Kenny Rogers – Ten Years Of Gold
- Label: United Artists Records UA-LA835-H
- Country: Canada
- Released: 1977
- Grade LP: (VG) Sleeve: (VG)
Ten Years of Gold is the fourth studio album by Kenny Rogers issued in 1978.
As his fourth solo album, Ten Years of Gold is a collection of ten songs spanning the last decade. The album features solo re-recordings of hits Kenny had with The First Edition. These new versions were recorded at Jack Clement Recording Studio "B" using Kenny Rogers' road band "Bloodline". Side 1 of the LP contained the all re-recordings. Though Kenny had already scored three other solo hits, "Lucille", "Daytime Friends", "While The Feeling's Good" and "Love Lifted Me" are all that represent his recent work. The last track is the First Edition's original hit recording of "Today I Started Loving You Again", which was featured on the First Edition's 1972 album "Back Roads", Kenny still had the rights on this song, therefore this version is present. Oddly the First Edition are not credited on the album jacket, even individually.