Come Along and Walk with Me is seventeenth solo studio album by American country singer Connie Smith. It was released in October 1971 via RCA Victor and consisted of ten tracks. The album was Smith’s third collection of gospel songs. The disc included original songs and covers of songs first cut by other artists. Among the song included on the project were three by gospel performer Dottie Rambo. Following its release, Billboard gave the album a positive review.
Prior to the making of Come Along and Walk with Me, Connie Smith had nearly a decade of top ten and top 20 country singles. In 1968, she became a Christian which ultimately influenced her to record more gospel material. Many of her regular country albums had featured one or two gospel selections. Yet, Smith wanted to record a full-length gospel collection. In a 2012 interview with Barry Mazor, Smith explained that recording a gospel album was not in the interest of her record label. However, Smith also reali