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Freddie Hart - Why Leave Something I Cant Use (Vinyl)

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  1. A "Easy Loving" also peaked at No. 17 on the Billboard Hot , No. 31 on the Canadian RPM Adult Contemporary Tracks chart and No. 21 on the RPM Top Singles chart.; The Heartbeats. Freddie Hart first used the name Heartbeats, a play on his last name, as his backing on a one-off album credited to Freddie Hart and the Heartbeats, but after his smash hit Easy Loving .
  2. Written-By – Freddie Hart: A6: The Hurt Feels So Good Written-By – Freddie Hart: B1: Loving You Again Written-By – Bill Anderson (2) B2: Why Should I Cry Over You Written-By – Z. Clements* B3: Love Can Make Or Break A Heart Written-By – Freddie Hart: B4: Excuse Me For Living Written-By – Hugh X. Lewis 5/5(1).
  3. May 30,  · Frederick Segrest (December 21, – October 27, ), known professionally as Freddie Hart, was an American country musician and songwriter best known for his chart-topping country song and lone pop hit "Easy Loving," which won the Country Music Association Song of the Year award in and Hart charted singles from to , and later .
  4. Hart was born Fred Segrest on December 21, , in Loachapoka, Alabama. He was one of 15 children from a poor sharecropper's family that struggled to provide enough food for its members, but shared a love of music and the Grand Ole Opry. Hart began playing guitar at the age of five, and joined the Civilian Conservation Corps at
  5. Oct 27,  · Frederick Segrest (December 21, – October 27, ), known professionally as Freddie Hart, was an American country musician and songwriter best known for his chart-topping country song and lone pop hit "Easy Loving," which won the Country Music Association Song of the Year award in and Hart charted singles from to , and later .
  6. Freddie Hart was born Fred Segrest on December 21, , in the small town of Loachapoka, Alabama. The town of Loachapoka is a short drive from Auburn, where wealthy, old money southern kids go to earn college degrees and train for the good ol' boys country club, but although it is close geographically, in culture and class Loachapoka might as.
  7. Get all the lyrics to songs by Freddie Hart and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.
  8. Hart was one of 10 boys and five girls born to a family of sharecroppers. He left school at the age of 12 and started working for his parents. When he was only 15, he lied about his age - and his parents signed the papers - so that he could join the marines.
  9. K WHY LEAVE SOMETHING I CAN‘T USE? K K I LOST ALL MY TOMORROWS K K HOLD ON TO HER K ca October [no ] Buck Owens Studios, North Chester Ave., Bakersfield, CA – Freddie Hart (Producer: Buck Owens) [purchased masters] WITHOUT YOU Capitol /ST ST BACM .

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