Down in the Boondocks (album)
|Down in the Boondocks|
|Studio album by Billy Joe Royal|
|Billy Joe Royal chronology|
Down in the Boondocks is the second studio album by Billy Joe Royal released in 1965, the same year as his self-titled debut album.
There were three singles released from the album, all reaching the Top 40; the album title track (#9), "I Knew You When" (#14) and "I've Got to Be Somebody" (#38). The album also landed on the Pop Albums chart, peaking at #96.
- "Down in the Boondocks" (Joe South)
- "I Knew You When" (Joe South)
- "My Fondest Memories" (Joe South)
- "I've Got to Be Somebody" (Joe South)
- "Oh, What a Night" (Marvin Junior, Johnny Funches)
- "Leaning on You"
- "Heartaches and Teardrops" (M. Cooper, Ray Whitley)
- "Funny How Time Slips Away" (Willie Nelson)
- "Those Railroad Tracks in Between"
- "King of Fools" (Tommy Roe)
- "Steal Away" (Jimmy Hughes)
- "Pollyanna" (Joe South)