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|Studio album by Lynn Anderson|
|Lynn Anderson chronology|
Back is the name of a studio album by country music singer Lynn Anderson, released in 1983.
This album was Anderson's first in three years. She had since been in brief retirement to start a family with her second (and now ex-husband), Harold "Spook Stream", and raise her other children. Thus, Anderson left her old record company (Columbia) in 1980. In 1983, Anderson decided to record again and release a comeback album, as the title "Back" implied. The album brought Anderson back into the country market, along with a few more hits under her belt.
Three singles were released from this album, all in 1983. The first, "You Can't Lose What You Never Had", just missed the Country Top 40 at No. 42. The next single, "What I've Learned From Loving You", peaked at No. 18 on the Billboard country charts. The third and final single, "You're Welcome to Tonight", was a duet with 1980s country star Gary Morris and the album's most successful single. The single reached the Top 10 on the Billboard country charts in early 1984, peaking at No. 9. The album reached No. 61 on the "Top Country Albums" chart in 1983.
- "You Can't Lose What You Never Had"
- "Love Comes Around Again"
- "What I've Learned From Loving You"
- "Your Kisses Lied"
- "At This Moment"
- "Fool for Love"
- "Heartbreak Kid"
- "This Time the Heartbreak Wins"
- "Mr. Sundown"
- "You're Welcome to Tonight" (with Gary Morris)
|U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums||61|
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