All the King's Horses (Lynn Anderson album)

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All the King's Horses
Lynn Anderson-All the King's Horses.jpg
Studio album by Lynn Anderson
Released 1976 (1976)
Recorded 1976
Genre Country pop
Label Columbia
Producer Glenn Sutton
Lynn Anderson chronology
I've Never Loved Anyone More
(1975)
All the King's Horses
(1976)
Lynn Anderson's Greatest Hits, Vol. 2
(1976)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

All the King's Horses is a studio album by country entertainer Lynn Anderson, released in 1976.

Only one single (the title track) reached the top 20 on the country singles chart; the second single, a cover of John Prine's "Paradise" reached the Top 40, and a third and final single, "Rodeo Cowboy" did not chart within Top 40. Peaking at 28, the album was the first Lynn Anderson studio album to chart outside the Top 20 on country albums chart since 1970.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "All the King's Horses" (Johnny Cunningham)
  2. "Lyin' Eyes" (Don Henley, Glenn Frey)
  3. "Long Long Time"
  4. "If All I Have to Do Is Just Love You"
  5. "Rodeo Cowboy"
  6. "Dixieland, You Will Never Die"
  7. "That's All He Wrote"
  8. "Paradise" (John Prine)
  9. "Tomorrow"
  10. "I Want to Be a Part of You"

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