From the Heart (Doug Stone album)

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From the heart
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Studio album by Doug Stone
Released August 11, 1992 (1992-08-11)
Recorded 1992
Studio Nightingale Recording Studio, The Soundshop, Nashville, TN
Genre Country
Length 31:58
Label Epic
Producer Doug Johnson
Doug Stone chronology
I Thought It Was You
(1991)I Thought It Was You1991
From The Heart
(1992)
The First Christmas
(1992)The First Christmas1992

From The Heart is the third studio album released by American country music singer Doug Stone. It was released on August 11, 1992 (see 1992 in country music) on Epic Records Nashville.

This album, certified gold in the U.S., provieded Stone with four singles on the Hot Country Songs charts: the Top Five hits "Warning Labels" and "Made for Lovin' You", as well as the Number Ones "Why Didn't I Think of That" and "Too Busy Being in Love". "Made for Lovin' You" was previously recorded by Clinton Gregory on his 1990 debut album Music 'n Me, and by Dan Seals on his 1990 album On Arrival.

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars link
Entertainment Weekly C+ link
Chicago Tribune 4/4 stars[1]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Warning Labels" (Kim Williams, Oscar Turman) - 2:59
  2. "Made for Lovin' You" (Curly Putman, Sonny Throckmorton) - 3:09
  3. "Leave Me the Radio" (Tim Nichols, Zack Turner, Billy Kirsch) - 3:09
  4. "This Empty House" (Ron Harbin, Doug Stone, Williams) - 3:41
  5. "Why Didn't I Think of That" (Paul Harrison, Bob McDill) - 3:12
  6. "Ain't Your Memory Got No Pride at All" (Bucky Jones, Red Lane, Royce Porter) - 3:18
  7. "Workin' End of a Hoe" (Jim Rushing) - 2:46
  8. "Too Busy Being in Love" (Gary Burr, Victoria Shaw) - 3:53
  9. "She's Got a Future in the Movies" (Burr, Shaw) - 2:52
  10. "Left, Leavin', Goin', or Gone" (Frank J. Myers, Don Pfrimmer) - 2:59

Personnel[edit]

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (1992) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums 19
U.S. Billboard 200 99

References[edit]

  • Allmusic (see infobox)
  • Liner notes to From the Heart. Epic Records, 1992.