This Woman (Kenny Rogers song)
|Single by Kenny Rogers|
|from the album Eyes That See in the Dark|
|Released||December 1983 (US) 
|Writer(s)||Barry Gibb, Albhy Galuten|
|Producer(s)||Barry Gibb, Albhy Galuten, Karl Richardson|
|Kenny Rogers singles chronology|
|Song by Barry Gibb from the album The Eyes That See in the Dark Demos|
|Genre||Pop rock, dance-rock, new wave|
|Writer||Barry Gibb, Albhy Galuten|
"This Woman" is a song written by Barry Gibb and Albhy Galuten and was performed by American country recording artist Kenny Rogers. It reached #2 in the US Adult Contemporary Chart and #23 in the US Pop Chart. It was published by Gibb Brothers Music and Unichappell Music.
RCA pushed "This Woman" to pop radio, but the country stations flipped to the song's B-side "Buried Treasure". In Germany, "This Woman"'s B-side was "Hold Me", another track from the album. This song was recorded in May 1983 released in late 1983 in the US, and early 1984 outside the US.
- Kenny Rogers — vocals
- Barry Gibb — background vocals, guitar, arranger
- Maurice Gibb — guitar, bass, synthesizer
- Tim Renwick — guitar
- George Terry — guitar
- George Bitzer — piano, synthesizer
- Albhy Galuten — piano, synthesizer, arranger
- Ron Ziegler — drums
- Joe Lala — percussion
Barry Gibb version
The original Barry Gibb version was released in late 2006 in iTunes on The Eyes That See in the Dark Demos The song has a choppy verse, and this song's style like Miami than Nashville, and Gibb's version has a pop-rock and new wave style. and Gibb sings lead and harmony on the chorus. Gibb's version of the song was recorded around January 1983, along with two songs, "You and I" and "Midsummer Nights". Just the song starts, Barry's guitar was heard. The drums was probably played in drumsticks or programmed in.
- Brennan, Joseph. "Gibb Songs: 1983". Retrieved 14 February 2013.
- Billboard: Top Adult Contemporary Singles (22 December 1984). Retrieved 14 February 2013.
- Kenny Rogers – This Woman / Buried Treasure at Discogs
- Kenny Rogers - This Woman / Hold Me at Discogs
- .Brennan, Joseph. "Gibb Songs: 2006". Retrieved 14 February 2013.