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Rhythm, Country and Blues
Studio album by Various Artists
Released March 1, 1994 (1994-03-01)
Genre R&B, country
Length 48:12
Label MCA
Producer Tony Brown
The Don
Don Was
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Rhythm, Country and Blues is an album featuring duets between R&B and country music artists on classic songs. It was released by MCA Records on March 1, 1994. The album debuted at #1 on Top Country Albums and #15 on Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums charts.[1]


Track listing

  1. "Ain't Nothing Like the Real Thing" — Vince Gill with Gladys Knight (3:53) (Written By Valerie Simpson & Nickolas Ashford)
  2. "Funny How Time Slips Away" — Al Green with Lyle Lovett (4:33) (Written by Willie Nelson)
  3. "I Fall to Pieces" — Aaron Neville with Trisha Yearwood (3:47) (Written by Hank Cochran & Harlan Howard)
  4. "Somethin' Else" — Little Richard with Tanya Tucker (2:50) (Written by Eddie Cochran & Sharon Sheeley)
  5. "When Something Is Wrong with My Baby" — Patti LaBelle with Travis Tritt (5:21) (Written by Isaac Hayes & David Porter)
  6. "Rainy Night in Georgia" — Sam Moore with Conway Twitty (5:13) (Written by Tony Joe White)
  7. "Chain of Fools" — Clint Black with The Pointer Sisters (3:42) (Written by Don Covay)
  8. "Since I Fell for You" — Natalie Cole with Reba McEntire (4:18) (Written by Buddy Johnson)
  9. "Southern Nights" — Chet Atkins with Allen Toussaint (4:44) (Written by Allen Toussaint)
  10. "The Weight" — The Staple Singers with Marty Stuart (3:37) (Written by Robbie Robertson)
  11. "Patches" — George Jones with B. B. King (6:14) (Written by Ronald Dunbar & General Johnson)


  • Produced By Tony Brown & Don Was
  • Executive Producers: Tony Brown, Al Teller, Kathy Nelson
  • Recorded, Engineered & Mixed By Bob Clearmountain
  • Mastered By Doug Sax


  • Drums: Kenny Aronoff, Ricky Fataar, Curt Bisquera, Paul Leim
  • Percussion: Lenny Castro, Paulinho Da Costa, Jamie Muhoberac
  • Bass: Freddie Washington, James Hutchinson, Willie Weeks, Glenn Worf
  • Keyboards, Organ, Piano, Synthesizers: Benmont Tench, Nat Adderley, Billy Preston, Matt Rollings, Steve Nathan, Barry Beckett, David Briggs, Jamie Muhoberac, Allen Toussaint
  • Acoustic & Electric Guitars: Mark Goldenburg, Reggie Young, Mabon Hodges, Randy Jacobs, Bernie Leadon, Larry Byrom, Don Potter, Chet Atkins
  • Pedal Steel: Robby Turner
  • Saxophone: Andrew Love
  • Trumpet: Wayne Jackson
  • Horn Arrangements: Jim Horn (The Southside Horns)
  • Strings Arranged By David Campbell


Preceded by
Kickin' It Up
by John Michael Montgomery
Top Country Albums number-one album
March 26 - April 9, 1994
Succeeded by
Not a Moment Too Soon
by Tim McGraw


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