Connie Smith Now

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Connie Smith Now
Compilation album by Connie Smith
Released July 1974
Recorded RCA Studio (Nashville, TN)
Genre Country
Label RCA Victor
Producer Bob Ferguson
Connie Smith chronology
That's the Way Love Goes
(1974)
Connie Smith Now
(1974)
I Never Knew (What That Song Meant Before)
(1974)

Connie Smith Now is the eighth compilation album by American country artist, Connie Smith. The album was released in July 1974 and was produced by Bob Ferguson.

Connie Smith Now was Connie Smith's last official studio album released under RCA Victor Records. The album contained ten tracks, including one new song, "Now." The album mainly consisted of Smith's recordings from albums she had released on RCA Victor, such as "Born to Sing" from the album of the same name, "Louisiana Man" from I Never Once Stopped Loving You, and "Seattle" from Connie's Country.[1] Now was released on a 12-inch LP record, with five songs on each side of the record. The album itself reached a peak of #40 on the Billboard Magazine Top Country Albums chart upon its release in 1974.

Track listing[edit]

Side one[edit]

  1. "Someone to Give My Love To" – (Jerry Foster, Bill Rice)
  2. "Seattle" – (Jack Keller, Hugo Montenegro, Ernie Sheldon)
  3. "Back in Baby's Arms" – (Bob Montgomery)
  4. "I'm So Glad" – (Neal Matthews, Gordon Stoker)
  5. "Now" – (Paul Parnes, Herb Strizik)

Side two[edit]

  1. "I'm Sorry If My Love Got in Your Way" – (Dallas Frazier, Sanger D. Shafer)
  2. "Louisiana Man" – (Doug Kershaw)
  3. "You Are Gone" – (Johnny Carver)
  4. "Born to Sing" – (Cy Coben)
  5. "Plenty of Time" – (Clay McLean)

Sales chart positions[edit]

Albums
Chart (1974) Peak
position
U.S. Top Country Albums 40

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Connie Smith Now > Overview". allmusic. Retrieved 2009-08-13.