Back Home Again (Kenny Rogers album)
|Back Home Again|
|Studio album by Kenny Rogers|
|Producer||Jim Ed Norman|
|Kenny Rogers chronology|
Back Home Again is a 1991 album by country music superstar Kenny Rogers.
Back Home Again marks the last of Rogers' albums with Reprise, and marks the beginning of Rogers' movement between various labels, including his own future upcoming label, Dreamcatcher Records, in years to come.
Of the Reprise albums, this one had the worst chart showing. The album only reached number 42 on the U.S. Country charts and is Rogers' second consecutive album to not attain any certifications from the RIAA. The success of newer artists such as Garth Brooks, Clint Black and Alan Jackson contributed to this fact.
Rogers split from Reprise after this record's run, though he did remain with the parent company WEA at their Giant Records division.
- "If You Want to Find Love" - 3:08 (Max D. Barnes, Skip Ewing, Kenny Rogers)
- "Bed of Roses" - 3:40 (Benson, Gillette)
- "Someone Must Feel Like A Fool Tonight" - 3:31 (Mike Dekle, Byron Hill)
- "Two Good Reasons - 2:52 (Miller, J. P. Pennington)
- "Some Prisons Don't Have Walls" - 3:13 (Mike Dekle, Byron Hill)
- "They Just Don't Make 'Em Like You Anymore" - 3:48 (Webb)
- "When You Were Loving Me" - 2:54 (Billy Kirsch, Turner)
- "Sunshine" - 3:07 (Newbury)
- "I'll Be There For You" - 2:49 (Glassmeyer, Golden, Wood Newton)
- "How Do I Break It To My Heart?" - 3:36 (Hartford, Mobley, Yearwood)
|U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums||42|
|Canadian RPM Country Albums||32|
The first single from this album was "If You Want To Find Love", which landed at #11 in the U.S. & #12 in Canada. 2 other singles ("Someone Must Feel Like A Fool Tonight" & "I'll Be There For You") did not chart.
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