I've Never Loved Anyone More

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I've Never Loved Anyone More
Studio album by Lynn Anderson
Released 1975 (1975)
Recorded 1975
Genre Country pop
Label Columbia
Producer Glenn Sutton
Lynn Anderson chronology
What a Man My Man Is
(1974)
I've Never Loved Anyone More
(1975)
All the King's Horses
(1976)
Singles from I've Never Loved Anyone More
  1. "I've Never Loved Anyone More"
    Released:
  2. "He Turns It Into Love Again"
    Released:
Professional ratings
Review scores
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Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

I've Never Loved Anyone More is a studio album by Country singer Lynn Anderson released in 1975. The album spawned two singles, the title song (written by Linda Hargrove and Michael Nesmith) and "He Turns It Into Love Again". The title track reached No. 14 while, "He Turns It Into Love Again" reached No. 13, becoming the first time Anderson had consecutive non-top ten singles since signing with Columbia Records in 1970. She would not return to the top ten again until 1979's "Isn't it Always Love". The album was the only Columbia studio album of Anderson's not to be released on the cassette tape format.

The album was produced by Anderson's husband and producer at the time, Glenn Sutton and consists of 11 tracks. Two cover versions featured here were hits from 1975, "Faithless Love" (a J. D. Souther composition best known as performed by Linda Ronstadt) and "I'm Not Lisa" (by Jessi Colter). "I've Never Loved Anyone More" was released by Linda Hargrove in 1974, a single from her album Blue Jean Country Queen.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "I Never Loved Anyone More"
  2. "I'm Growing Up All Over Again"
  3. "Faithless Love"
  4. "Best Kept Secret in Santa Fe"
  5. "He Worshipped Me"
  6. "He Turns It Into Love Again"
  7. "I'm Not Lisa"
  8. "Love Has No Pride"
  9. "We Got It All Together Now"
  10. "Life's No Bed of Roses"
  11. "Good Ole Country Song"

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