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Wild-Eyed Dream


Format: Digital
Label: Columbia Nashville
Rel. Date: 05/26/1987
UPC: 074644060225

Wild-Eyed Dream
Artist: Ricky Van Shelton
Format: Digital


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''Wild-Eyed Dream'' is the title of the debut album of Country Music artist Ricky Van Shelton. The first singles released from the album from 1986 to 1988 were "Wild-Eyed Dream" and "Crime of Passion", which charted at #24 and #7, respectively. The last three singles, "Somebody Lied", "Life Turned Her That Way", and "Don't We All Have The Right" all reached #1. The album was certified platinum by the RIAA on July 24, 1989.

"Working Man's Blues" is a cover of the Merle Haggard song, while "Crazy over You" was also released by the duo Foster & Lloyd as their debut single. "Life Turned Her That Way" was previously a #11 single in 1967 for Mel Tillis, and "I Don't Care" a #1 single for Buck Owens in 1964. Conway Twitty also recorded "Somebody Lied" for his 1985 album ''Don't Call Him a Cowboy''. "Don't We All Have the Right" was originally recorded by Roger Miller on his 1970 album ''Trip in the Country''. - Wikipedia