Picked up this album for a few bucks just because it had “Don’t The Girls All Get Prettier At Closing Time.” Micky Gilley’s style of music during the 1960’s and 1970’s was overshadowed by his cousin Jerry Lee Lewis. But as with any musician, he re-branded his style in the 1980’s and still puts out music to this day.
This record here just showcases some of the popular songs that Gilley recorded in the 1970’s. The music on here is Country, it’s a bit Rockabilly, and it’s a bit Honky Tonk and some Boggie Woggie. The price was right and it found a new home in my record collection.
A1 Stand By Me 3:35
A2 Here Comes The Hurt Again 2:45
A3 Just Long Enough To Say Goodbye 2:33
A4 Window Up Above 2:36
A5 The Song We Made Love To 2:12
B1 Don’t The Girls All Get Prettier At Closing Time 2:56
B2 Overnight Sensation 2:45
B3 City Lights 2:45
B4 I Overlooked An Orchid 2:59
B5 Bouquet Of Roses 2:24