Connie Smith - Latest Shade Of Blue: The Columbia Recordings 1973 | RECORD STORE DAY

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Latest Shade Of Blue: The Columbia Recordings 1973
Artist: Connie Smith
Format: CD


Rel. Date: 12/17/2021
UPC: 5397102176098

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1. Pass Me By (If You're Only Passing Through)
2. Never Love Again
3. Ain't Love a Good Thing
4. When You Hurt Me More Than I Love You
5. Love Held on to Me
6. A Picture of Me (Without You)
7. Let's All Go Down to the River
8. Too Soon to Know
9. You've Got Me (Right Where You Want Me)
10. In the House Where Love Shines
11. Soul Song
12. Jesus
13. Remind Me Dear Lord
14. Why Me
15. The Wonders You Perform
16. The Golden Street of Glory
17. When I Sing for Him
18. God Is Abundant
19. Help Me
20. The Well of His Mercy
21. The Baptism of Jesse Taylor
22. You Can Move That Mountain
23. At the Foot of the Cross
24. He Did It All for Me
25. I Still Feel the Same About You
26. Be All Right in Arkansas
27. Did We Have to Come This Far (To Say Goodbye)
28. Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Ole Oak Tree
29. We're Gonna Hold on
30. My Uncle Abel
31. Teddy Bear Song
32. Thanks a Lot for Trying Anyway
33. That's the Way Love Goes
34. Dallas
35. Never Having You
36. Letting Go
37. Sunshine Blue
38. The Key's in the Mailbox
39. I'll Still Be Missing You
40. Them Ole Rainy Lovesick Songs (Are Hittin' Home)
41. I Never Knew (What That Song Meant Before)
42. Is This All You Hear (When a Heart Breaks)
43. I Just Had You on My Mind
44. I Wish We'd All Been Ready
45. Because of Yesterday
46. I've Got My Baby on My Mind
47. Searching (For Someone Like You)
48. Back in the Country
49. I Got a Lot of Hurtin' Done Today
50. Loving You (Has Changed My Whole Life)
51. A House of Gold
52. I'm Gonna Sing
53. How Can You Refuse Him Now
54. I Saw the Light
55. Are You Walking and A-Talking for the Lord
56. When the Book of Life Is Read
57. Jesus Is Calling
58. Jesus Died for Me
59. Calling You
60. A Home in Heaven
61. Jesus Remembered Me
62. Why Don't You Love Me
63. Ain't It Good to Be in Love Again
64. You'll See Jesus
65. Praying Hands
66. One Little Reason
67. Because I Love You That's Why
68. Viva la Love
69. Nothing in This World
70. The Song We Fell in Love to
71. ('Till) I Kissed You
72. Jesus Hears, He Cares, He Can
73. Once a Day
74. Ridin' on a Rainbow
75. When I Need Jesus, He's There
76. I Don't Wanna Talk It Over Anymore
77. Storms Never Last
78. You Crossed My Mind a Thousand Times Today
79. Love Don't Care (Where It Grows)
80. Constantly
81. I Wonder If the Angels Could Use Another Singer
82. I'm in the Middle of a Losin' Streak
83. Come on Down
84. The Latest Shade of Blue
85. So Sad (To Watch a Good Love Go Bad)
86. I'm All Wrapped Up in You
87. Go Tell It on the Mountain
88. O Come All Ye Faithful
89. While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks
90. Away in a Manger / Silent Night
91. Sweet Little Jesus Boy
92. Little Drummer Boy
93. O Holy Night
94. The First Noel
95. What Child Is This
96. Joy to the World

More Info:

Four CDs. Bear Family Records proudly announces the release of the third and final CD box set in our retrospective of Connie Smith's RCA and Columbia recordings. Includes all of the tracks from the second chapter in Connie Smith's epochal recording career as she moved to the Columbia Records label from RCA Victor in 1973-and the first reissue of the majority of them. Dozens of out-of-print and long hard-to-find recordings, including her unforgettable Christmas album 'Joy to the World,' shaped by her own arrangements of sacred holiday songs, and the singular, history-making 'Connie Smith Sings Hank Williams Gospel.' Connie Smith's riveting interpretations of prime era country songs from the pens of Dallas Frazier, Don Gibson, Bill Anderson, Doug Kershaw, Tom T. Hall, Lefty Frizzell, Harlan Howard, Eddie Raven and Jessi Colter. Connie's deep grounding in country gospel music applied to introduction of new songs in the genre by Kris Kristofferson, Dolly Parton, Porter Wagoner, Larry Gatlin and Dottie Rambo, in addition to that full album of eleven Hank Williams gospel songs.