Feminine Fancy

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Feminine Fancy
Dottie West-Fancy.jpg
Studio album by Dottie West
Released December 1968
Recorded September 1968; RCA Victor Studios, Nashville, Tennessee
Genre Country, Nashville sound
Label RCA Victor
Producer Chet Atkins
Dottie West chronology
Country Girl
(1968)
Feminine Fancy
(1968)
Dottie and Don
(1969)

Feminine Fancy is the name of a country and Western album by Dottie West which she recorded in the latter half of 1968 at RCA Victor Studio in Nashville, Tennessee with Chet Atkins producing. Essentially Feminine Fancy was a tribute album to female vocalists, most of its tracks being covers of signature songs of Pop singers - Patti Page, Vikki Carr, Sarah Vaughan, Brenda Lee, Buffy Sainte-Marie - and C&W singers - Skeeter Davis, Tammy Wynette, Jeannie C. Riley. None of the tracks were released as a single by RCA, perhaps the reason the album peaked at only #39 on the "Top Country Albums" chart in 1968.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "It Must Be Him" (Gilbert Bécaud, Maurice Vidalin)
  2. "Take My Hand for Awhile" (Buffy Sainte-Marie)
  3. "The End of the World" (Sylvia Dee, Arthur Kent)
  4. "I'm Sorry" (Dub Allbritten, Ronnie Self)
  5. "Old Cape Cod" (Claire Rothrock, Milton Yakus, Alan Jeffrey)
  6. "Until It's Time for You to Go" (Buffy Sainte-Marie)
  7. "Broken Hearted Melody" (Hal David, Sherman Edwards)
  8. "D-I-V-O-R-C-E" (Bobby Braddock, Curly Putman)
  9. "Harper Valley PTA" (Tom T. Hall)
  10. "Love is Just a Pain in the Heart" (Red Lane, Dottie West)
  11. "Tennessee Waltz" (Pee Wee King, Redd Stewart)
  12. "Come on Home" (Jack Rhodes, George Richey)

Charts[edit]

AlbumBillboard (North America)

Year Chart Position
1968 Top Country Albums #39
1968 The Billboard 200 #N/A