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Greatest Hits on Monument. Released: January 1, 1973.

Written by Hank Cochran and recorded by His wife Jeannie Seely

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Jeannie Seely was known primarily as a duet partner, but she managed a few country hits of her own during the late '60s and early '70s. A native of Titusville, Pennsylvania, Seely was born in 1940 and first performed on the radio at age 11. She sang at local dances and talent shows as a teen and mo. .

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Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Don't Touch Me
Written-By – Hank Cochran
2 When It's Over
Written-By – Hank Cochran
3 I'll Love You More (Than You Need)
Written-By – Hank Cochran
4 Everything I Had Going For Me (Is Gone)
Written-By – Hank Cochran
5 Darling Are You Ever Coming Home
Written-By – Hank Cochran, Willie Nelson
6 A Wanderin' Man
Written-By – Hank Cochran
7 These Memories
Written-By – Hank Cochran
8 It's Only Love
Written-By – Hank Cochran
9 It Just Takes Practice
Written-By – Gail Talley, Jeannie Seely
10 Your Way, My May
Written-By – Hank Cochran
11 You Changed Everything About Me
Written-By – Hank Cochran, Jeannie Seely
12 Don't You Ever Get Tired
Written-By – Hank Cochran
13 Welcome Home To Nothing
Written-By – Hank Cochran
14 How Is He
Written-By – M. Wilkins*


An expanded CD reissue of the 1972 LP "Jeannie Seely's Greatest Hits" on Monument Records (KZ31911) with 4 additional tracks.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7464-52426-2

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
AT 52426 Jeannie Seely Greatest Hits On Monument ‎(Cass, Comp, Dol) Sony Music Distribution AT 52426 US 1993
Jeannie Seely - Greatest Hits On Monument FLAC album
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