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Keep Me In Mind
Studio album by Lynn Anderson
Released 1973
Recorded 1973
Genre Countrypolitan
Label Columbia
Producer Glenn Sutton, Clive Davis
Professional reviews
Lynn Anderson chronology
Listen to a Country Song
(1972)
Keep Me In Mind
(1973)
Top of the World
(1973)

Keep Me In Mind is the name of a studio album by Country music singer, Lynn Anderson, released in 1973.

This album was released during the very peak of Lynn Anderson's popularity. Most of the albums Anderson was releasing were certified "Gold" by the RIAA, including this one. This album reached No. 7 on the Billboard "Top Country Albums" chart in mid-1973. The album was named after Anderson's No. 1 from that year, "Keep Me In Mind". This was the only single off this album. However, Anderson would later release another album later that year with more singles on it.

This album consisted of 11 tracks, like most of Anderson's albums coming out of Columbia records at the time. The flip side of "Keep Me In Mind" called "Rodeo Cowboy", is featured on this album, and would later be released as a single itself in late 1976 off Anderson's All the King's Horses album.

This album was produced by Glenn Sutton (Anderson's husband), as well as Clive Davis, who originally got his start working for such artists as Lynn Anderson. He would later produce Whitney Houston's albums, as well many other performers from that era.

Track listing

  1. "Keep Me In Mind"
  2. "Pass Me By"
  3. "I Believe in Music"
  4. "Just Betrween the Two of Us"
  5. "All or Nothing of Me"
  6. "City of New Orleans"
  7. "Home is Where I Hang My Head"
  8. "Perfect Match"
  9. "Who I Could Turn To"
  10. "Half a Dozen Tricycle Motors"
  11. "Rodeo Cowboy"

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