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George Strait had a #1 hit back in 1983 with this single from his album "Strait From The Heart".
Other songs with this same album cover below are also found on this album.
Terry Stafford and Paul Frasier co-wrote this song and Stafford recored it in 1973 and had a top 30 hit. This song was actually a B-side to a song called "Say Has Anybody Seen My Gypsy Rose", which was the A-Side when Staffed released the single in June of 73. By October, they realized Amarillo By Morning was getting more airplay, so they re-released the single and flipped sides, putting Amarillo By Morning on the A-Side.
George Strait recorded the song in 1982 for his album "Strait From The Heart" and released the single in 1983, scoring a #4 hit on the country charts in the US and hit #1 in Canada.
Chris Ledoux also covered the song before George Strait back in 1975.
This song was one of four songs recorded at the very beginning of George Strait's career, even before he had a recording contract way back in 1981. It was Feb, and George entered the Waxwork Recording Studio in Berry Hill Tennessee.
Unwound, Blame It On Mexico, Perfect Mind and Nobody In His Right Mind Would Have Left Her were recorded. Blame It On Mexico was recorded later in June of 1981.
This song was the title of the 17th album released by George Strait in Apr of 1997.
This song was released in May and peaked at #1 on the country charts.
From his 1995 album, "Strait Out Of The Box", George scored another #1 hit with the release of this song in both Canada and the US.
There was a music video also for this song.
George Strait pure country for sure.
This song was written by Texan Bruce Robison, brother of Charlie Robison.
George Strait put this number on his 2003 album Honkytonkville, and the song peaked at #6 in 2004 on the US Country charts.
One of those cool George Strait guitar songs to learn acoustically.
George Strait co-wrote this tune with his son George Strait Jr (a.k.a. Bubba) and Dean Dillon, who wrote "Unwound" for George way back in 1981.
This song peaked at #37 on the country charts in 2012.
Dean Dillon has co-written several songs that George Strait recorded and this is another one. This was the lead single from the 1993 album of the same name and reached #1 on the country charts.
The song also crossed over onto the Billboard Hot 100 reaching #71 on that chart.
Although George Strait has accumulated many #1 hits over the years, he had to start with his first, and this song was it from way back in 1982.
This song hails from his 2nd album as the first album did not product any #1 hits.
Some of these early songs are truly George Strait pure country at it's finest.
This was the song that broke Conway Twitty's record of 40 No hits by becoming the #41st hit back in 2006 of George Strait pure country hits.
This song was a #1 for George Strait in 1993 and was also the soundtrack for the movie Pure Country. The song was the second single from the album.
George Strait starred in the film as Dusty Chandler about a small town country artist with big dreams.
Written by three writers in Nashville, this song hails from the 2010 George Strait album entitled "Twang".
The song reached #3 on the Billboard US Country Chart also at the time when his song Twang was also on the charts.
Some real George Strait pure country right here.
Another Dean Dillon collaboration resulted in this one from 1986 and another #1 hit song. Only two singles were released from the album #7 and this was his 9th number one at the time.
Country artist Kenny Chesney also released a version in 2007 but only as a B-Side to his single Never Wanted Nothing More.
Merle Haggard wrote this song and recorded his version in 1974 and again with Willie nelson in 1987.
Freddy Weller and hank Snow also did covers in the 1970's. Another great George Strait pure country tune.
This song hails from the "Here or A Good Time" album which was released in 2011.
George co-wrote this song with his son, Dean Dillon and Bobby Boyd.
Troubadour was a single release back in 2008 from the album of the same name. Country singer Vince Gill sang backup vocals on the song which reached #7 on the country charts in the US and #3 in Canada. A music video was created for the single.
Below you'll find my George Strait Troubadour guitar chords listed and as a free chord sheet. There is also a full George Strait troubadour guitar lesson available on video for a small fee.
This song can be found on the 2009 album entitled "Twang".
Some great George Strait pure country here.
Song writer Bruce Robison (brother of Texan artist Charlie Robison) wrote and recorded his own version for this song. George Strait picked up the song for his album "It Just Come Natural" and had a #2 hit with his version.
Kelly Willis also covered the song. This is George Strait pure country for sure.
This song was a #4 hit for George Strait pure country back in 2005 from his album "Somewhere Down In Texas".
The song was written by Cory Mayo.
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