Whiskey River" is a song co-written and recorded by American country music singer Johnny Bush. He released the song in 1972 through RCA Victor and included it on his album Whiskey River. Bush later re-recorded the song in 1981 and released it through the Delta label, with "When My Conscience Hurts the Most" on the b-side. Willie Nelson first recorded "Whiskey River" for the album Shotgun Willie in 1973.
Music By – Johnny BushWords By – Paul Stroud. B. Right Back In Your Arms Again. Written-By – Mel Tillis. Producer – Jerry Bradley. Vocals – The Jordanaires. Whiskey River (7", Single). Delta Records (2). DS-10041.
And then Johnny wrote 'Whiskey River,'" Nelson wrote in the foreword to Bush's book Whiskey River (Take My Mind): The True Story of Texas Honky-Tonk. He has been exceedingly wealthy ever since. He doesn’t need to sing any more or write books. He only does it to serve his public, which he deeply loves. Nelson's version wasn't released as a single until 1978, when it was featured on his live album Willie and Family Live. It peaked at on the country chart.
Johnny Bush, Jonny Bush. Johnny Bush - Whiskey River 02:31. Johnny Bush - Blind Eye of Love 02:30. Johnny Bush - Drivin' Nails in My Coffin 02:20. Johnny Bush - Amarillo Depot 02:41. Johnny Bush - Unchained Melody 03:04.
Johnny Bush, born February 17, 1935 as John Bush Shinn III in Houston, Texas, is a country music singer, songwriter, and drummer. Bush, nicknamed the "Country Caruso," is best-known for his distinctive voice and as the writer of "Whiskey River," a top-ten hit for himself and Willie Nelson's signature song. He is still popular in his native Texas.
Whiskey River/There Stands the Glass.
Album · 1969 · 3 Songs. See All. Country Masters: Johnny Bush.
Johnny Bush - Whiskey River. Top Songs By Johnny Bush. go away and leave me lonely If you can't undo the wrong Undo the right Chs It's too late to say your heart is filled with sorrow You can't undo what's done Why do you try So before you leave me here To face tomorrow If you can't undo the wrong Undo the right. Lyrics powered by ww. usixmatch.
Johnny Bush originally recorded Whiskey River written by Johnny Bush and Paul Stroud and Johnny Bush released it on the single Whiskey River in 1972. It was also covered by Trick Pony feat. Willie Nelson, Cooder Graw, Mark Thornton, Willie Nelson and other artists. Whiskey River, There Stands the Glass Album January 20, 1973. Bush re-recorded the song for Amarillo Depot, and a January 1982 re-recording can be found on Together Again.
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|74-0745||Johnny Bush||Whiskey River / Right Back In Your Arms (7")||RCA Victor||74-0745||US||1972|
|74-0745||Johnny Bush||Whiskey River / Right Back In Your Arms Again (7", Promo)||RCA||74-0745||US||1972|
|74-0745||Johnny Bush||Whiskey River / Right Back In Your Arms (7", Single)||RCA Victor||74-0745||US||1972|
|102176||Johnny Bush||Whiskey River / Right Back In Your Arms (7", Single)||RCA Records||102176||Australia||1972|
|74-0745||Johnny Bush||Whiskey River (7", Single)||RCA Victor||74-0745||Canada||1972|
|DS-10041 / DS 10042||Johnny Bush||Whiskey River (7", Single)||Delta Records||DS-10041 / DS 10042||US||1980|
|DS-10041||Johnny Bush||Whiskey River (7", Single)||Delta Records||DS-10041||US||1980|