Love Is the Look You're Looking for is a compilation album by American country singer Connie Smith. It was released in February 1973 via RCA Victor and contained ten tracks. It was Smith's third compilation released by the RCA Victor label and mostly included previously-recorded material. The album was issued following Smith's exit from RCA's roster. It was named for its title track, which became a top ten single on the North American country singles charts. The album itself would chart on the American country LP's chart in 1973.
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Connie Smith had been signed to the RCA Victor label since 1964. Beginning with her first single ("Once a Day"), Smith had a series of top ten and top 20 singles on the country charts during the 1960s and early 1970s. After discovering Christianity in 1968, Smith continued recording for RCA but became less interested in her career. Yet, she continued having top ten singles, including three in 1972. Amon