Heart Over Mind (Tammy Wynette album)

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Heart Over Mind
Studio album by Tammy Wynette
Released 1990
Genre Country
Label Epic Records
Producer Bob Montgomery
Tammy Wynette chronology
Next to You
(1989)
Heart Over Mind
(1990)
Without Walls
(1994)

Heart Over Mind is an album by American country music singer, Tammy Wynette. It was her 52nd album for Epic Records and reached #64 in the US country chart. Three singles were released from the Album, "Let's Call It a Day Today" which reached #57 in the US and #66 in Canada, "I'm Turning You Loose" which did not chart, and "What Goes with Blue" which reached #56 in the US (all country charts). This was her penultimate studio album.

Track listing[1][edit]

Side 1

  1. "Let’s Call It a Day Today" (Don Pfrimmer, Byron Gallimore) – 3:30
  2. "I’m Turning You Loose" (Sonny Throckmorton, Curly Putman) – 3:18
  3. "Suddenly Single" (Max D. Barnes, Troy Seals) – 2:58
  4. "What Goes With Blue" (Paul Nelson, Dave Gibson) – 3:21
  5. "Just For a Minute There" (Chester Lester) - 3:16

Side 2

  1. "Half the Way Home" (Wanda Mallette) – 3:28
  2. "I’m Falling Heart Over Mind" (Tim Mensy, Don Cook) – 2:24
  3. "Where’s the Fire" (Ron Moore, Lari White) – 2:53
  4. "If You Were The Friend" (Tim Mensy, Debbie Hupp) – 3:06
  5. "One Stone at a Time" (Gary Heyde, Kevin Morris) – 2:51

Musicians[1][edit]

  • Keyboards, Arrangements: Ron Oats
  • Bass: Bob Wray, Roy Huskey, Jr.
  • Drums, Percussion: Lonnie Wilson
  • Steel Guitar: Paul Franklin, Jim Vest
  • Mandolin: Jonathan Yudkin
  • Electric Guitar: Larry Byrom
  • Acoustic Guitar: Tim Mensy, Bill Hullett
  • Harmonica: Terry McMillan

Backing Singers[1][edit]

  • Lea Jane Berinati
  • Kathy Ciavola
  • Larry Keith
  • Toni Jolene
  • Kim Morrison

Production[1][edit]

  • Producer: Bob Montgomery
  • Production Assistant: Cathy Moore
  • Recorded and Mixed: Gene Eichelberger
  • Assisted By: Shawn McLean
  • Recorded At: The Bennett House & Omni Sound
  • Mixed At: The Bennett House
  • Mastered By: Denny Purcell at Georgetown Masters
  • Album Photography: Harry Langdon
  • Album Art Design: Bill Johnson

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (1990) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums 64

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Original album sleeve notes