Bobby Russell

Robert L. Russell

Also known as B Russell, B. Russel, B. Russell, B.Russell, Bob Russell, Bobby, Bobby Russel, R. Russell, Russel, Russell
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bobby_Russell

Discography of Bobby Russell:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Saturday Morning Confusion 2 Audio United Artists Records
2 Roll Over Beethoven 2 Audio Spar Records
3 1432 Franklin Pike Circle Hero / Let's Talk About It 2 Audio 1968 Elf
4 As Far As I'm Concerned / Traveling With A Star 2 Audio 1970 National General Records
5 Summer Without You / Lonely Nights 2 Audio Image Records (9)
6 Still / Losing You 2 Audio 1963 Hit Records (4)
7 Our Love Will Rise Again / For A While (We Helped Each Other Out) 2 Audio Elf
8 Easy Made For Lovin' 2 Audio 1972 United Artists Records
9 Saturday Morning Confusion 2 Audio 1971 United Artists Records
10 This Is The Life 2 Audio 1972 United Artists Records
11 Saturday Morning Confusion 2 Audio 1971 United Artists Records
12 Back To Sausalito / You Babe 2 Audio 1972 United Artists Records
13 Words, Music, Laughter And Tears 11 Audio 1968-06-07
14 Carlie 2 Audio 1969 Elf
15 Bobby Russell Unlimited 11 Audio 1969 Elf
16 Then She's A Lover / He Wrote A Song 2 Audio Elf
17 Better Homes And Gardens / Summer Sweet 2 Audio Elf
18 Saturday Morning Confusion 2 Audio 1971 United Artists Records
19 Rudolph, The Red Nose Reindeer / Here Comes Santa Claus 4 Audio Holiday Hits
20 Shackled 4 Audio 1959-11-27 D (2)
21 The Ballad Of Smith And Gabriel Jimmyboy 2 Audio 1969 Buena Vista Records
22 White Christmas / Silver Bells 2 Audio Holiday Hits


Pop/rock singer-songwriter, born April 19, 1941 in Nashville, Tennessee; died November 19, 1992 in Nicholasville, Kentucky.

He wrote among others, the no.1 hit "The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia", "Used To Be" (from the movie "Grasshopper"), the Grammy Award-winning "Little Green Apples" and [a=Bobby Goldsboro]'s "Honey".

Husband of [a=Vicki Lawrence] between 1972 - 1974.


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