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Loretta Lynn

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Country albums from the Byrds, Loretta Lynn, Kitty Wells et al

Review by uncredited writer, Disc and Music Echo, 12 October 1968

Byrds switch to country music... and it's great ...

Doors' Soft Parade leads US underground LP releases

Review by uncredited writer, Record Mirror, 13 September 1969

THE DOORS: The Soft Parade — 'Tell All The People'; 'Touch Me'; 'Shaman's Blues'; 'Do It'; 'Easy Ride'; 'Wild Child'; 'Runnin' Blue'; 'Wishful Sinful'; 'The ...

Loretta & Conway

Profile by Gene Guerrero, The Great Speckled Bird, 28 June 1971

LORETTA LYNN and Conway Twitty headline the WPLO Shower of Stars this Saturday night at the Municipal Auditorium. Both are established country stars. Loretta was ...

Loretta Lynn: Everybody's Got a Soul and a Heart

Interview by Gene Guerrero, The Great Speckled Bird, 12 July 1971

(RBP editor's note: the intro to this article was written by Paul Connah, the interview undertaken primarily by Gene Guerrero) ...

Conway Twitty, Lorette Lynn, Nat Stuckey, Freddie Hart: San Jose Municipal Auditorium, San Jose CA

Live Review by Philip Elwood, The San Francisco Examiner, 20 April 1973

Country Music Show a Natural ...

Conway Twitty & Loretta Lynn: Louisiana Woman – Mississippi Man; Merle Haggard: I Love Dixie Blues...

Review by John Morthland, Creem, November 1973

THE SEARCH for the most commercial mating of country and rock continues unabated, and it's working both ways. In the wake of Kristofferson, the Young ...

Loretta Lynn: We've Come A Long Way, Baby (MCA MCF 2881); Conway Twitty: Conway (MCA MCF 2878)

Review by Simon Frith, Melody Maker, 19 May 1979

WHEN YOU'RE as old and grizzled as these two, making records is more a chore than anything. The routine trip to producer Owen Bradley's barn; ...

George Jones, Loretta Lynn: Merriweather Post Pavilion, Baltimore MA

Live Review by Geoffrey Himes, Evening Sun (Baltimore), The , 14 August 1989

Erratic Jones is nearly perfect at Merriweather ...

Honky-Tonk Grande Dame: Loretta Lynn And Jack White On Country’s Favorite Daughter

Report and Interview by Fred Mills, Detroit Metro Times, 25 June 2003

SOME MIGHT SEE it as a generational passing of the torch: an established music icon sharing the stage with a younger rising star, and there’s ...

Loretta Lynn: Van Lear Rose

Review by James Hunter, L.A. Weekly, 20 May 2004

VAN LEAR ROSE is an album of 13 songs explosively written and sung by Loretta Lynn. Jack White, of the White Stripes, produced it. Eric ...

Loretta Lynn: Van Lear Rose

Review and Interview by Rob Hughes, Uncut, June 2004

Awesome rebirth of original Country Queen, produced and arranged by the White Stripes' Jack White. ...

Loretta Lynn: Van Lear Rose

Review by Andria Lisle, MOJO, June 2004

The Coal Miner's Daughter becomes a country music queen – with a little help from one of The White Stripes. ...

Jack White and Loretta Lynn: Deconstructing Jack

Comment by Dave Marsh, Harp, July 2004

AT THAT POINT, after one and a half listenings, I concluded that White had heard all the Loretta Lynn records ever made and liked everything ...

Loretta Lynn

Retrospective and Interview by David Burke, R2/Rock'n'Reel, March 2016

THE WORD "legend" has been devalued by misappropriation in modern linguistic currency. These days it is increasingly (and stupidly) used as a synonym for "star" ...

Loretta Lynn: "If you're good to the ghosts, they'll be good to you."

Interview by Jaan Uhelszki, Uncut, March 2016

WELCOME TO HURRICANE MILLS, the second-most-haunted house in Tennessee and, for the past 50 years, home of the supematurally gifted Loretta Lynn. Here, the Queen ...


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