Keith Whitley - Don't Close Your Eyes album
Music video by Keith Whitley performing Don't Close Your Eyes. C) 1988 Sony Music Entertainment. Don't Close Your Eyes.
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Don't Close Your Eyes is the second studio album by country music artist Keith Whitley and the last to be released during his lifetime. It was released on May 31, 1988 through RCA Records. After the success of his debut album, . to Miami (1985), Whitley re-entered the studio and began recording a second album with producer Blake Mevis. After its completion, Whitley was unhappy with its production, and he convinced his label to shelve the recordings.
Lyrics to "Don't Close Your Eyes" song by Keith Whitley: I know you loved him A long time ago Even now in my arms You still want him I know But darling this. Don't close your eyes Let it be me Don't pretend it's him In some fantasy Darling just once Let yesterday go You'll find more love Than you've ever known Just hold me tight When you love me tonight And don't close your eyes. Maybe I've been a fool Holding on all this time Lyin' here in your arms Knowing he's in your mind But I keep hoping some day That you'll see the light Let it be me tonight Don't close your eyes
Don't Close Your Eyes was subsequently recorded with producer Garth Fundis. Pictures, videos, biodata, and files relating to Don't Close Your Eyes (album) are also acceptable encyclopedic sources.
The smile on your face lets me know that you need me There's a truth in your eyes saying you'll never leave me A touch of your hand says you'll catch me if ever I fall Now you say it best when you say nothing at all. All day long I can hear people talking out loud But when you hold me near you drown out the crowd Old Mister Webster could never define What's being said between your heart and mine
Don’t Close Your Eyes was the record that he had spent a career looking for, and the next two follow-ups also topped the chart. He was married to fellow rising star Lorrie Morgan, and the sky seemed to be the limit for what should have been Nashville’s next power couple. But, their story - and his career - came to a tragic end on the morning of May 9, 1989. Keith Whitley - "Brotherly Love". Whitley recorded his vocals on the track back in 1987, but the song stayed unreleased until RCA issued the track as the lead single from his Kentucky Bluebird disc. The tune also represented the final major hit for Conley, who was one of the top male vocalists of the 1980s. 9. Keith Whitley - "Homecoming '63". Veteran songwriters Dean Dillon and Royce Porter collaborated to pen this emotional record for Whitley, which became his second top 10 hit.
Close Your Eyes (album). This article is about the Kurt Elling album. For other albums with the same title, see Close Your Eyes (disambiguation). Studio album by Kurt Elling.
In 1989, Keith Whitley, the country star, died of alcohol poisoning at age 33. Citing him as an influence and an inspiration, Whitley's peers have banded together to pay him homage. Beginning with Whitley's most well-known hit, "Don't Close Your Eyes," Alan Jackson sends this tribute album off with a bang, successfully adding his own sound to a song so closely identified with Whitley. On "Ten Feet Away," Diamond Rio's Marty Roe glides with the graceful notes of the sly chord changes
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Tracklist Hide Credits
Written-By – Gary Talley, Kim Morrison
|A2||It's All Coming Back To Me Now
Written-By – Curly Putman, Don Cook, Keith Whitley
|A3||Don't Close Your Eyes
Written-By – Bob McDill
|A4||The Birmingham Turnaround
Written-By – Sanger D. Shafer, Warren Robb
|A5||Some Old Side Road
Written-By – Roger D. Ferris*
|B1||I'm No Stranger To The Rain
Written-By – Ron Hellard, Sonny Curtis
|B2||I Never Go Around Mirrors
Written-By – Lefty Frizzell, Sanger D. Shafer
|B3||When You Say Nothing At All
Written-By – Don Schlitz, Paul Overstreet
|B4||Honky Tonk Heart
Written-By – Johnny Neel, Lonnie Wilson
- Producer – Blake Mevis, Garth Fundis, Keith Whitley
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 7863-56494-4
|6494-2-R||Keith Whitley||Don't Close Your Eyes (CD, Album)||RCA||6494-2-R||US||1988|
|PD 90313||Keith Whitley||Don't Close Your Eyes (CD, Album)||RCA||PD 90313||US||1988|
|PL 90313||Keith Whitley||Don't Close Your Eyes (LP, Album)||RCA||PL 90313||Europe||1988|
|6494-4-R||Keith Whitley||Don't Close Your Eyes (Cass, Album)||RCA||6494-4-R||US||1988|
|6494-1-R||Keith Whitley||Don't Close Your Eyes (LP, Album, Abr)||RCA, BMG Music, RCA Victor||6494-1-R||US||1988|