is a studio album, released in 2005, by country music artist Twenty Years and Change Collin Raye. His first studio album in 3 years, it produced the singles "I Know That's Right" and "Hurricane Jane", neither of which charted.
Three of the album's tracks are cover songs: "Let Your Love Flow" was previously recorded by
The Bellamy Brothers; "The Search Is Over" by Survivor; and "It's Only Make Believe" was originally recorded by Conway Twitty. In addition, "Josephine" was later recorded by Joey + Rory and released as a single from their album . His and Hers
Track listing [ edit ]
"I Know That's Right"
Bob DiPiero, Tom Shapiro, Rivers Rutherford Fred Mollin, Collin Raye, Gene LeSage
Blair Daly, Gordie Sampson, Troy Verges Mollin, Raye, LeSage
The Search Is Over"
Jim Peterik, Frankie Sullivan Raye, LeSage
Allison Mellon, Gene LeSage
Raye, LeSage, John Cornelius, Johnny Garcia
"You're Not Drinking Enough"
Raye, LeSage, Cornelius
Rory Lee Feek Raye, LeSage
LeSage, Jason Blume
"All I Can Do Is Love You"
Melissa Manchester Raye, LeSage
Let Your Love Flow" Larry E. Williams
Raye, LeSage, Cornelius, Garcia
"Twenty Years and Change"
"We'll Be Alright"
LeSage, Tom Damphier
Raye, LeSage, Garcia
It's Only Make Believe" Jack Nance,
Conway Twitty Raye, Garcia
Personnel [ edit ]
As listed in liner notes.
Eddie Bayers – drums, percussion Larry Beaird –
acoustic guitar Mike Chapman –
J. T. Corenflos – electric guitar Glen Duncan –
Paul Franklin – steel guitar Johnny Garcia – electric guitar
John Gardner – drums, percussion
Sonny Garrish – steel guitar
Aubrey Haynie – fiddle Rick Jackson –
piano, organ, keyboards Tim Lauer –
accordion Paul Leim – drums, percussion
Gene LeSage – piano, organ, keyboards,
background vocals Fred Mollin – acoustic guitar
Steve Nathan – piano, organ, keyboards
Johnny Neel – piano, organ, keyboards Larry Paxton – bass guitar
Collin Raye –
lead vocals, background vocals Michael Rojas – piano, organ, keyboards
Paul Scholten – drums, percussion
Steve Shehan – acoustic guitar
C. Michael Spriggs – acoustic guitar
John Willis – electric guitar,
Chart performance [ edit ]
Billboard Top Country Albums 73