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.
20 Greatest Hits is a compilation album by Kenny Rogers released by Liberty Records in 1983. Overview: 20 Greatest Hits marks Rogers' third compilation album as a solo artist. This compilation covers the entire span of Rogers' glorious chart run through the late 1970s and early 1980s. Among the 20 tracks on the album is Rogers' early smash hit "Lucille", which made Rogers a world famous solo superstar. The Gambler" - Rogers' chart-topping story song - also makes an appearance. 20 Greatest Hits is a compilation album by Kenny Rogers released by Liberty Records in 1983.
This would be the only single disc of Kenny Rogers I'd recommend.
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
The Kenny Rogers Singles Album. The Kenny Rogers Story. Love Is What We Make It. Short Stories. Daytime Friends – The Very Best of Kenny Rogers.
|2||The Vows Go Unbroken (Always True To You)||3:31|
|4||Islands In The Stream
Vocals [Duet] – Dolly Parton
|6||What About Me
Vocals [Duet] – James Ingram, Kim Carnes
|7||Twenty Years Ago||3:45|
|8||Make No Mistake, She's Mine
Vocals [Duet] – Ronnie Milsap
|9||Tomb Of The Unknown Love||4:04|
|10||I Prefer The Moonlight
Vocals – Kim Carnes
|9 46571-2||Kenny Rogers||A Decade Of Hits (CD, Comp)||Reprise Records||9 46571-2||US||1997|
|9362-46571-4||Kenny Rogers||A Decade Of Hits (Cass, Comp)||Reprise Records||9362-46571-4||Europe||1997|