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Unlike some installments in Collectables' Golden Classics Edition series, Lynn Anderson's Golden Classics Edition is neither a proper hits collection nor an expanded version of one album. Instead, it contains the entirety of her 1970 album Rose Garden and its 1971 successor, You're My Man, augmented by four bonus tracks ("How Can I Unlove You," "Cry," "Top of the World," "What a Man, My Man Is"). This results in a disc that, in many ways, is better at capturing Anderson at her best than a hits collection, since it presents her at her peak as a recording artist. She had hits before and after these two albums, but she was at her best on these two records, and, when they're fleshed out with the mid-'70s bonus tracks, they result in a consistently enjoyable 26-track collection of mainstream, poppy country music from the early '70s, something that proves Anderson was more than a one-hit wonder.


Golden Classics Edition CD

  • Rose Garden

    For The Good Times

    Another Lonely Night

    I Don't Wanna Play House


    Your Sweet Love Lifted Me

    Sunday Morning Coming Down

    I Still Belong To You

    I Wish I Was A Little Boy Again

    It's Only Make Believe

    Nothin' Between Us

    You're My Man

    I Can Spot A Cheater

    I'm Gonna Write A Song

    Cry, Cry Again

    Knock Three Times

    Flying Machine

    Proud Mary

    Help Me Make It Through The Night

    Put Your Hand In The Hand

    Joy To The World

    I Might As Well Be Here Alone

    Bonus Tracks:

    How Can I Unlove You


    Top Of The World

    What A Man, My Man Is

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