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The Definitive Collection: Loretta Lynn

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Download links and information about The Definitive Collection: Loretta Lynn by Loretta Lynn. This album was released in 2005 and it belongs to Country genres. It contains 25 tracks with total duration of 01:04:22 minutes.

Artist: Loretta Lynn
Release date: 2005
Genre: Country
Tracks: 25
Duration: 01:04:22
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Wine, Women and Song (Single Version) 2:01
2. Happy Birthday (Single Version) 2:03
3. Blue Kentucky Girl (Single Version) 2:41
4. You Ain't Woman Enough to Take My Man (Single Version) 2:12
5. Don't Come Home a Drinkin' (With Lovin' On Your Mind) [Single Version] 2:07
6. Fist City (Single Version) 2:12
7. You've Just Stepped In (From Stepping Out On Me) [Single Version] 2:16
8. Woman of the World (Single Version) 2:54
9. Coal Miner's Daughter (Single Version) 2:58
10. After the Fire Is Gone (Single Version) (featuring Conway Twitty) 2:37
11. You're Lookin' At Country (Single Version) 2:17
12. Lead Me On (Single Version) (featuring Conway Twitty) 2:24
13. One's On the Way (Single Version) 2:37
14. Rated "X" (Single Version) 2:38
15. The Pill (Single Version) 2:37
16. Love Is the Foundation (Single Version) 2:30
17. Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man (Single Version) (featuring Conway Twitty) 2:30
18. As Soon As I Hang Up the Phone (Single Version) (featuring Conway Twitty) 2:40
19. Trouble In Paradise (Single Version) 2:08
20. When the Tingle Becomes a Chill (Single Version) 3:00
21. Feelins' (Single Version) (featuring Conway Twitty) 3:00
22. Out of My Head and Back In My Bed (Single Version) 2:40
23. Somebody Somewhere (Don't Know What He's Missin' Tonight) [Single Version] 3:01
24. She's Got You (Single Version) 3:04
25. I Can't Feel You Anymore (Single Version) 3:15

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In the mid-1960s, the direction of country music was changed forever by a coal miner’s daughter from Butcher Holler, Kentucky. Loretta Lynn brought a new, uniquely feminine perspective to Nashville as she poured out her songs of frustration, defiance and resolve, and she did it with grace, smarts and humor, as the tracks here make plain. Decades later, tunes like “Don’t Come Home a-Drinkin’(With Lovin’ on Your Mind),” “You Ain’t Woman Enough (To Take My Man),” “One’s on the Way,” and “The Pill” still carry a kick. Back when it counted, Lynn spoke the truth fearlessly and made the country music establishment like it. But feminist manifestos are only part of Lynn’s achievement. Her unvarnished singing delivers romantic laments like “When the Tingle Becomes a Chill” and “Blue Kentucky Girl” with utter believability. Her duets with Conway Twitty — especially the rueful “After the Fire is Gone” — are classic dialogues between the sexes. And beyond all this, there’s “Coal Miner’s Daughter,” of course, as perfect an expression of down-home pride as anyone has written. Fortunately for us all, Lynn’s iconic songs remain to show new generations of artists the way.