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A Trip in the Country

A Trip in the Country
Studio album by Roger Miller
Released 1970
Genre Country
Label Mercury Records
Producer Jerry Kennedy
Roger Miller chronology
Roger Miller 1970
A Trip in the Country
Dear Folks, Sorry I Haven't Written Lately

A Trip in the Country is the 11th album by American singer, songwriter, musician and actor Roger Miller (born Roger Dean Miller, January 2, 1936 – October 25, 1992). It reached #23 in the US Country Music chart. For the sleeve notes he wrote:

"Before the days of "Ernest Tubb and others. Some were hits, and some were not. Here are a few of the better ones. In the beginning, I created heavenly, earthly songs"

Track listing

Side 1

  1. "Tall, Tall Trees" (Roger Miller, George Jones)
  2. "A World I Can’t Live In" (Roger Miller)
  3. "Nothing Can Stop My Love" (Roger Miller, George Jones)
  4. "When Two Worlds Collide" (Roger Miller, Bill Anderson)
  5. "My Ears Should Burn (When Fools are Talked About)" (Roger Miller)
  6. "A World so Full of Love" (Roger Miller)

Side 2

  1. "Don’t We All Have the Right" (Roger Miller)
  2. "That’s the Way I Feel" (Roger Miller, George Jones)
  3. "Half a Mind" (Roger Miller)
  4. "When a House is Not a Home" (Roger Miller)
  5. "Invitation to the Blues" (Roger Miller)



  • Producer: Jerry Kennedy
  • Engineers: Tom Sparkman & Charlie Tallent
  • Album Photos: Brian D. Hennssey
  • Album Art Direction: Des Strobel
  • Album Design: Wm. Falkenburg


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