Melba Montgomery discography


Melba Montgomery discography
Melba Montgomery discography
Releases
Studio albums 29
Live albums 1
Compilation albums 2
Singles 59
B-sides 1

This article presents the discography of American country artist, Melba Montgomery.

Contents

Albums

Studio albums

Year Album details Chart positions
US Country
[1]
1964 America's No. 1 Country and Western Girl Singer
Down Home
  • Released: 1964
  • Label: United Artists Records
1965 I Can't Get Used to Being Lonely
  • Released: 1965
  • Label: United Artists Records
1966 Country Girl
Hallelujah Road
  • Released: 1966
  • Label: Musicor Records
1967 The Mood I'm In
  • Released: 1967
  • Label: Musicor Records
Don't Keep Me Lonely Too Long
  • Released: 1967
  • Label: Musicor Records
Melba Toast
  • Released: 1967
  • Label: Musicor Records
1968 I'm Just Living
  • Released: 1968
  • Label: Musicor Records
1969 Country Girl
1970 Don't Keep Me Lonely Too Long
  • Released: 1970
  • Label: Capitol Records
1973 Melba Montgomery
1974 No Charge
  • Released: 1974
  • Label: Elektra Records
14
1975 Don't Let the Good Times Fool You
  • Released: 1975
  • Label: Elektra Records
47
The Greatest Gift of All
  • Released: 1975
  • Label: Elektra Records
1977 Melba Montgomery
  • Released: 1977
  • Label: United Artists Records
1982 I Still Care
  • Released: 1982
  • Label: Phonorama Records
1992 Do You Know Where Your Man Is
  • Released: 1992
  • Label: Playback Records
2001 This Time Around
  • Released: 2001
  • Label: CMC Records
"—" denotes releases that did not chart

Collaborations

Year Album details Chart positions
US Country
[1]
1963 What's in Our Hearts (with George Jones)
  • Released: November 1963
  • Label: United Artists Records
3
1964 Bluegrass Hootenanny (with George Jones)
  • Released: March 1964
  • Label: United Artists Records
12
1965 Please Come Back Baby (with Gene Pitney)
  • Released: 1965
  • Label: Design Records
1966 Blue Moon of Kentucky (with George Jones)
  • Released: 1966
  • Label: United Artists Records
Being Together (with Gene Pitney)
  • Released: 1966
  • Label: Musicor Records
Famous Country Duets (with George Jones and Gene Pitney)
  • Released: 1966
  • Label: Musicor Records
1967 Close Together As You and Me (with George Jones)
  • Released: 1967
  • Label: Musicor Records
Party Pickin' (with George Jones)
  • Released: 1967
  • Label: Musicor Records
37
1971 Something to Brag About (with Charlie Louvin)
  • Released: 1971
  • Label: Capitol Records
45
Baby, You've Got What It Takes (with Charlie Louvin)
  • Released: 1971
  • Label: Capitol Records
45
"—" denotes releases that did not chart

Live albums

Year Album details
1983 Audiograph Alive
  • Released: 1983
  • Label: Audiograph Records

Compilation albums

Year Album details
1974 Aching Breaking Heart
  • Released: 1974
  • Label: Capitol Records
2001 Golden Moments
  • Released: January 30, 2001
  • Label: Classic Productions, Inc.

Singles

Year Single Peak chart positions Album
US Country
[2]
CAN Country
[3]
1962 "I'm No Longer in Your Heart" non-album single
1963 "Hall of Shame" 26 Down Home
"The Greatest One of All" 22
1964 "Suppose Tonight Would Be Our Last" What's in Our Heart
"The Face" Down Home
"Big, Big Heartaches" America's No. 1 Country and Western Girl Singer
1965 "I Can't Get Used to Being Lonely" I Can't Get Used to Being Lonely
"I Saw It"
"I'll Wait Till Seven"
"Constantly"
1966 "Don't Keep Me Lonely Too Long" Don't Keep Me Lonely Too Long
"Crossing Over Jordan" Hallelujah Road
"My Tiny Music Box" Don't Keep Me Lonely Too Long
"He Stayed Away" Country Girl
1967 "What Can I Tell the Folks Back Home" 61 I'm Just Living
"Twilight Years" Melba Toast
1968 "You Put Me Here"
"Hallelujah Road" Hallelujah Road
1969 "Everyday's a Happy Day for Fools" non-album singles
"We're Living to Give"
"You Let Me Win" Country Girl (Capitol Records)
1970 "The Closer She Gets" Don't Keep Me Lonely Too Long (Capitol Records)
"Eloy Crossing" Aching Breaking Heart
1971 "He's My Man" 61 non-album single
1972 "Say You'll Never Leave Me" Don't Keep Me Lonely Too Long (Capitol Records)
1973 "Wrap Your Love Around Me" 38 47 Melba Montgomery
1974 "He'll Come Home" 58 47
"No Charge"[A] 1 1 No Charge
"Your Pretty Roses Come Too Late" 67 Don't Let the Good Times Fool You
"If You Want the Rainbow" 59
1975 "Don't Let the Good Times Fool You" 15 14
"Searchin' (For Someone Like You)" 45
"He Loved You Right Out of My Mind" The Greatest Gift of All
"Love Was the Wind" 67 non-album single
1977 "Never Ending Love Affair" 83 Melba Montgomery (United Artists Records)
"Before the Pain Comes"
"Angel of the Morning" 22 48
1978 "Leavin' Me in Your Mind"
1980 "The Star" 92 non-album singles
1986 "Straight Talkin'" 78
"—" denotes releases that did not chart
Notes
  • A^ "No Charge" also peaked at #39 on the Billboard Hot 100,[2] #47 on the Canadian RPM Top Singles chart, and #24 on the Canadian RPM Adult Contemporary chart.[3]

Collaborations

Year Single Artist Peak chart positions Album
US Country
[2]
CAN Country
[3]
1963 "We Must Have Been Out of Our Minds" George Jones 3 What's in Our Heart
"Let's Invite Them Over" 17
1964 "Please Be My New Love" 31 Blue Moon of Kentucky
"Multiply the Heartaches" 25 What's in Our Heart
1965 "House of Gold" Bluegrass Hootenanny
"I Let You Go" What's in Our Heart
"Blue Moon of Kentucky" Blue Moon of Kentucky
"Baby, Ain't That Fine" Gene Pitney 15 Being Together
1966 "Being Together" George Jones Famous Country Duets
"Close Together (As You and Me)" 70 Close Together as You and Me
1967 "Party Pickin'" 24 Party Pickin'
1968 "Our Little Man" Judy Lynn non-album single
1970 "Something to Brag About" Charlie Louvin 18 26 Something to Brag About
1971 "Did You Ever" 26 Baby You've Got What It Takes
"Baby You've Got What It Takes" 30
"I'm Gonna Leave You" 60 non-album singles
1972 "Baby, What's Wrong with Us" 66
"A Man Likes Things Like That" 59
1987 "Almost Over the Line" Lee Dillard
"—" denotes releases that did not chart

B-sides

Year Song Peak positions Original A-Side Single
US Country
[2]
1963 "What's in Our Hearts" (with George Jones) 20 "Let's Invite Them Over"

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