What a Man My Man Is (album)
|I've Never Loved Anyone More|
|Studio album by Lynn Anderson|
|Lynn Anderson chronology|
What a Man My Man Is is the name of a Country music studio album, by Country singer, Lynn Anderson released in late 1974.
The album What a Man My Man Is was named after Anderson's big hit, "What a Man My Man Is", which hit No. 1 on the Country charts in the last week of 1974, and also reached No. 93 on the Pop charts. The song would be her last No. 1 hit of her career and her last entry on the Pop music's charts Hot 100. This was the last of Lynn Anderson's big-selling albums, and following this albums, her popularity would begin to slowly fade. This album reached No. 18 on the "Top Country Albums" chart, and failed to make an appearance on the Billboard 200 album chart, unlike her big-selling previous albums.
"What a Man My Man Is" was the only single from this album. The cover shows Anderson in a cowgirl hat and in the background shows another photo of Anderson holding her cowgirl hat and walking on a hill. This album consisted of 11 tracks, some of which were new songs and some of which were cover versions. Covers include Olivia Newton-John's "I Honestly Love You", Sami Jo's "Tell Me a Lie", and Kris Kristofferson's "Please Tell Me How the Story Ends". Anderson's mother, Liz Anderson, wrote one song for this album, "I Feel Like a New Man Today". Anderson's husband at the time, Glenn Sutton produced and also wrote a couple of songs for the album, including the No. 1 hit.
- "What a Man My Man Is" (Glenn Sutton)
- "I Honestly Love You" (Peter Allen, Jeff Barry)
- "Everything's Falling In Place (For Me and You)" (Murry Kellum, Larry Cheshire)
- "Tell Me a Lie" (Barbara Wyrick, Charles Buckins)
- "Someone to Finish What You Started" (Glenn Sutton, Arthur Leo Owens)
- "Everybody's Somebody's Fool" (Howard Greenfield, Jack Keller)
- "I Won't Go Back to Denver" (Glenn Sutton, Arthur Leo Owens)
- "Please Don't Tell Me How the Story Ends" (Kris Kristofferson)
- "Walk Me to the Door" (Conway Twitty)
- "Where Is All That Love You Talked About" (Glenn Sutton, Gene Vowel, Arthur Leo Owens)
- "I Feel Like a New Man Today" (Liz Anderson)