Count Your Blessings, Woman" is a single by American country music artist Jan Howard. Released in February 1968, the song reached on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart. The single was later released on Howard's 1968 album of the same name. The song was written by fellow country artist, Bill Anderson. The song additionally peaked at on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks chart, her first single to chart in Canada.
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Lula Grace Johnson, better known as Jan Howard, was born in West Plains Missouri on March 13, 1930. The singer-songwriter has been married at least four times. Jan has had four children: - James Van Wood was born August 27, 1947; he was adopted by Harlan Howard, and killed in Vietnam on October 30, 1968 - Carter Alexander Corky Wood was born July 20, 1949; he was adopted by Harlan Howard, making his name Carter Corky Howard - David Bryan Wood was born June 2, 1951; he was adopted by Harlan Howard, had. problems with drug abuse and committed suicide on February 15, 1973 - Janet Louise Smith was born March 15, 1954 and died April 15, 1954 of a cerebral hemorrhage.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A||Count Your Blessings, Woman
Written-By – Bill Anderson
|B||But Not For Love My Dear
Written-By – Dallas Frazier
- Pressed By – Decca Records Pressing Plant, Gloversville
- Published By – Stallion Music, Inc.
- Published By – Blue Crest Music, Inc.
- Manufactured By – Decca Records, Inc.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: BMI
- Matrix / Runout (A side label): (119,748)
- Matrix / Runout (B side label): (119,746)✤
|32269||Jan Howard||Count Your Blessings, Woman / But Not For Love My Dear (7", Single, Promo)||Decca||32269||US||1968|