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Nashville (Andy Williams album)

Studio album by Andy Williams
Released 1991
Genre Vocal pop
Country pop[1]
Length 36:09
Label Curb
Producer Jimmy Bowen
Andy Williams[2]
Andy Williams chronology
I Still Believe in Santa Claus
The New Andy Williams Christmas Album
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars[1]

Nashville is an album by American pop singer Andy Williams that was released by Curb Records in 1991.[2] It's Williams's second album of country music, the first being You Lay So Easy on My Mind in 1974, and was reissued with a different track order under the title Best of Country on September 7, 1999.[3]

Track listing

  1. "One Track Memory" (Charlie Black, Steve Bogard, Tommy Rocco) – 3:19
  2. "Here and Now" (Mike Reid) – 3:03
  3. "If I Had You" (Kerry Chater, Danny "Bear" Mayo) – 3:33
  4. "After All This Time" (Rodney Crowell) – 4:23
  5. "Ship in a Bottle" (Dave Loggins) – 4:15
  6. "Till Then" (Bob Regan, George Teren) – 3:18
  7. "Still Under the Weather" (Skip Ewing, L.E. White, Larry Michael White) – 3:02
  8. "If I Had Only Known" (Craig Morris, Jana Stanfield) – 3:35
  9. "If I Were You" (Randy Goodrum) – 4:25
  10. "Last Chance" (Steve Bogard, Rick Giles) – 3:15

Song information

The two songs that Williams covers on the album that had already been chart hits for other artists both went to number one on the Country chart in 1989. One of them, "If I Had You" by Alabama, was, in fact, knocked out of the number one spot by the other, Rodney Crowell's "After All This Time", in May of that year.[4] Two other songs here have been covered by other artists. "If I Had Only Known" was also recorded by Reba McEntire in 1991 for her album For My Broken Heart,[5] and "Still Under the Weather" was later recorded by Shania Twain for her self-titled debut album.[6]



  • Andy Williams - vocals, background vocals
  • Larry Byrom - acoustic guitar
  • Mark Casstevens - banjo
  • Mike Lawler - synthesizer
  • Paul Leim - drums
  • Michael Rhodes - bass
  • Matt Rollings - piano
  • Dennis Wilson - background vocals
  • Bob Wray - bass
  • Curtis Young - background vocals
  • Reggie Young - electric guitar


  • Milan Bogdan - editing, digital editing
  • Jimmy Bowen - producer
  • Bob Bullock - mixing assistant
  • Mark J. Coddington - engineer
  • Tim Kish - assistant engineer
  • Glenn Meadows - mastering
  • Paula Montondo - assistant engineer, mixing assistant
  • Ray Pillow - song selection assistance


  1. ^ a b "Nashville - Andy Williams". Rovi Corporation. Retrieved 29 October 2011. 
  2. ^ a b c (1991) Nashville by Andy Williams [CD booklet]. Nashville: Curb Records D2-77506.
  3. ^ "Best of Country - Andy Williams". Rovi Corporation. Retrieved 29 October 2011. 
  4. ^ Whitburn 2002, pp. 587–588.
  5. ^ (1991) For My Broken Heart by Reba McEntire. Nashville: MCA Nashville MCAD-10400.
  6. ^ (1993) Shania Twain by Shania Twain. Nashville: Mercury Records 514 442-2.


  • Whitburn, Joel (2002), Joel Whitburn's Top Country Singles, 1944-2001, Record Research Inc.,  
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