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1960-67 pressing as indicated by: "m'f'r'd by Decca Records, In. New York, .
Background and content. Jan Howard Sings Evil on Your Mind was recorded in six separate recording sessions within the span of two years. The first had taken place September 18, 1964 and the final session was finished on May 10, 1966. All sessions were recorded at the Columbia Recording Studio, located in Nashville, Tennessee. Renowned country music producer, Owen Bradley, produced the album and would produce all of Howard's studio albums with Decca in the years to come. The album's personnel was made up of Nashville's A-Team of musicians, which included Harold Bradley, Floyd. "You Don't Find a Good Man Everyday". 5. "-" denotes releases that did not chart.
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2. Put It Off Until Tomorrow. 4. I've Got Feelings Too. Jan Howard. What Makes a Man Wander. 6. You Go Your Way. 7. Evil on Your Mind.
Lula Grace Johnson (born March 13, 1929), known professionally as Jan Howard, is an American country music singer and Grand Ole Opry star. She attained popular success as a country female vocalist during the 1960s and early 1970s and was twice nominated for the Best Female Country Vocal Performance Grammy award. Many of her hits were written by her husband at the time, Harlan Howard.
Jan Howard (wife of legendary Nashville songwriter Harlan Howard) had her biggest hit with this song back in 1966. It went to on the US Billboard country chart and was nominated for a Grammy. Today, she remains a legendary member of the Grand Ole Opry. This is the ORIGINAL recording. Has been played on. United States 10. Heartland Public Radio - HPR1: Traditional Classic Country.