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  • Jan 5, 1972
    Larry Gatlin holds his first recording session at the Monument Studios in Nashville
    Jan 17, 1972
    Charlie McCoy records "Take Me Home, Country Roads," "Easy Loving" and "Help Me Make It Through The Night" at 10 a.m. at Nashville's Monument Studios. The tracks appear on his Grammy-nominated album "The Real McCoy"
    Feb 25, 1972
    Kris Kristofferson records "Nobody Wins" in the evening at the Jack Clement Studios in Nashville. A year later, the song becomes a hit for Brenda Lee
    Jul 5, 1972
    Kris Kristofferson records the title track to his album "Jesus Was A Capricorn" at the Quadraphonic Studios in Nashville
    Jul 8, 1972
    Kris Kristofferson records "Why Me" at the Monument Studios in Nashville. The session also yields a performance of Larry Gatlin's song "Help Me," featuring Gatlin and Rita Coolidge, for Johnny Cash's movie "The Gospel Road"
    Nov 15, 1972
    Charlie McCoy records "John Henry," "Louisiana Man" and "Don't Touch Me" at the Cinderella Studio in Nashville. The cuts appear on the album "Good Time Charlie: The Fastest Harp In The South," which nets a Grammy nomination
    Feb 12, 1973
    Charlie McCoy records "Something" and "Don't Touch Me" in the last of at least four sessions at Nashville's Cinderella Studios for his Grammy-nominated album "Good Time Charlie: The Fastest Harp In The South"
    Jun 28, 1973
    Harmonica player Charlie McCoy records "Heart Over Mind" at Nashville's Cinderella Studios in what becomes the first session for his Grammy-nominated album "The Nashville Hit Man"
    Jul 7, 1973
    "Good Time Charlie: The Fastest Harp In The South" takes harmonica player Charlie McCoy to the top of the Billboard country albums chart
    Jul 7, 1973
    Kris Kristofferson's "Why Me" reaches #1 on the Billboard country singles chart

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