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Lynn, Earls of Leicester out with new sounds

Friday, September 28, 2018 – Loretta Lynn is finally out with "Wouldn't It Be Great," delayed due to illness. The disc finds the country traditionalist recording three new songs - "Ruby's Stool," "Ain't No Time To Go," "I'm Dying For Someone To Live For"- plus new recordings of previously released songs. Among them are "Coal Miner's Daughter" and "Don't Come Home A' Drinkin' (With Lovin' On Your Mind)," her first of 16 career number 1 country singles.

The Earls of Leicester go the live route with "Live at The CMA Theater in The Country Music Hall of Fame" from Nashville. Made up entirely of songs from 1954 to 1965, the CD combines classic tunes with more obscure numbers. The 23-song set features 14 new recordings by the Earls and 9 fan favorites from their two previous studio albums.

Amy Ray, who is one half of the Indigo Girls, is out with her ninth solo disc, "Holler." Ray opts for a country sou d for most of the CD through bluegrass and other sounds in the mix as well.


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CD review - White Christmas Blue There are some "country" stars that can't seem to make true country music. Then there are artists like Loretta Lynn that can't not create pure country music. Lynn's "White Christmas Blue" album may feel like a Christmas miracle to many traditional country fans. Take Lynn's version of "Away in a Manger," for which Lynn is listed as arranger, for example. It features a lovely Paul Franklin steel guitar solo. "Blue Christmas" is best ...
CD review - Full Circle Loretta Lynn shows no signs of slowing down at 83. "Full Circle" is her first album since her extremely well-received Jack White-produced "Van Lear Rose," a 2004 masterpiece. Some of the 14 songs on "Full Circle" are new recordings, while a few ("Fist City," "Secret Love" and "Everybody Wants to Go to Heaven") are new versions. Others are old songs ("Black Jack David, "Always On My Mind," "In the Pines") that Lynn ...
Johnny Cash had his Rick Rubin, and it seems that Loretta Lynn has hers in the form of Jack White of the White Stripes. And that means an album of lots of excellent music with all 13 songs penned by Lynn. Lynn looks to her family past and her own career for inspiration for several songs (the title track, "High on a Mountain Top" about working the coal mines and the "folks know what they've got" and "Story of My Life"). She also isn't afraid to tell off a woman who interfered with her family's ...


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