With All My Heart and Soul
|With All My Heart and Soul|
|Studio album by Dottie West|
|Genre||Country, Nashville Sound|
|Dottie West chronology|
With All My Heart and Soul is an album by Country music singer, Dottie West, released in 1967.
This was one of Dottie West's best-selling albums. The album was produced by RCA Country music producer Chet Atkins, along with a string of other albums West recorded for the record company in the 60s. The album spawned the No. 8 Country smash "Paper Mansions", one of the few Top 10 hits West had in the 60s. The album spawned no other singles however, but it did include some cover versions of Country hits. This included Jeannie Seely's 1966 hit "Don't Touch Me", David Houston's 1967 hit "Almost Persuaded", and Eddy Arnold's "The Tip of My Fingers". The album was one of two albums released in 1967, and reached No. 8 on the "Top Country Albums" chart that year.
- "Paper Mansions"
- "Don't Touch Me"
- "No One to Cry To"
- "Way to Survive"
- "Don't Keep Me Lonely too Long"
- "Lovin' on Borrowed Time"
- "Almost Persuaded"
- "The Tip of My Fingers"
- "With All My Heart and Soul"
- "It's Teardrop Time"
- "Someone's Gotta Cry"
- "How Many Lifetimes Will It Take"
Album – Billboard (North America)
|1967||Top Country Albums||#8|
|1967||The Billboard 200||#N/A|
Singles – Billboard (North America)
|1967||"Paper Mansions"||Hot Country Singles & Tracks||#8|