album: "Marty Robbins" (1958). Kaw-Liga Jodie (Judy) Nothing But Sweet Lies Oh How I Miss You (Since You Went Away) Baby I Need You (Like You Need Me) Shackles And Chains Waltz Of The Wind Paper Face Then I Turned And Walked Slowly Away Wedding Bells A House With Everything But Love The Hands You're Holding Now. album: "Gunfighter Ballads And Trail Songs" (1959). Big Iron Cool Water Billy The Kid A Hundred And Sixty Acres They're Hanging Me Tonight The Strawberry Roan El Paso In The Valley The Master's Call Running Gun The Little Green Valley Utah Carol.
Oh, devil woman Devil woman, let go of me Devil woman, let me be And leave me alone I want to go home. Mary is waitin' and weepin' Down in our shack by the sea Even after I've hurt her Mary' still in love with me Devil woman it's over Trapped no more by your charms Cause.
Written-By – M. Robbins. A2. Ain't Life A Crying Shame. Written-By – McDowell, T. Senn II. 2:38. Devil Woman (LP, Album, Mono).
Devil Woman" was Robbins' seventh single to reach number one on the country chart, spending eight weeks at the top spot. Devil Woman" also crossed over onto the pop chart, peaking at number sixteen. This same version of the song was also recorded by Trini Lopez for his 1968 album Welcome to Trini Country. Gunfighter Ballads and Trail Songs is an album released by Marty Robbins on the Columbia Records label in September 1959, peaking at on the . It was recorded in a single eight-hour session on April 7, 1959, and was certified Gold by the RIAA in 1965 and Platinum in 1986. I. mage: Gunfighter Ballads Robbins CD. Today (Marty Robbins album). Today is a studio album by American country music singer Marty Robbins released in 1971 on the Columbia Records label. It reached No. 15 in the US country charts.
Devil Woman: 1961-1962 - Студийный альбом от Marty Robbins. В альбом вошло 59 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 02:35:13. I'm Beginning to Forget. If I Could Cry. 02:48. Foggy Foggy Dew. 02:16. To Think You've Chosen Me. 02:13. Pennies From Heaven.
Devil Woman is a song written and performed by American country music artist Marty Robbins. It was released in June 1962 as the first single and title track from the album Devil Woman. Devil Woman" was Robbins' seventh single to reach number one on the country chart, spending eight weeks at the top spot.