Love is Fair is a studio album by American country music singer, Barbara Mandrell, released in August 1980.
Love is Fair was Mandrell's first studio album of the decade. The album was successful for Mandrell, spawning four singles. The first single, "Crackers", peaked at #3 on the Country charts in 1980, and also charted on the Bubbling Under/Hot 100, her last single to chart there. The second single, "The Best of Strangers" was another Top 10 Country hit. The third single, "Love is Fair" peaked at #13 on the Country charts. The flip-side of that song, "Sometime, Somewhere, Somehow" charted on the Adult Contemporary charts in the Top 30. The album consisted of 10 tracks, including a cover of the Brenda Lee pop hit "Coming on Strong" and Michael Jackson's hit, "(S)He's Out of My Life".
Love Is Fair peaked at #6 on the Top Country Albums chart and also peaked at #175 on the Billboard 200, her fourth album to peak on the Billboard 200.