17.I Wrote the Songs That Broke Her Heart - (previously unreleased)
18.After Me, After You
Producers: Ray Baker, Jerry Bradley, Charley Pride.
Compilation producers: Cary E. Mansfield, Brian Mansfield.
Recorded between 1987 & 1989. Includes liner notes by Brian Mansfield.
Liner Note Author: Brian Mansfield.
The Very Best of Charley Pride 1987-1989 is a showcase for the singer's "hits" from those two years. This material is taken from his albums After All This Time, I'm Gonna Love Her on the Radio, and Moody Woman, the two biggest hits being "Shouldn't It Be Easier Than This" (number five on the country charts 1987) and "Have I Got Some Blues for You" (number 14 on the country charts in 1987). A bonus for Pride fans are the four unreleased tracks: "I Wrote the Songs That Broke Her Heart," "Nickels and Dimes and Love," "Woman Can," and "That Ol' Gravel Road (Was Easy Street)." Those wanting Pride's biggest hits would be better served by RCA Country Legends. ~ Al Campbell
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