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Loretta Lynn introduced the world to a crucial aspect of American life that was rarely acknowledged when she released her 1970 autobiographical album, Coal Miner’s Daughter. Already a country star with chart-topping singles, this title track, led a string of #1 hits and became her first recording inducted into the GRAMMY® Hall Of Fame. In addition, she was among a notable list of singer/songwriters who brought a woman’s perspective to country music. 2021 celebrates the 50th Anniversary of this landmark album.
A1. Coal Miner’s Daughter A2. Hello Darlin’ A3. Less of Me A4. Any One, Any Worse, Any Where A5. For the Good Times A6. The Man of the House
B1. What Makes Me Tick B2. Another Man Loved Me Last Night B3. It’ll Be Open Season on You B4. Too Far B5. Snowbird