Country Music (Marty Stuart album)

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Country Music
Studio album by Marty Stuart & His Fabulous Superlatives
Released July 1, 2003
Genre Country
Language English
Label Columbia
Marty Stuart chronology
The Pilgrim
(1999)
Country Music
(2003)
Souls' Chapel
(2005)

Country Music is the 12th studio album of American country singer Marty Stuart. With his previous album The Pilgrim, Stuart had established himself as a serious recording artist and an accomplished musician. For this album, he formed a new backing band, called the Fabulous Superlatives. To date, Marty and his Superlatives are still touring, recording, and performing on The Marty Stuart Show on RFD-TV.

The members of the band are:

  • 'Cousin' Kenny Vaughan - Guitar
  • 'Handsome' Harry Stinson - Drums
  • 'Brother' Brian Glenn - Bass (who would later be replaced by 'The Apostle' Paul Martin)

Though the album was a commercial success, Stuart later claimed he was unhappy with the album, and said he was "guilty of trying to have a hit".

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "A Satisfied Mind"   Jack Rhodes/Joe Hayes  
2. "Fool For Love"   Marty Stuart/Tom Douglas  
3. "If There Ain't There Oughta Be"   Bobby Pinson/Trey Bruce  
4. "Here I Am"   Rivers Rutherford  
5. "Sundown In Nashville"   Dwayne Warwick  
6. "By George"   Marty Stuart  
7. "Farmer's Blues (duet with Merle Haggard)"   Marty Stuart/Connie Smith  
8. "Wishful Thinkin'"   Mike Henderson/Wally Wilson  
9. "If You Wanted Me Around"   Marty Stuart/Paul Kennerley  
10. "Too Much Month (At The End Of The Money)"   Bob DiPiero/Dennis Robbins/John Sherrill  
11. "Tip Your Hat"   Jeffrey Steele  
12. "Walls Of A Prison"   John R. Cash  

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (2003) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums 40