Love is Fair
is a studio album by American country music singer, Barbara Mandrell
, released in August 1980.Love is Fair
was Mandrell's first studio album of the decade. The album was successful for Mandrell, spawning four singles. The first single, "Crackers", peaked at #3 on the Country charts in 1980, and also charted on the Bubbling Under/Hot 100, her last single to chart there. The second single, "The Best of Strangers" was another Top 10 Country hit. The third single, "Love is Fair" peaked at #13 on the Country charts. The flip-side of that song, "Sometime, Somewhere, Somehow" charted on the Adult Contemporary charts in the Top 30. The album consisted of 10 tracks, including a cover of the Brenda Lee
pop hit "Coming On Strong" and Michael Jackson
's hit, "(S)He's Out of My Life".Love Is Fair
peaked at #6 on the Top Country Albums chart and also peaked at #175 on the Billboard 200, her second album to peak on the Billboard 200.
- "Love is Fair"
- "He's Out of My Life"
- "Not Tonight, I've Got a Heartache"
- "Long Time, No Love"
- "The Best of Strangers"
- "Sometime, Somewhere, Somehow"
- "My Bonnie Lies Over and Over"
- "I'm Afraid He'll Find You (Somewhere in My Heart)"
- "Coming on Strong"