Lynn Anderson racked up sixty country hit singles and scored one of the first - and biggest - Country to Pop crossover hits in 1971 with "Rose Garden". Both the single and the Grammy-winning album it appeared on went gold; that album and a follow-up are included together on this one disc.
2.For The Good Times
3.Another Lonely Night
4.I Don't Want To Play House
6.Your Sweet Love Lifted Me
7.Sunday Morning Coming Down
8.I Still Belong To You
9.I Wish I Was A Little Boy Again
10.It's Only Make Believe
11.Nothing Between Us
12.You're My Man
13.I Can Spot A Cheater
14.I'm Gonna Write A Song
15.Cry, Cry Again
16.Knock Three Times
19.Help Me Make It Through The Night
20.Put Your Hand In The Hand
21.Joy To The World
22.I Might As Well Be Here Alone
23.How Can I Unlove You (Bonus Track)
24.Cry (Bonus Track)
25.Top Of The World (Bonus Track)
26.What A Man, My Man Is (Bonus Track)
2 LPs on 1 CD: ROSE GARDEN (1970)/YOU'RE MY MAN (1971).
Includes liner notes by Mark Marymont.
Personnel: Lynn Anderson (vocals).
Liner Note Author: Mark Marymont.
This compilation of country hit-maker Lynn Anderson's first two albums (for Columbia) begins more adventurously than it ends. Two songs by Kris Kristofferson were still a little bit avant-garde for the Nashville establishment at the time, as was the surprisingly intense take on Conway Twitty's rockabilly classic "It's Only Make Believe." The rest of the album consists of covers of then-current pop hits, like "Proud Mary" and a remake of the Carpenters "Top of the World," the latter which works surprisingly well in a country context.