Mickey Gilley The Definitive Hits Collection (2CD Set)
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--Co-Owner of the Famous Gilley’s Nightclub Featured in Urban Cowboy, Cousin to Jerry Lee Lewis and Jimmy Swaggart, and with Over 45 Chart Hits to His Credit, Mickey Gilley Is a Country Music Legend
--The Definitive Hits Collection Is by Far the Most Comprehensive Collection Devoted to Mickey Gilley’s Career, 39 Tracks Featuring 36 Chart Hits
--Includes All but Five Hits He Notched During the Prime of His Career for the Playboy and Epic Labels
--Features Such Huge Hits as “Room Full of Roses,” “City Lights,” “She’s Pulling Me Back Again,” “Stand by Me” (Featured in the Film Urban Cowboy), “You Don’t Know Me,” “True Love Ways,” and “Paradise Tonight,” His Hit Duet with Charly McClain
--Liner Notes by Chris Morris Feature an Exclusive Interview with Mickey Gilley
--Remastered by Maria Triana at Sony’s Battery Studios
--The Final Word on a Legendary Country Music Career
Mickey Gilley: The Definitive Hits Collection (2-CD Set)
Long-time co-owner of the famous Gilley’s nightclub that was featured in Urban Cowboy, cousin to both Jerry Lee Lewis and Jimmy Swaggart, and country music superstar with over 45 chart hits to his credit (and a licensed commercial airplane pilot to boot!), Mickey Gilley is a larger than life figure if there ever was one. Yet, to date, there has never been a comprehensive collection that covered his entire career, which saw him adopt honky-tonk, countrypolitan, and “crossover” country-pop styles with equal success over three decades. Now, Real Gone Music has assembled a 39-track package that contains 36 chart hits—we’re not calling it The Definitive Hits Collection for nothing! In fact, of his chart smashes for the Playboy and Epic labels, where he spent the prime of his career, all but five of them appear here, including such legendary tracks as “Room Full of Roses,” “City Lights,” “She’s Pulling Me Back Again,” “Stand by Me” (featured in the film Urban Cowboy), “You Don’t Know Me,” “True Love Ways,” and “Paradise Tonight,” his hit duet with Charly McClain. Notes by Chris Morris featuring an interview with Mickey Gilley, and remastering by Maria Triana at Sony’s Battery Studios make this set an absolute must for any country music fan.