Billy Currington Doin' Somethin' Right / Billy Currington
2-CD, 2007

Herstellungsland USA
Zeit 76:02
EAN-Nr. 5060001272580
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Plattenfirma/Katalog-Nr. Hump Head Records Limited / HUMP 023
Musikrichtung Country
MS-ID 1387967
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Tracklist

I = Instrumental L = Live B = Bonustrack H = Hidden Track C = Coversong
CD 1
Track Titel Zeit Besonderheit
1. I Wanna Be A Hillbilly 3:06
2. Good Directions 3:35
3. Must Be Doin' Somethin' Right 4:28
4. Why, Why, Why 2:44
5. That Changes Everything 3:59
6. Little Bit Lonely 3:45
7. She's Got A Way With Me 4:44
8. Lucille 4:07 C
9. Whole Lot More 2:31
10. Here I Am 3:41
11. She Knows What To Do With A Saturday Night 3:38
CD 2
Track Titel Zeit Besonderheit
1. I Got A Feelin' 3:10
2. That's Just Me 2:57
3. Hangin' Around 3:15
4. Off My Rocker 3:06
5. Walk A Little Straighter 3:33
6. Where The Girls Are 3:09
7. Time With You 3:39
8. When She Gets Close To Me 3:32
9. Growin' Up Down There 2:57
10. Next Time 3:13
11. Ain't What It Used To Be 3:13

Infos

"Doin' Somethin' Right", 2005
"Billy Currington", 2003

"Doin' Somethin' Right" is the second studio album by American country music singer Billy Currington. It was released in October 2005 via Mercury Records Nashville. The album produced three singles with the songs "Must Be Doin' Somethin' Right", "Why, Why, Why", and "Good Directions", which peaked at numbers 1, 13, and 1, respectively, on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. The album has also been certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). Also included on this album is a cover of Kenny Rogers' hit single "Lucille".

"Billy Currington" is the first studio album by American country music singer Billy Currington. It was released in September 2003 via Mercury Records Nashville. The album produced the singles "Walk a Little Straighter" and "I Got a Feelin'". Both were Top 10 hits on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Songs chart, peaking at numbers 8 and 5 respectively. The song "Ain't What It Used to Be" was later recorded by Megan Mullins, whose version was released as a single in 2006.
(Wikipedia)