Country Boy and Country Girl

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Country Boy and Country Girl
Dottie Wes-Jimmy Dean.jpg
Studio album by Jimmy Dean and Dottie West
Released December 1970
Recorded September 1970
Studio RCA Victor Studio, Nashville, TN
Genre Country, Nashville Sound
Label RCA Records
Producer Jerry Bradley
Dottie West chronology
Forever Yours
(1970)Forever Yours1970
Country Boy and Country Girl
Careless Hands
(1971)Careless Hands1971

Country Boy and Country Girl is the name of a Country music duet album, with the Country singers, Jimmy Dean and Dottie West.

This album was released in 1971 and charted the "Top Country Albums" list at No. 42. The album spawned one single, "Slowly". The single reached the Country Top 30 at No. 29 on the Billboard Country charts. All the songs on this album are duets with Jimmy Dean and Dottie West. The album consists of some cover versions of Country hits, like Ray Price's "For the Good Times". Other cover versions are duet hits, like Glen Campbell and Bobbie Gentry's "Let It Be Me". The album led to a successful tour at the Landmark Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada. This was Jimmy Dean's and Dottie West's only album together.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Slowly" (Webb Pierce, Tommy Hill)
  2. "Jackson" (Billy Ed Wheeler, Jerry Leiber [as Gaby Rodgers])
  3. "For the Good Times" (Kris Kristofferson)
  4. "Let It Be Me" (Mann Curtis, Pierre Delanoë, Gilbert Bécaud)
  5. "Yours Love" (Harlan Howard)
  6. "Sweet Thang" (Nat Stuckey)
  7. "Put It Off Until Tomorrow" (Dolly Parton, Bill Owens)
  8. "I Got You" (Ricci Mareno, Gordon Galbraith)
  9. "Just Someone I Used to Know" (Jack Clement)
  10. "Wish I Didn't Have to Miss You" (Hank Cochran, David Kirby)


  • Les Ladd - recording engineer
  • Roy Shockley - recording technician


AlbumBillboard (North America)

Year Chart Position
1970 Top Country Albums #42
1970 The Billboard 200 #N/A

SinglesBillboard (North America)

Year Single Chart Position
1971 "Slowly" Hot Country Singles & Tracks #29

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