Lynn Anderson first went to Nahsville in the mid-'60s when her Mother Liz, a songwriter who penned early hits for artists including Merle Haggard, landed a record deal. Lynn soon began recording her own sides for the small label Chart Records, and had her first Top 40 single in 1967 with one of her mother's compositions, "Ride, Ride, Ride". A long string of top hits followed, and in addition to being a mainstay on the country charts for over a decade, Anderon's fame rose through regular television appearances. This new compilation is the first ever to present her early Chart singles AND her hits on Columbia REcords, with whom she signed in 1970.... among the classic tracks are five #1 country singles, including Anderson's Grammy-winning signature song, "Rose Garden", also a #3 Pop hit.
(Text im Booklet)