℗ 1970 UMG Recordings; A Mercury Nashville Release
Released September 1, 1970
Duration 24m 19s
Record Label Mercury Nashville
Genre Country
 

A Trip In The Country

Roger Miller

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1.1
Tall, Tall Trees (Album Version)
Roger Miller
2:11
1.2
A World I Can't Live In
Roger Miller
2:15
1.3
Nothing Can Stop My Love
Roger Miller
1:50
1.4
When Two Worlds Collide (1970 Album Version)
Roger Miller
2:08
1.5
My Ears Should Burn (When Fools Are Talked About)
Roger Miller
2:06
1.6
A World So Full Of Love
Roger Miller
2:19
1.7
Don't We All Have The Right (Album Version)
Roger Miller
1:56
1.8
That's The Way I Feel (Album Version)
Roger Miller
1:49
1.9
Half A Mind (Album Version)
Roger Miller
2:45
1.10
When A House Is Not A Home (1970 Album Version)
Roger Miller
2:27
1.11
Invitation To The Blues (Album Version)
Roger Miller
2:33
MCA Nashville presents Roger Miller's 11th album, A Trip in the Country, as part of a series of exciting new re-releases from the beloved Country star! Over the course of his wildly successful four-decade long career, Country Music Hall of Famer, Roger Miller, recorded and released hundreds of songs across 19 studio albums, including a remarkable 52 singles. Best known for his chart-topping hits "King of the Road," "Dang Me," "Chug-A-Lug" and "England Swings" from the mid-1960s Nashville sound era, Miller released his debut album, Roger And Out, in 1964 on Smash Records after several years of playing with, and becoming a hit songwriter for country greats like George Jones, Jimmy Dean, Ray Price, Ernest Tubb, and Faron Young, along with releasing a dozen singles of his own. On the strength of the back-to-back hits "Dang Me" and "Chug-A-Lug," the album was a smash and set the stage for a peerless career that included 11 Grammy Awards, two Tony Awards, Academy of Country Music's Pioneer Award, multiple hit records, several movie soundtracks, a television show, induction into Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame, and so much more.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Mercury Nashville Studio Masters

Tracks 1-11 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
-0.30
-1.10 to -0.22
-16.21
-17.26 to -15.50
11
9 to 12
1
Tall, Tall Trees (Album Version)
-1.10-15.509
2
A World I Can't Live In
-0.22-17.0412
3
Nothing Can Stop My Love
-0.22-16.4511
4
When Two Worlds Collide (1970 Album Version)
-0.22-16.0011
5
My Ears Should Burn (When Fools Are Talked About)
-0.22-15.9112
6
A World So Full Of Love
-0.22-15.6611
7
Don't We All Have The Right (Album Version)
-0.22-15.9910
8
That's The Way I Feel (Album Version)
-0.22-15.9111
9
Half A Mind (Album Version)
-0.22-17.2612
10
When A House Is Not A Home (1970 Album Version)
-0.22-15.6111
11
Invitation To The Blues (Album Version)
-0.22-16.9712

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