What She Does Best
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|What She Does Best|
|Studio album by Lynn Anderson|
|Producer||Jerry Kennedy, Nelson Larkin|
|Lynn Anderson chronology|
What She Does Best is a studio album by country singer Lynn Anderson, released in 1988. It was her only album with Mercury records.
Notable due to featuring her last charting single, What She Does Best did not chart and was commercially unsuccessful. It would be her last album for four years, as Anderson went into a brief retirement and officially retired from releasing singles. The singles from this disc were "Under the Boardwalk" (a cover version of The Drifters' hit), "What He Does Best", and "How Many Hearts". "Under the Boardwalk" reached No. 24; the other singles charted far outside the Top 40. "How Many Hearts" was the last single Anderson released, and it peaked at No. 69 on the country charts in 1989.
The album's cover shows Anderson leaning on a fancy sports car, wearing a classic 1980s outfit.
- "Under the Boardwalk"
- "As Long as the Memory Survives"
- "What He Does Best"
- "Somebody's Shoulder"
- "How Many Hearts"
- "Take Me Like a Vacation"
- "It Goes Without Saying"
- "Turn the Page"
- "Odds and Ends (Bits and Pieces)"