Here's Lynn Anderson
SQBQ-94001(Capitol Record Club Edition)(1972)

Side 1:

I've Been Everywhere (Mack)
Too Much Of You (Gene Hood)
Games People Play (Joe South)
A Million Shades Of Blue (Gene Hood)
Ring Of Fire (Kilgore-Carter)

Side 2:

Try A Little Kindness (Bobby Austin-Curt Sapaugh)
Come On Home (Rhodes-Richey)
There Oughta Be A Law (Jo Gibson)
Sing Me A Sad Song (Stewart)
Only Baby That'll Walk The Line (Jimmy Bryant)

Side 3:

Down In The Boondocks (Joe South )
The Ways To Love A Man (Sutton-Sherrill-Wynette)
Mr. Walker It's All Over (Gene Crysler)
Partly Bill (Bulla-Allen)
That's A No No (Ben Peters)

Side 4:

Okie From Muskogee (Merle Haggard)
It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels (J.D. Miller)
Harper Valley PTA (Tom T. Hall)
Stand By Your Man (Tammy Wynette-Billy Sherrill)
Where's The Playground Bobby? (Jim Webb)

Produced by:
Slim Williamson

    She sings country songs with a definite up-country beat. Among her fans she numbers as many city-music fans as country ones. Hardly a juke box exists anywhere that doesn't feature at least one of her songs... and her recent recording of "Rose Garden" made it all the way to the top of the charts, Lynn Anderson has come a long way since the release of her first recording five years ago.
    Listen now to a great new sound - Lynn Anderson singing out and bringing fresh life and vitality to country music. It takes a special kind of talent . . . and Lynn's got it!