Right or Wrong (George Strait album)

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Right or Wrong
GeorgeStraitRightorWrong.jpg
Studio album by George Strait
Released March 6, 1983 (1983-03-06)
Recorded Fall 1982
Studio Woodland Sound Studios
Nashville, Tennessee
Genre Country
Length 26:38
Label MCA
Producer Ray Baker
George Strait chronology
Strait from the Heart
(1982)
Right or Wrong
(1983)
Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind
(1984)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 4/5 stars [1]

Right or Wrong is the third studio album by American country music artist George Strait, released on March, 1983 by MCA Records.

Right or Wrong topped Billboard's (North America) Top Country albums chart, and peaked at #163 on the Billboard 200 albums chart. The singles "You Look So Good in Love" (which was Strait's first to have a music video), "Right or Wrong" and "Let's Fall to Pieces Together" all topped the Hot Country Singles chart. The album was recorded and mixed Digitally.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "You Look So Good in Love" Glen Ballard, Rory Michael Bourke, Kerry Chater 3:13
2. "Right or Wrong" Paul Biese, Haven Gillespie, Arthur L. Sizemore 2:05
3. "A Little Heaven's Rubbing off on Me" Gene Dobbins, John Scott Sherrill 2:41
4. "80 Proof Bottle of Tear Stopper" Darryl Staedtler 2:12
5. "Every Time It Rains (Lord Don't It Pour)" Charlie Craig, Keith Stegall 3:00
6. "You're the Cloud I'm On (When I'm High)" Ronnie Rogers 2:42
7. "Let's Fall to Pieces Together" Dickey Lee, Tommy Rocco, Johnny Russell 2:55
8. "I'm Satisfied with You" Fred Rose 2:50
9. "Our Paths May Never Cross" Merle Haggard 2:34
10. "Fifteen Years Going Up (And One Night Coming Down)" Peggy Forman 2:50
Total length: 26:38[1]

Personnel[edit]

Music

Production

  • Ray Baker – producer
  • Les Ladd – engineer
  • Rick McCollister – engineer
  • Ron Reynolds – engineer
  • Milan Bogdan – digital editing
  • Simon Levy – CD art direction
  • Camille Engel Advertising – CD design
  • Katie Gillon – CD coordination
  • Sherri Halford – CD coordination
  • Rick Henson – cover photo

Chart positions[edit]

Chart (1983) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums 1
U.S. Billboard 200 163

References[edit]

Preceded by
Eyes That See in the Dark by Kenny Rogers
Top Country Albums number-one album
February 18–24, 1984
Succeeded by
Don't Cheat in Our Hometown by Ricky Skaggs
Preceded by
Don't Cheat in Our Hometown by Ricky Skaggs
Top Country Albums number-one album
March 3–16, 1984
Succeeded by
Roll On by Alabama