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  • Sep 18, 1971
    Tom T. Hall checks in at #1 on the Billboard country singles chart with "The Year That Clayton Delaney Died"
    Oct 6, 1971
    Faron Young records "It's Four In The Morning" at the Mercury Recording Studio on Music Row in Nashville
    Nov 17, 1971
    The Statler Brothers record the nostalgic "Do You Remember These" during the afternoon at the Mercury Studio in Nashville, name-checking Roy Rogers, James Dean, Clark Gable and Charles Atlas, plus "Tutti Frutti" and "Blue Suede Shoes"
    Dec 21, 1971
    Tom T. Hall records "The Monkey That Became President" and "Me And Jesus" in a midday session at Nashville's Mercury Recording Studio
    Jan 8, 1972
    Jerry Lee Lewis tops the Billboard country singles chart with a two-sided single, "Would You Take Another Chance On Me" backed by "Me And Bobby McGee"
    Jan 19, 1972
    Dave Dudley records "If It Feels Good Do It" in a midday session at the Mercury Studio in Nashville
    Jan 27, 1972
    Bobby Bare records Carole King's "What Am I Gonna Do" during the afternoon at the Mercury Custom Recording Studio in Nashville
    Feb 15, 1972
    Faron Young records "This Little Girl Of Mine" at the Mercury Custom Recording Studios on Music Row in Nashville
    Feb 19, 1972
    Faron Young makes a timely appearance at #1 on the Billboard country singles chart with "It's Four In The Morning"
    Feb 22, 1972
    Dave Dudley records "You've Gotta Cry Girl" in a midday session at Nashville's Mercury Recording Studio

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