The Kendalls - Movin' Train album
Royce and Jeannie Kendall Skip Jackson - steel Charlie Garner - bass Terry Duncan - keyboards Brian Franklin - guitar Mack Watkins - guitar Glen Duncan.
Movin Train from The Kendalls () (LP).
More hits followed with "Movin' Train" and "Precious Love," which made the Top 20. Their last number one country hit, 1984's "Thank God for the Radio," was also their last single to reach the top ten. Their last Top 20 hits came in 1984 and 1985 with "My Baby's Gone" and "I'll Dance Every Dance With Yo. . In the early 1990s The Kendalls built a supper club in Gulf Shores, Alabama, which featured nightly performances by them; the club closed down two years later. Afterward, they began performing in Branson, Missouri, where the two families had built homes next door to each other Jeannie Kendall's solo career.
Tracklist: 1. Precious Love, 2. I’ll Be Faithful To You, 3. Movin’ Train, 4. The Dark End Of The Street, 5. Say The Word, 6. Thank God For The Radio, 7. I’d Dance Every Dance With You, 8. My Baby’s Gone, 9. Flaming Eyes, 10. Wildflower. More albums from The Kendalls: 1978 Grammy Award Winners – Best Country Duo by The Kendalls. Heaven’s Just A Sin Away by The Kendalls. Stickin’ Together by The Kendalls. Two Divided By Love by The Kendalls. Heart Of The Matter by The Kendalls. Two Heart Harmony by The Kendalls. Just Like Real People by The Kendalls. Lettin’ You In On A Feelin’ by The Kendalls. View all albums . Movin’ Train.
Movin’ Train by The Kendalls. Heaven’s Just A Sin Away. By: The Kendalls (1976, Folk, World, & Country).
The Kendalls singles chronology. Movin' Train" (1983). Thank God for the Radio" (1984). My Baby's Gone" (1984). The song was covered by Alan Jackson in 1994 for his album, Who I Am. Chart performance. One of the only two songs to spend more than a single week at number one was a collaboration between Julio Iglesias and Willie Nelson. Iglesias had been successful in his native Spain and other Latin markets since the late 1960s, but his 1984 album 1100 Bel Air Place was his United States breakthrough. The album featured duets with American singers from a range of genres, and the first single to be taken from it, "To All the Girls I've Loved Before", paired Iglesias with veteran country singer Nelson
Movin' Train (7", Single, Promo, 26). Mercury.
Formed in 1969, The Kendalls recorded an album for Stop Records, from which a single was released in 1970: a cover of John Denver's "Leaving on a Jet Plane" (previously a hit for Peter, Paul & Mary). The Kendalls' version narrowly missed the top fifty on the . The duo signed with Dot Records in 1972, and released an album and two singles, "Two Divided By Love", (a cover version of The Grass Roots' pop hit) and "Everything I Own", a cover of Bread's 1972 hit. Eventually, the Kendalls parted with their record label, before. More hits followed with "Movin' Train" and "Precious Love," which made the Top 20. Later career.
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- Pressed By – Bestway Products Inc.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: 2-57200
- Matrix / Runout: 2-56797
- Pressing Plant ID (Bestway Products Inc.): 19
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