I Can't Stop Loving You " is a country song, written by Don Gibson who took up the first on 30 december 1957 for RCA Victor. The single, with on the other side "Oh Lonesome Me", was a double-sided hit in 1958 for Don Gibson.
|I can't stop loving you|
|From the album:|
|B-side (s)||Born to lose|
|Type of carrier||Vinyl single|
|Recording||15 February 1962|
|Genre||R & B, Country, Soul|
|Writer (s)||Don Gibson|
|Producer (s)||Sid Feller|
|Position (s) in the charts|
|Number (s) with markings
in the Radio 2 Top 2000
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|I can't stop loving you||1565||1669||1787||1934||1357||1352||1453||1238||1258||1334||1636||1721||1914||1984||-|
There are now more than 700 the number of releases in all kinds of musical styles, and there are more than 30 million records sold .
Some other artists who the song recordings are:
- Country singers Kitty Wells in 1958 and Conway Twitty in 1972 that there also had a countryhit;
- Roy Orbison sang it on his LP "Sings Lonely and Blue" (1961);
- Frank Sinatra recorded it in 1965, accompanied by Count Basie and his Orchestra;
- Jerry Lee Lewis took in 1969 a blues version of the song;
- Van Morrison recorded a version in 1991 along with The Chieftains for the album Hymns to the Silence.