Crystal Gayle: Nobody’s Angel 1988 CD-New 44.99


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Crystal Gayle: Nobody’s Angel 1988

Nobody’s Angel is an album by the American country music singer Crystal Gayle. Released in September 1988, the album peaked at #63 on the Billboard Country Albums Chart.

Born January 9, 1951, in Paintsville, Kentucky, Crystal Gayle moved with her family to Wabash, Indiana, when she was still quite young. Her music career was given a big boost by her older sister, country superstar Loretta Lynn. Loretta thought that Crystal’s real name of Brenda Gail Webb was not quite “classy” enough, and after noticing a sign for the Krystal restaurant chain, she changed the “K” to a “C” and her sister became Crystal Gayle. She recorded her first hit song, “I’ve Cried the Blue (Right Out of My Eyes)”, in 1970, which peaked at #23. In 1974 she signed with United Artists Records and producer Allen Reynolds. Over the next two years she released three albums and had several hit songs, including “This Is My Year for Mexico”, “I’ll Do It All Over Again”, “Wrong Road Again” and “I’ll Get Over You”, her first #1. The next year, 1977, would prove to be a landmark year for her, with the release of her album “We Must Believe in Magic” and the worldwide smash hit, “Don’t It Make My Brown Eyes Blue”, which–along with her almost floor-length hair–made her a household name.

Track listing
1. “Nobody’s Angel” Karen Brooks, Randy Sharp 3:06
2. “Prove Me Wrong” Vince Gill, Don Schlitz 2:59
3. “Old Habits Die Hard” Graham Lyle, Terry Britten 3:37
4. “Tennessee Nights” Shawna Harrington-Buckhart, Jan Buckingham 3:28
5. “When Love Is New” Beth Nielsen Chapman 3:11
6. “Hopeless Romantic” Billy Vera 4:04
7. “Love May Find You” Wendy Waldman, Eric Kaz 3:17
8. “Love Found Me” (with Dennis Locorriere) Troy Seals, Eddie Setser 3:45
9. “Heat” Tom Campbell, Hugh Prestwood 3:23
10. “After the Best”

Video: Crystal Gayle – Nobody’s Angel 1984

Additional information

Weight 5 oz
Dimensions 7 × 7 × 1 in