|1||Blue Is Not A Word|
Written-By – Jo-El Sonnier, Judy Ball
|2||You Sure Got This Ol' Redneck Feelin' Blue|
Written-By – Buzz Rabin, Dean Dillon
|3||Dance Time In Texas|
Written-By – Peter Rowan
|4||I've Seen That Look On Me (A Thousand Times)|
Written-By – Harlan Howard, Shirl Milete
|5||Last Time The First Time|
Written-By – Robert N. Kelly
Written-By – Dean Dillon, Hank Cochran
|7||Haven't You Heard|
Written-By – Red Lane, Wayne Kemp
|8||In Too Deep|
Written-By – Erv Woolsey, Jerry Max Lane
|9||You're Something Special To Me|
Written-By – David Anthony
Written-By – Sanger D. Shafer
|MCA-5605||George Strait|| Something Special (LP, Album, Pin)||MCA Records||MCA-5605||US||1985|
|MCAC-5605||George Strait|| Something Special (Cass, Album, Dol)||MCA Records||MCAC-5605||Canada||1985|
|MCA-5605||George Strait|| Something Special (LP, Album, Club)||MCA Records||MCA-5605||US||1985|
|MCAC-5605, MCAC 5605||George Strait|| Something Special (Cass, Album, Club, Dol)||MCA Records, MCA Records||MCAC-5605, MCAC 5605||US||1985|
|MCAD-5605||George Strait|| Something Special (CD, Album, Club)||MCA Records||MCAD-5605||US||Unknown|
- Art Direction – Simon Levy
- Backing Vocals – Curtis "Mr. Harmony" Young
- Booking [Exclusive Booking] – Buddy Lee Attractions
- Design – Brown-Wallace & Assoc., Inc.
- Engineer – Bob Bullock, Ron Treat
- Engineer [Second Engineer] – Mark Coddington, Russ Martin, Tim Kish
- Management [Personal Manager] – Erv Woolsey, The Erv Woolsey Co.
- Mastered By – Glenn Meadows
- Mixed By – Chuck Ainlay
- Musician, Acoustic Guitar – Dean Parks, Richard Bennett
- Musician, Bass – David Hungate
- Musician, Drums – Matt Betton
- Musician, Electric Guitar – Billy Joe Walker Jr., Reggie Young
- Musician, Fiddle – Johnny Gimble
- Musician, Keyboards – John Hobbs
- Musician, Pedal Steel Guitar – Paul Franklin
- Photography By – Peter Brill Nash
- Producer – George Strait, Jimmy Bowen
Produced by Jimmy Bowen for Lynwood Productions and George Strait for George Strait Productions.
℗ 1985 MCA Records, Inc.
© 1985 MCA Records, Inc.
Issued in a standard jewel case, black CD tray, including a 4-page booklet.
- Barcode: 0 76732-5605-2 5
- Matrix / Runout: MCA D56 05 [email protected] F
- Matrix / Runout (Mould Area): MADE IN USA BY UML
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L006
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 0310
- Other (DADC Code): DIDX-392
- Produced For – Lynwood Productions
- Produced For – George Strait Productions
- Copyright (c) – MCA Records, Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – MCA Records, Inc.
- Recorded At – Sound Stage Studios
- Mixed At – GroundStar Laboratories
- Mastered At – Masterfonics
- Made By – UML
Something Special is the fifth studio album by American country music artist George Strait, released on August 29, 1985 by MCA Records. It is certified platinum by the RIAA. The album produced singles in the track You're Something Special to Me 4 on Hot Country Singles and The Chair 1 on the same chart. It was the first album for the MCA label to be issued on both LP album and compact disc. Blue is Not a Word was previously recorded by Kari Pickett in 1978. George Strait lead vocals. Something Special. George Strait - Something Special 1985. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Country Music. George Strait. Songs in album George Strait - Something Special 1985. George Strait - You're Something Special To Me. George Strait - Last Time The First Time. George Strait - Haven't You Heard. George Strait - In Too Deep. George Strait - Blue Is Not A Word. George Strait - You Sure Got This Ol' Redneck Feelin' Blue. George Strait's 1984 album Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind is widely regarded as his greatest album but its 1985 successor, Something Special, doesn't pale in comparison, even if it doesn't quite offer something special or different from what Strait has done before. Far from being a departure, if anything Something Special digs even deeper into traditional country, rooted heavily on Western swing and pure honky tonk, from the shuffles to the barroom ballads that pop up regularly. Only the. Album 1985 10 Songs. Something Special George Strait. performs the songs, Last Time the First Time, Amarillo By Morning, Lefty's Gone, You're Something Special To Me, The Fireman, The Chair, and Something Special becoming his third country chart-topping album, George Strait more than deserved the Entertainer Of The Year accolades. Released almost 11 months later to the day, on 29 August 1985, Something Special continued Straits run of successes to become his third country chart-topper in a row. Unhurried elegance. Recorded at Sound Stage Studios, in Nashville, Something Special was produced as usual by Strait and his trusted confidant, former recording star and Nashville staple Jimmy Bowen. Listen free to George Strait Something Special You're Something Special To Me, Last Time The First Time and more. 10 tracks 32:09. Released August 29, 1985. Something Special Tracklist. You're Something Special To Me Lyrics. Out of all the country singers to emerge in the 1980s, George Strait stayed the closest to traditional country. Drawing from both the honky tonk and Western swing traditions, Strait didn't refashion the genres instead, he revitalized them. In the pr. read more. similar to. georgestrait Albums