Another Place, Another Time

Album: Another Place Another Time (1968)
Charted: 97
  • Written by the Nashville songwriter Jerry Chestnut, this heralded Lewis' new direction into country music. It was the first of many Top 10 country hits for Lewis after a decade of commercially unsuccessful rock music. Lewis' country phase lasted through the 1980s.

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