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  • "I Don't Want You to Go" is the second single from American singer La Toya Jackson's second album My Special Love. It was released on 7" format with the album track "Love Song" as a B-side. Jackson performed "I Don't Want You to Go" on the October 10, episode of "Soul Train".Allmusic reviewer Justin Kantor praised Jackson's vocal performances on the other .
  • Should I Do It, an Album by Tanya Tucker. Released in on MCA (catalog no. MCA; Vinyl LP). Genres: Country.
  • Tanya Denise Tucker is an American country music singer and songwriter who had her first hit, "Delta Dawn", in at the age of Over the succeeding decades, Tucker became one of the few child performers to mature into adulthood without losing her audience, and during the course of her career, she notched a st New content will be added above the current area of focus .
  • Mar 18,  · Tanya Tucker, who burst onto the country music scene at 13 years old in – and was featured on the cover of Rolling Stone just two .
  • Tanya Tucker: I Don't Want You To Go: Bruce Roberts, Allee Willis Baby I'm yours was the third single released from her Changes album. It reached #22 in C&W singles chart. Ort. Carlton 25th Jan Looks like another B-side hit. Next by Artist. Tanya Tucker - Changes / Too Long - Arista - USA () Previous by Artist. Ray Parker Jr.
  • Artist Release Name kindkihulisxotergnassnensfandiameallea.coinfo Label Format Year Country; Tanya Tucker: Tanya Tucker: MCA MCA Records: LP, Album,, US: Tanya Tucker: Tanya Tucker: AS.
  • Changes is the fourteenth album by Tanya Tucker, and her only long-play release on the Arista label. The album only rose to the #47 spot on the Billboard Country charts, with four charting singles released: "Feel Right" was at #10, "Changes" at #41, "Baby I'm Yours" at #22, and "Cry" at # Changes has yet to see a compact disc reissue although "Feel Right", "Baby I'm Yours" and "Changes.
  • This is the album that finally hooked me completely on the music of Tanya Tucker. This album literally jumped in my pocket as I walked through the record store back in and boy am I glad it did. Nashville was shocked that Tanya would try and go pop/rock and even more shocked by the albums's center art/5(68).
  • Tanya was really on the comeback trail when she gave her fans 'Love Me Like You Used To', it's a great album, and one that started to convince those few silly people that Tanya was a serious adult artist, and not just a talented teen from the past who could belt out a good song/5(21).