Country-Folk is a 1969 album by Waylon Jennings featuring The Kimberlys on vocals released on RCA Victor. The Kimberlys are a quartet consisting of two brothers from Oklahoma and their wives, who are also sisters. The liner notes state that they were familiar to other musicians in the Las Vegas area. Jennings intended to gain for them a wider audience with this album. Three of the songs on the album are written or co-written by Harold Gay, one of the members.