Sissy Spacek "Hangin' Up My Heart" LP (1983)
Details: Actor Sissy Spacek's 1983 debut (still sealed, promo) released on Atlantic America Records. Spacek has a warm country tone, and the music matches her delivery on these songs.
"Though Sissy Spacek found fame as an actress, she actually started out as a singer, and subsequent to her successful portrayal of Loretta Lynn in biopic COAL MINER'S DAUGHTER, Spacek tried to launch a career as a country singer. On her lone album, 1983's HANGIN' UP MY HEART, she's supported by then-cutting-edge progressive-country artists like Rodney Crowell and Rosanne Cash. Spacek strikes a balance between a classic country sound and a more contemporary/pop-oriented approach. Though she never followed it up, HANGIN' UP MY HEART did surprisingly well, landing in the Top 40 Country Albums chart." - All Music
Description: "Hangin' Up My Heart is the 1983 debut album of actress Sissy Spacek. The album produced three singles: "Lonely But Only for You," which reached number 15 on Hot Country Songs, along with "If I Can Just Get Through the Night" and "If You Could Only See Me Now"."
Grade: NM (still sealed)
TRACK LISTING SIDE A:
A1. Hangin' Up My Heart
A2. Have I Told You Lately That I Love You
A3. He Don't Know Me
A4. Lonely But Only For You
A5. This Time I'm Gonna Beat You To The Truck
TRACK LISTING SIDE B:
B1. Honky Tonkin'
B2. Old Home Town
B3. Smooth Talkin' Daddy
B4. If You Could Only See Me Know
B5. If I Can Just Get Through The Night