Songs That Made Country Girls Famous

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Songs That Made Country Girls Famous
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Studio album by Lynn Anderson
Released 1969
Genre Country
Label Chart
Lynn Anderson chronology
At Home with Lynn
(1969)At Home with Lynn1969
Songs That Made Country Girls Famous
Uptown Country Girl
(1970)Uptown Country Girl1970

Songs That Made Country Girls Famous is astudio album by Lynn Anderson released in 1969. The album became Anderson's second top ten LP on Billboard's Top Country Albums chart, peaking at #9.

The eleven song album features covers of major hits in the careers of eleven female country singers, although in several cases the song is not actually the one that made the artist famous. Lynn Anderson herself is included in the eleven, with a remake version of her first charted single "Ride Ride Ride", released only three years prior to this album. No singles were released from the album when it premiered in 1969, however two years later after Anderson had moved on to Columbia Records, Chart would release "It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels" as a single resulting in a Top 20 record on the Billboard country chart.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Once a Day" - (Bill Anderson), a Connie Smith hit
  2. "I Fall to Pieces" - (Harlan Howard, Hank Cochran) a Patsy Cline hit
  3. "You Ain't Woman Enough" - (Loretta Lynn) - a Loretta Lynn hit
  4. "It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels" - (J. D. Miller) - a Kitty Wells hit
  5. "Mama Spank" (Liz Anderson) - A Liz Anderson hit
  6. "Dark Moon (song)" - (Ned Miller) - a Bonnie Guitar hit
  7. "Here Comes My Baby Back Again" - (Dottie West, Bill West), a Dottie West hit
  8. "Harper Valley P.T.A." - (Tom T. Hall), a Jeannie C. Riley hit
  9. "Don't Touch Me" - (Hank Cochran) - a Jeannie Seely hit
  10. "Your Good Girl's Gonna Go Bad" - (Glenn Sutton, Billy Sherrill) - a Tammy Wynette hit
  11. "Ride Ride Ride" - (Liz Anderson), a Lynn Anderson hit