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Loretta Lynn - You're Lookin' At Country flac album

Loretta Lynn - You're Lookin' At Country flac album Performer: Loretta Lynn
Title: You're Lookin' At Country
Style: Country
Released: 1971
Country: US
MP3 album: 1214 mb
FLAC album: 1669 mb
Rating: 4.1
Other formats: MP3 AA MMF DMF VOX TTA ASF
Genre: Folk / World music

You're Lookin' at Country is the eighteenth solo studio album by American country music singer-songwriter Loretta Lynn. It was released on September 20, 1971, by Decca Records.

You're Lookin' At Country. A2. Love Whatcha Got At Home. A3. Take Me Home, Country Roads. Loretta Lynn-You're Lookin at Country 2:25.

Lynn wrote "You're Lookin' At Country" in response to viewing the open country while touring on the road. Lynn said in an interview that she was inspired by all the meadows and hills that she saw while passing through the country to write this song. The song was unlike anything Lynn had been releasing at the time, besides "Coal Miner's Daughter" from the previous year. This was because the song did not speak of the common subjects Lynn often used in her songs, such as drunk husbands, adultery, and fighting back.

Artists Loretta Lynn You're Lookin' at Country. You're Lookin' at Country Loretta Lynn. You're Lookin' at Country. This album has an average beat per minute of 76 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 76/76 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist You're Lookin' at Country. 1.

You’re Lookin’ at Country. You’re Lookin’ at Country Tracklist. You're Lookin' At Country Lyrics. 2. Love Whatcha Got at Home Lyrics. Writers Loretta Lynn. More Loretta Lynn albums.

You're Lookin' at Country" is a country music song written and made famous by Loretta Lynn in mid 1971. YouTube Encyclopedic. Lynn wrote "You're Lookin' At Country" in response to viewing the open country while touring on the road. This was because the song did not speak of the common subjects Lynn often used in her songs such as, drunk husbands, adultery, and fighting back.

Loretta Lynn - "You Ain’t Woman Enough". This 1966 song of warning to another woman who had designs on the singer’s man - inspired by a real-life incident - has become one of the most covered of Lynn's songs over the years. The Grateful Dead performed this song in concert during the early 1970s, and Martina McBride paid homage to Lynn with a cover of the song on her 2005 album Timeless. But, perhaps the most interesting performance of this song goes to Dwayne The Rock Johnson, who recorded it as an extra for the 2005 film Be Cool.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 You're Lookin' At Country
Written-By – Loretta Lynn
2:15
A2 Love Whatcha Got At Home
Written-By – Loretta Lynn, Peggy Sue Wells*
2:11
A3 Take Me Home, Country Roads
Written-By – Bill Danoff, John Denver, Taffy Nivert
2:14
A4 Kinfolks Holler
Written-By – Venda Holliday
2:10
A5 Close My Eyes
Written-By – Loretta Lynn
2:18
A6 Indian Lake
Written-By – Tony Romeo
2:44
B1 I'd Rather Be Sorry
Written-By – Kris Kristofferson
2:48
B2 From Now On
Written-By – Loretta Lynn
2:16
B3 You Can't Hold On To Love
Written-By – Glenn Johnson
2:35
B4 Country Girl (Just Home From Town)
Written-By – Venda Holliday
2:15
B5 I Burn't The Little Roadside Tavern Down
Written-By – Bill Howard
2:14

Credits

  • Liner Notes – Teddy Wilburn
  • Mastered By – DWJ*

Notes

This is the original 1971 Decca DL 75310 Stereo release.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: 7-12906 DWJ 1
  • Matrix / Runout: 7-12907 DWJ 1

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MCA-39 Loretta Lynn You're Lookin' At Country ‎(LP, Album, RE) MCA Records MCA-39 US 1980
6-5310 Loretta Lynn You're Lookin' At Country ‎(8-Trk, Album) Decca 6-5310 US Unknown
MAPS 5244 Loretta Lynn You're Lookin' At Country ‎(LP, Album) MCA Records, Inc. MAPS 5244 Germany Unknown
COP/S 5244 Loretta Lynn You're Lookin' At Country ‎(LP) MCA Records COP/S 5244 Australia 1971
73-5310 Loretta Lynn You're Lookin' At Country ‎(Cass) Decca 73-5310 US 1971


Comments: (1)
Dusar
Awesome songs on this LP, especially Indian Lake and I burnt the little roadside tavern down!