In 1987, the “Gentle Giant” Don Williams placed successful songs on the country charts such as “You’re My Best Friend,” “I Believe In You,” and “Love Is On A Roll.” These songs are some of Williams’ results of creative choice of music. It merely defines his works of art. With this, let’s ruminate the “Gentle Giant” through “I’ll Never Be In Love Again.”
I’ll Never Be In Love Again…
Bob Corbin is the person behind the words and lyrics of “I’ll Never Be In Love Again.” It was released in June 1987 as the 5th single from Williams’ album “New Moves.” Moreover, Williams himself and Garth Fundis were the producers of the song. On the Billboard Hot Country Songs, the song reached No.4.
A Bit About Don Williams…
Don Williams was known for his title “Gentle Giant,” because of his imposing height and warm, smooth bass-baritone voice, soft tones. But all throughout his career, he has established two more things, consistency, and great songs.
From 1973-1991, Williams hit the Top 20 on the Billboard Country charts with every release. At the same time, his catalog includes lyrics that country fans could identify with strongly. All done in an easy-going style that made him a favorite of music fans here and abroad. Also, he also influenced country artists such as Joe Nichols and Keith Urban.
In the course of Williams’ career, he has released more than 20 albums, five of which are certified gold by RIAA. Williams has recorded and released more than 40 hit singles, and 17 of them have reached the top of the country charts.
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