Live in Branson, MO, USA

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Live in Branson, MO, USA
Live album by Connie Smith
Released 1993
Recorded October 13, 1992
(Branson, Missouri)
Genre Country, Gospel
Length 34:05
Label Laserlight
Producer Ralph Jungheim
Connie Smith chronology
Greatest Hits on Monument
(1993)
Live in Branson, MO, USA
(1993)
The Essential Connie Smith
(1996)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Live in Branson, MO, USA is a live album by American country music artist, Connie Smith. The album was released in 1993 on Laserlight Records and was produced by Ralph Jungheim. It was Smith's first official album (other than compilations) since 1978's New Horizons.

Background[edit]

Live in Branson, MO, USA was Connie Smith's first live album. The album was recorded at a theater in Branson, Missouri October 13, 1992. The album consisted of nine tracks, which also included a ten minute medley of her hits.[2] Seven of the album's tracks were Smith's hits, including her #1 single, "Once a Day," and four other recordings from Smith's years at RCA Victor Records. The album also includes two singles from her years at Columbia Records: "You've Got Me (Right Where You Want Me)" and "I've Got My Baby on My Mind." In addition, the album featured two Gospel songs, "How Great Thou Art" and a cover of Martha Carson's "Satisfied."[3]

The album was reviewed by Allmusic critic, Dan Cooper, who gave the release three out of five stars. A full description of the release was not included.[2]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "I've Got My Baby On My Mind"   Sanger D. Shafer 2:31
2. "Where Is My Castle"   Dallas Frazier 2:44
3. "Just One Time"   Don Gibson 2:45
4. "Louisiana Man"   Doug Kershaw 2:50
5. "You've Got Me (Right Where You Want Me)"   George Richey, Connie Smith 3:56
6. "Medley of Hits"   various 9:59
7. "Once a Day"   Bill Anderson 2:48
8. "Satisfied"   Martha Carson 3:16
9. "How Great Thou Art"   Stuart K. Hine 4:25

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ a b Cooper, Dan. "Live in Branson, MO, USA > Review". allmusic. Retrieved 2009-08-17. 
  3. ^ "Live in Branson, MO, USA > Overview". Retrieved 2009-08-17.