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Three Hearts in a Tangle

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"Three Hearts in a Tangle"
Single by Roy Drusky
from the album Anymore with Roy Drusky
B-side "I'd Rather Loan You Out"
Released 1961 (1961)
Format 7″
Genre Country
Length 2:44
Label Decca
31193
Songwriter(s)
"Three Hearts in a Tangle"
Single by James Brown
from the album Tour the U.S.A.
Released November 1962 (1962-11)
Format 7″
Genre Rhythm and blues
Length 3:00
Label King
5701
Songwriter(s)
James Brown charting singles chronology
"Mashed Potatoes U.S.A."
(1962)
"Three Hearts in a Tangle"
(1962)
"String Module Error: Match not found"
(1962)

"Mashed Potatoes U.S.A."
(1962)
"Three Hearts in a Tangle"
(1962)
"I've Got Money" (B-side of "Three Hearts in a Tangle")
(1962)

"Three Hearts in a Tangle" is a song written by Ray Pennington and Sonny Thompson. It was first recorded by Pennington under the pseudonym "Ray Starr" for King Records in 1958. Pennington was unsatisfied with the quality of the recording and had it quickly withdrawn. In 1961 Roy Drusky made a hit recording of the song which reached No. 2 on the Country chart and No. 35 on the Billboard Hot 100. A year later, James Brown recorded it in 4
4
 time
rather than the 3
4
in which it was originally written, earning him a No. 18 R&B hit.[1] Other performers who have recorded the song include Dave Dudley, Leroy Van Dyke, and George and Gwen McCrae.

References

  1. ^ White, Cliff (1991). "Discography". In Star Time (pp. 54–59) [CD booklet]. New York: PolyGram Records.

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