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The Best Of Nat Stuckey

Nat Stuckey

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1
Sweet Thang
Nat Stuckey
2:46
2
Hurtin' Again
Nat Stuckey
2:53
3
Two Together
Nat Stuckey
2:25
4
Don't You Believe Her
Nat Stuckey
2:21
5
Round and Round
Nat Stuckey
1:46
6
Paralyze My Mind
Nat Stuckey
2:05
7
Oh! Woman
Nat Stuckey
1:47
8
On the Other Hand
Nat Stuckey
2:09
9
Pop a Top
Nat Stuckey
2:23
10
All My Tomorrows
Nat Stuckey
3:25
11
You're Puttin' Me On
Nat Stuckey
1:59
12
Adorable Women
Nat Stuckey
1:26
13
I Knew Her When
Nat Stuckey
2:31
14
Waitin' in Your Welfare Line
Nat Stuckey
1:57
15
My Can Do Can't Keep up with My Want To
Nat Stuckey
1:44
Total Playing Time    33:37
Nat Stuckey was a country songwriter best known for penning the Buck Owens hit Waitin' In Your Welfare Line. Stuckey also enjoyed a relatively successful career as a solo artist with hit songs such as Pop a Top and Sweet Thang, all of which appear in this collection of his best recorded moments.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Records 2000 Studio Masters

Tracks 2, 15 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM

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