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  1. 10

    10 (1905)


  2. 10 Song Demo

    10 Song Demo (1996)


    10 Song Demo is a 1996 album by Rosanne Cash, produced by her husband, John Leventhal. The album, her first for Capitol Records after having left Columbia, her label for fourteen years, included mostly stripped down acoustic tracks. Despite the album's title, it actually contains eleven songs, not ten. The song "The Summer I Read Collette" was a tribute to French novelist Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette. Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt would later cover the song "Western Wall", including it on their 1999 collaboration Western Wall: The Tucson Sessions.

  3. 100 Proof

    100 Proof (2012)


    100 Proof is the third studio album by American country music artist Kellie Pickler. It was released on January 24, 2012. The album includes the single "Tough". The title track, was released exclusively on iTunes on December 20, 2011. The album sold 27,000 copies in the first week, and is the highest-charting album of Pickler's career on the Billboard 200 and the Digital Albums chart.

  4. 12 Shades of Brown

    12 Shades of Brown (1905)


  5. 20/20 Vision

    20/20 Vision (1976)


  6. 3 Pears

    3 Pears (2012)


    3 Pears is an album by American country music artist Dwight Yoakam. It was released on September 18, 2012 via Warner Bros. Records.

  7. 40 Hour Week

    40 Hour Week (1985)


    40-Hour Week is the ninth studio album from country music band Alabama. Released in 1985, the album included three songs that topped the Billboard magazine Hot Country Singles chart and continued the band's dominance during the 1980s.

  8. 5th Gear

    5th Gear (2007)


    5th Gear is the fifth studio album by country singer Brad Paisley. It was released June 19, 2007, and debuted at number three on the Billboard 200, with first week sales of about 197,000 copies. On April 9, 2008, 5th Gear was certified platinum by the RIAA.

  9. #7

    #7 (1986)


    #7 is the sixth studio album by American country music artist George Strait—his seventh album including his Greatest Hits—released on May 14, 1986 by MCA Records. It is certified platinum by the RIAA and it produced two singles: "Nobody in His Right Mind Would've Left Her" and "It Ain't Cool to Be Crazy About You", both of which reached Number One on the country charts in 1986.

  10. 80's Ladies

    80's Ladies (1986)


  11. 88 Elmira St.

    88 Elmira St. (1905)


    88 Elmira St. is a Grammy Award-nominated 1991 album by guitarist Danny Gatton. The album was Gatton's fifth, but his first on a major record labelElektra. The instrumental album covers a number of genres, including jazz, country, rockabilly, and blues.

  12. 9 to 5 and Odd Jobs

    9 to 5 and Odd Jobs (2004)


    9 to 5 and Odd Jobs is the 23rd solo studio album by Dolly Parton, and was released in late 1980. A concept album about working, the album was centered on Parton's hit "9 to 5", which served as the theme song to the film of the same name (co-starring Parton, Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin), and topped both the U.S. country and pop charts. The album's two additional singles—a cover of Mike Settle's "But You Know I Love You" and a reading of "The House of the Rising Sun" – provided further country hits, with "But You Know I Love You" also reaching #1.

  13. A Classic Christmas

    A Classic Christmas (2006)


  14. a December to Remember

    a December to Remember (2006)


    A December to Remember is a Christmas album released by country music artist Aaron Tippin. The album is his first Christmas album, and it includes a mix of original songs and covers. Tippin's rendition of "Jingle Bell Rock" charted on the Hot Country Songs charts in late 2001.

  15. A Few Questions

    A Few Questions (2003)


    A Few Questions is country music singer Clay Walker's eighth album. It was released September 9, 2003. The album reached #23 on Billboard magazine's album chart. Released from this album were the singles "A Few Questions" and "I Can't Sleep", both of which reached Top Ten on the Hot Country Songs charts. "Jesus Was a Country Boy" reached #31 on the same chart. This was also Walker's only album for the RCA label.

  16. A Joyful Noise

    A Joyful Noise (2002)


    A Joyful Noise is an album of Christmas music, released by American country music artist Jo Dee Messina. Her first Christmas album, it was released in 2002 on Curb Records. Its title track peaked at #16 on the Billboard Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks charts in 2002.

  17. A Legend in My Time

    A Legend in My Time (1975)


    A Legend in My Time was the fourth studio album of Country music artist Ronnie Milsap. It was released in 1975 under the RCA Nashville label. Two singles were released from the album, including the Don Gibson penned "(I'd Be) A Legend in My Time," which reached #1 on country charts and Al Dexter's "Too Late to Worry, Too Blue to Cry", which peaked at #6.

  18. A Little More Livin'

    A Little More Livin' (2006)


    A Little More Livin' is the second album by the country singer Trent Willmon, released on June 13, 2006 on Columbia Records Nashville. It features the singles "On Again Tonight" and "So Am I", which peaked at #27 and #59 on the Hot Country Songs charts, respectively. After the latter peaked, Willmon exited Columbia's roster.

  19. A Long Way Home

    A Long Way Home (1998)


    A Long Way Home is the tenth album of new recordings by Dwight Yoakam. It reached No. 11 on the Billboard Country Album, with two of its tracks charting on the Hot Country Singles chart. "Things Change" reached No. 17, while "These Arms" peaked at No. 57. Yoakam wrote all the songs on the album himself.

  20. A Lot About Livin' (And a Little 'Bout Love)

    A Lot About Livin' (And a Little 'Bout Love) (1992)


  21. A Man Ain't Made Of Stone

    A Man Ain't Made Of Stone (1999)


    A Man Ain't Made of Stone is the eleventh studio album from American country music artist Randy Travis. Released in 1999 as his second (and final) album for the DreamWorks label, it produced four singles, of which only one — the title track — was a Top 40 hit on the Billboard country charts. Additionally, this album was the last of only three albums in Travis' career not to be produced by longtime producer, Kyle Lehning.

  22. A Night to Remember

    A Night to Remember (1999)


    A Night to Remember is the seventh main studio album released by American country music artist Joe Diffie. His last album for Epic Records, it contains the singles "A Night to Remember", "The Quittin' Kind", and "It's Always Somethin'", which respectively reached #6, #21, and #5 on the Billboard country charts. The title track was also Diffie's highest entry on the Billboard Hot 100, reaching #38 there. The song "You Can't Go Home" was originally recorded by Conway Twitty. "Don't Our Love Look Natural" was originally recorded by Keith Whitley.

  23. A Place in the World

    A Place in the World (1996)


    A Place in the World is the sixth album by Mary Chapin Carpenter, and was a #3 Country Album on the Billboard charts. Album tracks that entered the Hot Country Singles chart were "Let Me into Your Heart" at #11, "I Want to Be Your Girlfriend" at #35, and "Keeping the Faith" at #58. Carpenter wrote all of the songs on the album singlehandedly.

  24. A Place To Land

    A Place To Land (2008)


    A Place to Land is the third studio album by American country music group Little Big Town. Released in 2007 as their second album on the independent Equity Music Group label, it features the single "I'm with the Band", which peaked at number 32 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts in late 2007.

  25. A Pretty Good Guy

    A Pretty Good Guy (2006)


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