Rockin' All Over the World is the tenth studio album by the British band Status Quo, released 1977. It is the first of their records to be produced by Pip Williams, and the first to feature Andy Bown as an official band member. It was released in November 1977, and reached #5.
The title track, written and originally recorded by John Fogerty, was released by Quo as a single in September 1977, reaching a peak position of #3. Its b-side was "Ring of a Change", from their previous studio album. No other singles were issued from the album, although "Can't Give You More" was re-recorded by the band in 1991 for their album "Rock 'Til You Drop" and issued as a single, reaching #37.
The album was reissued by Mercury in 2005 with a bonus track—a cover of the Beatles' "Getting Better", which they had initially recorded in 1976 for the soundtrack of the film All This and World War II [Catalog# 982 596-9].