- Released: March 14, 2006
- Originally Released: 2000
- Label: Collectables Records
Description by OLDIES.com:
The Gatlin Brothers broke through to both Country and major Pop success in the late '70s and they're still great favorites today. Larry - the lead vocalist - was a background singer for Elvis when Country singer Dottie West discovered him. The two complete albums included here were originally released on Columbia; included is the 1984 #1 Country hit, "Houston", as well as two bonus tracks.
- 1.She Used To Sing On Sunday
- 2.Can't Take It With You
- 4.Hard Workin' Hands
- 5.My Last Love Song
- 6.In Like With Each Other
- 7.Someone Else's Day
- 8.Good Wilbur
- 9.You Wouldn't Know Love
- 10.What Are We Doin' Lonesome
- 11.Houston (Means I'm One Day Closer To You)
- 12.Dream That Got A Little Out Of Hand
- 13.Daylight Lovin' Time
- 14.It Takes One To Know One
- 15.When The Night Closes In
- 17.Not Tonight, I've Got A Heartache
- 18.If You're Ever Down And Out
- 19.It's Me
- 20.The Lady Takes The Cowboy Everytime
- 21.Take Me To Your Lovin' Place
- 22.She Used To Be Somebody's Baby
2 LPs on 1 CD: HOUSTON TO DENVER (1981)/NOT GUILTY (1984).
Originally released on Columbia (37464)/Columbia (39291). Includes liner notes by Mark Marymont.
Personnel: Larry Gatlin (vocals, guitar).
Two of Larry Gatlin's excellent early-'80s albums, Houston to Denver and Not Guilty, are combined on this single compact disc. Although many of the best songs, including "She Used to Sing on Sunday," "Houston (Means I'm One Day Closer to You)," "The Lady Takes the Cowboy Everytime," and "Denver," have been featured on various greatest-hits packages, these albums work well as individual records and are worth acquiring for any Larry Gatlin fan. ~ Al Campbell