Liz Anderson discography

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Liz Anderson discography
Releases
Studio albums 11
Singles 22
Holiday albums 2
Collaboration singles 2

This article presents the discography of country music singer-songwriter, Liz Anderson.

Albums[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Year Title[1] US Country[2] Label
1966 (My Friends Are Gonna Be) Strangers RCA Victor
1967 The Game of Triangles
(w/ Bobby Bare & Norma Jean)
18
Liz Anderson Sings 20
Cookin' up Hits 18
1968 Liz Anderson Sings Her Favorites 16
Like a Merry-Go Round 22
1969 Country Style
If the Creek Don't Rise
1970 Husband Hunting 36
1983 My Last Rose Tudor
1999 The Cowgirl Way Showboat

Children's holiday albums[edit]

All albums were released under Showboat Records.

Year Title[1]
1989 Christmas Songs for Kids of All Ages
2004 The Fairy God Mother Sings
Sings Children's Songs for National Holidays

Singles[edit]

Year Title[3] Chart positions
[4]
Album
US Country CAN Country
1966 "Go Now, Pay Later" 23 All My Friends
Are Gonna Be Strangers
"So Much for Me, So Much for You" 45 Liz Anderson Sings
"Wife of the Party" 22 Game of Triangles
1967 "Mama Spank" 5 Liz Anderson Sings
"Tiny Tears" 24 Cookin' up Hits
"Thanks a Lot for Tryin' Anyway" 40 Liz Anderson Sings Her Favorites
1968 "Mother May I" (w/ Lynn Anderson) 21 16 single only
"Like a Merry-Go Round" 43 Like a Merry-Go Round
"Me Me Me Me Me" 65
"Cry, Cry Again" 58
"Love is Ending" 51
1969 "If the Creek Don't Rise" If the Creek Don't Rise
"Excedrin Headache #99"
1970 "Husband Hunting" 26 Husband Hunting
"All Day Sucker" 64 singles only
"When I'm Not Looking" 75
1971 "It Don't Do No Good to Be a Good Girl" 69
1972 "I'll Never Fall in Love Again" 56
"Astrology" 67
1973 "Time to Love Again" 72
"Christopher the Christmas Seal"
1978 "After You"

Singles from collaboration albums[edit]

Year Title[3] Artist US Country[4] Album
1966 "The Game of Triangles" Bobby Bare,
Norma Jean
5 The Game of Triangles

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Liz Anderson discography - main albums". allmusic. Retrieved 2008-11-07. 
  2. ^ "Billboard chart positions - albums". allmusic. Retrieved 2008-11-07. 
  3. ^ a b "Liz Anderson discography - singles". rocky-52.net. Retrieved 2008-11-07. 
  4. ^ a b "Billboard chart positions - singles". allmusic. Retrieved 2008-11-07.