Bill Anderson discography

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Bill Anderson discography
Studio albums 43
Compilation albums 4
Singles 81
No.1 Single 7

The following is a discography for country music artist Bill Anderson.

Albums[edit]

Year Album US Country
1962 Country Heart Songs 42
1963 StillA 10
1964 Bill Anderson Sings 7
Showcase
1965 From This Pen 7
Bright Lights and Country Music 6
1966 I Love You Drops 1
1967 Get While the Gettin's Good 8
Greatest Hits Volume 1 6
I Can Do Nothing Alone 23
1968 Country Style
For Loving You (w/ Jan Howard) 6
Wild Weekend 10
Happy State of Mind 24
1969 Story 42
My Life/But You Know I Love You 4
Christmas
1970 If It's All the Same to You (w/ Jan Howard) 25
Love Is a Sometimes Thing 10
Where Have All Our Heroes Gone 27
1971 Always Remember 13
Greatest Hits Volume 2 18
1972 Bill and Jan or Jan and Bill (w/ Jan Howard) 9
Singing His Praise (w/ Jan Howard)
Just Plain Bill
For All the Lonely Women In the World 14
Don't She Look Good 10
1973 Bill 15
1974 Whispering 17
1975 Live From London
Turn the Radio On/Talk to Me Ohio 22
1976 Sometimes (w/ Mary Lou Turner) 6
Peanuts and Diamonds and Other Jewels 12
1977 Scorpio 21
Billy Boy and Mary Lou (w/ Mary Lou Turner) 39
1978 Love and Other Sad StoriesB 37
1979 Ladies' Choice 44
1980 Nashville Mirrors
1983 Southern Fried
1984 Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow
1991 The Best of Bill Anderson 64
Country Music Heaven
1994 Country
1995 I Wonder If God Likes Country Music
1998 Fine Wine
2001 Lot of Things Different
2002 No Place Like Christmas
2007 Whisperin Bluegrass
2010 Songwriter
2011 The First 10 Years 1956-1966
2013 Life
  • AStill also peaked at #36 on the Billboard 200 albums chart.
  • BLove and Other Sad Stories also peaked at #5 on the RPM Country Albums chart.

Singles[edit]

1950s and 1960s[edit]

Year Single Peak chart positions Album
US Country US US AC CAN Country
1958 "That's What It's Like to Be Lonesome" 12 N/A
1959 "Ninety-Nine" 13 Country Heart Songs
"Dead or Alive" 19 N/A
1960 "The Tip of My Fingers" 7 Country Heart Songs
"Walk Out Backwards" 9
1961 "Po' Folks" 9
1962 "Get a Little Dirt on Your Hands" 14 Still
"Mama Sang a Song" 1 89 Country Heart Songs
1963 "Still" 1 8 3 Still
"8×10" 2 53 18 Bill Anderson Sings
1964 "Five Little Fingers" 5 118
"Me" 8 Showcase
"In Case You Ever Change Your Mind" 38
1965 "Certain" 12
1966 "Bright Lights and Country Music" 11 Bright Lights and Country Music
"Golden Guitar" 11
"I Know You're Married (But I Love You Still)"
(with Jan Howard)
29 N/A
"I Get the Fever" 1 I Love You Drops
1967 "Get While the Gettin's Good" 5 Get While the Gettin's Good
"No One's Gonna Hurt You Anymore" 10 Wild Weekend
"Stranger on the Run" 42 N/A
1968 "Wild Week-End" 2 1 Wild Weekend
"Happy State of Mind" 2 1 Happy State of Mind
1969 "My Life (Throw It Away If I Want To)" 1 2 My Life/But You Know I Love You
"But You Know I Love You" 2 6
"—" denotes releases that did not chart

1970s[edit]

Year Single Peak chart positions Album
US Country US CAN Country
1970 "Love Is a Sometimes Thing" 5 10 Love Is a Sometimes Thing
"Where Have All Our Heroes Gone" 6 93 9 Where Have All Our Heroes Gone
1971 "Always Remember" 6 111 5 Always Remember
"Quits" 3 2 Greatest Hits Volume 2
1972 "All the Lonely Women in the World" 5 2 All the Lonely Women in the World
"Don't She Look Good" 2 2 Don't She Look Good
1973 "If You Can Live With It (I Can Live Without It)" 2 2 Bill
"The Corner of My Life" 2 1
1974 "World of Make Believe" 1 1
"Can I Come Home to You" 24 2 Whispering Bill Anderson
"Every Time I Turn the Radio On" 7 5 Every Time I Turn the Radio On/Talk to Me Ohio
1975 "I Still Feel the Same About You" 14 16
"Country D.J." 36 23
"Thanks" 24 19 Peanuts and Diamonds and Other Jewels
1976 "Peanuts and Diamonds" 10 7
1977 "Liars One, Believers Zero" 6 5
"Head to Toe" 7 4 Scorpio
"Still the One" 11 13
1978 "I Can't Wait Any Longer"[A] 4 80 1 Love and Other Sad Stories
"Double S" 30 43 Ladies Choice
1979 "This Is A Love Song" 20 15
"The Dream Never Dies" 40 42 N/A
"More Than a Bedroom Thing" 51 71 Nashville Mirrors
"—" denotes releases that did not chart

1980s and 1990s[edit]

Year Single Peak positions Album
US Country
1980 "Make Mine Night Time" 35 Nashville Mirrors
"Rock 'n' Roll to Rock of Ages" 58 N/A
"I Want That Feelin' Again" 83
1981 "Mister Peepers" 44
"Homebody" 74
"Whiskey Made Me Stumble (The Devil Made Me Fall)" 76
1982 "Southern Fried" 42 Southern Fried
1983 "Laid Off" 82 N/A
"Thank You Darling" 70 Southern Fried
"Son of the South" 71 N/A
1984 "Your Eyes" 76
1985 "Wino the Clown" 58 Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow
"Pity Party" 62
"When You Leave That Way You Can Never Go Back" 75
1986 "Sheet Music" 80 N/A
1987 "No Ordinary Memory" 78
1991 "The Deck of Cards" 60 The Best of Bill Anderson
1992 "Country Music Heaven"[1] Country Music Heaven
"—" denotes releases that did not chart

Other singles[edit]

Singles from collaboration albums[edit]

Year Single Artist Peak chart
positions
Album
US Country CAN Country
1967 "For Loving You" Jan Howard 1 9 For Loving You
1969 "If It's All the Same to You" 2 8 If It's All the Same to You
1970 "Someday We'll Be Together" 4 3 Bill and Jan or Jan and Bill
1971 "Dis-Satisfied" 4 11
1976 "Sometimes" Mary Lou Turner 1 3 Sometimes
"That's What Made Me Love You" 7 2
1977 "Where Are You Going, Billy Boy" 18 22 Billy Boy and Mary Lou
1978 "I'm Way Ahead of You" 25 30

Guest singles[edit]

Year Single Artist Peak positions Album
US Country
1980 "Get a Little Dirt on Your Hands" David Allan Coe 46 I've Got Something to Say

B-Sides[edit]

Year B-Side Peak positions Original A-Side
US Country
1964 "Easy Come, Easy Go" 14 "Five Little Fingers"
"Three A.M." 8 "In Case You Ever Change Your Mind"
1966 "I Love You Drops" 4 "Golden Guitar"
"Time Out" (with Jan Howard) 44 "I Know You're Married (But I Love You Still)"
1967 "Papa" 64 "No One's Gonna Hurt You Anymore"
1983 "20th Century Fox" flip "Son of the South"

Music videos[edit]

Year Video Director
2010 "Thanks to You"[2] Billy Brown/Lee Willard
2014 "Old Army Hat"[3]

Notes[edit]

  • A^ "I Can't Wait Any Longer" also peaked at No. 99 on the RPM Top Singles chart in 1978.

References[edit]