King's Record Shop is the sixth studio album by American country music singer Rosanne Cash. It was released on June 26, 1987, her fifth album for the label. The album produced four singles on the Billboard country singles chart. They were "The Way We Make a Broken Heart", a cover of her father Johnny Cash's "Tennessee Flat Top Box", "If You Change Your Mind", and "Runaway Train". This was the last album in Cash's career to feature Rodney Crowell as the sole record producer, who produced all of her albums since her first Columbia album Right or Wrong in 1980.
The album is named after King's Record Shop in Louisville, Kentucky, which was owned by Pee Wee King's younger brother, Gene. A photograph of Rosanne Cash standing in the shop's doorway is featured on the cover, though she was never actually at the shop for the photo. Veteran steel guitarist Hank DeVito took the photo of the record shop and one of Rosanne standing as she is in the photo. A picture of Cash's 1981 album Seven Year Ache is shown. He superimposed her into the record shop photo (Music City News magazine, August 1987).
Sony BMG controversially used their XCP technology on the album when it was re-released in 2005 as part of its American Milestones series.
Artist: Rosanne Cash
Format: LP, Album, Remastered
Genre: Rock, Folk, World, & Country
Style: Country, Country Rock
A1 Rosie Strike Back
A2 The Way We Make A Broken Heart
A3 If You Change Your Mind
A4 The Real Me
A5 Somewhere Sometime
B1 Runaway Train
B2 Tennessee Flat Top Box
B3 I Don't Have To Crawl
B4 Green, Yellow And Red
B5 Why Don't You Quit Leaving Me Alone