City Lights: Country Favorites

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City Lights: Country Favorites
Compilation album by Connie Smith
Released April 1972
Genre Country
Label RCA Camden
Producer Bob Ferguson
Connie Smith chronology
Come Along and Walk with Me
(1971)
City Lights: Country Favorites
(1972)
Ain't We Havin' Us a Good Time
(1972)

City Lights: Country Favorites was the third budget album release from country artist, Connie Smith. The album was released in April 1972 on RCA Camden Records and was produced by Bob Ferguson.

City Lights consisted of nine tracks or previously recorded material. It included Smith's covers of Petula Clark's "Downtown" and Anita Bryant's "Paper Roses," as well as a single by Smith, "Burning a Hole in My Mind." The album was released on a 12-inch LP record.[1] As it the standard for budget reissues, the album did not chart the Billboard Top Country Albums chart and did not spawn any singles.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "City Lights" – (Bill Anderson)
  2. "Darling Are You Ever Coming Home" – (Hank Cochran, Willie Nelson)
  3. "Don't Feel Sorry for Me" – (Ted Harris)
  4. "Invisible Tears" – (Ned Miller, Sue Miller)
  5. "Downtown" – (Tony Hatch)
  6. "That's All This Old World Needs" – (Demetrius Tapp, Bob Tubert)
  7. "Run Away Little Tears" – (Dallas Frazier)
  8. "Paper Roses" – (Fred Spielman, Janice Torre)
  9. "Burning a Hole in My Mind" – (Cy Coben)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "City Lights by Connie Smith". Rate Your Music. Retrieved 2009-08-12.