Times Like These (Buddy Jewell album)

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Times Like These
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ReleasedApril 26, 2005
Genre Country
Label Columbia
Producer Garth Fundis
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Times Like These is the fourth studio album by American country music singer Buddy Jewell. The album was released on April 26, 2005 by Columbia Records. Two singles were released from the project, "If She Were Any Other Woman" and "So Gone." While the former peaked in the Top 30 of Billboard 's Hot Country Songs chart, the latter failed to chart entirely.


Sales of Times Like These failed to meet those of Jewell's debut, and he was dropped by Columbia in September 2005.

Track listing

  1. "Me Lovin' You" (Rick Bowles, Josh Leo) - 3:09
  2. "If She Were Any Other Woman" (Brett Beavers, Connie Harrington, Kelley Lovelace) - 3:17
  3. "Back to You" (Walt Aldridge, Brad Crisler) - 3:08
  4. "So Gone" (Marc Beeson, Paul Jefferson, Sonny LeMaire) - 2:59
  5. "You Ain't Doin' Right" (Tony Lane, Craig Wiseman) - 3:30
  6. "Addicted to the Rain" (Larry Wayne Clark, Buddy Jewell) - 3:40
  7. "I'd Run" (Jimmy Ritchey, Sam Tate, Annie Tate) - 4:09
  8. "Dyess Arkansas" (Jewell) - 4:47
  9. "Glad I'm Gone" (Jewell) - 3:35
  10. "Times Like These" (Jewell, J. B. Rudd, Vip Vipperman) - 3:30
  11. "Run Away Home" (Burton Collins, D. Vincent Williams) - 3:56


Adapted from liner notes. [2]

Chart performance

Chart (2005)Peak
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums5
U.S. Billboard 20031

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  1. Times Like These at AllMusic
  2. Times Like These (CD booklet). Buddy Jewell. Columbia Records. 2005. CK-92873.{{cite AV media notes}}: CS1 maint: others in cite AV media (notes) (link)