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Dixie Chicks - Goodbye Earl (CD)

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  1. "Goodbye Earl" is a great good humored, "have fun and let loose" song; the Dixie Chicks really know how to add a little kick into the country music genre and get away with it. This song symbolizes girl power and how well women work together and how they're always there for each other; kind of a good song for women because it's appreciating girl /5(23).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Goodbye Earl on Discogs. Label: Monument - 31K • Format: CD Single • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Country Rock Dixie Chicks - Goodbye Earl (, CD) | Discogs4/5(5).
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Goodbye Earl on Discogs. Label: Monument - 31 • Format: Vinyl 7 Dixie Chicks - Goodbye Earl (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(5).
  4. “Goodbye Earl” was initially recorded by the band Sons of the Desert for an unreleased album in the late s, the song gained fame when it was recorded by the Dixie Chicks on their fifth.
  5. Jul 11,  · Of course, "Goodbye Earl" was not without its detractors. The trio was accused of advocating premeditated murder. The album's liner notes included a disclaimer: "The Dixie Chicks .
  6. It was ’s Wide Open Spaces—their first album together as the Dixie Chicks—that made the trio of Natalie Maines, Emily Robison, and Martie Maguire massive stars, able to garner both critical acclaim and enormous sales in one fell rascotichlowatzyns.wayderwtenthobbruberfomuwacuvame.co it was the follow-up the next year that put them on the path to legendary status. Even though Maines would later admit that she now has a hard time.
  7. Mar 09,  · The single is going up our [country airplay] charts as fast as any single the Chicks have put out.” The album’s third single, released in , “Goodbye Earl” ultimately climbed to No.
  8. About Goodbye Earl "Goodbye Earl", written by Dennis Linde, is a country music song. Initially recorded by the band Sons of the Desert for an unreleased album in the late s, the song gained fame when it was recorded by the Dixie Chicks on their fifth studio album, Fly.
  9. You'd be hard pressed to find any album with more hook laden chops and sweet family harmonies than "Fly". The first six songs out of the gate are all classic-Chicks-grooves. "Goodbye Earl" still makes me chuckle and "Cold Day In July" can make me shiver in the summer sun. I just can't say enough about this album, so I'll stop.

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