Billy Joe Royal was an American country pop artist. His discography consists of 14 studio albums and 37 singles. Of his 37 singles, 16 charted on the . Billboard Hot 100 chart between 1965 and 1978 and 15 charted on the . Billboard Hot Country Songs chart between 1985 and 1992.
Tulsa, Pick Up The Pieces (7", Single, sol). Tulsa (7", Single, Promo, W/Lbl).
Billy Joe Royal - I Knew You When 02:32. Billy Joe Royal - I Gotta Be Somebody 03:07. Billy Joe Royal - Hey Won't You Play 03:18. Billy Joe Royal - Another Saturday Night 02:31. Billy Joe Royal - Campfire Girls 02:11. Billy Joe Royal - Drift Away 03:55. Billy Joe Royal - How Sweet It Is to Be Loved by You 03:01. Billy Joe Royal - Hush 02:23. Billy Joe Royal - If I Could 03:13. Billy Joe Royal - Lavender Blue 02:26. Billy Joe Royal - Let Your Love Flow 02:36. Billy Joe Royal - My Girl 02:53. Billy Joe Royal - Nobody but You 02:34. Billy Joe Royal - On Broadway 02:53.
Hush" is a song written by American composer and musician Joe South, for recording artist Billy Joe Royal, whose single peaked at number 52 on the Billboard Hot 100 on 28 October – 11 November 1967, and No. 45 in Canada. South himself recorded the song in 1968, and included it on his second album, Games People Play. Deep Purple and Kula Shaker had later hits with covers of the song.
Album · 1991 · 10 Songs. More By Billy Joe Royal. See All. Greatest Hits. Riding In Cars With Boys (Music from the Motion Picture). The Best of Billy Joe Royal.
This song is by Billy Joe Royal and appears on the album The Very Best Of Billy Joe Royal - The Columbia Years (1965-1972) (2002). Jamie)(Don't sight) when I left TulsaJamie was an innocent young ladyGod only knows why she gave herselfTo a guy like you. She called me crying and said she was gonna have your babyBut you just turned your back on herLike all cowards doAnd I swore I'd get you.
Billy Joe Royal - Listen to Billy Joe Royal on Deezer. The singer Billy Joe Royal is best known for his 1965 version of the Joe South song 'Down in the Boondocks', a track which had some striking similarities to Gene Pitney's '24 Hours from Tulsa' which had been a hit during the previous year. Royal had originally recorded the song as a demo for his friend South but executives at Columbia Records heard the track and offered Royal a record deal.
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