Lonesome Standard Time is an album released in 1992 by American country music artist Kathy Mattea. Her seventh studio album, it was also her fourth to receive an RIAA gold certification, although none of its singles were Top Ten country hits. The title track was its lead-off single, peaking at #11 on Hot Country Songs, followed by the Top 20 "Standing Knee Deep in a River (Dying of Thirst)", then "Seeds" (her first single since 1985 to miss the Top 40) and "Listen to the Radio", which also failed to make Top 40. Track listing: "Lonesome Standard Time" (Larry Cordle, Jim Rushing) - 2:46, "Lonely at the Bottom" (Jan Dowling, Mike Dowling) - 3:10, "Standing Knee Deep in a River (Dying of Thirst)" (Bucky Jones, Dickey Lee, Bob McDill) - 4:08, "Forgive and Forget" (Kieran Kane) - 2:47, "Last Night I Dreamed of Loving You" (Hugh Moffatt) - 3:31, "Listen to the Radio" (Nanci Griffith) - 2:59, "Slow Boat" (George Teren, Jon Vezner) - 2:59, "33, 45, 78 (Record Time)" (Steve Key) - 2:57, "Amarillo" (Rodney Crowell, Emmylou Harris) - 3:07, "Seeds" (Pat Alger, Ralph Murphy) - 3:47, Personnel: Eddie Bayers - drums, Larry Byrom - guitar, Bill Cooley - guitar, Jerry Douglas - Dobro, Sonny Garrish - steel guitar, John Barlow Jarvis - piano, Farrell Morris - percussion, Duncan Mullins - bass, Bernie Leadon - guitar, Kathy Mattea - vocals, Nashville String Machine - strings, Steve Nathan - piano, Bobby Ogdin - organ, Russ Pahl - drums, Dobro, Don Potter - guitar, Matt Rollings - piano, Pete Wasner - piano, Tim O'Brien - background vocals, Donna McElroy - background vocals, Christie Westmoreland - background vocals, Gerry Gillespie - background vocals, Vicki Hampton - background vocals, Kathy Chiavola - background vocals, Gary Burr - background vocals, Jonathan Yudkin - mandolin, violin, Production notes: Mills Logan - engineer, assistant engineer, Brent Maher - producer, engineer, mixing, Jim McKell - engineer, assistant engineer, mixing, Glenn Meadows - mastering, Chart performance: Chart (1992) Peak, position U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums 41 U.S. Billboard 200 182

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