Country Feelin'

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Country Feelin'
Studio album by Charley Pride
Released 1974
Genre Country
Label RCA Records
Producer Jack Clement
Charley Pride chronology
Amazing Love
(1973)Amazing Love1973
Country Feelin'
Pride of America
(1974)Pride of America1974

Country Feelin' is an album by American country singer Charley Pride released in May 1974 by RCA Records. It reached No. 15 in the US Country chart.[1] One single from the album, "We Could", reached No. 3 in the US country chart and No. 1 in the Canadian country chart.[1]

Track listing[edit]

Side one

  1. "Which Way Do We Go" (Allen Reynolds, Don Williams)
  2. "We Could" (Felice Bryant)
  3. "It Amazes Me" (Allen Reynolds, Wayland Holyfield)
  4. "All His Children" (Alan Bergman, Marilyn Bergman)
  5. "Streets of Gold" (Jim Lunsford)

Side two

  1. "I Don't See How I Can Love You Anymore" (Max D. Barnes, Maria Houston)
  2. "Singin' a Song About Love" (Ben Peters)
  3. "The Man I Used to Be" (Max D. Barnes)
  4. "Let My Love In" (John Riggs)
  5. "Love Put a Song in My Heart" (Ben Peters)


  • Producer - Jack Clement
  • Recording Engineers - Bill Vandevort, Tom Pick and Al Pachuki
  • Recording Technicians - Ray Butts, Mike Shockley and Roy Shockley
  • Recorded in RCA's "Nashville Sound" Studios, Nashville, Tennessee.
  • Album Photography - John Donegan
  • Album Art director - Acy Lehman
  • Vocal Accompaniment by The Nashville Edition
  • "All His Children" arranged and conducted by Henry Mancini (from the motion picture Sometimes a Great Notion)


  1. ^ a b "Charley Pride - Awards". Allmusic. Retrieved November 11, 2013.