Those Memories of You

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"Those Memories of You"
Single by Dolly Parton, Linda Ronstadt and Emmylou Harris
from the album Trio
B-side "My Dear Companion"
ReleasedAugust 31, 1987
Genre Country
Length3:58
Label Warner Bros. Nashville
Songwriter(s) Alan O'Bryant
Producer(s) George Massenburg
Dolly Parton, Linda Ronstadt and Emmylou Harris singles chronology
"Telling Me Lies"
(1987)
"Those Memories of You"
(1987)
"Wildflowers"
(1988)

"Those Memories of You" is a song written by Alan O'Bryant. It was first recorded by Bill & James Monroe in 1978 and later released as a single by Pam Tillis in 1986, whose version peaked at #55 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart. [1] The song was also recorded by LeAnn Rimes on her second independent album under Nor Va Jak, From My Heart to Yours, released in 1992.

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The song was most famously recorded by Dolly Parton, Linda Ronstadt and Emmylou Harris on their 1987 album, Trio . Released in August 1987, it was the album's third single. It reached #5 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart in December 1987 [2] and #1 on the RPM Country Tracks chart in Canada. [3]

The song should not be confused with an earlier one entitled Those Memories of You written by radio broadcaster Jim Pewter and recorded by The Bobby Fuller Four & The Fanatics in 1964 (Donna Records 1403). It was also recorded by Rendezvous, with vocals by Jim Pewter, and appears on the album: The Pewter Collection 1959-1977.

Music video

The video for the song starred Harry Dean Stanton.

Chart performance

Chart (1987)Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Hot Country Singles5
Canadian RPM Country Tracks1

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