The song “Feelins'” written by Will Jennings and Don Goodman, was recorded by the music duo Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn.
Released June 2, 1975 as a single from their album “Feelins'”. It was her fifth number one, as a duet. “Feelins'” was a week at number one and held on for 13 weeks on the chart.
The album peaked at No. 1 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart, becoming the duo’s third consecutive album to top the chart.
Song written by LE White, and recorded by Loretta Lynn & Conway Twitty, was recorded in January 1971 for the Decca label, with the production of Owen Bradley, the song was released on January 4, 1971. The song reached number one of the country lists, on March 23, 1971, he remained two weeks in a row at number one and a total of 14 weeks on the chart.
The song would be included on the album, We Only Make Believe (Decca 1971), first work together, reached the position number 3 on the US Hot Coun
Recorded at Decca in August 24, 1971 , “Rated “X”” was released as a single in November 20, 1972 ( as single from album “ Entertainer of the Year” of Loretta Lynn) . Written by Loretta Lynn, was Lynn’s sixth number one country single as a solo artist. The single spent one week at number one and a total of fourteen weeks on the chart. The song dealt with the stigma faced by divorced women during the early 1970s, and was regarded as somewhat controversial at the time, due to its frank language. Al
Recorded at Mercury in 1971 , “One’s on the Way” was released as a single in November 1971 ( as single from album “ One’s on the Way” of Loretta Lynn . Written by Shel Silverstein, it climbed to #1 on the US Billboard Country charts and to the position number 1 in Canadian RPM Country Tracks.
Country music writer Tom Roland described “One’s on the Way” as a “humorous piece on motherhood,” wherein a stay-at-home mother in Topeka, Kansas (pregnant with the latest in a family of several children)
“Trouble in Paradise”, a song written by Kenny O'Dell, was recorded by Loretta Lynn for the MCA label, recorded on June 19, 1974, in
Bradley's Barn, Mt. Juliet, Tennessee, US. In the recording session Loretta was accompanied by: Ray Edenton (acoustic guitar), Grady Martin (electric guitar), Hal Rugg (steel), Harold Bradley (bass guitar), Bob Moore (bass), Buddy Harman (drums), Hargus Robbins (piano) and The Jordanaires. With the production of Owen Bradley, the song was released on August 14, 197
Song written and recorded by Loretta Lynn, for the Decca label, was recorded on November 25, 1970, at Bradley’s Barn, 722 Bender’s Ferry Road, Mount Juliet, TN. Loretta was accompanied in the recording by, Ray Edenton (acoustic guitar), Dale Sellars (guitar), Hal Rugg (steel), Harold Bradley (electric guitar, bass & guitar), Junior Huskey (bass), Buddy Harman (drums), Hargus Robbins (piano) and The Jordanaires. With the production of Owen Bradley, the song was released in February 1971, on the U
Recorded at Decca in 30 August 1968 , “Your Squaw Is on the Warpath” was released as a single in 30 August 1968 ( as single from album “ “Your Squaw Is on the Warpath” of Loretta Lynn) . Written by Loretta Lynn, it climbed to 3 on the US Billboard Country charts in early 1969. The song became her thirteenth top ten single under the Decca recording label. Additionally, the song peaked at number seventeen on the Canadian RPM Country Songs chart during this same period.
On the original 45 record,
Song written and recorded by Loretta Lynn, was recorded on January 9, 1968, at Bradley’s Barn, Mt. Juliet, Tennessee, US. Recorded for the Decca label, with the production of Owen Bradley. It was released on February 12, 1968, the song would reach number one of the country charts USA, on April 20, 1968, it would be 17 weeks on the list, it would be his second number one of his career. He also reached number one on the country charts of Canada. The song would be included on the album of the same
“Making Believe” was written years ago by country musician Jimmy Work. Although he recorded the song himself, his version was overshadowed by a cover recorded by Kitty Wells. Wells brought the song to the second spot on the country chart, while Work’s recording peaked at the fifth spot.
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