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Friday, June 4, 2010

Gary Apple

By Praguefrank

February 1978 Nashville, TN – Gary Apple (Producer: Gary Apple, Richard Gordon, Fred Foster)
001 R2S-4771 SHOOT 'EM UP COWBOY Monument 45-261/MG-7625
February 1978 Nashville, TN – Gary Apple (Producer: Gary Apple, Richard Gordon, Fred Foster)
002 YOU'RE NOT FOOLING ME Monument MG-7625
003 TAKING THE EASY WAY OUT Monument MG-7625
005 RIGHT WHERE SHE WANTS ME Monument 45-261/MG-7625
006 GINNY IT'S FOR YOU Monument 45-254/MG-7625
007 I WANNA COME BACK HOME Monument MG-7625
008 MARY LOU Monument MG-7625
009 HOLDIN' ONTO LOVE Monument MG-7625
February 1978 Nashville, TN – Gary Apple (Producer: Gary Apple, Richard Gordon, Fred Foster)
010 R2S-4794 I CAN LIVE WITHOUT YOUR LOVE Monument 45-254/MG-7625

Monument MG-7625 The First One's Free: Shoot 'Em Up Cowboy; You're Not Fooling Me; Taking The Easy Way Out; You're Not Gonna Break My Heart; Right Where She Wants Me; I Can Live Without Your Love; Ginny, Its For You; I Wanna Come Back Home; Mary Lou; Holdin' Onto Love – 05-78

Monument (1978)
45-254 Ginny, It's For You / I Can Live Without Your Love – ca. 05-78
45-261 Right Where She Wants Me / Shoot 'Em Up Cowboy – ca. 09-78

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