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16 Biggest Hits Tracklist. 1. Ride Ride Ride Lyrics. 4. No Another Time Lyrics. 7. That's a No No Lyrics.

Greatest Hits is a compilation album featuring country artist Lynn Anderson's biggest hits. The album includes hits mostly from her 1970s heyday, such as "Top of the World," "Cry," "Keep Me In Mind," "What a Man My Man Is," "How Can I Unlove You," and "Rose Garden. It also includes some of her early Chart Records label hits from the late 1960s, such as "If I Kiss You (Will You Go Away)" and "Big Girls Don't Cry"

This album has an average beat per minute of 116 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 44/160 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist 16 Biggest Hits. BPM Profile 16 Biggest Hits. Album starts at 110BPM, ends at 98BPM (-12), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Lynn Anderson. The Bluegrass Sessions.

16 Biggest Hits Lynn Anderson. What a Man My Man Is (Single Version). 16. Top of the World (Single Version). Yayımlanma: 11 Nis 2006. Originally released 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971. All rights reserved by SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT (P) 1972, 1973 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT. Diğer Lynn Anderson Eserleri. Tümünü Gör. Lynn Anderson - Country Songs. Country Masters: Lynn Anderson. All-Time Greatest Hits: Lynn Anderson (Re-Recorded Versions). The Best of Lynn Anderson: Memories and Desires. Superstar Files (45 Original Recordings).

Anderson, Lynn - 16 Biggest Hits CD 1. 01. Ride, Ride, Ride. In 1968, South buried Rose Garden on yet another album, this time his own. South, who died in September 2012, never talked in any depth about his songs, but it’s likely that a couple of his best known songs were spurred by book titles. His biggest hit, Games People Play, was the title of a pop psychology book by Eric Berne, and I Never Promised You A Rose Garden was Hannah Greene's 1964 novel about a young woman's descent into mental illness.

Artist: Lynn Anderson. Lynn broke through with her '60s Chart hits before scoring smashes on Columbia-so any proper collection should have both eras, and yet this is the first that does! Title: 16 Biggest Hits. Read full description. See details and exclusions. Brand new: lowest price.

16 Biggest Hits may refer to: 16 Biggest Hits (Alabama album), 2007. 16 Biggest Hits (Lynn Anderson album), 2006. 16 Biggest Hits (Clint Black album), 2006. 16 Biggest Hits (Johnny Cash album), 1999. 16 Biggest Hits (Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash album), 2006. 16 Biggest Hits (Charlie Daniels album), 2006. 16 Biggest Hits (John Denver album), 2006. 16 Biggest Hits (Diamond Rio album), 2008. 16 Biggest Hits (Merle Haggard album), 1998. 16 Biggest Hits (Alan Jackson album), 2007.

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16 Biggest Hits is a compilation album by country singer Johnny Cash released in 1999. The album is made of the biggest hits of Cash's career like "Ring of Fire", "Understand Your Man", and "A Boy Named Sue". The album also contains several songs which weren't hits such as "I Still Miss Someone", and "The Legend of John Henry's Hammer". 16 Biggest Hits (Waylon Jennings album), 2005. 16 Biggest Hits (George Jones album), 1998.

The discography of Lynn Anderson, an American country artist, consists of 34 studio albums, 16 compilation albums, two live albums, one tribute album, and 74 singles. She signed a recording contract with Chart Records in 1966, after her mother Liz Anderson gained success as a country songwriter and singer. After a brief retirement, Anderson returned to music in 1983 signing with Permian Records and releasing the album Back, which peaked at on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. The album spawned her final Top 10 single "You're Welcome to Tonight" (1984), a duet with Gary Morris. During the rest of the 1980s, Anderson recorded for MCA Records. and Mercury Records, the latter releasing her 1988 album, What She Does Best.