Devil Woman (Marty Robbins song)
|Single by Marty Robbins|
|from the album Devil Woman|
|B-side||"April Fool's Day"|
|Released||June 22, 1962|
|Marty Robbins singles chronology|
Devil Woman is a 1962 country single written and performed by Marty Robbins. "Devil Woman" became Marty Robbins' seventh single to reach number one on the country chart, spending eight weeks at the top spot. "Devil Woman" also crossed over onto the pop chart, peaking at number sixteen. This same version of the song was also recorded by Trini Lopez for his 1968 album Welcome to Trini Country.
Other versions by notable artists
A Spanish language version of the song, named "Magia Blanca" (translated by then-television host Alfred D. Herger was Chucho Avellanet's first career hit. A Serbian language version of the song, named "Čudna devojka" was released in 1966 by former Yugoslav beat band Zlatni Dečaci.
|U.S. Billboard Hot C&W Sides||1|
|U.S. Billboard Hot 100||16|
by Claude King
|Billboard Hot C&W Sides
September 1-October 20, 1962
"Mama Sang a Song"
by Bill Anderson
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