Artist Lynn Anderson. Record Label Forever Gold (Allegiance). The CD is in like new condition. There are a couple of small specks.
Matrix, Runout (Inner Ring): COMPACT DISC MPO FRANCE 07. Other (SPARS code): AAD. Other Versions (4 of 4) View All.
Condition: Vinyl Ex, Sleeve NM. Country: UK. Label: Old Gold. Artist: Lynn AndersonDuration: Single. LYNN ANDERSON - How Can I Unlove You USA Import C 30925 EXC. LYNN ANDERSON How Can I Unlove You Label: Columbia Catalogue Number: C 30925 Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo Country: USA Released: 1971 TRACKS: A1 How Can I Unlove You A2 Don't Say Things You Don't Mean A3 You've Got A Friend A4 Easy Lovin' A5 Here I Go Again A6 What's Made Milwaukee
Lynn Anderson in 1970. Michael Ochs Archives/Getty. Singer-songwriter Lynn Anderson, a dynamic Grammy-winning performer whose 1970 single, Rose Garden, was a country and pop hit throughout the world, died Thursday night at Nashville’s Vanderbilt University Medical Center after suffering a heart attack. According to the Tennessean, Anderson was hospitalized with pneumonia following a recent trip to Italy. Anderson would take four more singles to the country-chart summit during her career. Her last significant hit was in 1984 with You’re Welcome to Tonight, a Top Ten duet with Gary Morris. Two years later, she released Cowboy’s Sweetheart, an album that featured classic cowboy songs and included a duet with Emmylou Harris. Anderson’s 2004 LP, The Bluegrass Sessions, earned her another Grammy nomination.
Cry is a studio album by country music legend Lynn Anderson, released in 1972. This album was based on Lynn Anderson's hit from early 1972, "Cry", which hit No. 3 on the Billboard Country charts, and No. 1 on the Cashbox Country charts. In addition the song also reached No. 71 on the Pop charts, and No. 16 on the Adult Contemporary charts that year
Lynn Anderson Forever, Vol. 2. Lynn Anderson. Lynn Anderson, Kenny Vernon, Joe Gibson, Johnny Dollar, Vance Bulla, Gene Hood.
Lynn Anderson, one of the most prolific country hitmakers of the first half of the 1970s, forever associated with her most famous song ‘Rose Garden,’ died on Thursday evening (July 30) in Nashville at the age of 67. She is thought to have suffered a heart attack after being hospitalised for pneumonia following a trip to Italy. The success of ‘Rose Garden’ helped her to win the Grammy Award for Best Country Vocal Performance in 1971, when she also took the CMA Award for Female Vocalist of the Year.
Album · 2002 · 16 Songs. Lynn Anderson Selected Hits (Re-recorded Version).
|A2||Top Of The World|
|A4||For The Good Times|
|A5||It's Only Make Believe|
|A6||Listen To A Country Song|
|A7||Sunday Morning Coming Down|
|B1||Smile For Me|
|B2||it Must Be Love This Time|
|B4||Killing Me Softly With His Song|
|B5||Stay There 'till I Get There!|
|B7||Keep Me In Mind|