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Behind Closed Doors (Charlie Rich album)

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Released  1973
Label  Epic
Artist  Claude Rich
Producer  Billy Sherrill
Length  31:30
Behind Closed Doors (1973)  Tomorrow Night (1973)
Release date  1973
Genre  Country music
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Boss Man (1970)  Behind Closed Doors (1973)
Awards  American Music Award for Favorite Pop/Rock Album
Country music albums  I Do My Swingin' at Home, Here for the Party, Highways & Heartaches, Still the Same Ole Me, Pancho & Lefty

Behind Closed Doors is a 1973 album by Charlie Rich. The album received three Country Music Association awards: Best Male Vocalist, Album of the Year, and Single of the Year, for the title song written by Kenny O'Dell. The album also went gold. Rich won the Grammy for Best Male Country Vocal Performance, and he took home four Academy of Country Music awards.


Track listing

  1. "Behind Closed Doors" (Kenny O'Dell) - 2:56
  2. "If You Wouldn't Be My Lady" (Jimmy Holiday, Eddie Reeves) - 2:53
  3. "You Never Really Wanted Me" (Charlie Rich) - 2:27
  4. "A Sunday Kind of Woman" (Margaret A. Rich) - 3:09
  5. "Peace on You" (Charlie Rich) - 3:59
  6. "The Most Beautiful Girl" (Billy Sherrill, Norro Wilson, Rory Bourke) - 2:43
  7. "I Take It on Home" (Kenny O'Dell) - 2:52
  8. "'Til I Can't Take It Anymore" (Clyde Otis, Dorian Burton) - 2:30
  9. "We Love Each Other" (Buddy Killen) - 3:08
  10. "I'm Not Going Hungry" (Frederick Hart) - 2:12
  11. "Nothing in the World (To Do with Me)" (Margaret Ann Rich) - 2:41


  • The Jordanaires, Nashville Edition - background vocals
  • Charlie Bragg, Lou Bradley - engineers
  • Bill Barnes, Peggy Owens - photography
  • Songs

    1Behind Closed Doors2:56
    2If You Wouldn't Be My Lady2:51
    3You Never Really Wanted Me2:25


    Behind Closed Doors (Charlie Rich album) Wikipedia

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