Joe Whitehead | One More Valley

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One More Valley

by Joe Whitehead

A blend of classic country & easy listening country, this album of the artist's originals features piano, accoustic guitar, and harmonica accompaniment; ceative lyrics, and vocals that remind you of Willie Nelson.
Genre: Country: Traditional Country
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  Song Share Time Download
1. April Moon
3:01 album only
2. Dancin' With A Memory
3:12 album only
3. A Hole In My Sole (and a Rock in My Shoe)
2:28 album only
4. You'll Never Shed A Tear
2:26 album only
5. 'Til Death Do Us Part (Or I Change My Mind)
3:08 album only
6. Mandy
3:03 album only
7. I Might Say I Love You
2:38 album only
8. I'll Be Lovin' You
3:43 album only
9. What You Are To Me
2:53 album only
10. One More Valley To Cross
2:38 album only
11. Country Club Waltz
1:48 album only


Album Notes
Joe Whitehead is a retired engineer who now devotes full time to music. He operates a home based recording studio (TexasTrax Recording)near Decatur, Texas; plays keyboard in a country band (Western Star Band), and writes and records his own music in his spare time. You can visit his web site at

Joe studied classical piano in his early years, played a lot of gospel music, then switched over to country in the 1980's. People who hear Joe sing invariably say he sounds like Willie Nelson. Since he retired from the rat race, and let his hair grow long, some say he looks like Willie Nelson.

The album, "One More Valley", was produced at TexasTrax, with Joe playing all the instrumentals, and singing all the vocals himself ,except for one female vocal, in the song "I'll Be Lovin' You". Accompaniment is mostly accoustical (piano, accoustic guitar, harmonica, bass, and light drums). A horn solo is heard in one of the love songs.



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