I'm Sorry for You My Friend

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I'm Sorry for You My Friend
Studio album by Moe Bandy
Released 1977
Genre Country
Label Columbia
Producer Ray Baker
Moe Bandy chronology
Here I Am Drunk Again
(1976)
I'm Sorry for You My Friend
(1977)
The Best
1977

I'm Sorry for You My Friend is the sixth album by country singer Moe Bandy, released in 1977 on the Columbia label recorded at Colombia Recording Studio "B".

Track listing[edit]

  1. "I'm Sorry For You, My Friend" (H. Williams) - 2:22
  2. "Someone That I Can Forget" (L. Hargrove/P. Drake) - 2:28
  3. "The Lady From The Country (Of Eleven Hundred Springs)" (J. Jay/B. Evans) - 2:08
  4. "So Much For You, So Much For Me" (L. Anderson) - 2:23
  5. "All The Beer And All My Friends Are Gone" (B. Anderson/M. L. Turner) - 2:39
  6. "A Four Letter Fool" (K. Jean) - 2:20
  7. "High Inflation Blues" (S. Collom) - 1:55
  8. "Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind" (S. D. Shafer/D. Shafer) - 2:12
  9. "She's An Angel" (H. Howard/L. J. Dillon) - 1:54
  10. "She's Everbody's Woman, I'm Nobody's Man" (S. D. Shafer/M. Bandy) - 2:33

Musicians[edit]

  • Leo Jackson
  • Bob Moore
  • Kenny Malone
  • Johnny Gimble
  • Weldon Myrick
  • Hargus Robbins
  • Charlie McCoy
  • Dave Kirby
  • Bobby Thompson
  • Ray Edenton
  • Jerry Carrigan
  • Henry Strzelecki
  • Leon Rhodes
  • Terry McMillan

Backing[edit]

  • The Jordanaires
  • The Nashville Edition

Production[edit]

  • Sound Engineer - Lou Bradley
  • Photography - Jim McGuire
  • Design - Bill Barnes, Cheryl Pardue