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Oak Ridge Boys - Bobbie Sue

Oak Ridge Boys - Bobbie Sue

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    Bobbie Sue is the seventh studio album by the American country group Oak Ridge Boys, released on February 10, 1982 under MCA Records. With a captivating blend of country and rock music, the album showcases the band's hallmark upbeat melodies and impeccable harmonies that had earned them a loyal following. 

    Produced by Ron Chancey, known for his work with esteemed country acts like Waylon Jennings and George Jones, the album exudes a vibrant and dynamic sound. Its lead single, "Bobbie Sue," instantly soared to the top, securing the No. 1 position on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart and climbing to No. 12 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The infectious chorus and playful lyrics about a girl who loves to dance and have fun made "Bobbie Sue" an enduring signature hit for the band.

    In addition to the chart-topping "Bobbie Sue," the album includes other well-received singles like "So Fine" and "I Wish You Could Have Turned My Head (And Left My Heart Alone)," both achieving top 10 positions on the country charts.

    "Bobbie Sue" proved to be a commercial triumph, peaking at No. 8 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart and reaching No. 75 on the Billboard 200 chart. Its success cemented the Oak Ridge Boys' status as prominent figures in the country music scene of the 1980s and further solidified their position as fan favorites. To this day, "Bobbie Sue" remains a cherished album among their devoted audience, showcasing the enduring appeal of the Oak Ridge Boys' spirited and harmonious musical style.


    A1 Bobbie Sue 2:49
    A2 I Wish You Were Here (Oh My Darlin') 3:24
    A3 Doctor's Orders 3:30
    A4 Old Kentucky Song 2:37
    A5 So Fine 2:47
    B1 I Wish You Could Have Turned My Head (And Left My Heart Alone) 3:24
    B2 Back In Your Arms Again 2:58
    B3 Up On Cripple Creek 3:05
    B4 Until You 3:06
    B5 Would They Love Him Down In Shreveport 2:25