Gentle on My Mind (Dean Martin album)

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Gentle on My Mind
Studio album by Dean Martin
Released November 1968
Genre Country music, Pop
Length 28:27
Label Reprise
Producer Jimmy Bowen
Dean Martin chronology
Greatest Hits! Vol. 2
(1968)
Gentle on My Mind
(1968)
I Take a Lot of Pride In What I Am
(1969)

Gentle on My Mind is an album by Dean Martin, produced by Jimmy Bowen and arranged by Ernie Freeman, and released in November 1968 on the Reprise label. The album peaked at #14 in the US and #9 in the UK. In the latter country, the title track became a major pop hit, reaching #2 in March 1969.

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Track listing[edit]

  1. "Not Enough Indians" (Baker/Knight) 3:25
  2. "That Old Time Feelin'" (Knight) 2:43
  3. "Honey" (Russell) 3:58
  4. "Welcome to My Heart" (Kaempfert/Pockriss/Rehbein/Vance) 2:23
  5. "By the Time I Get to Phoenix" (Webb) 2:45
  6. "Gentle on My Mind" (Hartford) 2:17
  7. "That's When I See the Blues (In Your Pretty Brown Eyes)" (Belew/Blake/Stevenson) 2:37
  8. "Rainbows Are Back in Style" (Burgess) 3:04
  9. "Drowning in My Tears" (Lane/Taylor) 2:25
  10. "April Again" (Hardin) 2:50

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