1980 Kenny Rankin – After The Roses

After The Roses is the seventh album by singer Kenny Rankin, released in 1980 on Atlantic.

Kenneth Joseph Rankin (February 10, 1940 – June 7, 2009) was an American singer and songwriter from the Washington Heights neighborhood of New York City. He worked in the folk rock and singer-songwriter genres, with jazz influences. His voice was distinct and would often hit high notes to express emotion in his songs.


1  Regrets (Barbara Wyrick) 03:57
2  With A Little Help From My Friends (John Lennon; Paul McCartney) 04:39
3  Strings (Jack Siegel; Kenny Rankin) 03:00
4  Cue #2 (Don Costa) 00:43
5  Lyin’ Eyes (Don Henley; Glenn Frey) 03:47
6  After The Roses (Kenny Rankin; Teddy Costa) 04:00
7  What Matters Most (Alan Bergman; Marilyn Bergman; Dave Grusin) 03:23
8  One More Goodbye, One More Hello (Deborah Allen; Rafe van Hoy) 03:38
9  Cue #1 (Don Costa) 00:40
10  Down The Backstairs Of My Life (Eric Mercury; William Smith) 03:04
11  Woman, Woman (Jack Siegel; Kenny Rankin) 03:03
12  To A Wild Rose (Kathy Wakefield; Terry Costa; Don Costa) 04:20



BassPeter Marshall
DrumsJohn Guerin
DrumsRoy McCurdy
GuitarKenny Rankin
KeyboardsWendy Haas
VocalsKenny Rankin

Liner Notes

Producer – Arif Mardin
Mastered By – Dennis King

Design – Pacific Eye & Ear
Illustration – Warren Hile
Photography By – Harry Mittman

Mastered At Atlantic Studios
Phonographic Copyright (p) – Atlantic Recording Corporation
Copyright (c) – Atlantic Recording Corporation