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is an Marty Stuart eponymous album, and the third solo studio album by country singer Marty Stuart, released in 1986 on Columbia, his only album with that label. He recorded a second album for Columbia titled , which was not released until 1992. Let There Be Country
Overview [ edit ]
The album features 9 songs, four of which were co-written by Stuart. The single "Arlene" made number 19 on
Hot Country Songs in 1985. "Honky Tonker", "All Because of You", and "Do You Really Want My Lovin'" were also released.
Track listing [ edit ]
Arlene" Curtis Allen
"All Because of You"
Steve Forbert 3:13
The Shape I'm In"
Robbie Robertson 3:03
"Do You Really Want My Lovin'?"
Steve Goodman 3:36
"Maria (Love To See You Again)"
Marty Stuart, Allen
"Heart of Stone"
"Beyond The Great Divide"
J.C. Crowley, Jack Wesley Routh 3:49
Personnel [ edit ]
Marty Stuart: Lead Vocals,
Rhythm Guitar Curtis Allen,
Kathie Baillie, Alan LeBoeuf, Colleen Peterson: Backing & Harmony Vocals Jody Maphis: Harmony Vocals,
Duane Eddy, Vince Gill, Biff Watson, Reggie Young: Lead & Rhythm Guitars
Mark O'Connor: Fiddle Flip Anderson: Piano
Shane Keister: Synthesizer
Bobby Whitlock: Organ
Jim Horn: Saxophone Paco Shipp: Harmonica
T. Michael Coleman, Ralph Ezell: Bass
W.S. Holland, David Humphreys, Milton Sledge: Drums
Kenny Malone: Percussion
Production [ edit ]
Produced By Curtis Allen; co-production on "Honky Tonker" by
Walt Aldridge and Mac McAnally Recorded & Engineered By Curtis Allen, Jeff Coppage, Ken Criblez, David Ferguson, Mark Hall, Mark Miller, Rocky Schnaars & Al Schulman
Remixed By Curtis Allen & Rocky Schnaars Mastered By Hank Williams
Chart performance [ edit ]
Billboard Top Country Albums 34