Swingin' and Singing My Song
CHS-1015 - (1969)

Side 1:

Singing My Song (B. Sherrill-T. Wynette-G. Sutton)
I'm Not Half As Strong (J. Gibson & R. Stephens)
Beggars Can't Be Choosers (Liz Anderson)
I Did My Duty (Tommy Dee)
Woman's Intuition (Jay Frank)

Wave Bye Bye To The Man (Lindsey-Gibson)

Side 2:
Take Me Home (Joe Gibson)
There Never Was A Time (M. Lewis-M. Smith)
What Kind Of Woman (Ben Peters)

Faded Blue (Gene Woods)
Woman Of The World (Sharon Higgins)
The Decline And Fall Of Me (Joe Gibson)

Produced by:
Slim Williamson & Joe Gibson

Album Design by:

Dan Quest Art Studio

    Meet LAWANDA LINDSEY, a talented and pretty young lady-just sixteen years-with four Hit Records to her credit already, plus a Hit Duet with Kenny Vernon. Aside from "SWINGIN AND SINGIN" her songs LaWanda is a full time high school student.
    If you do a Tammy Wynette or Loretta Lynn song, you'd better do it well-or the 'critics' (a nice name for Disc Jockeys) will rip you apart. Alright Critics, isolate yourselves and listen to LaWanda as she sings for you her versions of "SINGING MY SONG", "WOMAN OF THE WORLD", "TAKE ME HOME" and many more. This Georgia Peach (Savannah, to be exact) comes on strong with this peachy collection of songs.
    For a real listening treat, follow these simple instructions - carefully remove album from shuck, place gently on turn table, sit back and listen to LAWANDA LINDSEY "SWINGIN' AND SINGIN' her songs.

Rudy Hickman Program Director Radio Station WWOK Charlotte, N. C.