Flying Colors (Robert Ellis Orrall album)

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Flying Colors (Robert Ellis Orrall album); Flying Colors
Flying Colors is a studio album, released in 1992, by American country music artist Robert Ellis Orrall. Although it was his fourth studio album overall, it was his first and only solo album of mainstream country music, as opposed to his more rock-oriented albums in the 1980s. The tracks "Boom! It Was Over", "A Little Bit of Her Love" and "Every Day When I Get Home" were released as singles.

Flying Colors (Robert Ellis Orrall album) is a specialization of (is a):

record album; Álbum; Album
one or more recordings issued together; originally released on 12-inch phonograph records (usually with attractive record covers) and later on cassette audiotape and compact disc
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Flying Colors (Robert Ellis Orrall album) belongs to the following categories:

Albums produced by Josh Leo
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Robert Ellis Orrall albums
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RCA Records albums
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1992 albums
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