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New Horizons is the thirty first studio album by American country music artist, Connie Smith. The album was released in March 1978 on Monument Records and was produced by Ray Baker. It was Smith's final studio album released under Monument and contained four singles released between 1977 and 1978, including "I Just Want to Be Your Everything. New Horizons consisted of ten tracks new material recorded by Connie Smith.
Redirected from Connie Smith (album)). Connie Smith is the debut self-titled studio album by American country music artist, Connie Smith. The album was released in March 1965 on RCA Victor Records and was produced by Bob Ferguson. The album featured Smith's 1964 hit, "Once a Day," which reached on the Hot Country Songs chart. The album itself was also a major success, reaching on the Billboard Magazine Top Country Albums chart.
Connie Smith consisted of twelve tracks and included two of Smith's first two major hits: "Once a Day" and "Then and Only Then. It also included the latter's B-side, "Tiny Blue Transistor Radio," which reached a peak of on Hot Country Songs chart. The album was recorded at the RCA Victor Recording Studio in Nashville, Tennessee in 1964, and featured the background vocalists, The Anita Kerr Singers.
In February 1967, Smith released an album on RCA Camden entitled Connie in the Country, which mainly featured cover versions of country hits recorded at the time, including songs by Loretta Lynn and Buck Owens. In May 1967 Smith released an album of songs written entirely by Bill Anderson entitled Connie Smith Sings Bill Anderson it was an honor, not a favor" to record an album of all Bill Anderson songs . In November of 2008, Smith joined the cast of Marty Stuart's television series The Marty Stuart Show, which airs on the RFD-TV network every Saturday night.
Connie Smith (born Constance June Meador; August 14, 1941) is an American country music artist. Discovered in 1963, Smith signed with RCA Victor Records the following year and remained with the label until 1973. Her debut single "Once a Day" reached number one on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart in November 1964 and remained at the top position for eight weeks. The song became Smith's biggest hit and was nominated at the Grammy Awards for Best Female Country Vocal Performance. Their musical friendship would turn romantic, leading to their marriage in 1997. The pairing led to Smith's first studio album in twenty years, Connie Smith. Critically acclaimed, Smith began performing again and has since recorded two more studio albums.
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|A1||–Pat Boone||Into My Heart
Written-By – Harry Clarke
|A2||–Pat Boone||He's The Saviour Of My Soul|
|B||–Connie Smith Haynes*||Jesus
Written-By – Bill Gaither*
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