Y'all Come Back Saloon

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Y'all Come Back Saloon
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Studio album by Oak Ridge Boys
Released September 2, 1977
Genre Country
Label ABC, Dot
Producer Ron Chancey
Oak Ridge Boys chronology
Y'all Come Back saloon
(1977)
Room Service
(1978)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars [1]

Y'all Come Back Saloon is a 1977 album by American vocal quartet The Oak Ridge Boys, and the group's first country music album.

Four singles were released from the album: the title song, "You're the One", "I'll Be True to You" and "Easy". The first three singles all sold well, and "I'll Be True to You" hit number one on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart.

The song "Old Time Lovin'" from this album was played on the TV series The Dukes of Hazzard, in the episode Granny Annie.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Y'all Come Back Saloon" (Sharon Vaughn)
  2. "I'll Be True to You" (Alan Rhody)
  3. "An Old Time Family Bluegrass Band" (Mike Hufman)
  4. "Didn't She Really Thrill Them (Back in 1924)" (Allan Chapman)
  5. "Old Time Lovin'" (Gerry House)
  6. "Freckles" (Sterling Whipple)
  7. "You're the One" (Bob Morrison)
  8. "Let Me Be the One" (Jimbeau Hinson)
  9. "Easy" (Chick Rains)
  10. "Emmylou" (Buzz Cason)

Personnel[edit]

Singles[edit]

  • Y'all Come Back Saloon
  • I'll Be True To You
  • You're The One
  • Easy

References[edit]