Mickey Newbury / Etta James :: Are My Thoughts With You?

Around the time when Mickey Newbury was working in Nashville as a hired gun, writing songs for some of the biggest names in country music, he was locked into a recording contract with RCA where he cut two albums of his own -- 1968's Harlequin Melodies and (the 1972 released) Sings His Own. Each record contains a few tracks not found on the other, but are otherwise the . . .

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