Top Jim Ed Brown Albums
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Alone with You
Alone with You
[2016]
In Style Again
In Style Again
[2015]
Jim Ed Sings the Browns
Jim Ed Sings the Browns
[1969]
Remember Me
Remember Me
[1969]
This Is My Beat
This Is My Beat
[1968]
Country's Best On Record
Country's Best On Record
[1968]
Bottle, Bottle
Bottle, Bottle
[1968]
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Cajun Stripper After Dark Ain't Life Sweet All I Had To Do All The World And The Seven Seas Almost Persuaded Alone With You Angel Ann (summertime Again) Arms Of August Baby Again Back To Louisville Battle Of New Orleans Beautiful Lies Because It Couldn't Last Before The Next Teardrop Falls Beyond The Shadow Bottle Hasn't Been Made Bottle, Bottle Bubblegum Bandit Bummin' Around But I Won't But That's All Right Butterfly Circumstantial Evidence City Cries At Night Close Coffee Cup Dang Me Darlin' Dawn In San Antone Days Of Sand And Shovels Dear Heart Detroit City Dime At A Time Don't Let Go Drinking Again Drinking Champagne Easy Lovin' El Paso Evening Every Mile Of The Way Flowers On The Wall Folk Singer Four Seasons Of Life Funny How Time Slips Away Funny Way Of Laughin' Gentle On My Mind Gentle Woman Mine Ginger Is Gentle And Waiting For Me Gods Were Angry With Me Goin' Away Party Going Back To My Baby Tomorrow Going Up To Country Good Brother John Gunfighter Harlequin Melodies Have I Stayed Away Too Long Have I Told You Lately That I Love You Healing Hands Of Time Heartache Killer Hearts Will Be Hearts Heaven Says Hello Help Me Make It Through The Night Here's To Forever Hey Good Lookin' Hold Me Thrill Me Kiss Me Honky Tonk Man Honky Tonkin' How I Love Them Old Songs How Long Does It Take A Memory To Drown How Long Has It Been I Feel A Sin Coming On I Guess I Had Too Much To Dream Last Night I Heard From A Memory Last Night I Just Came From There I Run For My Love I Take The Chance I Won't Go Too Far I Won't Mention It Again I'd Just Be Fool Enough (to Fall) I'd Rather Be Sorry I'd Walk A Country Mile (for A Country Girl) I'll Be There I'll Make The Living I'm Just A Country Boy I've Got A Woman To Lean On I've Just Been Wasting My Time If Her Blue Eyes Don't Get You If Wishes Were Horses If You Were Mine Mary It Doesn't Know Any Better It's That Time Of Night King Of The Road Last Laugh Laying Here Lying In Bed Let It Be Me Let Me Be The One Letter To Daddy Life Is Made Of This Lift Ring Pull Open Longest Beer Of The Night Looking Back To See Love Love In The Hot Afternoon Love Is Worth The Tryin' Love Of The Common People Lovin' Arms Man And Wife Time Meadowgreen Molly Darling Morning Morning After My Friend The Bottle My Friend The Glass My Heart Left Long Ago My New Love Is Ruby Not As A Sweetheart (but Just As A Friend) Now Is The Hour Old Lamplighter Only A Woman Like You Paint Me The Color Of Your Wall Party Girl Pick-me-ups Pop A Top Rainy Jane Regular On My Mind Remember Me (i'm The One Who Loves You) Scarlet Ribbons (for Her Hair) Send Me The Pillow That You Dream On She'll Remember She's Leavin' (bonnie Please Don't Go) Sing Me A Nursery Rhyme Sittin' On The Dock Of The Bay Smaller Than The Bottle Sock It To Me Country Style Sometime Sunshine Southern Loving Summerset Taste Of Heaven Tender Touch Of Love Then I'll Stop Loving You There Goes My Everything They Call The Wind Maria Three Bells To Be Or Not To Be Tom Dooley Too Good To Be True Triangle Unbelievable Love Understand Little Man Wake Me Up In Oklahoma War Is Hell We're Laughing At The World What Does It Take (to Keep A Woman Like You Satisfied) What's A Girl Like You (doing In A Place Like This) Why Can't I Take You Home Wicked Woman's Love Will I Ever Stop Loving You Yesterday You Can Have Her You Comb Her Hair You Don't Have To Say You Love Me You Keep Right On Loving Me You Wear A Smile You've Seen That Look On Me A Thousand Times
Related Information for Jim Ed Brown
James Edward "Jim Ed" Brown (April 1, 1934 – June 11, 2015) was an American country music singer who achieved fame in the 1950s with his two sisters as a member of The Browns. He later had a successful solo career from 1965 to 1974, followed by a string of major duet hits with Helen Cornelius through 1981. Brown was also the host of the Country Music Greats Radio Show, a syndicated country music program from Nashville, Tennessee.Brown and his sisters, Maxine and Bonnie, moved to Pine Bluff, Arkansas as children. They formed a singing group in the early 1950s and also sang individually until 1954, when Jim Ed and Maxine signed a record contract as a duo. They earned national recognition and a guest spot on Ernest Tubb's radio... read more