is the twelfth studio album by , released by RCA Records (see 1984 in music). The album's title track, , is sung in trio with R&B singer and ' former bandmate turned solo star , which is a love song that reached #1 on the and was also a pop and country hit, giving co-writer his first number one hit as a writer. Elsewhere on the album is by , (a story song in the vein of ' previous hits such as and ), (a R&B influenced ballad) and (a song Rogers co-wrote with which is in the style of ) that also charted and gave yet another number-one hit and his second number one hit as a writer.
2009 two CD set containing a pair of albums from the Country superstar, originally released on and labels at the height of his worldwide popularity between 1976 and 1983. Though achieved success at the tail end of the '60s with his band , it wasn't until he fully crossed over into the Country market that international fame came calling. Ironically, his move away from the Pop charts actually brought him more success once Country Music began to crossover into the same market he had initially given up on. Contains the albums (1976) and (1977). 21 tracks.
Kenny Rogers compilations tend to drift in and out of print, yet in a sense it doesn't matter much, because most featured most of the big hits. However, very few contained them all and, as of 2004, the only collection in print that contained all his big hits, from the First Edition through the mid-'80s, was 1999's four-disc box set Through the Years, which was too exhaustive for all but dedicated Rogers fans. So, there was a need for a new, relatively concise collection that featured all the hits; hence Capitol's 42 Ultimate Hits, a double-disc set that spans Kenny's entire career, from the First Edition to two new tracks, including a duet with Whitney Duncan.