Days Gone By
is an album by American country music
artist James House
. Released in 1995 as his third and final studio album, it was also his only album for the Epic Records
The album itself peaked at #48 on the U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums charts, and #19 on Top Heatseekers. Four of its singles entered the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks (now Hot Country Songs) charts: "A Real Good Way to Wind Up Lonesome", "Little by Little", "This Is Me Missing You", and "Anything for Love"; "This Is Me Missing You" was the highest-charting single of his career, peaking at #6 in mid-1995. In addition, the album's title track was included in the soundtrack to the 1994 movie The Cowboy Way.
Days Gone By also features guest vocals from Trisha Yearwood, as well as Raul Malo (who was then the lead singer of The Mavericks) and Nikki Nelson (who was then the lead singer for Highway 101).
- "This Is Me Missing You" (James House, Monty Powell, Debi Cochran) – 3:28
- "A Real Good Way to Wind Up Lonesome" (J. House, Dale Dodson, John Jarrard) – 3:25
- "Until You Set Me Free" (J. House, Rafe VanHoy) – 3:40
- "Anything for Love" (J. House, Phil Barnhart, Sam Hogin) – 3:40
- "Little by Little" (J. House, Rick Bowles) – 4:18
- "Only a Fool" (J. House, VanHoy, Stan Lynch) – 3:23
- "Silence Makes a Lonesome Sound" (J. House, Barnhart, Hogin) – 2:54
- "Days Gone By" (J. House, Holly House, Dean Miller) – 4:03
- "Take Me Away" (J. House, Wally Wilson) – 2:57
- "That's Something (You Don't See Every Day)" (J. House, Allen Shamblin) – 3:58
The House Band
Strings on "Until You Set Me Free" and "That's Something (You Don't See Every Day)" performed by the Nashville String Machine and arranged by Dennis Burnside.