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Album Review: Loretta Lynn - 'Woman of the World/To Make a Man'

As the 1960s drew to a close, Loretta released her final solo LP of the decade. Woman of the World/To Make a Man was comprised of the two hit singles that composed its title as well as songs penned by Loretta, the Wilburn Brothers and their songwriting staff, and of course, the usual covers of recent hits for other artists. 528 more words

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Album Review: Loretta Lynn - 'Fist City'

The lead single of Loretta’s 1968 album Fist City, ‘What Kind Of Girl (Do You Think I Am)?’, a plaintive tune written by Loretta with Teddy Wilburn, was a top 5 single in 1967. 787 more words

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The Hodgepodge: Community Chat and Q&A

I’m embarrassed to say, but I have no muse or ideas for a Hodgepodge this week. I look at mainstream country, radio in particular, and it’s the same old rehashed mess that’s been around for a while.  552 more words


Thursday, April 7th


Merle Haggard, singer, songwriter, guitarist, fiddler, April 6, 1937-April 6, 2016

Today, remembering him, we revisit a few favorites.

“I’m a Lonesome Fugitive” (L. Anderson, C. 28 more words

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Classic Rewind (Bonus Edition): Tammy Wynette - 'Til I Can Make It On My Own'

Eighteen years ago today the world bade a tearful goodbye to the First Lady of Country Music.

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