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The Definitive Country Album


  The Definitive Country Album - Germany 1989 - BMG ND 90417The Definitive Country Album - Germany 1989 - BMG ND 90417
 
Release: 1989 BMG ND 90417   Germany 22 €

1994 came with two releases - with & without the first old RCA logo on the disc.
Came with a gatefold inlay with six pictures, a collages and first old RCA and BMG logos. First old RCA and BMG logos on back insert.

Most songs on this release have a shortened running time.

Made by Sonopress, Germany



The Definitive Gospel Album - Germany 1989 - BMG ND 90416
DISC:
CLEAR CENTRE  - SILVER DISC - BLACK / RED PRINTING
WITH THE FIRST OLD RCA LOGO 

 


ARIS-BMG/ARIOLA, GERMANY
, FILED THIS CD ON MARCH 5TH, 1990 UNDER
886 807-919 FOR SALE IN GERMANY


MATRIX NUMBER: B-8910/PD 90061 B

YOU MAY COME ACROSS OTHER NUMBERS
   



The Definitive Gospel Album - Germany 1989 - BMG ND 90416
   

DISC:
CLEAR CENTRE  - SILVER DISC - BLACK / RED PRINTING
WITHOUT THE FIRST OLD RCA LOGO 

THE LABEL WITHOUT THE RCA LOGO IS MOST LIKELY MADE BY MISTAKE
 


MATRIX NUMBER: B-8910/PD 90061 B

YOU MAY COME ACROSS OTHER NUMBERS
   





 
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
  In The Ghetto 
Green Green Grass Of Home 
Always On My Mind 
Fairytale 
Take Good Care Of Her 
Lovin' Arms 
Moody Blue 
U.S. Male 
Burning Love 
He'll Have To Go 
It Keeps Right On A-Hurtin' 
I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry 
For The Good Times 
You Asked Me To 
Don't Cry Daddy
Suspicious Minds 
Kentucky Rain 
Help Me Make It Through The Night 
There Goes My Everything 
Just Call Me Lonesome 
She Thinks I Still Care 
Early Mornin' Rain 
Guitar Man 
Snowbird 
Little Cabin On The Hill 
Funny How Time Slips Away 
I Really Don't Want To Know 
Make The World Go Away 
Your Cheatin' Heart 
Have I Told You Lately That I Love You?
 
  02:45
02:20
02:27
02:17
02:10
02:52
02:25
02:12
02:21
03:18
02:01
01:32
02:28
02:14
02:44
03:28
03:18
01:57
02:57
02:02
03:37
01:49
02:15
02:02
01:43
03:11
02:39
02:23
02:15
02:25
 

 

ARIS-BMG/ariola:

Back then many dealers parallel imported the CDs from outside Germany. This was illegal if the label has its own distributor. To stop it ARIS was founded.
ARIS-BMG/ariola, Germany, wanted to provide a unique import service. Therefore they imported many CDs from countries outside Germany which were at that time not in the German program.
We know about one ARIS import from France (German made), one from England (German made), one from the USA, nine from Japan and the above DEFINITIVE series (German made).
But the situation about the stickers is still a mystery - maybe some were lost with the shrink wrap.
And why have they changed the EVA logo to RCA (a run out of the license?)