David Houston – Where Love Used to Live / My Woman’s Good to Me (1968/2018) [FLAC 24bit/96kHz]

David Houston – Where Love Used to Live / My Woman’s Good to Me (1968/2018)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | Time – 30:49 minutes | 704 MB | Genre: Country
Studio Master, Official Digital Download  | Front Cover | © Columbia – Legacy

Born and raised in Bossier City, Louisiana, country singer David Houston whose lineage included Sam Houston and General Robert E. Lee became a regular on The Louisiana Hayride as a teenager. Apparently his soaring tenor voice wasn’t totally appreciated; he found trouble getting work in the music business, and ended up as an insurance underwriter. But record producer Billy Sherrill brought Houston into the fold when Epic Records was still a young label (the early ’60s), and Houston brought the company its first real hit with “Mountain of Love.” In 1966 he broke through to major status with “Almost Persuaded,” which netted a pair of Grammy Awards and brought pop recognition as well. A member of The Grand Ole Opry since 1971, he racked up 28 hit records over a decade, including duets with Tammy Wynette and Barbara Mandrell.

01. Where Love Used to Live
02. Before You Travel On
03. The One Rose That’s Left In My Heart
04. A Fallen Star
05. Lullaby to a Little Girl
06. My Woman’s Good to Me
07. That’s All I Want from You
08. I Walk Alone
09. Serenade of the Bells
10. David’s Song
11. Sweet Lovin’