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Love and Luck
Studio album by
ReleasedMarch 15, 1994
ProducerTony Brown, Marty Stuart
Marty Stuart chronology
Let There Be Country
Love and Luck
The Marty Party Hit Pack

Love and Luck is the eighth studio album by American country singer Marty Stuart, released in 1994. Nearly all the songs were written or co-written by Stuart himself. The album includes the singles "Love and Luck" and "Kiss Me, I'm Gone". "Wheels" is a cover of The Byrds, and "If I Give My Soul" of Billy Joe Shaver.

Daniel Gioffre of Allmusic gave the album 3 stars out of 5, praising the covers of Shaver and the Byrds and saying that the album "shows his range nicely".[1]

Track listing

1."Love and Luck"Marty Stuart, Bob DiPiero3:50
2."Kiss Me, I'm Gone"Stuart, DiPiero3:02
3."Wheels"Gram Parsons, Chris Hillman3:11
4."I Ain't Giving Up On Love"Stuart, Harlan Howard2:46
5."That's What Love's About"Stuart3:51
6."Marty Stuart Visits the Moon" (instrumental)Stuart3:17
7."Oh, What a Silent Night"Stuart, Harlan Howard3:29
8."Shake Your Hips"James Moore, Slim Harpo2:32
9."You Can Walk All Over Me"Stuart, Wayne Perry2:28
10."That's When You'll Know It's Over"Butch Carr, Russ Zavitson3:18
11."If I Give My Soul"Billy Joe Shaver4:21


Compiled from liner notes.[2]

Musicians (all tracks except "Love and Luck")
Musicians on "Love and Luck"
  • Tony Brown - production
  • John Guess - recording, mixer
  • Glenn Meadows - mastering
  • Marty Stuart - production
  • Marty Williams - overdubbing

Chart performance

Chart (1994) Peak
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums 28
U.S. Billboard 200 141
Canadian RPM Country Albums 6


  1. ^
  2. ^ Love and Luck (CD booklet). Marty Stuart. MCA Records. 1994. 10880.

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