Long Line of Heartaches

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Long Line of Heartaches
Studio album by Connie Smith
Released August 23, 2011 (2011-08-23)
Recorded Nashville, Tennessee
Genre Country
Length 37:08
Label Sugar Hill
Producer Marty Stuart
Connie Smith chronology
Love Never Fails
(2003)
Long Line of Heartaches
(2011)
Just for What I Am
(2012)

Long Line of Heartaches is the thirty fourth studio album by American country artist Connie Smith. It was released August 23, 2011 through Sugar Hill Records. The record is produced by Smith's husband Marty Stuart. It is her first album of new solo material since 1998, and her second only since 1978.[1]

Background[edit]

Long Line of Heartaches was recorded at RCA Victor Records's Studio B, where Smith cut many of her major hit singles for RCA in the 1960s and 70s. The release includes five new songs Smith co-wrote with husband and producer Marty Stuart, with the remainder of the songs written by other acknowledged country songwriters, including Harlan Howard, Kostas, and Johnny Russell.[2]

The album's official track listing was released in July through Sugar Hill Records.[3]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Long Line of Heartaches"   Connie Smith, Marty Stuart 2:35
2. "I'm Not Blue"   Kostas, Smith, Stuart 3:40
3. "Pain of a Broken Heart"   Smith, Stuart 2:38
4. "Ain't You Even Gonna Cry"   Johnny Russell 3:01
5. "I Don't Believe That's How You Feel"   Harlan Howard, Kostas 2:35
6. "A Heart Like You"   Glenn Ashworth, Dallas Frazier 3:10
7. "Anymore"   Vic McAlpin, Roy Drusky, Marie Wilson 2:46
8. "That Makes Two of Us"   Emory Gordy, Jr., Kostas, Patty Loveless 4:07
9. "You and Me"   Smith, Stuart 2:24
10. "My Part of Forever"   Jerry Foster, Bill Rice 3:04
11. "Blue Heartaches"   Smith, Stuart 3:36
12. "Take My Hand"   Diane Berry 3:32

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Connie Smith Prepares Traditional Country Album". Country Music Television. Retrieved 23 July 2011. 
  2. ^ Betts, Stephen L. "Connie Smith to Unveil a 'Long Line of Heartaches'". The Boot. Retrieved 23 July 2011. 
  3. ^ "Long Line of Heartaches - Connie Smith". Sugar Hill Records. Retrieved 23 July 2011.