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Trivia / Ronnie Milsap

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  • Breakthrough Hit: "Pure Love" on the country charts, "It Was Almost Like a Song" on the pop charts.
  • Chart Displacement: "Stranger in My House" is one of his most famous songs, but it only got to #5. This is because some stations objected to its rock guitar solo, and refused to play it.
  • Keep Circulating the Tapes: Some of his well-known songs aren't in print anymore, or at least not on iTunes. Surprisingly, this includes a few Signature Songs such as "Prisoner of the Highway" and "Button Off My Shirt". Finally averted with the late-2014 release of all of his RCA Records albums in a box set.
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  • Production Posse: Nearly all of his albums were produced by Tom Collins and/or Ron Galbraith. From about 1982 onward, he also included a song written by Mike Reid on nearly every album.

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