Rollin' with the Flow (album)

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Rollin' with the Flow
Studio album by Mark Chesnutt
Released June 24, 2008 (2008-06-24)
Genre Country
Length 39:54
Label Lofton Creek
Producer Jimmy Ritchey
Mark Chesnutt chronology
Heard It in a Love Song
Rollin' with the Flow
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]
Engine 145 3/5 stars[2]

Rollin' with the Flow is the thirteenth studio album of American country music artist Mark Chesnutt. It was released on June 24, 2008. Its lead-off single and title track, a cover of Charlie Rich's Number One hit from 1977, peaked at #25 on the Billboard country charts in early 2008.[3] "When You Love Her Like Crazy", "(Come on In) The Whiskey's Fine", "Things to Do in Wichita," and "Going On Later On" were also released, all of which failed to chart.

The fifth single serviced to radio, is "She Never Got Me Over You" which is the last song written by Keith Whitley. Hank Cochran had held on to this song, until he offered it to Mark in 2007. The song was released to radio in March 2009. The song debuted on the Hot Country Songs chart at #60 on the chart dated April 11, 2009, and reached a peak of #49.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Things to Do in Wichita" (Jimmy Ritchey, Bob Regan) - 3:35
  2. "When You Love Her Like Crazy" (Tony Martin, Mark Nesler) - 3:36
  3. "Rollin' with the Flow" (Jerry Hayes) - 2:48
  4. "Going On Later On" (Ritchey, Regan) - 2:28
  5. "Live to Be 100" (Jim Collins, Martin, Nesler) - 4:03
  6. "When I Get This Close to You" (Phil O'Donnell, Buddy Owens, Billy Lawson) - 3:17
  7. "(Come on In) The Whiskey's Fine" (O'Donnell, Dave Turnbull, J.R. Shelby) - 3:50
  8. "If the Devil Brought You Roses" (Tony Stampley, Toni Dae, Kim Williams) - 3:10
  9. "Woman" (Roger Springer, Martin) - 3:02
  10. "Man in the Mirror" (Mark Chesnutt, Springer, Noah Kelley) - 3:32
  11. "Long Way to Go" (Chesnutt, Springer) - 3:28
  12. "She Never Got Me Over You" (Keith Whitley, Dean Dillon, Hank Cochran) - 3:05

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (2008) Peak
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums 35
U.S. Billboard Top Independent Albums 43


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