Just for What I Am
"There’s only three real female singers: Barbara Streisand, Linda Ronstadt and Connie Smith." That’s high praise—especially coming from Dolly Parton, who added, "The rest of us are only pretending." Connie, indeed, brought emotion and power to country-music vocals in a way that few others could touch. This 151-track set collects every recording from the period Connie considers her strongest: early ’68 to late ’72. You get all her hits of the era, several complete LPs, her duet albums with Nat Stuckey and Dallas Frazier, her sacred-song collection "Come Along and Walk with Me," many unissued performances and dozens of tracks that have never been reissued. A beautiful 76-page hardcover book joins her hits "Young Love," "Ribbon of Darkness," "You and Your Sweet Love," "If God Is Dead (Who’s That Living in My Soul)," "I Never Once Stopped Loving You," "Louisiana Man," "Where Is My Castle," "Just One Time," "I’m Sorry if My Love Got in Your Way," her versions of "Daddy Sang Bass," "Amazing Grace," "How Great Thou Art," "Alone Together," "Hello Darlin’," "Gentle on My Mind" and more! Bear Family.
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