Dude Mowrey - Dude Mowrey album flac
|Maybe You Were The One||3:33|
|Somewhere In Between||2:54|
|Happy Ever After (Comes One Day At A Time)||3:35|
|What Kind Of Memories Remain||2:51|
|Hold On, Elroy||2:57|
|View From The Bottom||3:34|
|I''ll Never Listen To That Fool Again||3:35|
|Turn For The Worse||2:38|
|07822-18678-4||Dude Mowrey||Dude Mowrey (Cass, Album, Club)||Arista||07822-18678-4||US||1993|
|07822-18678-2||Dude Mowrey||Dude Mowrey (CD, Album)||Arista||07822-18678-2||US||1993|
|07822-18678-2||Dude Mowrey||Dude Mowrey (CD, Album, Club)||Arista||07822-18678-2||US||1993|
Dude Mowrey is a typical 90s country singer - young, good-looking and able to hold a tune, but ultimately fairly bland and anonymous.
This is the eighth track off Dude Mowrey's self-titled album, released in 1993.
From the 1991 album Dude Mowrey - Honky Tonk Uploaded by Donny Barricklo 7-4-12.
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Features Song Lyrics for Dude Mowrey's Dude Mowrey album.
Redirected from Dude Mowrey (album)). Daniel "Dude" Mowrey (born February 10, 1972 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida) is an American country music artist. These albums produced four singles for Mowrey on the Hot Country Songs charts
Daniel "Dude" Mowrey (born February 10, 1972 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida) is an American country music artist. These albums produced four singles for Mowrey on the Hot Country Songs charts.
Daniel "Dude" Mowrey (born February 10, 1972 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida) is an American country music artist. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "Dude Mowrey Album.
Category:Dude Mowrey albums. It should only contain pages that are Dude Mowrey albums or lists of Dude Mowrey albums, as well as subcategories containing those things. Topics about Dude Mowrey albums in general should be placed in relevant topic categories. This category contains albums by Dude Mowrey. Pages in category "Dude Mowrey albums". The following 2 pages are in this category, out of 2 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more). D. Dude Mowrey (album).
Mowrey's debut album, Honky Tonk, was released in 1991. Included on it was the single "Cowboys Don't Cry", as well as "Honky Tonk Song", a song which Tillis initially wrote for Webb Pierce. By 1993, Mowrey had transferred to Arista Nashville, releasing a self-titled album that year, as well as three more singles.