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Bridges
  • Artist: Lynn Anderson
  • Label: Center Sound
  • UPC: 829017614525
  • Item #: 1542257X
  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 11/20/2015
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Price: $10.31
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Bridges on CD

Center Sound Records is proud to announce the release of Grammy, Billboard, CMA and ACM award winner Lynn Anderson's first internationally distributed album in a decade with Bridges. Featuring collaborations with The Oak Ridge Boys and The Martins, Bridges marks the return of Bil VornDick to the producer's chair on Lynn's project. The partnership previously received a Grammy nomination for her 2005 release Bluegrass Sessions. Bridges features a re-imagined version of Dobie Gray's 1973 hit "Drift Away, " which was originally written by Anderson's partner, Mentor Williams. Williams re-wrote the song for Anderson, and the new lyrics give the song it's Gospel edge. "Lynn Anderson will always be a part of the Center Sound Records' family. We are very fortunate to have known her and have her on our label. This legend's grace and voice will be forever missed. There is one more rose in God's garden. Rest in peace." Craig & Mary - Center Sound Records. "Bridges is Mom's first religious CD in her long career of making music. It has been our soundtrack the past few months and now it's become the perfect memoir. Like a gift left behind delivered only as Mom can... It's almost like it was meant to be." Lisa Sutton - Lisa Sutton Music Services Lynn Rene Anderson (September 26, 1947 - July 31, 2015) was a multi-award-winning American country music singer known for a string of hits throughout the late 1960s, 1970s and 1980s, most notably her 1970 iconic, worldwide megahit "(I Never Promised You a) Rose Garden". Anderson's crossover appeal and regular exposure on national television helped her to become one of the most popular and successful country singers of the 1970s.

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