Loretta Lynn will release her new album 'Wouldn't It Be Great' on August 18th. Stephen J. Cohen/Getty. On the eve of her 85th birthday, the indomitable Loretta Lynn has announced Wouldn’t It Be Great, a new studio LP that will showcase songs written or co-written by the Country Music Hall of Fame icon. Set for release Friday, August 18th, the collection consists of new songs as well as a handful of her signature tunes, including updated interpretations of two of country music’s most acclaimed classics, the artist’s own Coal Miner’s Daughter and Don’t Come Home a-Drinkin’ . Lynn returns to the Ryman Auditorium that night and the next for a pair of shows, and each ticket purchased for those performances will also include a copy of the Wouldn’t It Be Great album. Wouldn’t It Be Great track listing
Wouldn't It Be Great is the forty-fifth solo studio album by American country music singer-songwriter Loretta Lynn. It was released by Sony Legacy on September 28, 2018. The album is produced by Lynn's daughter Patsy Lynn Russell and John Carter Cash, the son of Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash. The album is the third in a planned series of five albums recorded at Cash Cabin Studio in Hendersonville, Tennessee, following 2016's Full Circle and White Christmas Blue.
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Loretta made waves in the American music world with 2016’s Full Circle, her first album in more than a decade. A powerful return-to-form, acclaimed by fans and critics alike, the album debuted at No. 4 on Billboard’s country charts (Loretta’s 40th Top 10 country album and her highest-charting album ever on the Billboard 200) and was nominated for Best Country Album at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards.
A new Loretta Lynn album is on the way, the icon’s label announced Thursday. Produced by Lynn’s daughter Patsy Lynn Russell and longtime family friend John Carter Cash (son of the legendary Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash), the set is featured as one of the most deeply personal albums of her career, according to a release.
Here's what you should know about the country music legend USA TODAY. Wouldn’t It Be Great" is vintage and contemporary Loretta Lynn, at the very peak of her powers. Loretta Lynn's new album: In 'Wouldn't It Be Great,' great is an understatement. Bob Doerschuk, Special to USA TODAY Published 9:17 . 27, 2018 Updated 2:12 . After savoring "Wouldn’t It Be Great," it becomes clear that "great" is barely adequate to describe Loretta Lynn and her legacy
Lynn's new album Wouldn't It Be Great, produced by her daughter Patsy Lynn Russell and John Carter Cash (the offspring of her contemporaries Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash), is a showcase of her songwriting across eras, modes and moods, as well as the shrewd evolution of her expression. It's worth noting that though she's written a good many of the memorable entries in her catalog, she's never limited herself to recording songs from her own pe. The title track, a stately acoustic ballad, is a song that she previously released as a single in the mid-'80s, and.
Artist: Loretta Lynn. Album: Wouldn’t It Be Great. Tracklist: 01 – Wouldn’t It Be Great 02 – Ruby’s Stool 03 – I’m Dying For Someone To Live For 04 – Another Bridge To Burn 05 – Ain’t No Time To Go 06 – God Makes No Mistakes 07 – These Ole Blues 08 – My Angel Mother 09 – Don’t Come Home a Drinkin’ 10 – The Big Man 11 – Lulie Vars 12 – Darkest Day 13 –.
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|A||Wouldn't It Be Great
Written-By – L. Lynn*
|B||One Man Band
Written-By – D. Roth*, T. Tappan*
- Manufactured By – MCA Records, Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – MCA Records, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – MCA Records, Inc.
- Published By – Coal Miners Music Inc.
- Published By – Sure Fire Music
- Published By – Ronzomatic Music
- Published By – Goldsboro Songs, Inc.
- Producer – Jimmy Bowen, Loretta Lynn
NotesFrom the MCA LP, MCA-5613, "Just A Woman"
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A Side Label): MC 17046
- Matrix / Runout (B Side Label): MC 17049
- Rights Society: BMI
- Rights Society: ASCAP
|MCA-52706||Loretta Lynn||Wouldn't It Be Great (7", Single, Promo)||MCA Records||MCA-52706||US||1985|