Daytime Friends – The Very Best of Kenny Rogers

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Daytime Friends - The Very Best of Kenny Rogers
Compilation album by Kenny Rogers
Released 1993
Genre Country
Length 73:01
Label EMI Classics

Daytime Friends - The Very Best of Kenny Rogers is a 1993 compilation album by country superstar Kenny Rogers.

Overview[edit]

The album was released in the UK. In Australia, a similar collection was issued with the same album art under the title The Most of Kenny Rogers.

This album has remained in print longer than Rogers other collections The Kenny Rogers Singles Album and The Kenny Rogers Story the latter of which has the same quantity of tracks, but differes somewhat in tracklisting. The album peaked at #5 on the UK sales charts upon re-entry in 2005. [1]

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Track listing[edit]

  1. "The Gambler" (Don Schiltz) [3:30]
  2. "Daytime Friends" (Ben Peters) [3:09]
  3. "Lucille" (Roger Bowling/Hal Bynum) [3:34]
  4. "Ruby Don't Take Your Love to Town" (Mel Tillis) [2:50]
  5. "Don't Fall in Love with a Dreamer" (with Kim Carnes) (Carnes/Dave Ellingson) [3:39]
  6. "Coward of the County" (Bowling/Billy Edd Wheeler) [4:18]
  7. "You Decorated My Life" (Debbie Hupp/Bob Morrison) [3:37]
  8. "Reuben James" (Barry Etris/Alex Harvey) [2:39]
  9. "She Believes in Me" (Steve Gibb) [4:11]
  10. "Long Arm of the Law" (Bowling/Wheeler) [4:19]
  11. "'Till I Make It on My Own" (with Dottie West) (George Richey/Billy Sherrill/Tammy Wynette) [3:19]
  12. "The Son of Hickory Holler's Tramp" (Dallas Frazier) [3:04]
  13. "Sweet Music Man" (Rogers) [4:16]
  14. "Green Green Grass of Home" (Curly Putnam) [3:34]
  15. "We've Got Tonight" (with Sheena Easton) (Bob Seger) [3:52]
  16. "Something's Burning" (Mac Davis) [4:18]
  17. "Desperado" (Glenn Frey/Don Henley) [3:45]
  18. "Lady" (Lionel Ritchie) [3:51]
  19. "Abraham, Martin and John" (Dick Holler) [4:16]
  20. "Every Time Two Fools Collide" (with Dottie West) (John Dyes/Jeffrey M. Tweel) [3:00]