My Woman, My Woman, My Wife (album)

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My Woman, My Woman, My Wife
Studio album by Marty Robbins
Released 1970
Recorded 1970
Genre Traditional pop music, Country music
Length 28:41
Label Reprise - R/RS 6403
Producer Jimmy Bowen
Marty Robbins chronology
I Take a Lot of Pride In What I Am
My Woman, My Woman, My Wife
For the Good Times

My Woman, My Woman, My Wife is a 1970 studio album by Marty Robbins arranged by John Bahler, Glen D. Hardin and Billy Strange.[1]

The album peaked at 97 on the Billboard 200.[2] It was reissued on CD by Capitol Records in 2006 and Hip-O Records in 2009.[3] Martin was recording infrequently at this stage of his career, recording for only two days every Spring to produce a new album and, recording an occasional singles session.[1]

My Woman, My Woman, My Wife was advertised by Reprise Records as Martin's open letter to the Women's liberation movement. The advert ended with the statement "Take that, ladies".[4]


Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars[1]

The initial Billboard review from 22 August 1970 commented that "Martin has everything going for him".[4] William Ruhlmann on gave the album two and a half stars out of five. Ruhlmann criticised Martin's lack of emotional commitment to the lyrics of the title song, and of Bowen and Martin's collaboration adds that "Martin obliged, and Bowen provided his usual Nashville sound-style production. But this was nothing the two hadn't done many times before, and record buyers were losing interest"[1]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "My Woman, My Woman, My Wife" (Marty Robbins) - 3:30
  2. "Once a Day" (Bill Anderson) - 2:44
  3. "Here We Go Again" (Don Lanier, Red Steagall) - 3:07
  4. "Make the World Go Away" (Hank Cochran) - 2:47
  5. "The Tip of My Fingers" (Anderson) - 2:28
  6. "Detroit City" (Danny Dill, Mel Tillis) - 3:43
  7. "Together Again" (Buck Owens) - 2:32
  8. "Heart Over Mind" (Tillis) - 2:44
  9. "Turn the World Around" (Ben Peters) - 2:24
  10. "It Keeps Right On A-Hurtin''" (Johnny Tillotson) - 2:42



  1. ^ a b c d My Woman, My Woman, My Wife at AllMusic
  2. ^ My Woman, My Woman, My Wife - Awards at AllMusic
  3. ^ My Woman, My Woman, My Wife - Releases at AllMusic
  4. ^ a b Nielsen Business Media, Inc. (25 July 1970). Billboard. Nielsen Business Media, Inc. pp. 9–. ISSN 00062510. Retrieved 14 July 2013.