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Brian Collins Vinyl Record Albums

American country singer who enjoyed a modest run of hits in the '70s, Brian Collins was born in Baltimore, Maryland on October 19, 1950. Got his big break when Dolly Parton saw him performing in Texas and urged him to take a shot at a career in Nashville. After cutting a handful of sides for Mega Records that achieved minor success, Collins landed a deal with Dot Records. In 1973, his recording of "I Wish (You Had Stayed)" rose to #24 on the Country Singles charts, his "Statue of a Fool" hit #10 and "That's the Way Love Should Be" hit #23 in 1974. In 1978, he left Dot for RCA, where he cut three singles. In 1982 and 1983, he released three singles for the independent Primero label, two of which scratched the lower reaches of the country charts. Little was heard from him from the mid-'80s onward, but in 2010, he returned with a six-song EP, 6 BC, and he continues to make live appearances in Texas.



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That's The Way Love Should Be
Brian Collins
That's The Way Love Should Be
ABC DOT Record Label; Album cover has minor wear; Record appears new; Stereo recording
7 Inch 45 RPM
Statue Of A Fool / How Can I Tell Her (About You)
Brian Collins
Statue Of A Fool / How Can I Tell Her (About You)
DOT Record Label; Record appears new; Vinyl is black shiny and glossy; No scuffs on record; No wear or marks on the label; Generic sleeve; Track listing: Statue Of A Fool / How Can I Tell Her (About You)

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