Top Ricky Nelson Albums
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The Complete Epic Recordings
The Complete Epic Recordings
[2014]
Down the Line
Down the Line
[2014]
EP's and Singles
EP's and Singles
[2013]
Just Ricky Nelson
Just Ricky Nelson
[2013]
You Can't Please Everybody
You Can't Please Everybody
[2013]
Hello, Mary Lou
Hello, Mary Lou
[2013]
The Calm Ricky Nelson
The Calm Ricky Nelson
[2013]
Greatest Love Songs
Greatest Love Songs
[2008]
Ricky
Ricky
[2001]
More Songs By Ricky / Rick Is 21 (Bonus Tracks)
More Songs By Ricky / Rick Is 21 (Bonus Tracks)
[2001]
Legacy
Legacy
[2000]
Stay Young: The Epic Recordings
Stay Young: The Epic Recordings
[1993]
The Legendary Masters Series, Vol. 1
The Legendary Masters Series, Vol. 1
[1990]
Playing To Win
Playing To Win
[1981]
Rudy the Fifth
Rudy the Fifth
[1971]
In Concert (The Troubadour, 1969)
In Concert (The Troubadour, 1969)
[1970]
Rick Sings Nelson
Rick Sings Nelson
[1970]
Perspective
Perspective
[1968]
Another Side of Rick
Another Side of Rick
[1967]
Country Fever
Country Fever
[1967]
Bright Lights & Country Music
Bright Lights & Country Music
[1966]
Love and Kisses
Love and Kisses
[1965]
The Very Thought of You
The Very Thought of You
[1964]
For Your Sweet Love
For Your Sweet Love
[1963]
Rick Nelson Sings For You
Rick Nelson Sings For You
[1963]
Ricky Sings Again (Expanded Edition) [Remastered]
Ricky Sings Again (Expanded Edition) [Remastered]
[1959]
Ricky Nelson
Ricky Nelson
[1958]
Ricky (Expanded Edition) [Remastered]
Ricky (Expanded Edition) [Remastered]
[1957]
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Poor Little Fool Red Balloon Lonesome Town A Wonder Like You Be-bop Baby Never Be Anyone Else But You Stood Up Travelin' Man Young World I Will Follow You (i'd Be A) Legend In My Time Be Bop Baby Big Chief Buffalo Nickel Bridge Washed Out Call It What You Want Everytime I See You Smiling Everytime I Think About You Five Minutes More Fools Rush In For Your Sweet Love Garden Party Give 'em My Number Good Rockin' Tonight I Wanna Be With You I'm Confessin' (that I Love You) Let It Bring You Along Nearness Of You One Boy Too Late Palace Guard Pick Up The Pieces Salty Dog Blues Send Me Somebody To Love So Long Mama Someday (you'll Want Me To Want You) Something You Can't Buy That's All She Wrote The Loser Babe Is You What Comes Next You Don't Love Me Anymore (and I Can Tell) There's Nothing I Can Say A Happy Guy Don't Leave Me This Way You're My One And Only Love The Very Thought Of You You Are The Only One Yes Sir That's My Baby Have I Told You Lately That I Love You Dream Lover Right By My Side You Are My Sunshine I'm Not Afraid For You I Got A Feeling Old Enough To Love Mighty Good A Teenager's Romance I Wanna Be Loved Tell Laura I Love Her Teenage Idol Life String Along We Go Together Fools Rush In (1963) Waitin' In School (1958) Fadeaway Garden Party (1972) It's Up To You That's All Sweeter Than You It's All In The Game Again So Long I'm Walkin' Believe What You Say It's Late She Belongs To Me Just A Little Too Much Everlovin' My Bucket's Got A Hole In It I'm Confessin' Do You Know What It Means To Miss New Orleans Easy To Be Free Am I Blue? Summertime Baby Won't You Please Come Home Here I Go Again Today's Teardrops Break My Chain Proving My Love True Love I Need You Lucky Star Glory Train (Remastered) I'm Feelin' Sorry Since I Don't Have You My Rifle, My Pony And Me (Remastered) Young Emotions Stars Fell On Alabama There's Not A Minute There's Good Rockin' Tonight
Related Information for Ricky Nelson
Eric Hilliard "Ricky" Nelson, later known as Rick Nelson (May 8, 1940 –December 31, 1985), was an American singer, musician, and Golden Globe-nominated actor. With more than 50 Hot 100 hits, Nelson was second only to Elvis Presley as the most popular rock and roll artist of the 1950s and 1960s.BiographyEarly yearsBorn in Teaneck, New Jersey, he was the younger son of Ozzie Nelson, the leader of a big band, and Harriet Hilliard Nelson, the band's singer. Along with brother David Nelson, the family starred in the long-running radio and television series The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet from 1944 to 1954 on the radio, and 1952 to 1966 on television. However, David and Ricky Nelson did not join the cast until 1949; for.. read more