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Larry Butler - Nashville P.M. flac album Performer: Larry Butler
Title: Nashville P.M.
Style: Country
Released: 1976
Country: US
MP3 album: 1637 mb
FLAC album: 1499 mb
Rating: 4.2
Other formats: MMF MP1 RA ADX VOX AUD AC3
Genre: Folk / World music

The Gambler is the sixth studio album by Kenny Rogers, released by United Artists in December 1978. One of his most popular, it has established Rogers' status as one of the most successful artists of the 1970s and 1980s. The album was produced by Larry Butler. Its popularity has led to many releases over the years.

Butler began his career at the age of six with the Harry James And His Orchestra; at age ten he sang with Red Foley, and before he was old enough to drive he had hosted his own radio show and played piano on The Lynn Toney Show. He eventually joined a Florida band, Jerry Woodward and the Esquires. While on a trip to Nashville, he met a noted publisher/producer, Buddy Killen of Tree International. In 1963, with Killen's encouragement, Butler moved to Nashville

Larry Butler was a country music producer/songwriter. In 1963, with Killen's encouragement, Butler moved to Nashville with only a few dollars in his pocket. Soon his unique style of piano playing supported such hits as "Hello Darlin" by

The first single he produced, "Seven Lonely Days", became a Billboard Top-20 Country single for Jean Shepard in 1969. Moving on to CBS Records at the urging of legendary producer Billy Sherrill, Butler worked closely with Johnny Cash producing some of his biggest hits in the 1970s. Eventually Butler left UA and started his own independent company, Larry Butler Productions. His acts included Charlie Rich ("You're Gonna Love yourself In The Morning"), Mac Davis ("It's Hard To Be Humble"), Debby Boone ("Are You On The Road To Loving Me Again"), Billie Jo Spears ("Blanket On The Ground"), Don McLean ("Crying"). and John Denver ("Some Days Are Diamonds"). 1980 brought Butler to the spotlight again with his Grammy for Producer of the Year and solidified his reputation as a hit maker.

Larry Butler (producer). Larry Butler (March 26, 1942 – January 20, 2012) was a country music producer/songwriter. From the mid-1970s through the 1980s, he worked with Kenny Rogers. Many of his albums with Rogers went either gold or platinum and accumulated many millions of sales around the world. These albums include Kenny Rogers (1976), The Gambler (1978), Gideon (1980) and I Prefer The Moonlight (1987). Rogers and Butler maintained a friendship outside of show business. Butler also produced Rogers' 1993 album If Only My Heart Had A Voice. He also participated in Rogers 2006 retrospective DVD The Journey

From the mid-1970s through the 1980s, he worked with Kenny Rogers. Larry Butler (producer) history. Larry Butler (producer) encyclopedia. Larry Butler (producer) facts. Larry Butler (March 26, 1942 – January 20, 2012) was a country music producer, songwriter.

Opry Country Classics at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville on Thursday, April 4, 2019. Hosted by Larry Gatlin. Artists: Pam Tillis, Rhonda Vincent, Larry Gatlin & The Gatlin Brothers – more to be added. See the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville on Wednesday, April 3, 2019. Lineup includes: Dailey & Vincent, Larry Gatlin & The Gatlin Brothers – more artists to be announced.

Larry Butler & Friends from Larry Butler (1977) (LP). More Albums by Larry Butler. Memories Of Hank Williams Sr. - Volume 2Larry Butler. Memories Of Hank Williams S. arry Butler. And FriendsLarry Butler. A Thing Called LoveLarry Butler. Nashville . Larry Butler. High Noon (Do Not Forsake Me)Larry Butler. Music From The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack 'Tess'Larry Butler. Theme From "Stay Hungry"Larry Butler. Honey, Lady MadonnaLarry Butler.

Tracklist

A Nashville P.M. Instrumental 3:16
B Nashville P.M. Instrumental 3:16

Notes

DJ Promo

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
UA-XW895-Y Larry Butler Nashville P.M. (Instrumental) | Misty Blue ‎(7", Single) United Artists Records UA-XW895-Y US 1976