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Where Is My Castle
Studio album by Connie Smith
Released January 1971
Recorded October 1970
(RCA Studios, Nashville)
Genre Country
Label RCA Victor
Producer Bob Ferguson
Connie Smith chronology
I Never Once Stopped Loving You
Where Is My Castle
My Heart Has a Mind of It's Own
Singles from Where Is My Castle
  1. "Where Is My Castle"
    Released: December 1970

Where Is My Castle is the fourteenth studio album by American country music artist, Connie Smith. The album was released in January 1971 on RCA Victor Records and was produced by Bob Ferguson. The album's title track became a major hit in 1971, peaking in the Billboard Country Top 20.



Where Is My Castle consisted of ten tracks of newly-recorded material by Connie Smith. The album featured two cover versions of songs by Conway Twitty: "I'm So Used to Loving You" and "Hello Darlin'." In addition, the album also included covers of Loretta Lynn's "Before I'm Over You" and "When a House Is Not a Home." It also included two Gospel songs, "Clinging to Saving a Hand" and "Jesus Take a Hold,"[1] as Smith was beginning to incorporate more Christian music into her studio albums. Where is My Castle was released on a 12-inch LP with five songs on each side of the vinyl record. The album has not been reissued on compact disc since its initial release in early 1971 through RCA Victor.[2]


Where Is My Castle's title track was the only single released from the album. Released in December 1970, the title track became a Top 20 hit on the American and Canadian Country charts, peaking at #11 on the Billboard Magazine Hot Country Songs chart, and also peaking at #20 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks chart. The album also charted, peaking at #39 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart upon its initial release in January 1971.[3]

Track listing


Side one

  1. "I'm So Used to Loving You" – (Conway Twitty)
  2. "Too Good to Be True" – (Dallas Frazier)
  3. "Before I'm Over You" – (Betty Sure Perry)
  4. "When a House Is Not a Home" – (Roger Miller)
  5. "Clinging to Saving a Hand" – (Bill Mack)

Side two

  1. "Where Is My Castle" – (Frazier)
  2. "Darling Days" – (Frazier, Sanger D. Shafer)
  3. "Jesus Take a Hold" – (Merle Haggard)
  4. "I Can't Believe That You've Stopped Loving Me" – (Frazier, Arthur Leo Owens)
  5. "Hello Darlin'" – (Twitty)

Sales chart positions

Chart (1971) Peak
U.S. Top Country Albums 39
Year Song Chart positions
US Country CAN Country
1970 "Where Is My Castle" 11 20



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