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Coming Home (1993) - Billy Burnette


    Featuring »

Billy Burnette

    Tracklisting »
Tangled Up In Texas
  Running Time: 3:17
Into The Storm
  Running Time: 4:32
This Love (Ain't Long For This World)
  Running Time: 4:27
Sugar Babe
  Running Time: 2:59
The Bigger The Love (The Harder The Fall)Lyrics available
  Running Time: 3:32
I Recovered, I Survived
  Running Time: 4:23
Walk With Me
  Running Time: 4:41
Let Your Heart Make Up Your Mind
  Running Time: 4:27
I Still Remember (How To Love You)
  Running Time: 4:12
The Light Of Love
  Running Time: 3:59
    Guest Appearances »

Deborah Allen, Marcia Beverly, David Briggs, Mike Brignardello, Terry Crisp, Dan Dugmore, Stuart/Stewart Duncan, Pat Flynn, Paul Franklin, Rob Hajacos, Craig Krampf, B. James Low(e)ry, Kendra Morriss, Amy Morriss, Charity Morriss, Steve Nathan, Brent Rowan, John Wesley Ryles, Harry Edward Stinson, Rafe VanHoy/Van Hoy, Willie Weeks, (Don) Mark Wright

    Released »

1993

    Format »

Domestic Vinyl/CD Album

    Other Appearances »
Deborah Allen (Songwriter), Billy Burnette (Songwriter), Larry Henley (Songwriter), Larry Keith (Songwriter), Paul Kennerley (Songwriter), Dennis (W.) Morgan (Songwriter), Ron(nie) Rogers (Songwriter), Rafe VanHoy/Van Hoy (Songwriter), (Don) Mark Wright (Songwriter), Alan Messer (Photography), Marcia Beverly (Art Direction), Dirk Walter (Design), Robert Charles (Assistant Engineer), Joe Johnston (Production Coordinator), (Don) Mark Wright (Produced By), Warren Peterson (Engineered By), John Hampton (Mixed By), Bob Ludwig (Mastered By), William Morris Agency (Booking)

    Record Label »
Capricorn

    Catalogue Number »

9 42007-2

    Running Time »

40:43

    Liner Notes »

Recorded at Javelina Studios, Nashville, TN

Mixed at Ardent Recordings, Inc., Memphis, TN

Mastered at Masterdisc Corporation, NY

Many thanks to the following: Capricorn Records: Phil Walden, Don Schmitzerle, Rick Rockhill, Marcia Beverly, Mark Pucci, Gene Amonette, Bob Goldstone, Ann Waller, Marcia Flowers Simms, Michelle Oltmann, John Curtis, G. Scott Walden, Aileen Loy, Jeff Cook, Joan Marshall, Joe Babka, Jay Hart, Scott Madden and Roger Mayer; Mickey Baker, Marc Oswald, Greg Janese and everyone at Avalon Entertainment; Tanya Tucker; Paige Levy, Jim Ed Norman, Eddie Reeves, Lee Ann Barron, Bob Saporiti, Bill Mayne, Bruce Adelman, Rick Moxley, Mark Wallace, Rick Baumgartner, George Briner, Denny Mosesman, Vic Faraci, Neal Spielberg, Janice Azrak, Susan Niles, Laura LiPuma; Sol Saffian and everyone at William Morris Agency; Joe Johnston, David Hogan, Brian Tankersley, Manuel, South Street, Third Coast, Diamond in the Ruff; Crest Cadillac, Claudia Seevers, Bill Kenner, Tom Roland, Tom Sturgess, Mike Fink, Denise Randal, Alan Messer, Ace of Clubs, Rose Clayton, N.C.S., Coke Sams, Roger Pistole, Jim May, Bo May, Clarke Gallivan, Holly Pelham, Mark Wright, Larry Henley, Dennis Morgan, Ronnie Rogers, Billy Vaughn, Jerry Cohen, Dixie Fuller, Paul Kennerley, Rafe Van Hoy, Deborah Allen, Michael Grady and Greg Oswald.

Special thanks to Alberta and all the rest of the Burnettes, Billy Jr., Beau and Chris.

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"Coming Home" should definitely come home with you!
Review written by Michele Mategrano, September 11th, 2004

This album is another one of my personal favorites. This is not only the very first Billy Burnette album I ever owned, but it's also the album that made me love country music! This is a fantastic country album filled with knee-slappers and toe-tappers and a few ballads thrown in for good measure! The opening track, "Tangled Up In Texas" is only the beginning! Billy "keeps it country" with "This Love (Ain't Long For This World)", "I Recovered, I Survived", "Let Your Heart Make Up Your Mind" and "I Still Remember (How To Miss You)"! He slows down just a tad with "Into The Storm", and "The Light of Love"; plus he gives a gospel feel to "Walk With Me". One of the tracks you may recognize is "The Bigger The Love" which was also released on his "Gimme You" album. This version is different. A little slower, a little softer, but just as romantic as the original. If any of you have ever seen Billy's movie debut in "Saturday Night Special" you will recall Billy singing "Tangled Up In Texas", "This Love (Ain't Long For This World)", and "The Bigger The Love" in the movie. I highly recommend this album - especially for folks out there who are skeptical of country music. This isn't your "typical" country album. Even if you are not a country music fan at all, I still recommend it. I myself wasn't too keen on country until I heard this album. Believe me when I tell you it made my feelings about country music do a complete 360! Billy just has a special way of taking something ordinary and making it special - so take it from me and give this pardner a whirl!

    Last Modified »
2010-08-27
    Tracklisting »
Discography entry submitted by Christy Valkman & Gregory Whitlock.