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Top Johnny Tillotson Albums
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A Ship of Love - Single
A Ship of Love - Single
[2022]
Words & Music
Words & Music
[2022]
Next to You - Single
Next to You - Single
[2022]
Johnny Tillotson - In Concert at Little Darlin's Rock 'n' Roll Palace (Live) - EP
Johnny Tillotson - In Concert at Little Darlin's Rock 'n' Roll Palace (Live) - EP
[2021]
Church Street Station Presents: Johnny Tillotson (Live In Concert) - EP
Church Street Station Presents: Johnny Tillotson (Live In Concert) - EP
[2021]
Back in Love with You
Back in Love with You
[2021]
Here I Am
Here I Am
[2019]
Johnny Tillotson on Broadway
Johnny Tillotson on Broadway
[2018]
Unforgettable
Unforgettable
[2017]
Travelin' on Foreign Grounds
Travelin' on Foreign Grounds
[2014]
Italiano: Johnny Tillotson Sings Italian
Italiano: Johnny Tillotson Sings Italian
[2013]
Raining In My Heart
Raining In My Heart
[2010]
His Very Best
His Very Best
[2009]
American Legend: Johnny Tillotson
American Legend: Johnny Tillotson
[2008]
Johnny Tillotson: The Early Years
Johnny Tillotson: The Early Years
[2003]
Johnny Tillotson Sings Love Songs and Standards
Johnny Tillotson Sings Love Songs and Standards
[2003]
The Ep Collection
The Ep Collection
[2000]
Johnny Tillotson Sings the Golden Hits
Johnny Tillotson Sings the Golden Hits
[1998]
Talk Back Trembling Lips / The Tillotson Touch
Talk Back Trembling Lips / The Tillotson Touch
[1991]
Johnny Tillotson
Johnny Tillotson
[1972]
The Christmas Touch
The Christmas Touch
[1966]
Sings
Sings
[1966]
No Love at All
No Love at All
[1966]
That's My Style
That's My Style
[1965]
The Tillotson Touch
The Tillotson Touch
[1964]
You Can Never Stop Me Loving You
You Can Never Stop Me Loving You
[1963]
Talk Back Trembling Lips
Talk Back Trembling Lips
[1963]
Country Classics
Country Classics
[1962]
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I'm A Worried Guy Worry On The Sunny Side Of The Street Winter Wonderland Danke Schoen Just One Time I've Got You Under My Skin Blowin' In The Wind Tomorrow Jimmy's Girl Please Don't Go Away Without Your Sweet Lips On Mine Take This Hammer My Little World Me Myself And I (these Things We Do) Then I'll Count Again All Alone Am I Why Do I Love You So Jailer Bring Me Water Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye This Ole House Pledging My Love Your Mem'ry Comes Along Cold Cold Heart Take Good Care Of Her Sufferin' From A Heartache Race Is On Yellow Bird I Can't Stop Loving You Today I Started Loving You Again Blue Velvet No Love At All What Am I Gonna Do Another You Oh Lonesome Me Heartaches By The Number That's Love Silver Bells Things That's When It Hurts The Most Willow Tree She Understands Me I Can't Help It (if I'm Still In Love With You) Judy Judy Judy Funny How Time Slips Away Out Of My Mind Empty Feeling You Can Never Stop Me Loving You Countin' My Teardrops Worried Guy Come Softly To Me Venus It Keeps Right On A-hurtin' True True Happiness Lonesome Town Princess Princess Donna Well I'm Your Man Tears On My Pillow I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry She Even Woke Me Up To Say Goodbye Rhythm Of The Rain Poetry In Motion Busted Little Boy Red Roses For A Blue Lady Without You Send Me The Pillow You Dream On I Rise I Fall Always I'm Watching My Watch In The Summertime (you Don't Want My Love) To Be A Child Again Talk Back Trembling Lips Island Of Dreams Hey Girl Earth Angel What Am I Living For Remember The Good White Christmas Dreamy Eyes
Related Information for Johnny Tillotson
Johnny Tillotson (born 20 April 1938 in Jacksonville, Florida, USA) is an American singer and songwriter. He enjoyed his greatest success in the early 1960s, when he scored 9 top-ten hits on the pop, country and adult contemporary billboard charts including "Poetry In Motion" and the self-penned "It Keeps Right On A-Hurtin'". In 1957 while still in high school, Tillotson was making records and performing on stage; as a student at the University of Florida, he had his own musical variety show on regional television. Following graduation in 1959 with a Bachelor's Degree in Journalism and Communications, he signed with Cadence Records and moved to New York City to pursue his music career. In 1960, he record... read more