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Jeannie Seely discography

Jeannie Seely discography
Jeannie Seely at the Grand Ole Opry, 2015.
Studio albums17
Live albums1
Compilation albums3
Music videos3
Singles36
Soundtrack albums1
Other album appearances10

The discography of American country artist Jeannie Seely contains 16 studio albums, three compilation albums and 36 singles. Releasing several singles for the Challenge label, she moved to Nashville, Tennessee and signed with Monument Records in 1966.[1] Releasing "Don't Touch Me" as a single, it became a major country hit, reaching number 2 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart.[2] It also became her only single to reach the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at number 85.[3] The success led to the release of her debut studio album entitled The Seely Style, which reached number 8 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart.[4]

Seely had several more major hits during the 1960s: "It's Only Love" (1966), "A Wanderin' Man" (1967) and "I'll Love You More (Than You'll Need)" (1968).[1] She also released three more studio albums during this time. This included Thanks, Hank!, which peaked at number 17 on the country albums chart in 1967.[5] Leaving Monument, Seely signed with Decca Records and paired with country artist Jack Greene for a series of duet recordings. Their first single, "Wish I Didn't Have to Miss You" (1969), reached number 2 on the Billboard country chart. Spawning an album,[1] the project peaked at number 18 on the country albums chart in 1970.[6] After a series of singles and two albums, Seely released two major hits in 1973: "Can I Sleep in Your Arms" and "Lucky Ladies".[1] The success prompted the release of an album of the same name, which peaked at number 15 on the country albums chart.[7]

Seely continued recording for major labels until the end of the 1970s. Her final singles on Columbia Records became minor hits on the Billboard country chart. Her final chart appearance was 1978's "Take Me to Bed", which reached number 97.[8] Although still touring and performing, she did not release further studio albums again until the 1990s.[1] Among the highlights of her later material is 2003's Life's Highway, an album of bluegrass material.[9] She also issued album of classic country in 2011 entitled Vintage Country. Her most recent release was in 2017 via Cheyenne Records, Written in Song.[1]

Albums

Studio albums

List of studio albums, with selected chart positions, and other relevant details
Title Album details Peak
chart
positions
US
Country

[10][11]
The Seely Style
  • Released: September 19, 1966
  • Label: Monument
  • Formats: LP
8
Thanks, Hank![a]
  • Released: May 8, 1967
  • Label: Monument
  • Formats: LP
17
I'll Love You More
  • Released: January 15, 1968
  • Label: Monument
  • Formats: LP
30
Little Things
  • Released: December 16, 1968
  • Label: Monument
  • Formats: LP
36
Jeannie Seely
  • Released: April 7, 1969
  • Label: Decca
  • Formats: LP
Jack Greene, Jeannie Seely
(with Jack Greene)
  • Released: January 12, 1970
  • Label: Decca
  • Formats: LP
18
Please Be My New Love
  • Released: June 29, 1970
  • Label: Decca
  • Formats: LP
Two for the Show
(with Jack Greene)
  • Released: January 22, 1973
  • Label: Decca
  • Formats: LP
36
Can I Sleep in Your Arms/Lucky Ladies
  • Released: November 19, 1973
  • Label: MCA
  • Formats: LP
15
Greatest Hits (re-recordings)
(with Jack Greene)
  • Released: 1982
  • Label: Gusto
  • Formats: Cassette, LP
Jeannie Seely
  • Released: 1990
  • Label: Faux Paw/Shadpoke
  • Formats: Cassette
Number One Christmas
  • Released: October 1, 1996
  • Label: Power Pak
  • Formats: Cassette, CD
Been There...Sung That!
  • Released: June 1999
  • Label: Faux Paw/Shadpoke
  • Formats: Cassette, CD
Life's Highway
Vintage Country: Old But Treasured
  • Released: February 1, 2011
  • Label: Cheyenne
  • Formats: CD
Written in Song
  • Released: January 13, 2017
  • Label: Cheyenne
  • Formats: CD, music download
An American Classic
  • Released: August 14, 2020[13]
  • Label: Curb
  • Formats: CD, music download
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Soundtrack albums

List of albums, with selected chart positions and certifications, showing other relevant details
Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications
US
[14]
US
Coun.

[15]
AUS
[16]
CAN
[17]
CAN
Coun.

[18]
Honeysuckle Rose
(credited as "Willie Nelson and Family")
  • Released: July 18, 1980
  • Label: Columbia
  • Formats: LP, cassette
11 1 34 24 4

Live albums

List of albums, showing relevant details
Title Album details
Live at the Grand Ole Opry[21]
(with Jack Greene)
  • Released: May 29, 1978
  • Labels: Pinnacle
  • Formats: LP, cassette

Compilation albums

List of albums, showing relevant details
Title Album details
Greatest Hits on Monument
  • Released: March 9, 1993
  • Label: Sony
  • Formats: Cassette, CD
Personal
  • Released: 1997
  • Label: Jeannie Seely[22]
  • Formats: CD
20 All-Time Greatest Hits
(with Jack Greene)
  • Released: April 30, 2003[23]
  • Label: Gusto
  • Formats: Music download

Singles

List of singles, with selected chart positions, showing other relevant details
Title Year Peak chart positions Album
US
[24]
US
Cou.

[25]
[26]
US
AC

[27]
CAN
Cou.

[28]
"If I Can't Have You"[29] 1964 Non-album single
"A World Without You"[30] 1965
"Today Is Not the Day"[31]
"Don't Touch Me" 1966 85 2 29 The Seely Style
"It's Only Love" 15
"A Wanderin' Man" 13 Thanks, Hank!
"When It's Over" 1967 39 I'll Love You More
"These Memories" 42 Thanks, Hank!
"I'll Love You More (Than You'll Need)" 10 I'll Love You More
"Welcome Home to Nothing" 1968 24 Little Things
"How Is He" 23
"Little Things"[32]
"Just Enough to Start Me Dreamin'" 1969 43 Jeannie Seely
"Jeannie's Song"[33] Please Be My New Love
"Wish I Didn't Have to Miss You"
(with Jack Greene)
2 21 Jack Greene, Jeannie Seely
"Please Be My New Love" 1970 46 Please Be My New Love
"Tell Me Again" 58 Can I Sleep in Your Arms/Lucky Ladies
"You Don't Understand Him Like I Do" 1971 71 Non-album single
"Alright, I'll Sign the Papers" 42 Can I Sleep in Your Arms/Lucky Ladies
"Much Oblige"
(with Jack Greene)
15 15 Two for the Show
"Pride" 1972 47 Can I Sleep in Your Arms/Lucky Ladies
"What in the World Has Gone Wrong
with Our Love
" (with Jack Greene)
19 19 Two for the Show
"Farm in Pennsyltucky" 72 79 Can I Sleep in Your Arms/Lucky Ladies
"Can I Sleep in Your Arms" 1973 6 4
"Lucky Ladies" 11 17
"I Miss You" 1974 37 Non-album single
"He Can Be Mine" 26
"The First Time"[34] 1975
"Take My Hand" 59
"Since I Met You, Boy" 1976 96
"We're Still Hangin' in There, Ain't We, Jessi" 1977 80
"Take Me to Bed" 97
"Don't Touch Me" (re-recorded version)[35] 1981 Greatest Hits
"Not a Dry Eye in the House"[36]
(with Willie Nelson)
2020 An American Classic
"If You Could Call It That"[37]
(with Steve Wariner)
2021
"So Far, So Good"[38]
(with The Whites)
2022
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Music videos

List of music videos, showing year released and director
Title Year Director(s) Ref.
"Trashy Women"
(Confederate Railroad featuring Stonewall Jackson and Jeannie Seely)
1993 Martin Kahan [39]
"Wrapped Around"
(Brad Paisley featuring Jeannie Seely)
2001 Brad Paisley/Jim Shea [40]
"Waffle House Christmas"
(Bill Anderson featuring Jeannie Seely and various artists)
2018 Lee Willard [41]

Other appearances

List of non-single guest appearances, with other performing artists, showing year released and album name
Title Year Other artist(s) Album Ref.
"One Day at a Time" 1983 Amazing Grace [42]
"What Child Is This" 1988 K-Tel Presents Christmas Favorites [43]
"Ain't You Even Gonna Cry" 2001 Hank Locklin Generations in Song [44]
"I'm Ready to Go" Ralph Stanley Clinch Mountain Sweethearts [45]
"Mental Cruelty" 2003 Doyle Holly Together Again [46]
"Those Were the Days" 2005 Dolly Parton
Mary Hopkin
Porter Wagoner
Moscow Circus
Those Were the Days [47]
"This Is Our Time" 2008 David Frizzell
Helen Cornelius
Kevin Denney
Jimmy Fortune
Allen Frizzell
Merle Haggard
Johnny Rodriguez
This Is Our Time [48]
"Waltz Across Texas" 2010 Jack Greene Precious Memories, Treasured Friends [49]
"Surely I Will Lord" 2012 Al Brumley, Jr. Al Brumley, Jr. Sings 36 Gospel Classics [50]
"Twelve Days of Christmas" 2015 Rhonda Vincent Christmas Time [51]

Notes

  1. ^ In 1972, the album was reissued on the Monument label under the title Make the World Go Away.[12]

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f Huey, Steve. "Jeannie Seely: Biography & History". Allmusic. Retrieved 29 March 2020.
  2. ^ ""Don't Touch Me" chart history: Country Songs". Billboard. Retrieved 29 March 2020.
  3. ^ ""Don't Touch Me" chart history: Hot 100". Billboard. Retrieved 29 March 2020.
  4. ^ "The Seely Style chart history". Billboard. Retrieved 29 March 2020.
  5. ^ "Thanks, Hank! chart history". Billboard. Retrieved 29 March 2020.
  6. ^ "Jack Greene & Jeannie Seely chart history". Billboard. Retrieved 29 March 2020.
  7. ^ "Can I Sleep in Your Arms/Lucky Ladies chart history". Billboard. Retrieved 29 March 2020.
  8. ^ ""Take Me to Bed" chart history". Billboard. Retrieved 29 March 2020.
  9. ^ Lupton, John. "Jeannie Seely travels life's highways". Country Standard Time. Retrieved 31 March 2020.
  10. ^ "Jeannie Seely chart history: Country Albums". Billboard. Retrieved 30 March 2020.
  11. ^ "Jack Greene chart history: Country Albums". Billboard. Retrieved 30 March 2020.
  12. ^ "Jeannie Seely -- Make the World Go Away (1972, Vinyl)". Discogs. Retrieved 23 April 2020.
  13. ^ McClintic, Pat. "Jeannie Seely Ready to Celebrate July 6th Birthday In a Big Way". Think Country Music. Retrieved 28 June 2020.
  14. ^ "Honeysuckle Rose chart history: Billboard 200". Billboard. Retrieved 27 April 2020.
  15. ^ "Honeysuckle Rose chart history: Country Albums". Billboard. Retrieved 27 April 2020.
  16. ^ David Kent (1993). Australian Charts Book 1970—1992. Australian Chart Book Pty Ltd, Turramurra, N.S.W. ISBN 978-0-646-11917-5.
  17. ^ "Search results for "Honeysuckle Rose" -- Top Albums/CD's". RPM. 17 July 2013. Retrieved 27 April 2020.
  18. ^ "Search results for "Honeysuckle Rose" -- Country Albums/CD's". RPM. 17 July 2013. Retrieved 27 April 2020.
  19. ^ "Canadian album certifications – Willie Nelson – Honeysuckle Rose". Music Canada.
  20. ^ "American album certifications – Willie Nelson & Family – Honeysuckle Rose (soundtrack)". Recording Industry Association of America.
  21. ^ "Live at The Grand Ole Opry". Discogs. 1978. Retrieved 31 March 2020.
  22. ^ Seely, Jeannie (1997). "Personal (Liner Notes)". Jeannie Seely.
  23. ^ "Jack Greene & Jeannie Seely 20 All-Time Greatest Hits". Apple Music. Retrieved 7 April 2020.
  24. ^ "Jeannie Seely chart history: Hot 100". Billboard. Retrieved 30 March 2020.
  25. ^ "Jeannie Seely Chart History: Country Songs". Billboard. Retrieved 30 March 2020.
  26. ^ "Jack Greene chart history: Country Songs". Billboard. Retrieved 30 March 2020.
  27. ^ "Jeannie Seely chart history: Adult Contemporary". Billboard. Retrieved 30 March 2020.
  28. ^ "Search results for "Jeannie Seely" under Country Singles". RPM. Archived from the original on 2 April 2015. Retrieved 24 April 2012.
  29. ^ Seely, Jeannie (December 1964). ""If I Can't Have You"/"Old Memories Never Die" (7" vinyl single)". Challenge Records. 59274.
  30. ^ Seely, Jeannie (June 1965). ""A World Without You"/"Bring It on Back" (7" vinyl single)". Challenge Records. 59298.
  31. ^ Seely, Jeannie (August 1965). ""Today Is Not the Day"/"What Am I Doing in Your World" (7" vinyl single)". Challenge Records. 59274.
  32. ^ Seely, Jeannie (September 1968). ""Little Things"/"My Love Dies Hard" (7" vinyl single)". Monument Records. 45-1100.
  33. ^ Seely, Jeannie (June 1969). ""Jeannie's Song"/"Out Loud" (7" vinyl single)". Decca Records. 32524.
  34. ^ Seely, Jeannie (February 1975). ""The First Time"/"If I Had the Chance" (7" vinyl single)". MCA Records. MCA-40372.
  35. ^ Seely, Jeannie (1981). ""Don't Touch Me"/"Can I Sleep in Your Arms Tonight Mister" (7" vinyl single)". Gusto Records. GT4-2128.
  36. ^ "Not A Dry Eye In The House". Spotify. July 6, 2020. Retrieved December 1, 2022.
  37. ^ "Jeannie Seely Released "If You Could Call It That" to Radio -". Country Evolution. March 3, 2021. Retrieved December 1, 2022.
  38. ^ "Jeannie Seely Announces Release of Collaboration With The Whites "So Far, So Good" to Radio". The Country Note. March 5, 2022. Retrieved December 1, 2022.
  39. ^ "Billboard -- 1993" (PDF). American Radio History. Retrieved 5 April 2020.
  40. ^ Moris, Edward. "Brad Paisley Speaks the Camera's Language Singer Is a Master at Reaching Others Through Music Videos". Country Music Television. Retrieved 10 April 2020.
  41. ^ Watts, Cindy. "Video debut: Kid Rock joins country stars to celebrate 'Waffle House Christmas'". The Tennessean. Retrieved 10 April 2020.
  42. ^ "Amazing Grace (1983, Vinyl)". Discogs. 1983. Retrieved 30 March 2020.
  43. ^ "K-Tel Presents Christmas Favorites: Various: Songs, Reviews, Credits". Allmusic. Retrieved 30 March 2020.
  44. ^ "Generations in Song: Hank Locklin: Songs, Reviews, Credits". Allmusic. Retrieved 30 March 2020.
  45. ^ "Clinch Mountain Sweethearts: Ralph Stanley: Songs, Reviews, Credits". Allmusic. Retrieved 30 March 2020.
  46. ^ "Together Again: Doyle Holly: Songs, Reviews, Credits". Allmusic. Retrieved 30 March 2020.
  47. ^ "Those Were the Days: Dolly Parton: Songs, Reviews, Credits". Allmusic. Retrieved 30 March 2020.
  48. ^ "This Is Our Time: David Frizzell: Songs, Reviews, Credits". Allmusic. Retrieved 30 March 2020.
  49. ^ "Jack Greene – "Precious Memories, Treasured Friends"". Nashville Music Guide. 18 October 2010. Retrieved 7 April 2020.
  50. ^ "Sings 36 Gospel Classics: Albert Brumley: Songs, Reviews, Credits". Allmusic. Retrieved 30 March 2020.
  51. ^ "Christmas Time: Rhonda Vincent: Songs, Reviews, Credits". Allmusic. Retrieved 30 March 2020.

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