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9 Replies to “ Put It Off Until Tomorrow - Bill Phillips (4) - Put It Off Until Tomorrow / Lonely Lonely Boy (Vinyl) ”

  1. Aug 23,  · Bill Phillips discography and songs: Music profile for Bill Phillips, born 28 January Genres: Country. Albums include Dolly, Put It Off Until Tomorrow, and Put it Off Until Tomorrow / Lonely Lonely Boy.
  2. Put A Little Love In Your Heart Put It Off Until Tomorrow Put It Off Until Tomorrow (Kris Kristofferson & Dolly Parton) Put It Off Until Tomorrow (Dolly Parton, Tammy Wynette & Loretta Lynn) Rainbowland (Miley Cyrus feat. Dolly Parton) Randy Raven Dove Real Love (Kenny Rogers & Dolly Parton) Red Hot Screaming Love Red, White And Bluegrass.
  3. 7" Single on 45cat: Bill Phillips - Put It Off Until Tomorrow / Lonely Lonely Boy - Decca - USA -
  4. Country artist BILL PHILLIPS passed away YESTERDAY (8/23) at the age of PHILLIPS’ music career started with the OLD SOUTHERN JAMBOREE on WMIL in MIAMI in He moved to NASHVILLE in
  5. The review published in the November 27, issue of Billboard said that the album is "a spirited collaboration that brings together three country music cornerstones and throws in a pinch of Patsy Cline and Kitty Wells for good measure." The review went on to say, "There are a few musically inspired moments here, notably Parton's "Sittin' on the Front Porch Swing" and .
  6. Most of the foregoing, as well as his minor hits (see the list in the Comments below) were part of some of the vinyl albums he had released back, including this, his first for Decca titled "Put It Off Until Tomorrow" (Decca DL) which came out in June containing: /5(3).
  7. Bill Phillips Biography on the Grand Ole Opry. He joined Decca Records in and by , had registered 12 more hits, the biggest being ‘Put It Off Until Tomorrow’ () which, with Dolly Parton (the song’s co-writer) on harmony vocal, reached number 6. (), ‘The Words I’m Gonna Have To Eat’ and ‘Little Boy Sad.
  8. Aug 24,  · Although he charted records from to , Phillips is best known for showcasing the songwriting talent of young Dolly Parton via his recording of “Put It Off Until Tomorrow,” a tune.
  9. Most of the foregoing, as well as his minor hits (see the list in the Comments below) were part of some of the vinyl albums he had released back, including this, his first for Decca titled "Put It Off Until Tomorrow" (Decca DL) which came out in June containing: 1.

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