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Robert Orrall, Carlene Carter - I Couldn't Say N. .

As each early-'80s album by Robert Ellis Orrall progressed, they got better and better. Walking Through Landmines" is very smart dance music, leaning towards modern rock. Fusing the slick Roxy Music avant-garde with the most commercial aspects of underground rock, Orrall's musical journey becomes all the more inviting.

Lead Vocals – Robert Ellis Orrall. Mastered By – Jack Adelman. Organ – Paul Carrack. Contain Yourself ‎(LP, Album, Ind).

Flying Colors (Robert Ellis Orrall album). Flying Colors is a studio album, released in 1992, by American country music artist Robert Ellis Orrall. Although it was his fourth studio album overall, it was his first and only solo album of mainstream country music, as opposed to his more rock-oriented albums in the 1980s. The tracks "Boom! It Was Over", "A Little Bit of Her Love" and "Every Day When I Get Home" were released as singles.

Robert Ellis Orrall (born May 4, 1955 in Winthrop, Massachusetts) is an American singer, songwriter, and record producer. Signed to RCA Records in 1980, Orrall debuted that year with the album "Fixation". His first Top 40 single was "I Couldn't Say No", a duet with Carlene Carter. By 1990, Orrall had found success as a songwriter, having penned Number One singles for Shenandoah and Clay Walker. He returned to RCA in 1991 and charted the singles "Boom! It Was Over" and "A Little Bit of Her Love", from his first country music album, Flying Colors

Flying Colors is a studio album, released in 1992, by American country music artist Robert Ellis Orrall. Although Orrall never recorded a solo album after Flying Colors, he would later team up with Curtis Wright to record one album as the duo Orrall & Wright

Robert Ellis Orrall (born May 4, 1955) is an American singer, songwriter, and record producer. He returned to RCA in 1991 and charted the singles "Boom! It Was Over" and "A Little Bit of Her Love", from his first country music album, Flying Colors

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Robert Ellis Orrall was first played on NTS on 18 May 2018. Songs played include She Takes A Chance. Massachusetts native Robert Ellis Orrall had his first hit in the late 1970s with the Carlene Carter duet. Massachusetts native Robert Ellis Orrall had his first hit in the late 1970s with the Carlene Carter duet "I Couldn't Say No". He signed to RCA Records in 1993 and released the album Flying Colors. This album included two top 40 country hits: "Boom! It Was Over" and "A Little Bit of Her Love". One album with Curtis Wright as the duo Orrall & Wright followed in 1994. Although most of Orrall's subsequent recordings have been indie country and rock albums, he continues to write songs.

One of rock music's most enduring artists Robert Ellis Orrall returns with back to back masterpieces. Picking up where he left off with his three RCA Records releases ("Fixation", "Special Pain" and "Contain Yourself"), Orrall's "Gravity" is a beautiful self-exploratory journey through the halcyon days of the 1970's, growing up on Neil Young, Todd Rundgren and the Beatles.

Tracklist

A Alibi
B Alibi

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
JK-13820 Robert Ellis Orrall Alibi ‎(7", Promo) RCA JK-13820 US 1984
Robert Ellis Orrall - Alibi FLAC album
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