Kenny is the eighth studio album by Kenny Rogers, released in 1979. It includes the singles "Coward of the County" and "You Decorated My Life. Goodbye Marie" was first recorded by Johnny Rodriguez on his March 1979 album, Rodriguez Was Here, and then later recorded by Bobby Goldsboro, charting as a single for him in 1981.
This collection includes tracks from the best selling Christmas album ever Miracles and Kenny's other two holiday recordings Faith and Wishes. Four new tracks, one with Mannheim Steamroller and a bonus cut of 'I'll Be Home For Christmas', a homecoming mix to include holiday greetings from soldiers fighting in Iraq. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample).
Ten Days Out invites you in to experience a heap of blues, a world of music, a real good trip to the heart of America and of Kenny Wayne Shepherd. Ten Days Out: Blues From The Backroads features performances by . King, Clarence Gatemouth Brown, Hubert Sumlin, Pinetop Perkins, Henry Townsend, Honeyboy Edwards and so many more. The Place You're In, Kenny Wayne Shepherd's fourth studio album, marks a stunning stylistic shift for an artist who almost single-handedly introduced blues-rock to a new audience.
Kenny, Kenny G that is, is a refined instrumentalist with a lot of wonderful ideas that have connected with millions around the world, mentions Benson. He is a master of the soprano sax. I always enjoy when we get an opportunity to work together and I look forward to a very successful tour. George Benson had some inroads as a funk-jazz guitarist on the popular ’70’s label CTI, but it was Breezin’, his 1976 Warner Brothers debut, that lifted him to pop stardom