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Ronnie Milsap Live


Ronnie Milsap Live

Artist: Ronnie Milsap
Label: Image Entertainment
1. Introduction
2. Don't You Know How Much I Love You (Michael Stewart / Mike Stewart / Dan Williams)
3. Any Day Now (Burt Bacharach / Bob Hilliard)
4. The What a Difference You've Made in My Life (Archie Jordan)
5. I Wouldn't Have Missed It For the World (Kye Fleming / Dennis Morgan / Charles Quillen)
6. It Was Almost Like a Song (Hal David / Archie Jordan)
7. I'm a Stand by My Woman Man (Kent Robbins / Billy Sherrill / Tammy Wynette)
8. Pure Love (Eddie Rabbitt)
9. There's No Gettin' Over Me (Aldridge / Walt Aldridge / Tom Brasfield)
10. What a Difference You've Made in My Life (Reprise) (Archie Jordan)
11. Woman in Love (Doug Millett / Curtis Wright)
12. Lost in the Fifties Tonight (Fred Parris / Mike Reid / Troy Seals)
13. Snap Your Fingers (Grady Martin / Alex Zanetis)
14. Future Is Not What It Used to Be (Mickey Newbury)
15. Happy Happy Birthday Baby (Gilbert Lopez / Margo Sylvia)
16. All Is Fair in Love and War (Robert Byrne / Tim Nichols)
17. My Babe (Willie Dixon / Mississippi Fred McDowell)
18. Smokey Mountain Rain (Kye Fleming / Dennis Morgan)
19. Stranger in My House (Mike Reid)
20. I'm in Love Again (Dave Bartholomew / Fats Domino)
21. Blueberry Hill (Al Lewis / Vincent Rose / Larry Stock)
22. What'd I'd Say (Ray Charles)
23. Georgia on My Mind (Hoagy Carmichael / Stuart Gorrell)
24. Last Date (Floyd Cramer)
25. Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On (Sunny David / David "Curly" Williams)
26. Lucille (Albert Collins / Richard Penniman / Little Richard)
27. America the Beautiful (Katharine Lee Bates / Samuel A. Ward)
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About New Album

Ronnie’s second live album, spanning over 30 years if hit songs, was released in 2002 for Image Entertainment.

The songs themselves represent the history of Ronnie Milsap’s incredible career. From classic hits such as “Wouldn’t Have Missed It for the World” to Milsap’s forays into blues with “Lost in the Fifties Tonight” and “Snap Your Fingers,” Milsap offers a legendary repertoire. Also included is a seven-song “Piano Man Medley” that turns Milsap loose on the keys; his piano playing is just as much a trademark as his vocals. (AllMusic)