Label: Epic - KE-33351 • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Country
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George Jones adopted Tina and her sisters shortly after the birth of their daughter, Georgette. The album was released in on the Epic Records label. It peaked at number 37 on the Billboard Country Album chart.
Also another single was released that year was "God's Gonna Get'cha" which was a minor hit that peaked at 25 on the Billboard Country Chart. In Marcha single was issued with two songs that ended up on the album, "No Charge", which is a collaboration between Tammy and her daughter, Tina, and the flip-side, "The Telephone Call", which is a collaboration between George and Tina and peaked as a minor hit at 25 on the Billboard Country Chart in Reviews Review Policy.
Flag as inappropriate. See more. Conway Twitty Sings. Conway It - George & Tammy* & Tina* - George & Tammy & Tina . It should not be confused with a later album of the same name in that had completely different tracks.
Three of the songs on the album were released as singles and became hits, with the biggest being "It's Only Make Believe," which reached 1 on the Billboard Hot The album itself made no impact on any charts.
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