My Heart Has A Mind Of Its Own
Release date: August 5, 2022
1972 release from Buck Owens protégé
Susan Raye’s 1972 release, transferred from the original analog masters by Grammy®-winning engineer Michael Graves, features the country hit “A Song To Sing,” penned by Buck Owns’ son, Buddy Alan.
Original Liner Notes:
Susan Raye’s music is special. Becuse it speaks to you on many levels. On the level of pure entertainment. But in other ways too. Susan tells of feelings every woman has felt. Feelings from the heart. Feelings from deep love. Feelings from quiet loss. This is an album of pure feeling… pure entertainment. With new Susan Raye standards like: “My Heart Has A Mind Of Its Own” Buck Owens’ “My Heart Skips A Beat” Mayf Nutter’s “Never Had A Doubt” and Buddy Alan’s “A Song To Sing.” Just as Susan seems to get lovelier (just look at the cover!) her singing gets better. So here’s Susan Raye: singer… entertainer… beautiful lady. Singing about the heart. And love. And happiness. And sorrow. Just like she did on her big hits “L.A. International Airport” “I’ve Got A Happy Heart” and “Pitty Pitty Patter.” Singing about the heart. As only she can.
My Heart Has A Mind Of Its Own Where Does The Good Times Go Bring Back My Peace Of Mind Don’t Take Advantage Of Me Never Had A Doubt A Song To Sing It’s Too Late To Keep From Losing You My Heart Skips A Beat Heart Of Glass One More Time