Dolly aimed to crossover with her previous album, New Harvest…First Gathering
, but although it became her first #1 Country album, it didn't make a big impression in the pop realm. Undeterred, she enlisted producer Gary Klein, who helped Glen Campbell go mainstream with "Southern Nights
" earlier in 1977. That did the trick. Here You Come Again
peaked at #20 in the US, her highest entry on the albums chart up to that point, and its lead single went to #3 on the Hot 100. It also landed at #2 on the Country Albums tally.