16 Greatest Hits (LP)

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Susan Raye enjoyed great popularity during the early and mid-1970s, and chalked up seven top-10 and 19 top-40 country hits, most notably the song "L.A. International Airport", an international crossover pop hit in 1971. Raye was a protegee of country music singer Buck Owens. Owens and Raye recorded a number of hit albums and singles together, and were one of the most successful country duet acts of the era, in addition to their solo careers.

Side A

1 Put A Little Love In Your Heart (2:17)
2 One Night Stand (2:24)
3 Willy Jones (2:31)
4 L.A. International Airport (2:51)
5 Pitty, Pitty, Patter (2:22)
6 (I’ve Got A) Happy Heart (1:53)
7 A Song To Sing (2:05)
8 My Heart Has A Mind Of Its Own (2:28)

Side B

1 Wheel Of Fortune (2:28)
2 Love Sure Feels Good In My Heart (2:55)
3 Cheating Game (2:47)
4 Plastic Trains, Paper Planes (2:30)
5 When You Get Back From Nashville (2:37)
6 Stop The World (And Let Me Off) (2:21)
7 You Can Sure See It From Here (2:40)
8 Whatcha Gonna Do With A Dog Like That (2:18)

• This is the only greatest hits LP in print of Susan Raye’s solo hits, most notably “L.A. INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT,” “PITTY, PITTY PATTER” AND “WILLY JONES.”