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Kon Kan Move To Move (1989) FLAC


In 1970, Lynn Anderson's exposure on the Lawrence Welk Show led to the major label Columbia Records signing her to their country roster. She had previously recorded for an independent label and had several country hits there, including "If I Kiss You (Will You Go Away)" (1967).[12] After switching to Columbia, Anderson moved to Nashville, Tennessee, to further elevate her country music career. Under Columbia, Anderson worked with her husband (and producer) Glenn Sutton.[13] Anderson's style shifted towards country pop once collaborating with Sutton and she began looking for songs that suited this style.[14] Her first country-pop hit released on the label was 1970's "Stay There, Till I Get There," which Sutton wrote and produced.[15]




Kon Kan Move To Move (1989) FLAC


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