- Performer:Kenny Rogers
- Title:Classic Country
- Style:Country-Pop,Adult Contemporary,Contemporary Pop/Rock,Soft Rock,Urban Cowboy
- Date of release:June 27, 2000
- Size FLAC version1736 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1919 megabytes
- Size WMA version1434 megabytes
- Formats:RA MMF DXD TTA WAV FLAC
Country Style Jingle-8789.
Kenny Rogers is the second studio album by Kenny Rogers from United Artists Records, released worldwide in 1977. The album marked his first major solo success following the minor success of Love Lifted Me in 1976. The album produced two singles. The first single, 1976's "Laura (What He's Got That I Ain't Got?)", peaked at This song was originally a country hit for Leon Ashley in 1967.
Features Song Lyrics for Kenny Rogers's Classic Country - The Ultimate Collection album. Ruby, Don't Take Your Love To Town (Digitally Remastered) Lyrics. Kenny Rogers Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop ‘Wipe Out’; June 22, 1963. RIFF’d: Nas’ ‘Nasir’. Lyricapsule: The Byrds Drop ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’; June 21, 1965.
The discography of Kenny Rogers, an American country music singer, consists of 39 studio albums and 80 singles. Among his singles, 21 have reached Number One on the country music charts. His longest-lasting number ones on that chart are "The Gambler" and "Coward of the County", at three weeks each.
Listen free to Kenny Rogers – The Best of Kenny Rogers (Ruby, Don't Take Your Love to Town, Reuben James and more). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. Однако ты также можешь выбрать другой язык. A new version of Last. The Best of Kenny Rogers. Go to artist profile.
This album was Kenny Rogers' and Dottie West's second album together. Their previous album, Every Time Two Fools Collide, was a major seller, and made them one of the biggest duet acts country music has ever seen. This album was no different
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Kenny Rogers - The Greatest. Rogers turned to Don Schlitz in 1999 for this unlikely hit that compared life to playing baseball. Always a magician with a lyric, Schlitz’s turning the boy’s bad play into an exercise in philosophy turned out to be stroke of genius, providing the singer with his first entry into the Top 30 in eight years. Of course, it’s not the only Schlitz composition to wind up on this list! 7. Kenny Rogers - Morning Desire. 4. Kenny Rogers - I Don’t Need You. At the center of the disc was this ballad that was perhaps Rogers at his most soulful. The fans certainly thought so, making this one a country and AC chart-topper. 3. Kenny Rogers - ‘Lucille.
CreditsMac Davis - Composer
Barry Etris - Composer
Fred Foster - Composer
Dallas Frazier - Composer
Alex Harvey - Composer
Kris Kristofferson - Composer
Mickey Newbury - Composer
Kenny Rogers - Composer, Primary Artist
Mike Settle - Composer
Mel Tillis - Composer
Kenny Young - Composer
|1||Ruby, Don't Take Your Love to Town Mel Tillis||Kenny Rogers||2:53|
|2||Shine on Ruby Mountain Kenny Young||Kenny Rogers||3:00|
|3||Me and Bobby McGee Fred Foster / Kris Kristofferson||Kenny Rogers||2:34|
|4||Elvira Dallas Frazier||Kenny Rogers||2:36|
|5||Reuben James Barry Etris / Alex Harvey||Kenny Rogers||2:46|
|6||Ticket to Nowhere Mike Settle||Kenny Rogers||2:21|
|7||Sunshine Mickey Newbury||Kenny Rogers||3:07|
|8||Just Dropped In (To See What Condition My Condition Was In) Mickey Newbury||Kenny Rogers||3:20|
|9||Goodtime Liberator Kenny Rogers / Mike Settle||Kenny Rogers||2:22|
|10||Something's Burning Mac Davis||Kenny Rogers||3:48|