A song written by Leroy Van Dycke & Buddy Black, was recorded by Leroy in September 1956 for the Dot label, reaching number 9 on the country charts and 19 on the pop charts,the song was again recorded in single for the label Mercury in 1961, and was included in several albums, Movin ‘Van Dyke (Mercury 1961), At The Trade Winds
How Can I Unlove You, song written by Joe South, was recorded by Lynn Anderson for the Columbia label, the song was recorded on April 8, 1971, at Columbia Recording Studio, 804 16th Ave. South, Nashville, TN, along with three other songs (JOY TO THE WORLD, I WILL NOT MENTION IT AGAIN and I’M FREE), in the recording session Lynn was accompanied by: Billy Sanford (guitar), Tommy Allsup (guitar), Glenn David Keener (guitar) , Robert Thompson (guitar and banjo), Hal Rugg (steel), Roy M. “Junior” Hus
"Rocky Top" is an American country and bluegrass song written by Felice and Boudleaux Bryant in 1967 and first recorded by the Osborne Brothers later that same year. The song, which is a city dweller's lamentation over the loss of a simpler and freer existence in the hills of Tennessee, is one of Tennessee's ten official state songs and has been recorded by dozens of artists from multiple musical genres worldwide since its publication. In U.S. college athletics, "Rocky Top" is associated with
«Stand by Your Man» is an American song written by Tammy Wynette and Billy Sherrill. It was originally recorded by Wynette and released on the epic 10398 single in September 1968. The producer was Sherrill. It turned out to be the most successful album in Wynette's career and one of the songs in the country music that has been made most cover versions of.
Lynn Anderson cover "Stand by Your Man" in 1969 for his album From Lynn, With Love.
"You're My Man" is a popular No. 1 country hit by country artist Lynn Anderson from 1971.
This song was immediately released after Anderson's song "(I Never Promised You a) Rose Garden" became a major country and pop hit in February 1971. The song was very successful, reaching the top of the country charts in June 1971, and was Anderson's second No. 1 country hit.The song reached No. 1 on the Billboard and Cashbox Country Charts.
"You're My Man" was a major Adult Contemporary hit, placing at No.