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Melba Montgomery

Melba Montgomery
Real name
Melba Joyce Montgomery
Born
October 14, 1938
Country
United States
IPI
00021324046
Comments
Country music singer and songwriter born in Tennessee and raised in Alabama.
Family
Carl Montgomery Brother
Earl Montgomery Brother
Jack Solomon Husband (...-2014)

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Originals

Title Performer Release date Covered by
November 1965 Dallas Frazier
January 1971 (5 artists)
March 1964 (4 artists)
February 1966 (7 artists)
January 1975 (2 artists)
November 1965 Jack Greene, Jeannie Seely
1962 Norma Jean
August 1967 Hacienda Brothers
December 1964 (3 artists)
April 1974 David Rogers
I'd Jump the Mississippi George Jones & Melba Montgomery 1964 Unverified
1962 (2 artists)
October 1973 (2 artists)
September 1963 (4 artists)
July 1966 The Traditional Grass
November 1966 Tammy Wynette and George Jones
August 1967 Dallas Frazier
November 1966 Ray Lynam & Philomena Begley
October 1975 Conway Twitty
July 1971 (3 artists)
September 1970 (5 artists)
Somewhere, Somenight (I'll Find My Baby) Melba Montgomery 1965 Unverified
August 1967 Hacienda Brothers
November 1963 The Two Dollar Pistols with Tift Merritt
1967 (2 artists)
March 1963 (17 artists)
September 1963 Jimmy and Betty Cleveland
August 1964 Suzanne Prentice
October 1973 Frankie Stevens

Covers by Melba Montgomery

Title Performer Release date Originally by
1966 Rex Allen and The Arizona Wranglers with Jerry Byrd
July 1971 Loretta Lynn & Conway Twitty
November 23, 2012 Smilin' Eddie Hill & His Boys
April 1977 Evie Sands
1992 Andy Williams [US]
January 1971 Carl Smith
January 1971 Dorothy Pay
October 1973 Tanya Tucker
May 27, 2008 Loretta Lynn
March 1964 Bill Monroe and His Bluegrass Boys
May 27, 2008 Hank Williams with His Drifting Cowboys
May 27, 2008 Carl Butler
1992 Barbara Mandrell
1967 Dallas Frazier
November 1966 Jean Moorhead and Lou Wills, Jr.
November 1963 George Jones and Virginia Spurlock
October 1969 Buck Owens
January 1971 Bill Nash
May 27, 2008 Bill Nash
May 27, 2008 Gene Arnold
1992 Ray Price
October 1969 Harlan Howard
May 27, 2008 Kris Kristofferson
1982 George Jones
January 1971 Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton
March 1964 Hank Williams with His Drifting Cowboys
May 1970 Merle Haggard and The Strangers
December 1964 George Jones
May 27, 2008 Hank Williams with His Drifting Cowboys
May 27, 2008 Don Gibson
May 27, 2008 Carl Smith
1982 (unknown), Hank Williams with His Drifting Cowboys
October 1969 Johnny Duncan
1982 Jody Miller and Johnny Paycheck
October 1969 Carl Belew & His Rock Crushers
October 1969 The Four Preps - Orchestra arranged and conducted by Leon Russell
1982 Jimmy Work
September 14, 1999 George Jones and Brenda Carter
October 1969 Billie Jo Spears
November 1963 Kathy Dee
October 1969 Tammy Wynette
January 1971 The Louvin Brothers
April 1974 Tina & Mommy (Tammy Wynette, Tina Jones)
March 1964 Dusty Owens and Donna Darlene with The Rodeo Boys
July 1971 Ken Marvin
1982 Johnny Rodriguez
March 1964 Carl Sauceman and the Green Valley Boys
March 1964 Buster Carter and Preston Young
October 1973 Bill Anderson and Jan Howard
April 1975 Kitty Wells
1982 Wanda Jackson
May 1970 Buck Owens
February 1966 Chester Smith
September 14, 1999 George Jones & Melba Montgomery
August 1964 George Jones & Melba Montgomery
January 1971 George Jones & Melba Montgomery
July 1971 Tammy Wynette
January 1971 Barbara Fairchild
July 1971 The Louvin Brothers
October 1973 Kris Kristofferson
1964 Eddie Eddings and The Country Gentlemen
February 1966 George Jones
1964 Rose Maddox
September 25, 2001 Hank Williams with His Drifting Cowboys

Songs written by Melba Montgomery

Original songs

Title Written by Originally by Original date Covered by
Don't Keep Me Lonely Too Long Melba Montgomery Melba Montgomery December 1965 Covered by (7 artists)
Happy You Lonely Me Melba Montgomery Melba Montgomery 1962 Covered by Norma Jean
Hello Heart Melba Montgomery, Billy Yates George Jones August 1996 Covered by The Lucky Tomblin Band
Honky Tonk Baby Melba Montgomery, Billy Yates Billy Yates 1997 Covered by Zona Jones
I Can't Get Used to Being Lonely Melba Montgomery Melba Montgomery June 1964 Covered by (3 artists)
I'd Follow You Anywhere Melba Montgomery, Jim Lauderdale Jim Lauderdale 2001 Covered by The Derailers
I'm Not over You Melba Montgomery, Carl Jackson Carl Jackson - John Starling and The Nash Ramblers 1990 Covered by Rhonda Vincent
Life Beyond Death Earl Montgomery, Melba Montgomery Melba Montgomery May 1966 Covered by The Traditional Grass
Living on Easy Street Earl Montgomery, Melba Montgomery George Jones & Melba Montgomery May 4, 1966 Covered by Tammy Wynette and George Jones
Out of Control Raging Fire Melba Montgomery, Kostas Tracy Byrd with Dawn Sears November 1992 Covered by (2 artists)
Suppose Tonight Would Be Our Last George Jones, Melba Montgomery George Jones & Melba Montgomery November 1963 Covered by The Two Dollar Pistols with Tift Merritt
We Must Have Been out of Our Minds Melba Montgomery George Jones & Melba Montgomery January 8, 1963 Covered by (17 artists)
What Do You Say to That Melba Montgomery, Jim Lauderdale Jim Lauderdale February 10, 1998 Covered by (2 artists)
Why Does the Lady Cry Melba Montgomery Melba Montgomery August 1964 Covered by Suzanne Prentice
Wrap Your Love Around Me Melba Montgomery, Jack Solomon Melba Montgomery October 1973 Covered by Frankie Stevens

Releases

Albums

Title Performer Release date Label
Baby, You've Got What It Takes Charlie Louvin & Melba Montgomery July 1971 Capitol Records
Being Together Gene Pitney & Melba Montgomery January 1966 Musicor Records
Bluegrass Hootenanny George Jones and Melba Montgomery March 1964 United Artists Records
Blue Moon of Kentucky George Jones & Melba Montgomery February 1966 United Artists Records
Close Together (As You and Me) George Jones & Melba Montgomery November 1966 Musicor Records
Don't Keep Me Lonely Too Long Melba Montgomery May 1970 Capitol Records
Don't Let the Good Times Fool You Melba Montgomery April 1975 Elektra
Down Home Melba Montgomery August 1964 United Artists Records
Do You Know Where Your Man Is Melba Montgomery 1992 Playback Records
Hallelujah Road Melba Montgomery July 1966 Musicor Records
I Can't Get Used to Being Lonely Melba Montgomery 1964 United Artists Records
I'm Just Living Melba Montgomery August 1967 Musicor Records
I Still Care Melba Montgomery 1982 Phonorama
Let's Get Together George Jones & Melba Montgomery 1967 Musicor Records
Melba Montgomery Melba Montgomery April 1977 United Artists Records
Melba Montgomery Melba Montgomery October 1973 Elektra
No Charge Melba Montgomery April 1974 Elektra
Queens of Country Music Dottie West - Melba Montgomery 1965 Starday Records
Singing What's in Our Hearts George Jones and Melba Montgomery November 1963 United Artists Records
Somethin' to Brag About Charlie Louvin & Melba Montgomery January 1971 Capitol Records
Studio 102 Essentials Melba Montgomery May 27, 2008 Suite 102
The Big, Wonderful Country World of Melba Montgomery Melba Montgomery October 1969 Capitol Records
The Greatest Gift of All Melba Montgomery October 1975 Elektra

Singles

Title Performer Release date Label
Afraid George Jones & Melba Montgomery 1966 United Artists Records
Baby Ain't That Fine Gene Pitney and Melba Montgomery November 1965 Musicor Records
Did You Ever Charlie Louvin & Melba Montgomery January 1971 Capitol Records
Don't Keep Me Lonely Too Long Melba Montgomery February 1966 Musicor Records
Don't Let the Good Times Fool You Melba Montgomery January 1975 Elektra
I Can't Get Used to Being Lonely Melba Montgomery December 1964 United Artists Records
I'm No Longer in Your Heart Melba Montgomery 1962 Nugget [US]
Let's Invite Them Over George Jones and Melba Montgomery September 1963 United Artists Records
Multiply the Heartaches George Jones and Melba Montgomery November 1964 United Artists Records
No Charge Melba Montgomery April 1974 Elektra
Something to Brag About Charlie Louvin & Melba Montgomery September 1970 Capitol Records
We Must Have Been out of Our Minds George Jones & Melba Montgomery March 1963 United Artists Records
Your Picture (Keeps Smiling Back at Me) Melba Montgomery 1962 Nugget [US]

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