Who Won the 1974
CMAs Album Of The Year

Charlie Rich

("Very Special Love Songs")

1973 CMAs Album Of The Year Winner
1975  Winner

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1974 CMAs Album Of The Year Winner Charlie Rich News

Former Arizona coach Charlie Ragle enjoying do-over at California

AZCentral.com
“It was more, for me, Rich wants to be involved in the special teams, which he's the head coach and that's his connection to the team as well to coach those guys, so I understood it. It's just my ability to put my brand on it and give myself a chance ...

1974 CMAs Album Of The Year Winner Charlie Rich News

Lee Ann Womack cuts loose on new album

The Tennessean
Thomas Wolfe was wrong: You can go home again. Just ask Lee Ann Womack. For the first time in her career, the country singer, who's lived in Nashville since the early 1990s, returned to Texas to record an album. The result, “The Lonely, the Lonesome ...

1974 CMAs Album Of The Year Winner Charlie Rich News

Review: Isaac Hayes, 'The Spirit of Memphis (1962-1976)'

Sarasota Herald-Tribune
Obscure gems include a pair of Hayes-Porter songs recorded by Charlie Rich years before “Behind Closed Doors” made him a country star. Of course, Hayes himself would also have hits with country songs — done in his own funk-soul fashion — in the years ...

1974 CMAs Album Of The Year Winner Charlie Rich News

Hooked on Sonics: David Fincher, Composer Jason Hill Bend Sound and Time on 'Mindhunter'

Billboard
Among the tunes that made it in are Don McLean's “Crying” (1978), David Bowie's “Right” (1975), Charlie Rich's “Almost Persuaded” (1974) and the Talking Heads' “Psycho Killer” (1977). “I didn't feel the songs should be about one's taste in music as ...

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