- Performer:Barbara Mandrell
- Title:This Time I Almost Made It
- Style:Country-Pop,Nashville Sound/Countrypolitan,Urban Cowboy
- Date of release:1974
- Size FLAC version1342 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1511 megabytes
- Size WMA version1348 megabytes
- Formats:AHX AAC MOD AIFF VOX MP1
This Time I Almost Made It is the fourth studio album released by American country singer, Barbara Mandrell, released in 1974. This would be Mandrell's last album with record company Columbia before the label dropped her. She would later switch to ABC/Dot and enjoy the most successful part of her career under the record company. This album spawned two singles that charted on the Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.
Album This Time I Almost Made It. This Time I Almost Made It Lyrics. This time I almost made it came so close to saying no I almost found the words to make you go This time I almost made it almost pushed you away But my heart cried out begging you to stay. Now I'm laying here beside you cryin' softly Cause I know you're going home to her Cause you belong to her and you go home to her. I know you steal away I know there'll be another day That you'll come back again And you'll say hello friend and I'll reach out my hand
This Is Barbara Mandrell is the fifth studio album by American country music singer Barbara Mandrell, released in May 1976. This was Mandrell's first album with ABC/Dot Records, her new record company. Mandrell had previously been signed to Columbia Records from 1969 to 1974, though only achieving modest success, especially with her albums.
Although This Time I Almost Made It generated a genuine hit in its title track, the album does bear signs of both indifference and indirection. According to Joe Marchese's liner notes, Sherrill knocked out "This Time I Almost Made It" - by far the best non-cover song on the record - only when he realized they were running short of material and his other original, "A Very Special Love Song," feels like a throwaway. Sometimes, it seems as if Sherrill isn't quite sure what to do with Mandrell.
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This time I almost made it came so close to saying no I almost found the words to make you go This time I almost made it almost pushed you away But my heart cried out begging you to stay.
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CreditsRoy Alfred - Composer
Ashford & Simpson - Composer
Finley Duncan - Composer
Barry Gibb - Composer
Maurice Gibb - Composer
Robin Gibb - Composer
Kermit Goell - Composer
Merle Haggard - Composer
George Harrison - Composer
Arthur Kent - Composer
Barbara Mandrell - Primary Artist, Vocals
Bonnie Owens - Composer
Chuck Reed - Composer
Billy Sherrill - Composer
Abner Silver - Composer
Norris "Norro" Wilson - Composer
|1||This Time I Almost Made It Billy Sherrill||Barbara Mandrell|
|2||Feeling Like a Woman||Barbara Mandrell|
|3||Wisdom of a Fool Roy Alfred / Abner Silver||Barbara Mandrell|
|4||You're All I Need to Get By Ashford & Simpson||Barbara Mandrell|
|5||Wonder When My Baby's Comin' Home Kermit Goell / Arthur Kent||Barbara Mandrell|
|6||Keep on Singing||Barbara Mandrell|
|7||Very Special Love Song Billy Sherrill / Norris "Norro" Wilson||Barbara Mandrell|
|8||Today I Started Loving You Again Merle Haggard / Bonnie Owens||Barbara Mandrell|
|9||Kiss the Hurt Away Finley Duncan / Chuck Reed||Barbara Mandrell|
|10||Words Barry Gibb / Maurice Gibb / Robin Gibb||Barbara Mandrell|
|11||Something George Harrison||Barbara Mandrell|