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Warner Mack

 

Warner Mack

Warner Mack
Warner Mack in 1967
Background information
Birth name Warner McPherson[1]
Born (1938-04-05) April 5, 1938 (age 76)
Origin Vicksburg, MS
Genres Country
Occupations Singer-songwriter
Instruments Vocals, guitar
Years active 1957–1977
Labels Decca

Warner MacPherson (born April 2, 1938), known professionally as Warner Mack, is an American country music singer-songwriter. Mack had many hits on the country charts from the late 1950s to the early 1970s, some of which crossed over to the pop charts.

He was born in Nashville, Tennessee, and had a No. 1 hit in 1965 with "The Bridge Washed Out".[1]

Discography

Albums

Year Album US Country Label
1964 Everybody's Country Favorites Kapp
1965 The Bridge Washed Out 14 Decca
1966 The Country Touch 4
1967 Drifting Apart 21
1968 The Many Country Moods of Warner Mack 21
1969 The Country Beat of Warner Mack 42
I'll Still Be Missing You 30
1970 Love Hungry
1971 You Make Me Feel Like a Man

Singles

Year Single Chart Positions Album
US Country US CAN Country
1957 "Is It Wrong (For Loving You)" 9 61 singles only
1958 "Roc-a-Chicka" 74
"Falling in Love"
"Lonesome for You Now"
"First Chance I Get"
1959 "Yes There's a Reason"
1962 "Afraid to Look Back"
1963 "Working Girl" The Bridge Washed Out
1964 "Surely" 34
"I'll Be Alright in the Morning"
"Sittin' in an All Nite Cafe" 4
1965 "The Bridge Washed Out" 1
"Sittin' on a Rock (Cryin' in a Creek)" 3 The Country Touch
1966 "Talkin' to the Wall" 3
"It Takes a Lot of Money" 4 Drifting Apart
1967 "Drifting Apart" 8
"How Long Will It Take" 4 The Many Country Moods of Warner Mack
"I'd Give the World (To Be Back Loving You)" 11
1968 "I'm Gonna Move On" 7 10
"Pray for Your Country" 37 single only
"Don't Wake Me I'm Dreaming" 23 17 The Country Beat of Warner Mack
1969 "Leave My Dream Alone" 6
"I'll Still Be Missing You" 8 I'll Still Be Missing You
1970 "Love Hungry" 19 23 Love Hungry
"Live for the Good Times" 16 24 You Make Me Feel Like a Man
1971 "You Make Me Feel Like a Man" 34
"I Wanna Be Loved Completely" 53 singles only
1972 "Draggin' the River" 45
"Your Warm Love"
"You're Burnin' My House Down" 59
1973 "Some Roads Have No Ending" 54
"After the Lights Go Out"
"Goodbyes Don't Come Easy" 91 74
1975 "Don't Bring the Rain Down On Me"
"Who's Making the Change"
1976 "I've Got a Friend (Just Over the Mountain)"
1977 "Brush Arbor in the White House"
"These Crazy Thoughts (Run Through My Mind)" 87

References

External links

  • Official Website

Warner also co-wrote the hit song "As long as I keep wanting" (I'll keep wanting you)


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