Diamonds & Dirt is an album released in 1988 by American singer-songwriter Rodney Crowell. His fifth studio album, it was also his second release for the Columbia Records label. The album was also his most successful, achieving RIAAgold certification. In addition, all five of its singles reached Number One on the Billboardcountry charts, setting a record for the most Number One hits from a country album. In order of release, these were "It's Such a Small World" (a duet with then-wife Rosanne Cash), "I Couldn't Leave You If I Tried", "She's Crazy for Leaving", "After All This Time", and a cover of Buck Owens' "Above and Beyond (The Call of Love)".