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George Hamilton IV

by George Hamilton IV

Proclaimed the International Ambassador of Country Music thanks to his performances around the world during the 1970s, George Hamilton IV began his career in the late '50s not as a country artist but as a teen-oriented pop star.
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1. Music Man's Dreams
2:27 $1.29
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2. It Must Be Love
3:30 $1.29
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3. Growing On Me
2:21 $1.29
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4. Would You Still Be Mine
4:36 $1.29
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5. The Man I Used to Be
3:01 $1.29
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6. Back Around to Me
3:21 $1.29
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7. The Water Is Wide
3:40 $1.29
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8. The Life I Love
2:13 $1.29
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9. Are the Good Times Really Over
3:17 $1.29
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10. 'til I Gain Control Again
3:24 $1.29
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Proclaimed the International Ambassador of Country Music thanks to his performances around the world during the 1970s, George Hamilton IV began his career in the late '50s not as a country artist but as a teen-oriented pop star. After his first hit, "A Rose and a Baby Ruth," hit number six on the pop charts in 1956, he toured with Buddy Holly and the Everly Brothers but cracked the pop Top Ten only one more time. Instead, Hamilton moved to the country charts by 1959, where nine of his hits spent time in the Top Ten, including his only number one, "Abilene."

On February 8, 1960, Hamilton officially became a member of the Grand Ole Opry. Hamilton recorded "Music Man's Dreams for First Generation Records with Producer Pete Drake in 1984.

Hamilton is still a regular performer at the Grand Ole Opry and tours throughout the US and UK.

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