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Performer:
Kenny Rogers
Album:
Kenny
Style:
Country, Disco
Released:
1979
Country:
US
Label:
United Artists Records
Catalog:
LOO-979
FLAC size:
1428 mb
MP3 size:
1475 mb
WMA size:
2123 mb


Tracklist


1One Man's Woman
Written-By – S. Glassmeyer
3:44
2I Want To Make You Smile
Written-By – B. Medley
3:19
3Santiago Midnight Moonlight
Written-By – J. Porter McMeans
3:13
4Goodbye Marie
Written-By – D. Linde, M. McDaniel
2:47
5Coward Of The County
Written-By – B.E. Wheeler, R. Bowling
4:18
6In And Out Of Your Heart
Written-By – A. Rush, D. Linde, R. Cullers, T. Cain
3:24
7Old Folks
Written-By – D.L. Hill, W. Robison
2:41
8She's A Mystery
Written-By – L. Keith, S. Pippin
2:54
9You Turn The Light On
Written-By – L. Anderson, S. Geyer
3:02
10You Decorated My Life
Written-By – B. Morrison, Debbie Hupp
3:37
11Tulsa Turnaround
Written-By – A. Harvey, L. Collins
2:51


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
LOO-979Kenny Rogers Kenny ‎(LP, Album)United Artists RecordsLOO-979US1979
31C 064-82 739Kenny Rogers Kenny ‎(LP, Album, Gat)United Artists Records31C 064-82 739Brazil1979
TCK 30273Kenny Rogers Kenny ‎(Cass, Album)United Artists RecordsTCK 30273UK1979
GP-762Kenny Rogers Kenny ‎(LP, Album, Gat)United Artists RecordsGP-762Japan1979
SLEM-942, 33C 062-82739Kenny Rogers Kenny ‎(LP, Album)United Artists Records, EMISLEM-942, 33C 062-82739Mexico1980


Credits


  • Arranged By [Strings]Bill Justis, Edgar Struble (tracks: B4)
  • ArtworkBill Burks
  • Backing VocalsBergen White, Bobby Daniels, Buzz Cason, Don Gant, Donna McElroy, Edgar Struble, Lea Jane Berinati, Steve Glassmeyer, Todd Cerney, Tom Brannon, Yvonne Godges
  • BanjoBobby Thompson
  • BassBob Moore, Charles (Chuck) Jacobs, Joe Osborn
  • ClavinetEdgar Struble
  • DrumsBobby Daniels
  • EngineerBilly Sherrill, Harold Lee (tracks: A3, B3)
  • GuitarBilly Sanford, Dave Kirby, Jerry Shook, Jimmy Capps, Johnny Christopher, Larry Keith, Randy Dorman, Ray Edenton, Reggie Young, Rick Harper, Steve Glassmeyer, Tommy Allsup
  • Mastered ByGlenn Meadow
  • Mixed ByLarry Butler
  • PercussionFarrell Morris
  • Photography ByReid Miles
  • PianoBobby Wood, Chuck' Cochran, David Briggs , Edgar Struble, Gene Golden, Hargus "Pig" Robbins, Larry Keith, Shane Keister
  • SaxophoneSteve Glassmeyer
  • StringsSheldon Kurland Strings
  • SynthesizerEdgar Struble


Notes


1979 repressing after the sale of United Artists to EMI; label rim text states "Liberty/United Records Inc."—no mention of United Artists Music and Records Group.

Recorded at
Tracks #A3, B3: Jack Clement Studio, Nashville - USA.
Tracks #A1, A2, A4, A5, B1, B2, B4, B5: American Studio, Nashville - USA.
Mastered at Masterfonics, Nashville - USA.

© & ℗ 1979 Liberty/United Records, Inc.
A1 published by Blackwood Music/Dar-Jen Music/Satsuma Music/Big Heart Music BMI
A2 published by Music City Music, Inc. ASCAP
A3 published by Tree Pub. Co., Inc./Windchime Music, Inc. BMI
A4 published by Combine Music Corp. BMI/Music City Music, Inc. ASCAP
A5 published by Unart Music Corp. BMI
A6 published by Orange Grove Music BMI
B1 published by Mister Moose Music BMI
B2 published by M-3 Music Co./Cherry Lane Music Co. ASCAP
B3 published by Combine Music Corp. BMI
B4 published by Warner Bros. Inc. ASCAp
B5 published by Roger Bowling Music BMI/Sleepy Hollow Music ASCAP


Barcodes


  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Rights Society: ASCAP


Companies


  • Manufactured By – Liberty/United Records, Inc.
  • Recorded At – Jack Clement Recording Studios
  • Recorded At – American Studios, Nashville
  • Mastered At – Masterfonics
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Liberty/United Records, Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Liberty/United Records, Inc.
  • Published By – Blackwood Music
  • Published By – Dar-Jen Music Inc.
  • Published By – Satsuma Music
  • Published By – Big Heart Music
  • Published By – Music City Music, Inc.
  • Published By – Tree Publishing Co., Inc.
  • Published By – Windchime Music
  • Published By – Combine Music Corp.
  • Published By – Unart Music Corp.
  • Published By – Orange Grove Music
  • Published By – Mister Moose Music
  • Published By – M-3 Music Co.
  • Published By – Cherry Lane Music Publishing Company Inc.
  • Published By – Warner Bros. Inc.
  • Published By – Roger Bowling Music
  • Published By – Sleepy Hollow Music


Video



Album


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