Woman (Sensuous Woman)

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"Woman (Sensuous Woman)"
Single by Don Gibson
from the album Woman (Sensuous Woman)
B-side "If You Want Me To I'll Go"
ReleasedJune 1972
RecordedApril 11, 1972
Acuff-Rose Sound Studio, Nashville, Tennessee
Genre Country
Length3:16
Label Hickory 1638
Songwriter(s) Gary S. Paxton
Producer(s) Wesley Rose
Don Gibson singles chronology
"Far, Far Away"
(1972)
"Woman (Sensuous Woman)"
(1972)
"Is This the Best I'm Gonna Feel"
(1972)
"Woman, Sensuous Woman"
Single by Mark Chesnutt
from the album Almost Goodbye
B-side "Til a Better Memory Comes Along
ReleasedMarch 22, 1994 [1]
Recorded1993
Genre Country
Length3:12
Label MCA
Songwriter(s) Gary S. Paxton
Producer(s) Mark Wright
Mark Chesnutt singles chronology
"I Just Wanted You to Know"
(1993)
"Woman, Sensuous Woman"
(1994)
"She Dreams"
(1994)

"Woman (Sensuous Woman)" is a 1972 single by Don Gibson. "Woman (Sensuous Woman)" was Don Gibson's final number one on the country charts spending one week at the top and a total of sixteen weeks on the charts. [2] Other artists released their versions of "Woman (Sensuous Woman)," including Ray Charles on his 1984 album "Do I Ever Cross Your Mind," and Mark Chesnutt, whose version under the title "Woman, Sensuous Woman" peaked at #21 in the Country Music charts. [3]

Contents

Charts

Don Gibson version

Chart (1972)Peak
position
US Hot Country Songs ( Billboard ) [4] 1
Canadian RPM Country Tracks1

Mark Chesnutt version

Chart (1994)Peak
position
Canada Country Tracks ( RPM ) [5] 14
US Hot Country Songs ( Billboard ) [6] 21

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References

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  2. Whitburn, Joel (2004). The Billboard Book Of Top 40 Country Hits: 1944-2006, Second edition. Record Research. p. 134.
  3. Whitburn, Joel (2004). The Billboard Book Of Top 40 Country Hits: 1944-2006, Second edition. Record Research. p. 80.
  4. "Don Gibson Chart History (Hot Country Songs)". Billboard.
  5. "Top RPM Country Tracks: Issue 2496." RPM . Library and Archives Canada. June 6, 1994. Retrieved August 4, 2013.
  6. "Mark Chesnutt Chart History (Hot Country Songs)". Billboard.