Let There Be Country

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Let There Be Country
Studio album by Marty Stuart
Released August 1992
Recorded 1988
Genre Country
Label Columbia
Producer Marty Stuart
Marty Stuart chronology
This One's Gonna Hurt You
(1992)
Let There Be Country
(1992)
Love and Luck
(1994)

Let There Be Country is the seventh studio album by country singer Marty Stuart, released in 1992. It was actually the fourth album he recorded, cut between Marty Stuart and Hillbilly Rock).

Let There Be Country was recorded in 1988, but Columbia Records refused to release it. When Stuart later gained a larger following and became increasingly popular after the releases of Hillbilly Rock and Tempted under MCA Records, Columbia then saw fit to release this album in 1992.

The track "I'll Love You Forever (If I Want To)" was later recorded as "Don't Tell Me What to Do" by Pam Tillis on her 1991 album Put Yourself in My Place.[1]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Let There Be Country"   Marty Stuart  
2. "Mirrors Don't Lie"   Merle Haggard  
3. "Matches"   Keith Stegall, Charlie Craig  
4. "Last Train Done Gone Down"   Peter Rowan  
5. "Be Careful Who You Love (Arthur's Song)"   Harlan Howard  
6. "Old Hat"   Marty Stuart  
7. "Get Down on Your Knees And Pray"   Bill Monroe  
8. "I'm a One-Woman Man"   Tillman Franks, Johnny Horton  
9. "Stone Blind"   Max D. Barnes  
10. "I'll Love You Forever (If I Want To)"   Harlan Howard, Max D. Barnes  

References[edit]

  1. ^ "No title". The Journal of Country Music. 15-16. 1992.