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Roger Miller's Discography


These are the albums and singles in Roger Miller's discography.


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Roger and Out
Roger Miller's first studio album.

The Moon Is High
Private John Q
Lou's Got The Flu
It Takes All Kinds to Make A World
Feel of Me

Dang Me
Got 2 Again
I Ain't Comin' Home Tonight
That's Why I Love You Like I Do
Squares Make…

The Return Of Roger Miller
Roger Miller's second studio album for Smash. Although only his second studio effort, Miller had been writing songs for much longer. His lyrics were maturing, touching on topics like "Reincarnation" (LINK) and singing "as long as there's a shadow,…

The Third Time Around
Roger Miller's third studio album for Smash. Pictured with his numerous Grammy awards, Miller is described as "the greatest new thing to come along since corned beef hash."

The song selection isn't as diverse as the previous two albums, having…

Words And Music
Roger Miller starts coming to grip with his demons on Words and Music, dealing with:
cigarettes - "I'm a two pack a day man, smoke like a fiend"
lost love - "more and more I think about you less and less"
devotion and jealousy - "please remember…

Walkin' In The Sunshine
While his songwriting talent grew, Miller began recording cover songs. There are three on Walkin' In The Sunshine, but they fit in with the originals. One of the most prescient and in some ways unfulfilled quotes about Miller was provided by Jack…

Roger Miller Sings the Music and Tells the Tale of Waterhole #3
Roger Miller sang and narrated the soundtrack to the 1967 film Waterhole #3. The film stars James Coburn, and is a Paramount Production. According to the liner notes, Miller spent five days in rehearsal and three days recording his monologues and…

A Tender Look At Love
Roger Miller's sixth studio album for Smash. There are two different album covers. This is the first of three consecutive albums to consist of mainly cover songs. "Tolivar" is the only Miller composition on the album.

By The Time I Get To…

Roger Miller  (1969)
Roger Miller's seventh album for Smash. Composition credits are shared among Miller, Dennis Linde (LINK), and Kris Kristofferson.

Me And Bobby McGee
Darby's Castle
Colonel Maggie
Boeing Boeing 707
Meanwhile Back In Abilene
Swiss Cottage…

Roger Miller (1970)
This is the eighth and final studio album released on the Smash imprint. It is also the last in a string of albums that did not heavily feature original songs from Miller. On this album, Kris Kristofferson (LINK) and Dennis Linde return with writing…

A Trip In The Country
Nearly a decade after writing some of these hit songs for other artists, Roger Miller records his own studio versions. The all-star Nashville band features the same players from the previous 1970 album, and manages to include three different…
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