Tammy Wynette

First Lady / We Sure Can Love Each Other Reviews

First Lady / We Sure Can Love Each Other

Digitally remastered two-fer containing a pair of albums form the country great The First Lady and We Sure Can Love Each Other. When these two albums were released in 1970 and 1971 Tammy was the hottest property in country music having won the Country Music Association’s Female Vocalist of the Year in 1968, 1969 and 1970. The First Lady includes the #1 single ‘Run, Woman, Run’ and the title track from We Sure Can Love Each Other reached #2 in the Billboard Country Charts. Both albums were produced by Billy Sherrill and feature background vocals by the Jordanaires. In 1998 Tammy was posthumously inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame, having sold more than 30 million records, reached No. 1 some 20 times and become the first female Country artist to sell a million albums. These albums appear for the first time on CD.

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Tears Of Fire: The 25th Anniversary Collection

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Tears Of Fire: The 25th Anniversary CollectionSometimes it is hard to be a woman. That, of course, is the central line in Tammy Wynette’s signature song, and the message that she conveyed repeatedly over the course of her three-decades-long recording career. Wynette was uniquely suited to convey pathos with pluck. She, along with Loretta Lynn, pretty much defined country music from the female perspective from the late ’60s through the ’70s. But while Lynn presented a mostly amiable façade, Wynette was the more gripping and imposing artist. For starters, she possessed pipes that could tear your heart out of your chest. Tears of Fire (and what and excellent–and appropriate–title) gathers all her hits and a few oddities (1964’s pre-flight “You Can Steal Me,” her weird but captivating 1991 collaboration with the urban dance unit the KLF) in one three-disc package. Old fans will find this essential; the merely curious with a skewed outlook on the down-home diva based on “Stand by Your Man” will be stunned by how talented Wynette really was. –Steven Stolder

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George Jones & Tammy Wynette – Me And The First Lady/We’re Gonna Hold On/Golden Ring Reviews

George Jones & Tammy Wynette – Me And The First Lady/We’re Gonna Hold On/Golden Ring

Digitally re-mastered two CD set containing a trio of duet albums from country legends George Jones and Tammy Wynette originally released in 1972, 1973 and 1976. All three made the Top 5 US Country charts, with Golden Ring being a #1 album. The singles ‘We’re Gonna Hold On’ and ‘Golden Ring’ were #1 singles on the Billboard country charts. Married at the time of these recordings, Jones and Wynette divorced in 1976, but continued to work professionally together.

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Tammy Wynette – 20 Greatest Hits Reviews

Tammy Wynette – 20 Greatest Hits

A score of unforgettable hits by the late great First Lady of Country Music. Includes Stand by Your Man; I Don’t Wanna Play House; D-I-V-O-R-C-E; Take Me to Your World; Run, Woman, Run; ‘Til I Get It Right; You and Me; Kids Say the Darndest Things; ‘Til I Can Make It on My Own; Singing My Song; the Ways to Love a Man; Bedtime Story; My Man (Understands), and more.

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Legendary Performances: Tammy Wynette

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Country star Tammy Wynette performs hits including ‘Stand By Your Man’, ‘Your Good Girl’s Gonna Go Bad’ and ‘D-I-V-O-R-C-E’. The collection also includes interviews and footage from the star’s wedding to George Richey.

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In 1998, country singer Tammy Wynette died at her Nashville home at age 55. In 2014, actor Mickey Rooney, 93, died in North Hollywood. Ten years ago: At the death penalty trial of al-Qaida conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui, former New York City Mayor …
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The Definitive Collection

The Definitive Collection

She’s often been called the ‘Queen of Country Music’ and I don’t know if you’ll find anyone more qualified to wear that crown other than Dolly Parton. From her early hits like ‘Stand By Your Man’ and ‘D-I-V-O-R-C-E’ right up to her collaboration with the KLF on ‘Justified & Ancient’, Wynette was Country music personified. The sadness, anger or joy of the lyrics became part of who Wynette was: A classy Country diva who was tough and strong yet had a heart of gold. 27 tracks. SMS.

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Ways to Love a Man / Tammy’s Touch Reviews

Ways to Love a Man / Tammy’s Touch

Raven presents for the first time on CD, two classic albums from the ‘First Lady of Country Music’ – Tammy Wynette. Under the production guidance of the great Billy Sherrill, 1969’s The Ways To Love A Man yielded two #1 US hits in The Ways To Love A Man and Singing My Song, unforgettable examples of country heartache and inner strength. In Wynette’s hands they are definitive and timeless, underpinned by the emotion in her distinctive and powerful vocal delivery. 1970’s Tammy’s Touch delivered two more big hits, I’ll See Him Through (#2) and He Loves Me All The Way (#1). Complete with bonus tracks culled from non-album B-sides and the Run, Angel, Run film soundtrack this remarkable 2-for-1 release represents outstanding value for the Wynette aficionado and country music fans in general. Two of Tammy Wynette’s greatest albums – on CD for the first time. Includes three #1 US Country hits and four hard-to-get Bonus Tracks. Extensive liner notes, period images and superb quality audio.

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Stand By Your Man

Stand By Your Man

Highlighted by Tammy’s first #1 and signature song, “Stand By Your Man,” this 20-bit digitally remastered reissue also features 2 unreleased bonus tracks: “I’m Only A Woman” and “There’s Quite A Difference.” Tammy Wynette’s third album (released in early 1969) certainly doesn’t mess with the image Wynette was solidifying with the title song, her fourth solo No. 1 country single. Virtually every tune is about a broken family, the biggest tearjerker in a whole set of ’em being “Don’t Make Me Go to School,” which tells the story from a fourth-grade child’s point of view. On “There’s Quite a Woman,” one of two bonus tracks, Wynette worries about whether her daughter will be able to cut it as a mom and wife. For all its limited scope (and interest), the CD does recall how much of her early work managed a ’40s and ’50s pop feel, despite stone country songs and instrumentation. And Wynette’s voice already has that irresistible throb, though it’s not as expansive as it would become, and producer Billy Sherrill has to hide her shortcomings under bombastic production. –John Morthland

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