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Kenny Rogers 20 Greatest Hits (2002)

while he had much success with his own solo albums, rogers also collaborated with a large number of other artists. in the late 1960s, he was one of the first country artists to release a rock single,in the form of the b-side,which was a top ten hit for him. in 1967, he joined with dolly parton for the duet,dumasdelilley,which was a crossover hit. rogers collaborated with her again on a song calledcopperline, which was released as a single in 1971. rogers also worked with dolly's sister-in-law, actress kim carnes, and she wrote the hit song,smoky mountain memories. in 1984, rogers andparton collaborated on the duet,once upon a christmas, which peaked at no. 2 on the pop charts.

Kenny Rogers 20 Greatest Hits (2002)

in 1985, rogers' soft-rock-influenced album, the heart of the matter, produced by george martin, who guided the majority of the beatles' historic recordings, was the singer's last to top the billboard country albums chart. in 1986, under the pseudonym joey coco, prince penned the power ballad you're my love, for rogers, who cut it for his they don't make them like they used to album.

rogers first outing for his new label was love lifted me. the album charted and two singles love lifted me and while the feelings good were minor hits. later in the year rogers issued his second album, the self-titled kenny rogers, which first single laura (whats he got that i aint got), was another solo hit. however, it took lucille in 1977 to blow rogers post-first edition career wide open, reaching number one in no less than 12 countries, selling over five million copies world-wide and pushing the kenny rogers album to #1 in the billboard country album chart.


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