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Honey (Bobby Goldsboro album)

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LabelUnited Artists
ProducerBob Montgomery, Jack Gold
Bobby Goldsboro chronology
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Honey is a studio album by American pop and country singer songwriter Bobby Goldsboro issued in March 1968 on the United Artists label.[1] It reached #1 in the US Country Albums chart, #5 in the US Pop charts and #41 in the Canadian charts. It was also certified Gold by the RIAA.

The title track, "Honey", was his biggest hit in 1968, a tearjerker about the death of a man's young wife. The song, written by Bobby Russell, was recorded in one take. It became the largest-selling record in the world for 1968 and topped the Hot 100 for five weeks. A French-language version "Chérie" became a local hit in Canada.[2]

Selections from this album have appeared in other collections.

Track listing

Side one

  1. "Honey" (Bobby Russell) – 3:58
  2. "Run to Me" (Bobby Goldsboro) – 2:25
  3. "With Pen in Hand” (Bobby Goldsboro) – 3:27
  4. "Pardon Me Miss" (Bobby Goldsboro) – 2:40
  5. "Why Don't You Believe Me" (Lew Douglas, King Laney, Ray Rodde) – 2:15

Side two

  1. "Pledge of Love" (Bobby Goldsboro) – 2:21
  2. "Little Green Apples" (Bobby Russell) – 2:25
  3. "Love Arrestor" (Bobby Goldsboro) – 2:43
  4. "By the Time I Get to Phoenix" (Jimmy Webb) – 2:44
  5. "Beautiful People" (Kenny O'Dell) – 2:20
  6. "A Woman" (Larry Butler, John Hurley) – 2:11



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  2. ^ Hervé Mouvet La belle histoire des groupes de rock français des années 60 2001 p.50. "George Brummell ... de Honey de Bobby Goldsboro, transposée en Chérie."
  3. ^ Album notes
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