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Love Is the Look You're Looking for
Compilation album by Connie Smith
Released February 1973
Recorded April 1966 – July 1969
January 1972
(RCA Studio, Nashville)
Genre Country
Label RCA Victor
Producer Bob Ferguson
Connie Smith chronology
"If It Ain't Love" and Other Great Dallas Frazier Songs
(1972)
Love Is the Look You're Looking for
(1973)
A Lady Named Smith
(1973)
Singles from Love Is the Look You're Looking for
  1. "Love Is the Look You're Looking for"
    Released: December 1972

Love Is the Look You're Looking for is the fifth compilation by American country music artist, Connie Smith. The album was released in February 1973 on RCA Victor Records and was produced by Bob Ferguson. The album contained the Top 10 hit single that year, "Love Is the Look You're Looking for."

Contents

Background

Love Is the Look You're Looking for consisted of ten tracks of previously-recorded material from Smith's past albums in the 1960's, including "How Great Thou Art" from 1969's Back in Baby's Arms, "Burning a Hole in My Mind" from 1968's I Love Charley Brown, and "It's Now or Never" from 1966's Downtown Country. The only new songs included on the album was the title track and "If I Could Just Get Over You," as Smith had recently ended her contract with RCA Victor Records and switched to Columbia Records.[1] The album was released on a 12-inch LP album, with five songs on each side of the record.[2]

Release

Love Is the Look You're Looking for spawned one single, the album's title track. The song was released as the third and final single of 1972 that December, becoming a Top 10 hit in the United States and Canada by the following year.[1] The song peaked at #8 on the Billboard Magazine Hot Country Songs chart and #6 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks chart. The album itself peaked at #24 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart upon its release in February 1973.[3]

Track listing

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Side one

  1. "Love Is the Look You're Looking for" – (Rose Lee Mathis)
  2. "How Great Thou Art" – (Stuart K. Hine)
  3. "It'll Be Easy" – (Jan Crutchfield)
  4. "Burning a Hole in My Mind" – (Cy Coben)
  5. "Ain't Had No Lovin'" – (Dallas Frazier)

Side two

  1. "If I Could Just Get Over You" – (Kay Arnold)
  2. "Born to Sing" – (Cy Coben)
  3. "Cry, Cry, Cry," – (Shirley Wood)
  4. "It's Now or Never" – (Wally Gold, Aaron Schroeder)
  5. "Pas Souvent (Once a Day)" – (Bill Anderson)

Sales chart positions

Albums
Chart (1973) Peak
position
U.S. Top Country Albums 24
Singles
Year Song Chart positions
US Country CAN Country
1972 "Love Is the Look You're Looking for" 8 6

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