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  • Jan 19, 1967
    Robert Mitchum records "Little Old Wine Drinker Me" in Nashville
    Feb 7, 1967
    Nashville saxophone player Boots Randolph picks up his first gold album from the RIAA for "Yakety Sax"
    Feb 3, 1968
    Henson Cargill kicks off a five-week run at #1 on the Billboard country singles chart with "Skip A Rope"
    Feb 18, 1969
    Sax player Boots Randolph nabs a gold album from the RIAA for "Boots With Strings"
    Jun 16, 1969
    Ray Stevens collects his first gold single from the RIAA, for the pop hit "Gitarzan"
    Jul 15, 1970
    Kris Kristofferson begins recording the album "The Silver Tongued Devil And I" at the Monument Studios in Nashville. Among the day's material: "The Pilgrim, Chapter 33," in which he famously refers to Johnny Cash as "a walking contradiction"
    Jul 16, 1970
    Kris Kristofferson records "Lovin' Her Was Easier (Than Anything I'll Ever Do Again)" at Nashville's Monument Studios during sessions for the album "The Silver Tongued Devil And I." The song will reach hit status for Tompall & The Glaser Brothers in 1981
    Feb 26, 1971
    Kris Kristofferson records "From The Bottle To The Bottom" for the first time at the Quad Studios in Nashville. A duet version with Rita Coolidge earns a Grammy nomination three years later
    Feb 27, 1971
    In the midst of sessions for the album "The Silver Tongued Devil And I" at Nashville's Quad Studios, Kris Kristofferson records "Sugar Man," the first of the songs that will eventually appear on his album "Jesus Was A Capricorn"
    Sep 10, 1971
    Songwriter Dennis Linde records his original version of "Burning Love" for Monument Records at Nashville's Cinderella Studios. Elvis Presley records the definitive version six months later

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