Category: Soft Rock

Ott Stephens - Enough Man For You (Vinyl)

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  1. Ott Stephens: Enough Man For You Never Tired Of Loving You: Joyce Duke and Don Whitley: Two Hearts Into One We'd Rather Fight Than Switch: Bill Goodwin: Trouble In My Heaven You Did These Things To Me: Weldon Rogers: Two Empty Glasses Don't Steal My Style: Tom Tall.
  2. Ott Stephens: Ott Stephens - A man of many talents. Ott Stephens was born in Ringgold, Ga., Sept. 21, His father was a musician, so naturally, he learned to play the guitar at an early age. His first experience came with singing at churches, civic clubs and community functions.
  3. Ott Stephens: Be Quiet Mind Hard Luck Story: US: I Can't Seem To Love You Enough Oh My Sunshine: US: The Vogues: Over The Rainbow Catch The Man On The Rise So Much To Say: US: Dizzy Man's Band: Mr. Love Tickatoo:
  4. My Heart Comes Running Back To You - Nick Noble. Hard Luck Story - Ott Stephens. Like the Feller and the Girl on the Late Late Show - Randy Lee. Rags to Riches - Russ Damon. Boy Child - Sonny Martin. I'm Sittin At Home - Frankie Sardo. Devil in Disguise - Stan Mitchell. I Still Love You - Wayne Newton. Sweet Enough - Jerry Mason. Payday Someday.
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  7. 7" Single on 45cat: Ott Stephens - Enough Man For You / Never Tired Of Loving You - Chart - USA -
  8. Ott Stephens A: Enough Man For You B: Never Tired Of Loving You: Chart USA: Apr 7" 0: Ott Stephens A: Too Much Of You B: The Only Girl I Can't Forget: ABC-Paramount USA: Jun 7" 0: Trina Love And Ott Stephens A: If You Can't Bring It Home Ott Stephens B: Why Not Tonight: Chart USA: Oct 7" 1:
  9. Jul 01,  · Of course. If you grew up in the 70's you have to own this album. Maybe it's a guilty pleasure. Rock was so many things back in those days, there was such diversity, and most of it got radio play. Even for something like this. I do like most of the songs. For me it was a homemade cassette copy at first until I got the CD around Missing: Ott Stephens.

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