Legendary Country Singers: Loretta Lynn

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Tracklist

CD 1
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1Success
producer:
Owen Bradley
double bass [bass]:
Bob Moore (U.S. bassist and bandleader) (on 1961-09-08)
drums (drum set) [drums]:
Murrey Harman, Jr. (on 1961-09-08)
electric bass guitar [6-string electric bass guitar]:
Harold Bradley (on 1961-09-08)
electric guitar:
Thomas Grady Martin (country/rockabilly guitarist) (on 1961-09-08)
guitar:
Teddy Wilburn (on 1961-09-08)
piano:
Floyd Cramer (on 1961-09-08)
steel guitar:
Don Helms (on 1961-09-08)
violin:
Cecil Brower (on 1961-09-08) and Tommy Jackson (Bluegrass fiddler) (on 1961-09-08)
vocals:
Loretta Lynn (on 1961-09-08)
recorded at:
Bradley Recording Studio (aka the "Quonset Hut") in Nashville, United States (on 1961-09-08)
recording of:
Success
lyricist and composer:
Johnny Mullins
publisher:
Carlin Music Corporation and Sure Fire Music Company Inc.
2:41
2Blue Kentucky Girl
producer:
Owen Bradley
double bass [bass]:
Roy Huskey, Jr. (father of Roy Huskey, Jr.) (on 1964-10-14)
drums (drum set) [drums]:
Murrey Harman, Jr. (on 1964-10-14)
electric bass guitar [6-string electric bass guitar]:
Harold Bradley (on 1964-10-14)
guitar:
Harold Morrison (on 1964-10-14) and Wayne Moss (on 1964-10-14)
piano:
Floyd Cramer (on 1964-10-14)
steel guitar:
Don Helms (on 1964-10-14)
vocals:
The Jordanaires (on 1964-10-14) and Loretta Lynn (on 1964-10-14)
recorded at:
Bradley Recording Studio (Nashville) in Nashville, United States (on 1964-10-14)
recording of:
Blue Kentucky Girl (on 1964-10-14)
lyricist and composer:
Johnny Mullins
2:44
3Before I’m Over You
producer:
Owen Bradley
double bass [bass]:
Bob Moore (U.S. bassist and bandleader) (on 1962-02-05)
drums (drum set) [drums]:
Murrey Harman, Jr. (on 1962-02-05)
electric bass guitar [6-string electric bass guitar]:
Harold Bradley (on 1962-02-05)
electric guitar:
Jack Pruett (on 1962-02-05)
guitar:
Teddy Wilburn (on 1962-02-05)
piano:
Floyd Cramer (on 1962-02-05)
steel guitar:
Don Helms (on 1962-02-05)
vocals:
Loretta Lynn (on 1962-02-05)
recorded at:
Bradley Recording Studio (aka the "Quonset Hut") in Nashville, United States (on 1962-02-05)
2:34
4Mr. & Mrs. Used to Be
producer:
Owen Bradley
double bass [bass]:
Jack Drake (on 1964-03-10)
drums (drum set) [drums]:
Jack Green (country singer-songwriter) (on 1964-03-10)
guitar:
Grant Shofner (Country artist) (on 1964-03-10), Jerry Shook (on 1964-03-10) and Leon Rhodes (on 1964-03-10)
piano:
William Pursell (on 1964-03-10)
steel guitar:
Buddy Charleton (steel guitar player) (on 1964-03-10)
vocals:
Loretta Lynn (on 1964-03-10) and Ernest Tubb (on 1964-03-10)
recorded at:
Bradley Recording Studio (Nashville) in Nashville, United States (on 1964-03-10)
recording of:
Mr. & Mrs. Used to Be (on 1964-03-10)
lyricist and composer:
Joe Deaton (songwriter)
2:44
5Wine, Women and Song
producer:
Owen Bradley
double bass [bass]:
Bob Moore (U.S. bassist and bandleader) (on 1964-02-26)
drums (drum set) [drums]:
Murrey Harman, Jr. (on 1964-02-26)
electric bass guitar [6-string electric bass guitar]:
Harold Bradley (on 1964-02-26)
electric guitar:
Thomas Grady Martin (country/rockabilly guitarist) (on 1964-02-26)
guitar:
Jerry Kennedy (on 1964-02-26)
piano:
Floyd Cramer (on 1964-02-26)
steel guitar:
Don Helms (on 1964-02-26)
vocals:
The Jordanaires (on 1964-02-26) and Loretta Lynn (on 1964-02-26)
recorded at:
Bradley Recording Studio (Nashville) in Nashville, United States (on 1964-02-26)
2:04
6Don’t Come Home a Drinkin’ (with Lovin’ on Your Mind)
producer:
Owen Bradley
double bass [bass]:
Roy Huskey, Jr. (father of Roy Huskey, Jr.) (on 1966-10-05)
drums (drum set) [drums]:
Murrey Harman, Jr. (on 1966-10-05)
electric bass guitar [6-string electric bass guitar]:
Harold Bradley (on 1966-10-05)
electric guitar:
Thomas Grady Martin (country/rockabilly guitarist) (on 1966-10-05)
guitar:
Johnny Russell (US country singer, songwriter and comedian) (on 1966-10-05)
piano:
Floyd Cramer (on 1966-10-05)
steel guitar:
Harald Rugg (on 1966-10-05)
vocals:
The Jordanaires and Loretta Lynn (on 1966-10-05)
recorded at:
Bradley’s Barn in Mt. Juliet, United States (on 1966-10-05)
recording of:
Don’t Come Home A-Drinkin’ (with Lovin’ on Your Mind) (on 1966-10-05)
writer:
Loretta Lynn and Peggy Sue (Country singer and songwriter)
42:10
7You Ain’t Woman Enough
producer:
Owen Bradley
acoustic guitar:
Ray Edenton (on 1965-11-11)
double bass [bass]:
Joe Zinkan (on 1965-11-11)
drums (drum set) [drums]:
Murrey Harman, Jr. (on 1965-11-11)
electric bass guitar [6-string electric bass guitar]:
Harold Ray Bradley (on 1965-11-11)
electric guitar:
Thomas Grady Martin (country/rockabilly guitarist) (on 1965-11-11)
piano:
David Briggs (US producer and musician) (on 1965-11-11)
steel guitar:
Harald Rugg (on 1965-11-11)
vocals:
The Jordanaires (on 1965-11-11) and Loretta Lynn (on 1965-11-11)
recorded at:
Columbia Studios (Nashville) in Nashville, United States (on 1965-11-11)
recording of:
You Ain’t Woman Enough (on 1965-11-11)
lyricist and composer:
Loretta Lynn
42:15
8Fist City
producer:
Owen Bradley
acoustic guitar:
Ray Edenton (on 1968-01-09)
banjo:
Harold Morrison (on 1968-01-09)
double bass [bass]:
Joe Zinkan (on 1968-01-09)
drums (drum set) [drums]:
Larry Estes (on 1968-01-09)
electric guitar:
Thomas Grady Martin (country/rockabilly guitarist) (on 1968-01-09)
guitar:
Pete Wade (on 1968-01-09)
piano:
Floyd Cramer (on 1968-01-09)
steel guitar:
Pete Drake (steel guitar player) (on 1968-01-09)
vocals:
Anita Kerr Singers (Mixed vocal group) (on 1968-01-09) and Loretta Lynn (on 1968-01-09)
recorded at:
Bradley’s Barn in Mt. Juliet, United States (on 1968-01-09)
recording of:
Fist City
lyricist and composer:
Loretta Lynn
2:13
9Woman of the World (Leave My World Alone)
producer:
Owen Bradley
acoustic guitar:
Ray Edenton (on 1968-11-18)
double bass [bass]:
Roy Huskey, Jr. (father of Roy Huskey, Jr.) (on 1968-11-18)
drums (drum set) [drums]:
Murrey Harman, Jr. (on 1968-11-18)
electric bass guitar [6-string electric bass guitar]:
Harold Ray Bradley (on 1968-11-18)
electric guitar:
Thomas Grady Martin (country/rockabilly guitarist) (on 1968-11-18)
piano:
Floyd Cramer (on 1968-11-18)
steel guitar:
Harald Rugg (on 1968-11-18)
vocals:
The Jordanaires (on 1968-11-18) and Loretta Lynn (on 1968-11-18)
recorded at:
Bradley’s Barn in Mt. Juliet, United States (on 1968-11-18)
2:57
10Wings Upon Your Horns
producer:
Owen Bradley
acoustic guitar:
Ray Edenton (on 1969-11-01)
double bass [bass]:
Bob Moore (U.S. bassist and bandleader) (on 1969-11-01)
drums (drum set) [drums]:
Murrey Harman, Jr. (on 1969-11-01)
electric bass guitar [6-string electric bass guitar]:
Harold Bradley (on 1969-11-01)
electric guitar:
Thomas Grady Martin (country/rockabilly guitarist) (on 1969-11-01)
piano:
Hargus Robbins (on 1969-11-01)
steel guitar:
Hargus Robbins (on 1969-11-01)
vocals:
The Jordanaires (on 1969-11-01) and Loretta Lynn (on 1969-11-01)
recorded at:
Bradley’s Barn in Mt. Juliet, United States (on 1969-11-01)
2:40
11Lead Me On
producer:
Owen Bradley (on 1970-11-11)
acoustic guitar:
Ray Edenton (on 1970-11-11)
double bass [bass]:
Bob Moore (U.S. bassist and bandleader) (on 1970-11-11)
drums (drum set) [drums]:
Tommy Markham (on 1970-11-11)
electric bass guitar [6-string electric bass guitar]:
Harold Bradley (on 1970-11-11)
electric guitar:
Herman Wade (on 1970-11-11)
piano:
Jerry Smith (Nashville keyboardist, songwriter, publisher & producer) (on 1970-11-11)
steel guitar:
John Hughey (on 1970-11-11)
vocals:
The Jordanaires (on 1970-11-11), Loretta Lynn (on 1970-11-11) and Conway Twitty (on 1970-11-11)
recorded at:
Bradley’s Barn in Mt. Juliet, United States (on 1970-11-11)
recording of:
Lead Me On
lyricist and composer:
Leon Copeland
52:27
12Coal Miner’s Daughter
acoustic guitar:
Ray Edenton (on 1969-11-01)
banjo:
Bob Thompson (guitar & banjo player) (on 1970-09-15)
double bass [bass]:
Bob Moore (U.S. bassist and bandleader) (on 1969-11-01)
drums (drum set) [drums]:
Murrey Harman, Jr. (on 1969-11-01)
electric bass guitar [6-string electric bass guitar]:
Harold Bradley (on 1969-11-01)
electric guitar:
Thomas Grady Martin (country/rockabilly guitarist) (on 1969-11-01)
piano:
Hargus Robbins (on 1969-11-01)
steel guitar:
Harald Rugg (on 1969-11-01)
vocals:
The Jordanaires (on 1969-11-01) and Loretta Lynn (on 1969-11-01)
recorded at:
Bradley’s Barn in Mt. Juliet, United States (on 1969-11-01, on 1970-09-15)
part of:
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time: 2021 edition (number: 255)
recording of:
Coal Miner's Daughter (on 1969-11-01)
lyricist and composer:
Loretta Lynn
4.353:02
13You’re Lookin’ at Country
producer:
Owen Bradley
acoustic guitar:
Ray Edenton (on 1970-11-25)
double bass [bass]:
Roy Huskey, Jr. (father of Roy Huskey, Jr.) (on 1970-11-25)
drums (drum set) [drums]:
Murrey Harman, Jr. (on 1970-11-25)
electric bass guitar [6-string electric bass guitar]:
Harold Bradley (on 1970-11-25)
guitar:
Dale Sellars (on 1970-11-25)
piano:
Hargus Robbins (on 1970-11-25)
steel guitar:
Harald Rugg (on 1970-11-25)
vocals:
The Jordanaires (on 1970-11-25) and Loretta Lynn (on 1970-11-25)
recorded at:
Bradley’s Barn in Mt. Juliet, United States (on 1970-11-25)
recording of:
You're Looking at Country
lyricist and composer:
Loretta Lynn
2:20
14One’s on the Way
producer:
Owen Bradley
acoustic guitar:
Ray Edenton (on 1971-08-03)
double bass [bass]:
Bob Moore (U.S. bassist and bandleader) (on 1971-08-03)
drums (drum set) [drums]:
Murrey Harman, Jr. (on 1971-08-03)
electric bass guitar [6-string electric bass guitar]:
Harold Bradley (on 1971-08-03)
electric guitar:
Thomas Grady Martin (country/rockabilly guitarist) (on 1971-08-03)
guitar:
Dave Thornbill (on 1971-08-03)
piano:
Hargus Robbins (on 1971-08-03)
steel guitar:
Harald Rugg (on 1971-08-03)
vocals:
The Jordanaires (on 1971-08-03) and Loretta Lynn (on 1971-08-03)
recorded at:
Bradley’s Barn in Mt. Juliet, United States (on 1971-08-03)
recording of:
One’s On the Way
lyricist and composer:
Shel Silverstein
52:40
15The Pill
producer:
Owen Bradley
acoustic guitar:
Ray Edenton (on 1972-12-12)
double bass [bass]:
Bob Moore (U.S. bassist and bandleader) (on 1972-12-12)
drums (drum set) [drums]:
Murrey Harman, Jr. (on 1972-12-12)
electric bass guitar [6-string electric bass guitar]:
Harold Bradley (on 1972-12-12)
electric guitar:
Thomas Grady Martin (country/rockabilly guitarist) (on 1972-12-12)
piano:
Jerry Smith (Nashville keyboardist, songwriter, publisher & producer) (on 1972-12-12)
steel guitar:
Harald Rugg (on 1972-12-12)
vocals:
The Jordanaires (on 1972-12-12) and Loretta Lynn (on 1972-12-12)
recorded at:
Bradley’s Barn in Mt. Juliet, United States (on 1972-12-12)
recording of:
The Pill (on 1972-12-12)
writer:
Lorene Allen, T.D. Bayless, Loretta Lynn and Don McHan
4.52:39
16Love Is the Foundation
producer:
Owen Bradley
acoustic guitar:
Ray Edenton (on 1973-03-05)
double bass [bass]:
Bob Moore (U.S. bassist and bandleader) (on 1973-03-05)
drums (drum set) [drums]:
Buddy Harman (on 1973-03-05)
electric bass guitar [6-string electric bass guitar]:
Harold Bradley (on 1973-03-05)
electric guitar:
Thomas Grady Martin (country/rockabilly guitarist) (on 1973-03-05)
harmonica:
Charley McCoy (white blues harmonica player, 1960s-present) (on 1973-03-05)
piano:
Hargus Robbins (on 1973-03-05)
steel guitar:
Harald Rugg (on 1973-03-05)
vocals:
The Jordanaires (on 1973-03-05) and Loretta Lynn (on 1973-03-05)
recorded at:
Bradley’s Barn in Mt. Juliet, United States (on 1973-03-05)
recording of:
Love Is the Foundation
lyricist and composer:
William Cody Hall
2:33
17Trouble in Paradise
producer:
Owen Bradley (on 1974-06-19)
acoustic guitar:
Ray Edenton (on 1974-06-19)
double bass [bass]:
Bob Moore (U.S. bassist and bandleader) (on 1974-06-19)
drums (drum set) [drums]:
Murrey Harman, Jr. (on 1974-06-19)
electric bass guitar [6-string electric bass guitar]:
Harold Bradley (on 1974-06-19)
electric guitar:
Thomas Grady Martin (country/rockabilly guitarist) (on 1974-06-19)
harmonica:
Charley McCoy (white blues harmonica player, 1960s-present) (on 1974-06-19)
piano:
Hargus Robbins (on 1974-06-19)
steel guitar:
Hal Rugg (on 1974-06-19)
vocals:
The Jordanaires (on 1974-06-19) and Loretta Lynn (on 1974-06-19)
recorded at:
Bradley’s Barn in Mt. Juliet, United States (on 1974-06-19)
2:11
18When the Tingle Becomes a Chill
producer:
Owen Bradley
acoustic guitar:
Ray Edenton (on 1974-08-29)
double bass [bass]:
Bob Moore (U.S. bassist and bandleader) (on 1974-08-29)
drums (drum set) [drums]:
Murrey Harman, Jr. (on 1974-08-29)
electric bass guitar [6-string electric bass guitar]:
Harold Bradley (on 1974-08-29)
electric guitar:
Thomas Grady Martin (country/rockabilly guitarist) (on 1974-08-29)
harmonica:
Charley McCoy (white blues harmonica player, 1960s-present) (on 1974-08-29)
piano:
Hargus Robbins (on 1974-08-29)
steel guitar:
Harald Rugg (on 1974-08-29)
vocals:
The Jordanaires (on 1974-08-29) and Loretta Lynn (on 1974-08-29)
recorded at:
Bradley’s Barn in Mt. Juliet, United States (on 1974-08-29)
53:03
19Hey Loretta
producer:
Owen Bradley
acoustic guitar:
Ray Edenton (on 1973-03-27)
double bass [bass]:
Billy Linneman (on 1973-03-27)
drums (drum set) [drums]:
Willie Ackerman (US jazz drummer) (on 1973-03-27)
electric bass guitar [6-string electric bass guitar]:
Harold Bradley (on 1973-03-27)
electric guitar:
Thomas Grady Martin (country/rockabilly guitarist) (on 1973-03-27)
piano:
Hargus Robbins (on 1973-03-27)
steel guitar:
Harald Rugg (on 1973-03-27)
vocals:
The Jordanaires (on 1973-03-27) and Loretta Lynn (on 1973-03-27)
recorded at:
Bradley’s Barn in Mt. Juliet, United States (on 1973-03-27)
recording of:
Hey, Loretta (on 1973-03-27)
lyricist and composer:
Shel Silverstein
2:52
20Rated X
producer:
Owen Bradley (on 1971-08-24)
double bass [bass]:
Bob Moore (U.S. bassist and bandleader) (on 1971-08-24)
drums (drum set) [drums]:
Murrey Harman, Jr. (on 1971-08-24)
electric bass guitar [6-string electric bass guitar]:
Harold Bradley (on 1971-08-24)
electric guitar:
Thomas Grady Martin (country/rockabilly guitarist) (on 1971-08-24)
guitar:
Herman Wade (on 1971-08-24)
piano:
Hargus Robbins (on 1971-08-24)
vocals:
The Jordanaires (on 1971-08-24)
recorded at:
Bradley’s Barn in Mt. Juliet, United States (on 1971-08-24)
recording of:
Rated “X” (on 1971-08-24)
lyricist and composer:
Loretta Lynn
2:39
21Out of My Head and Back in My Bed
producer:
Owen Bradley
acoustic guitar:
Ray Edenton (on 1976-06-28)
double bass [bass]:
Bob Moore (U.S. bassist and bandleader) (on 1976-06-28)
drums (drum set) [drums]:
Murrey Harman, Jr. (on 1976-06-28)
electric bass guitar [6-string electric bass guitar]:
Harold Bradley (on 1976-06-28)
electric guitar:
Thomas Grady Martin (country/rockabilly guitarist) (on 1976-06-28)
harmonica:
Charley McCoy (white blues harmonica player, 1960s-present) (on 1976-07-06)
piano:
Hargus Robbins (on 1976-06-28)
steel guitar:
Harald Rugg (on 1976-06-28)
vocals:
Loretta Lynn (on 1976-06-28)
recorded at:
Bradley’s Barn in Mt. Juliet, United States (on 1976-06-28, on 1976-07-06)
52:44
22Somebody Somewhere (Don’t Know What He’s Missin’ Tonight)
producer:
Owen Bradley
acoustic guitar:
Ray Edenton (on 1976-06-29)
double bass [bass]:
Bob Moore (U.S. bassist and bandleader) (on 1976-06-29)
drums (drum set) [drums]:
Murrey Harman, Jr. (on 1976-06-29)
electric bass guitar [6-string electric bass guitar]:
Harold Bradley (on 1976-06-29)
electric guitar:
Thomas Grady Martin (country/rockabilly guitarist) (on 1976-06-29)
harmonica:
Charlie McCoy (white blues harmonica player, 1960s-present) (on 1976-07-06)
piano:
Hargus Robbins (on 1976-06-29)
steel guitar:
Harald Rugg (on 1976-06-29)
vocals:
Loretta Lynn (on 1976-06-29)
recorded at:
Bradley’s Barn in Mt. Juliet, United States (on 1976-06-29, on 1976-07-06)
3:04
23She’s Got You
producer:
Owen Bradley
acoustic guitar:
Ray Edenton (on 1976-06-30)
double bass [bass]:
Bob Moore (U.S. bassist and bandleader) (on 1976-06-30)
drums (drum set) [drums]:
Murrey Harman, Jr. (on 1976-06-30)
electric bass guitar [6-string electric bass guitar]:
Harold Bradley (on 1976-06-30)
electric guitar:
Thomas Grady Martin (country/rockabilly guitarist) (on 1976-06-30)
piano:
Hargus Robbins (on 1976-06-30)
steel guitar:
Harald Rugg (on 1976-06-30)
vocals:
Loretta Lynn (on 1976-06-30)
recorded at:
Bradley’s Barn in Mt. Juliet, United States (on 1976-06-30)
cover recording of:
She’s Got You (on 1976-06-30)
lyricist and composer:
Hank Cochran (Nashville singer and songwriter)
recording of:
She’s Got You
lyricist and composer:
Hank Cochran (Nashville singer and songwriter)
3:08
24I Still Believe in Waltzes
3:15
25I’m a Honky Tonk Girl
recorded in:
Los Angeles, United States (in 1960-02)
double bass [bass]:
Al Williams (US country bassist) (in 1960-02)
fiddle:
Harold Hensley (in 1960-02)
guitar:
Roy Lanham (in 1960-02)
steel guitar:
Speedy West (in 1960-02)
vocals:
Loretta Lynn (in 1960-02)
recording of:
I'm a Honky Tonk Girl
lyricist and composer:
Loretta Lynn
2:15

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part of:Legendary Country Singers (Time-Life Music) (number: 2) (order: 2)