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Connie Smith is still the only female vocalist to have taken her debut single and album to #1. To this day, that single Once A Day holds the record for the most weeks at #1 for a record by a female singer 8 in total, running from November 1964 until January 1965. Once A Day was also the biggest selling country 45 of 1964. Connie received three individual Grammy nominations in 1965, for Best Country Single, Best Country Artist and Best Female Country Performance and two consecutive Billboard awards for Most Promising Female Country Artists in 1964 and 1965 another un-equalled achievement for Ms. Smith.


“All the biggies are included from her first single, Once A Day, which topped the charts for eight weeks back in 1964, through the fan favourite B-side Tiny Blue Transistor Radio, the catchy Cincinnati, Ohio, a fine update of Gordan Lightfoot’s Ribbon Of Darkness and the powerful I Never Once Stopped Loving You. Indispensable.”

Alan Cackett (Maverick – August 2012)
Weight 200 kg


Once A Day / Then And Only Then / Tiny Blue Transistor Radio / I Can't Remember / If I Talk To Him / Nobody But A Fool (Would Love You) / Ain't Had No Lovin' / The Hurtin's All Over / I'll Come Runnin' / Cincinnati, Ohio / Burning A Hole In My Mind / Baby's Back Again / Run Away Little Tears / Cry, Cry, Cry, / Ribbon Of Darkness / Young Love / You And Your Sweet Love / I Never Once Stopped Loving You / Louisiana Man / Where Is My Castle / Just One Time / Just For What I Am / If It Ain't Love (Let's Leave It Alone) / Love Is The Look You're Looking For


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