Best Of Lynn Anderson
CHM/CHS-1009(e) (1968)

Side 1:
Ride, Ride, Ride (Liz Anderson)

Too Much of You (Gene Hood)

If I Kiss You (Liz Anderson)

Strangers (Liz Anderson)
No Another Time (Jerry Lane)
Sing Me a Sad Song (Stewart)

Side 2:
Promises, Promises (Smith-Hughey-Anderson)
I Live to Love You (Glenn Sutton)
I've Been Everywhere (Mack)
Big Girls Don't Cry (Liz Anderson)
Beggars Can't Be Choosers (Liz Anderson)
There Oughta Be a Law (Jo Gibson)

Produced by:
Slim Williamson

 

LISTEN!

In two short years a pretty young girl named Lynn Anderson has really made a name for herself as a country singer.

From her first hit, the unforgettable Ride, Ride, Ride, Lynn’s records have always been at the top of the charts and in great demand by fans everywhere.

Whether you meet Lynn through the medium of recordings, television appearances on the Lawrence Welk Show, at a personal appearance or over one of her fantastic steaks—which she cooks to perfection—you can’t help but love her.

So lean back, relax and listen to THE BEST OF LYNN ANDERSON. If I should sound a little prejudiced, it’s because I’m married to this sweet, lovely, wonderful bundle of talent.

GLENN SUTTON