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Tompall & the Glaser Brothers was an American country music group composed of three brothers: Chuck Glaser (February 27, 1936 – June 10, 2019), Jim (December 16, 1937 – April 6, 2019), and Tompall Glaser (September 3, 1933 – August 13, 2013). The Glaser Brothers started singing together at country fairs and contests in and around the Spalding area when they were preteens.
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Thomas Paul "Tompall" Glaser (September 3, 1933 – August 12, 2013) was an American outlaw country music artist. Glaser was born in Spalding, Nebraska, the son of Alice Harriet Marie (née Davis) and Louis Nicholas Glaser. He was raised on a farm. Since the 1950s, he recorded as a solo artist and with his brothers Chuck and Jim in the trio Tompall & the Glaser Brothers
Tracklist: 1. Gone, On The Other Hand, 2. No End Of Love, 3. El Paso, 4. Gonna Miss Me, 5. Gentle On My Mind, 6. The Last Thing On My Mind, 7. She Loved The Wrong Man, 8. More Or Less, 9. Big Brother, 10. Bob, 11. More albums from Tompall Glaser & The Glaser Brothers: The Wonderful World Of The Glaser Brothers by Tompall Glaser & The Glaser Brothers. Now Country by Tompall Glaser & The Glaser Brothers. Music From The Motion Picture Sound Track tic. ic. ick. by Tompall Glaser & The Glaser Brothers. Lovin’ Her Was Easier by Tompall Glaser & The Glaser Brothers. After All These Years by Tompall Glaser & The Glaser Brothers. This Land by Tompall Glaser & The Glaser Brothers. Rings And Things by Tompall Glaser & The Glaser Brothers.
The three youngest of the six children of Louis and Marie Glaser, namely, Tompall (b. Thomas Paul Glaser, 3 September 1933), Chuck (b. Charles Vernon Glaser, 27 February 1936) and Jim Glaser (b. James Wilson Glaser, 16 December 1937), were born in Spalding, Nebraska, USA. They were raised in a farming community and, from the time Tompall was 14, he was singing in a trio with Chuck and Jim. Their break into professional showbusiness came in 1957 when they won Arthur Godfreys Talent Show on television. Among their successes on the US country charts were Rings, Gone, On The Other Hand, The Moods Of Mary and Faded Love. In 1971 they launched the Glaser Sound Studios in Nashville and continued to work there after disbanding in 1973. Tompall found success as a solo artist after being part of the highly successful Wanted!
Someday I think I'll take up thinking and try my best to understand How she could be loving me forever and leaving on the other hand Last night I thought I'd see a movie to help me get my thoughts in hand I think what I saw was the western preacher or James Bond on the other hand I placed the. ring upon one finger of her left hand The one who said she'd stay forever is gone on the other hand (This is Joe Talbott on the Hawaiian steel guitar) But today the world looks brighter I feel just like a brand new man I love her no longer I don't miss her I'm lying on th.
Known as Tompall and the Glaser Brothers, because Tompall took lead vocals and also had the drive, they made their own records from 1959; but it wasn’t until they joined MGM Records in 1965 that they had success. They had minor hits with Gone, on the Other Hand and The Moods of Mary, but a surefire winner, Streets of Baltimore, which Tompall had written with Harlan Howard, went to Bobby Bare. It has since been recorded by Charley Pride, Gram Parsons and the Little Willies. In Richard Thompson’s opinion, ‘Streets of Baltimore’ is one of the greatest country songs ever written
|A||Gone, On The Other Hand||2:30|
|B||Streets Of Baltimore||3:10|
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Not For Sale
|K 13611||Tompall & The Glaser Brothers*||Gone, On The Other Hand / Streets Of Baltimore (7")||MGM Records||K 13611||US||1967|