All Time Greatest Hits

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  1. Wine, Women And Song
  2. Happy Birthday
  3. You Ain't Woman Enough To Take My Man
  4. Don't Come Home A Drinkin' (With Lovin' On Your Mind)
  5. Fist City
  6. You've Just Stepped In (From Stepping Out On Me)
  7. Woman Of The World (Leave My World Alone)
  8. Coal Miner's Daughter
  9. After The Fire Is Gone (Album Version)
  10. Lead Me On
  11. One's On The Way
  12. Rated "X"
  13. Love Is The Foundation
  14. Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man
  15. As Soon As I Hang Up The Phone
  16. Trouble In Paradise
  17. When The Tingle Becomes A Chill
  18. Feelins' (Conway Twitty featuring Loretta Lynn)
  19. Out Of My Head And Back In My Bed
  20. Somebody Somewhere (Don't Know What He's Missin' Tonight)
  21. She's Got You
  22. I Can't Feel You Anymore
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ロレッタ・リン LORETTA LYNN ALL TIME GREATEST HITS
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During a time when radio is glutted with manufactured country stars who never met a coal miner, wouldn't know a cow patty if they stepped in one, and rely more on Pro Tools than professionalism, a spin through Loretta Lynn's greatest hits is a refresher course on the bedrock of the genre. Lynn, now hitting on 70 and still playing rural venues in between her network TV appearances, may be the voice of female country, with her distinctive hill-country accent, her boldness in tackling social issues, and her ability to convey strong emotion in a storytelling style. This collection includes 16 No. 1 country hits while mixing in a few you might not immediately recognize, and lets her be feisty in confronting the other woman ("You Ain't Woman Enough"), tremulous in allowing a man to take her places she knows she shouldn't go ("Lead Me On," one of five duets with Conway Twitty), and skillet-wielding mad when reading her husband the riot act ("Don't Come Home a-Drinkin'"). In short, her sound is real, not gussied up or affected by high-paid consultants, and when you listen to her sing, you feel as if you've shared a conversation with her. Now that's something you won't hear on the radio these days. --Alanna Nash
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