Jim Ed Brown – Country’s Best On Record (1968/2018) [FLAC 24bit/96kHz]

Jim Ed Brown – Country’s Best On Record (1968/2018)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/96 kHz | Time – 30:56 minutes | 704 MB | Genre: Country
Studio Masters, Official Digital Download  | Front Cover | © RCA – Legacy

Jim Ed Brown came to fame as a member of the ’50s vocal group the Browns, where he was the band’s lead male vocalist. In 1965, when the group was still together, he embarked on a solo career that would eventually eclipse the success of the Browns. Brown began his solo career in 1965, two years before the Browns disbanded. Initially, he didn’t have much success and just scraped the bottom of the country Top 40. Once the Browns disbanded, Brown began to have more substantial hits, beginning with the number 18 single “You Can Have Her,” which was a cover of the Roy Hamilton hit. That was followed by the beer-drinking anthem “Pop a Top,” which climbed to number three. Although his next single, “Bottle, Bottle,” reached number 13, Brown didn’t have any major hits for the rest of the ’60s.

01. Tom Dooley
02. Dang Me
03. El Paso
04. Funny Way of Laughing
05. Detroit City
06. Gentle On My Mind
07. Almost Persuaded
08. King of the Road
09. Big Bad John
10. Flowers On the Wall
11. Battle of New Orleans