Exile - Best Of Exile 1980 - 1989


 Exile - Best Of Exile 1980 - 1989

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Among rock listeners, Exile is remembered as the one-hit wonder responsible for 1978's number one smash "Kiss You All Over." However, in the early '80s, the Kentucky-bred band reinvented itself as a country outfit -- and a hugely successful one at that. Exile was actually formed all the way back in 1963 in Berea, KY, by singer/guitarist J.P. Pennington, the son of onetime Coon Creek Girl Lily May Ledford. At that time, they were a rock & roll combo known as the Exiles, and got their first exposure by playing some Kentucky dates during 1965-1966 with the Dick Clark Caravan of Stars package…

01.Exile - Crazy For Your Love.
02.Exile - Give Me One More Chance
03.Exile - Hang On To Your Heart
04.Exile - I Can't Get Close Enough
05.Exile - I Could Get Used To You.
06.Exile - I Don't Want To Be A Memory
07.Exile - I Got Love (Super-Duper Love)
08.Exile - It'll Be Me
09.Exile - It's You Again
10.Exile - Just One Kiss
11.Exile - She's A Miracle
12.Exile - She's Too Good To Be True.
13.Exile - Woke Up In Love

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