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A Woman's Heart (Crystal Gayle album)

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Recorded  1974–1977
Artist  Crystal Gayle
Label  Liberty
A Woman's Heart (1981)  True Love (1982)
Producer  Allen Reynolds
Genre  Country pop
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Released  November 1981 (1981-11)
Similar  Three Good Reasons, Nobody's Angel, When I Dream, What If We Fall in Love?, Straight to the Heart

A Woman's Heart is a compilation album by American country music artist Crystal Gayle. It was released in November 1981 via Liberty Records and was produced by Allen Reynolds. The album consisted of songs originally included on Gayle's studio albums during her recording period with United Artists Records (later re-titled Liberty Records). It was one of several compilation albums released by the label that contained Gayle's material.


Background and reception

A Woman's Heart contained ten tracks of previously recorded material. Of the ten songs, only two were previously released as singles ("This Is My Year for Mexico" and "One More Time") while the remaining songs had been included on Gayle's studio albums. "Hands" and the title track were originally recorded on Gayle's self-titled studio album (1975). "Let's Do It Right" was first included on Gayle's third studio album, Crystal (1976). "Make a Dream Come True" was the seventh track on her fourth studio album, We Must Believe in Magic (1977).

A Woman's Heart was originally released in November 1981 via Liberty Records. The album was issued as both a vinyl LP and an audio cassette. A Woman's Heart peaked in the fortieth position on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart in 1981. It did not spawn any singles or any other major releases.


Weekly charts


1Hello I Love You2:31
2A Woman's Heart (Is a Handy Place to Be)2:32
3Loving You So Long Now2:56


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