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How Much Do You Miss Me - Harold Montgomery With The Ray Johnson Band - How Much Do You Miss Me / No Graduation Kiss (Vinyl)


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  1. Montgomery’s musical talent captured the attention of Atlanta Records and his solo career came to be. In , he released his debut album, Life’s A Dance, which went triple-platinum and also the hit single, I Love the way You Love Me was named song of the year by The Academy of Country Music.
  2. ST. GEORGE — Raymond Montgomery, 51, died unexpectedly while at work on a tug boat in New Jersey on August 19, Born July 3, in Waterville, he was a lifelong resident of St. George. He attended local schools and graduated from Georges Valley High School in Ray was born a natural mechanic. He could fix anything.
  3. I miss you a little since you've been gone A few little memories keep hangin' on I miss you a little, I guess you could say A little too much, a little too often A little more every day When I go by our old house I pretend that you're still there Waitin' for me on the porch But there's just an empty chair Wish I could see you just one more time.
  4. Find a Grave, database and images (quitratinbernucocnyriserrerandy.co: accessed), memorial page for Ray Montgomery (27 May –4 Jun ), Find a Grave Memorial no. , citing Hillcrest Memorial Park, Bakersfield, Kern County, California, USA ; Maintained by Find A Grave.
  5. Ray G. Montgomery passed away Dec. 30, , after an extended illness. He was born June 1, , to William Henry and Carrie Montgomery in Elizabethton, Tenn. He was preceded in death by his parents and brothers, Wayne, Walter and Quinten Montgomery, and sisters, Alma Banner and Ruth Mitchell. He is survived by his.
  6. (Norton ) First ever roundup on the legendary Texas label that produced the immortal rocker How Much Do You Miss Me by Harold Montgomery, presented here from the original master tape in super Nortonic fidelity! Wolf-Tex served up hillbilly, country bop and rockers in pressings that never exceeded copies!
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  8. Feb 26,  · James Ray Montgomery b. 6 Jan Johnson Co., Texas d. Montgomery Co., Texas Marriage: 1 Eva Ione Kendall Montgomery FAG# Father: James Riley Montgomery FAG# Mother: Fannie Holland Montgomery FAG# ===== Ray Montgomery January 6, -.

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