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Rhythm Country and Blues
Contemporary Country,Soul,Traditional Country,Adult Contemporary,Black Gospel,Bluegrass,Country Soul,Country-Pop,Country-Rock,Gospel,Memphis Soul,Nashville Sound/Countrypolitan,New Orleans R&B,New Traditionalist,Pop-Soul,Quiet Storm,Smooth Soul,Urban
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4.7 ★

Rhythm Country & Blues is one of those various artists collections that always works better on paper than it does in practice. The intent behind the album was to demonstrate that there wasn't much difference between country and soul, either in terms of songwriting or performance.

Rhythm, Country & Blues. Rhythm, Country & Blues. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist - Artist (Sample). 1. 30. Ain't Nothing Like The Real Thing (Album Version). Sam Moore & Conway Twitty doing "Rainy night in Georgia" are worth the album price alone but the bonus is you won't find a bad song on the disc. Glad they did this collaboration while everyone was still alive and game otherwise we would have never known how well people from different walks and backgrounds would perform together.

Rhythm, Country and Blues. 1994 studio album by Various Artists. Rhythm Country and Blues. Studio album by. Various Artists. March 1, 1994 (1994-03-01). Country music, also known as country and western, and hillbilly music, is a genre of popular music that originated in the southern United States in the early 1920s. It takes its roots from genres such as folk music and blue. oy Acuff. 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 on Top Country Albums and on Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums charts. Marty Stuart's rendition of "The Weight" later appeared on his 1995 compilation The Marty Party Hit Pack.

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Track List

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


Nat Adderley - Piano
Kenny Aronoff - Drums
Nickolas Ashford - Composer
Chet Atkins - Guitar, Performer, Primary Artist, Vocals
Sweet Pea Atkinson - Vocals (Background)
Barry Beckett - Piano
Curt Bisquera - Drums
Clint Black - Harmonica, Performer, Primary Artist, Vocals
Sir Harry Bowens - Vocals (Background)
David Briggs - Piano
Tony Brown - Producer
T-Bone Burnett - Guitar
Larry Byrom - Guitar (Electric)
David Campbell - Arranger, Strings
Lenny Castro - Percussion
Bob Clearmountain - Mixing
Eddie Cochran - Composer
Hank Cochran - Composer
Natalie Cole - Performer, Primary Artist, Vocals
Don Covay - Composer
Paulinho Da Costa - Percussion
The Don - Producer
Ronald Dunbar - Composer
Ricky Fataar - Drums
Vince Gill - Guitar, Performer, Primary Artist
Mark Goldenberg - Guitar (Acoustic)
Marty Grebb - Saxophone
Al Green - Performer, Primary Artist, Vocals
Isaac Hayes - Composer
Mabon "Teenie" Hodges - Guitar
Harlan Howard - Composer
James "Hutch" Hutchinson - Bass
Wayne Jackson - Trumpet
Randall Jacobs - Guitar
Buddy Johnson - Composer
General Johnson - Composer
George Jones - Performer, Primary Artist, Vocals
B.B. King - Performer, Primary Artist, Vocals
Gladys Knight - Performer, Primary Artist, Vocals
Patti LaBelle - Performer, Primary Artist, Vocals
Bernie Leadon - Guitar (Acoustic)
Paul Leim - Drums
Little Richard - Performer, Primary Artist, Vocals
Andrew Love - Sax (Tenor)
Lyle Lovett - Performer, Primary Artist, Vocals
Arnold McCuller - Vocals (Background)
Reba McEntire - Performer, Primary Artist, Vocals
Sam Moore - Performer, Primary Artist, Vocals
Jonell Mosser - Vocals (Background)
Jamie Muhoberac - Moog Synthesizer, Timbales, Tom-Tom
Steve Nathan - Keyboards
Willie Nelson - Composer
Aaron Neville - Performer, Primary Artist, Vocals
The Pointer Sisters - Performer, Primary Artist, Vocals
David Porter - Composer
Don Potter - Guitar (Acoustic)
Billy Preston - Organ, Organ (Hammond)
Robbie Robertson - Composer
Matt Rollings - Organ (Hammond), Piano
Joe Gruvtek Seta - Engineer
Sharon Sheeley - Composer
Valerie Simpson - Composer
The Staple Singers - Performer, Primary Artist, Vocals
Marty Stuart - Performer, Primary Artist, Vocals
Benmont Tench - Organ (Hammond), Piano
Allen Toussaint - Composer, Performer, Primary Artist, Vocals
Travis Tritt - Performer, Primary Artist, Vocals
Tanya Tucker - Performer, Primary Artist, Vocals
Robby Turner - Guitar (Steel)
Conway Twitty - Performer, Primary Artist, Vocals
Don Was - Producer
"Ready" Freddie Washington - Bass
Willie Weeks - Bass
Tony Joe White - Composer
Glenn Worf - Bass
Trisha Yearwood - Performer, Primary Artist, Vocals
Reggie Young - Guitar (Electric)
  • Kalrajas
Music appreciation is often in the ear of the beholder. That is the only explanation I have for the Rovi Staff's brief and superficial review claiming that this album "works better in theory than in practice." The songs on this album cross the line between R&B and Country, which may make it difficult to connect with for those that prefer they genres "purer." Regardless, for me, the album is a joyful listen, still holding up 20 years on. This "Since I Fell For You" is my favorite version (besting the original, Bonnie Raitt, Al Jarreau, etc.). "Rainy Night in Georgia" was so locked in my brain by Brook Benton's version that it took several listens before I finally let go and embraced this gorgeous rendition. Clint Black's soulfulness and harmonica playing were a pleasant surprise. The other performances have their own charms, the standout being the Al Green-ized version of Willie Nelson's "Funny How Time Slips Away", which is simply brilliant (and recognized with a Grammy nomination). The only song I've never connected with is the Little Richard / Tanya Tucker "Somethin' Else". Based on other comments on the internet, I'm not alone in that.4 1/2 stars