Dickey Lee portrait Dickey Lee made his mark both as a country songwriter and as a pop singer, scoring a hit with the teen-oriented tragedy ballad, "Patches," which was a Top Ten hit in 1962. His pop career subsided as tastes changed in the '60s, and Lee reemerged in the '70s, having zeroed in on Nashville country as his bread-and-butter gig. In many ways he epitomizes the soft-country sound of the era... Here's a quick look at his work.

Discography - Best-Ofs

Dickey Lee "Greatest Hits Collection" (Rock 'n' Roll, 2007)

Dickey Lee "The Very Best Of..." (Goldenlane, 2009)

Discography - Albums

Dickey Lee "The Tale Of Patches" (Smash, 1962) (LP)

Dickey Lee "Laurie And The Girl From Peyton Place" (TCF Hall, 1965) (LP)

Dickey Lee "Never Ending Song Of Love" (RCA Victor, 1971) (LP)

Dickey Lee "Ashes Of Love" (RCA Victor, 1972) (LP)

Dickey Lee "Baby, Bye Bye" (RCA Victor, 1972) (LP)

Dickey Lee "Crying Over You" (RCA Victor, 1973) (LP)

Dickey Lee "Sparklin' Brown Eyes" (RCA Victor, 1973) (LP)

Dickey Lee "Rocky" (RCA Victor, 1975) (LP)

Dickey Lee "Angels, Roses And Rain" (RCA Victor, 1976) (LP)

Dickey Lee "Dickey Lee" (Mercury, 1979) (LP)

Dickey Lee "Again" (Mercury, 1980) (LP)

Dickey Lee "Everybody Loves A Winner" (Mercury, 1981) (LP)


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