Live at Billy Bob's Texas (Lynn Anderson album)

Infobox Album
Name = Live At Billy Bob's Texas
Type = Live Album
Artist = Lynn Anderson


Released = February 29, 2000
Recorded = 1999-2000
Genre = Country
Length =
Label = Smith Music Group
Producer =
Reviews =
* Allmusic Rating|3|5 [http://wm08.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=10:wvfqxqukldse Link]
Last album = "Cowboy's Sweetheart"
1992
This album = "Live At Billy Bob's Texas"
2000
Next album = "Home for the Holidays"
2002

"Live At Billy Bob's Texas" is the name of live Country music album, by legendary Country singer, Lynn Anderson, released in 2000.

This was Lynn Anderson's comeback album. Anderson, best-known for her chart-topping Country and Pop hit from 1970, "(I Never Promised You A) Rose Garden", had not seen the release of a new studio album in eight years. Although this album did not get very high critical acclaim, and didn't chart the "Top Country Albums" list, it did get Lynn Anderson's name noticed again as a Country music artist. There has been many different albums by Country singers over the years titled, "Live at Billy Bob's Texas", including an album by Anderson's friend Tanya Tucker.

The album is of course a live album of Anderson singing her biggest hits, including "Rose Garden", as well as the her 70s No. 1s, "You're My Man", "How Can I Unlove You", "What a Man My Man Is" and some other well-known hits by Anderson like "Rocky Top" and 1972's "Cry". Lynn Anderson also covers songs, like Ian Tyson's "Someday Soon" and The Drifters' "Under the Boardwalk" (a song Anderson covered as a single in 1988, where it hit the Country Top 30). Like all of the "Live at Billy Bob's Texas" albums, no date is given to when the album was recorded.

Track listing

#"Listen to a Country Song" - 2:53
#"Someday Soon" - 3:58
#"Even Cowgirls Get the Blues" - 2:58
#"Smile for Me" - 3:03
#"Top of the World" - 3:08
#"Isn't It Always Love" - 3:00
#"Cry" - 3:13
#"(I Never Promised You A) Rose Garden" - 3:10
#"What a Man My Man Is" - 2:22
#"I Never Loved Anyone More" - 2:51
#"How Can I Unlove You" - 2:59
#"Under the Boardwalk" - 3:59
#"Faithless Love" - 3:31
#"You're My Man" - 2:37
#"Rocky Top" - 3:11
#"I've Been Everywhere" - 2:12
#"What Fools Say" - 4:04


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