South, Nashville, TNle, TN -Don Chapel (Producer: Pappy Daily)
005 MU 1228-1 LOOK OUT FLOOR Musicor MU 1228
006 MU 1228-2 ALL TRACK OF ME Musicor MU 1228
007 MU 1256-1 YOU'VE GOT A FIGHT Musicor MU 1256
008 MU 1256-2 WEDDING BAND Musicor MU 1256
ca January 1968 Columbia Recording Studio, 804 16th Ave. South, Nashville, TN -Don Chapel
009 HERE WE AGO AGAIN Epic 5-10292
010 HURTIN' TIME Epic 5-10292
011 FLOWERS AND CANDY Epic 5-10342
012 SUMMER WINDS Epic 5-10342
ca. October 1969 prob. Music City Recorders, 821 19th Ave. South, Nashville, TN – Don and Donna Chapel (Producer: Pete Drake)
013 ST-6911 WE'VE GOT LOVE ST 1519
1970 Nashville, TN – Don Chapel (Poducer: Don Chapman, Nelson Weatherly)
015 MC-2000/Z4KM-6678 WILL I EVER STOP LOVING YOU Metro Country 626-6678
016 MC-2001? /Z4KM-6679 (YOU'RE) JUST LIKE SUMMER Metro Country 626-6678/ Musicountry
018 ? unknown title MC-D45-2002
1970 Nashville, TN – Don Chapel (Poducer: Bobby Boyd)
019 MC-2007 HER LOVE BELONGS TO ME Metro Country MC-D45-2003
020 MC-2008 EVERYBODY HAVE ANTHER ROUND Metro Country MC-D45-2003
Mid 1974 Nashville, T- Don Chapel (Producer: Ken Galloway)
022 Unknown title Delta 1107
Don Chapel recorded after 1974, incomplete info in albums list

Musicountry MCR 2002-25 25 Family Heirlooms: Give Me a Rock; Hands of Time; God's Taking Care of It; Take Me Away; When the Grass Grows Over Me; I'm On the Road; From Here to the Door; Www.gone; Too Much Love; Loving You Is a Way of Life; Dear Friend; My Name Is Freedom; More Love For You; Mommy's Other Man; Gotta Get Hold; Imitate the Man; Will I Ever Stop loving You; Tonight Be My Woman; All Night Long; She's Still Layin Right Here; Here's My Ring; Summer of Your Love; Just Like Summer; Breathin' Love's Mem'rys Away; Slow Groovin'woman – 00 as Don Lloyd Chapel
Musicountry MC 2004-2 It’s All In The Genes: (tracks unknown) – 04
Musicountry no #Love Songs For You: (tracks unknown) – 06
Musicountry no #Ten Of Don’s Originals: (tracks unknown) – 06
Musicountry no # (UPC 884502074185) Don Chapel Sings Anna Marie Burden Songs: Bluemoon Highway; Get Your Dirty Feet Off of My Back; I Love You Anyway; Gonna Get All Over You; Gabriels Trumpet; That Old Hurtin Love; Don't Knock On My Door; I'll Mend My Broken Heart; Get Your Act Together - 09


Sur Speed (1965)
197 Show Me You Still Care / If It‘s The Last Thing I Do - 65
? Is This Real / Before You Change My Mind - 65
Musicor (1967)
MU 1228 Look Out, Floor / All Track Of Me - 01-67
MU 1256 You've Got A Fight / Wedding Band - 08-67 (rev. Aug. 19)
Epic (1968)
5-10292 Here We Ago Again / Hurtin' Time - 03-68
5-10342 Flowers And Candy / Summer Winds - 06-68
Stop (1969)
ST 1519 We've Got Love / Take A Little Good Will Home – 69 w. Donna Chapel
Metro Country (1970)
626B-6678 Will I Ever Stop Loving You? / (You're) Just Like Summer 70
MC-D45-2002 Standing On The Promise Of Your Love / ? - 70
MC-D45-2003 Her Love Belongs To Me / Everybody Have Another Round – 71?
Delta (1974)
1107 In The Palm Of Your Hand / ? – 08-74  (rev. Sept. 7)

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