Liz Anderson Sings Her Favorites

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Liz Anderson Sings Her Favorites
Studio album by Liz Anderson
Released 1968
Recorded 1968
Genre Country, Nashville Sound
Label RCA Victor
Liz Anderson chronology
Cookin' up Hits
(1968)
Liz Anderson Sings Her Favorites
(1968)
Like a Merry-Go Round
(1969)

Liz Anderson Sings Her Favorites is the fourth studio album by Liz Anderson. Released in 1968, the disc became Anderson's most successful album on the Billboard Hot Country LPS chart, peaking at #16 despite the fact that the album's only single release "Thanks A Lot for Tryin' Anyway" only reached #40 in the country top 40. The album was a cover album of recent country songs, hits and obscure songs, that were personal favorites of Anderson's. It's success is particularly ironic given Anderson is best known for being a songwriter yet this was her only album release without a single song she had written.

Track Listing[edit]

  1. Ode to Billie Joe (Bobbie Gentry)
  2. I'd Be More of a Woman
  3. Apartment Number 9
  4. Dumb Blonde
  5. Lay Some Happiness on Me
  6. What Locks the Door
  7. Thanks a Lot for Trying Anyway (Jim Glaser)
  8. I Washed My Face in the Morning Dew (Tom T. Hall)
  9. Your Tender Loving Care
  10. Get While the Gettin's Good (Bill Anderson (singer))
  11. Somewhere Between
  12. Something Called Happiness

Chart positions[edit]

Year Chart Position
1968 Billboard Country Albums 16