Dennis Linde

Dennis Linde wrote Elvis’ “Burning Love” and that Dixie Chicks tune “Goodbye Earl.” There were many others in between, but those are the two we all know and love. Sort of. I secretly think the Dixie Chicks are great, but that’s for another time.

Back in 1970, Linde made his first solo album and he called it Linde Manor. I’ve posted some songs from the album before and man oh man is it a fine one.

“Burning Love” on the back of a horse:

MP3: Dennis Linde – Call Me Honey

MP3: Dennis Linde – I Don’t Want Nobody ‘Ceptin’ You

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5 Responses to Dennis Linde

  1. b January 28, 2009 at 9:15 am #

    this is great stuff. thanks for posting. any chance of more? i’ve scoured the internets and can’t find this album anywhere…

    (p.s. it’s strange to me that you’re from barrington. i’m from the south burbs. always pictured you being from somewhere more exotic than barrington. although, to us in the south burbs, barrington did always seem like another planet…)

  2. lonepine April 14, 2009 at 1:32 pm #

    hi, do you know which Dennis Linde song goes something like “late last night, i got in a fight, in trouble with the law outside of town”?
    i love the song, but haven’t heard it in so long i’m wondering where i can find it

  3. super854 December 29, 2010 at 5:06 pm #

    uncle den was a great song writter and a fantastic man who brought great joy to my dad here in st. louis

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