The Night You Wrote That Song is an album that asks for your undivided attention. Song connoisseurs won’t need any such instruction, because they know that the name Gretchen Peters is a guarantee of listening excellence. Over the course of a dozen albums, her luminous voice and brilliant songwriting have earned her a devoted following. Along the way, she has given us enduring gems – “The Chill of an Early Fall,” “Independence Day,” “The Secret of Life” and the like – that have earned her induction into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame. But with this new collection, Peters pauses the series of albums that have made her a “songwriter’s songwriter.” Instead, she is introducing herself as an interpreter of someone else’s work. In this case, it is the stunning output of her fellow Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame member, the late Mickey Newbury (1940-2002).