Lynn, Loretta

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Back To The Country
New - LP - 471
Sealed 1975 Original. more
Before I'm Over You
New - LP - DL 4541
Sealed, Rare 1964 Mono Original. Pristine Copy. more
Coal Miner's Daughter
Used - LP - DL 75253
1970 Rainbow Label Original Housed In A Textured Cover With Shrink Wrap Intact. LP Appears Unplayed. more
Don't Come Home A Drinkin' (With Lovin' On Your Mind)
New - LP - MCA-113
Sealed Long Out Of Print 1980 Stereo Repress, Formerly DL7-4842. Original Korvattes Price Tag On Shrink. more
Entertainer Of The Year: Loretta
New - LP - MCA 300
Sealed. Includes "Rated X" - A Lynn Classic. more
Greatest Hits
New - LP - DL 75000
Sealed 1968 Heavy Vinyl Stereo Compilation. These Are All The Songs Which Caught Jack White's Attention. Archival Condition. more
Greatest Hits, Volume II
New - LP - MCA 2353
Sealed 1974 Compilation. more
Greatest Hits, Volume II
New - LP - 420
Sealed 1974 Compilation. Columbia Record Club Pressing. more
Here I Am Again
New - LP - DL 7-5381
Sealed 1972 Original. more
Used - LP - DL 74695
Rare 1965 White Label Promo Stereo Original. Jacket Has a Super Light And Small Top Right Corner Crease, Vinyl - Outside Of Some Sleeve Dotting - Is Beautiful. "Loretta Lynn's Fourth Album -- Fifth If You Count Her Duet Record With Ernest Tubb From Earlier In 1965 -- Is A Collection Of Christian Songs But, Despite The Title, The Record Is Actually About Evenly Divided Between Traditional Church Music And What Would Eventually Come To Be Called Contemporary Christian Music. The Rollicking Opening Track, "Everybody Wants To Go To Heaven (But Nobody Wants To Die)," Biblical Verse Or No, Sounds More Like A Classic Sun Records Rockabilly Single, Complete With Slapback Bass And Scotty Moore-Style Guitar, Than Anything One Would Be Likely To Hear On A Sunday Morning. That Song Is A Lynn Original, As Is The Closing "Where I Learned How To Pray," A Sentimental Weeper In The Classic Style. In Between, Lynn Essays Traditional Hymns And Newer Classics Of The Style Like The Rev. Thomas A. Dorsey's Immortal "There'll Be Peace In The Valley For Me," The Arrangement Of Which Strongly Recalls Elvis' Hit Version. A Relative Rarity Among Lynn's Albums." - Stewart Mason, Amg more
I Lie
New - LP - 5293
1982 Sealed Original With Saw Cut. Cover Has Creases. more
I Like 'Em Country
New - LP - DL 74744
Sealed 1966 Stereo Original, Small COH. more
I Remember Patsy
New - LP - 2265
Sealed 1977 Gatefold Original. more
I Wanna Be Free
New - LP - DL 75282
Sealed 1971 Original. Pristine Copy. more
Lookin' Good
New - LP - MCA 5148
Sealed 1980 Original. more
New - LP - MCA 3217
Sealed 1980 Original, COH. more
New - LP - 3217
Sealed 1980 Original With Gold "Platinum Plus" Gold Stamp On Front Jacket. Saw-Cut. more
Loretta Lynn Sings
Used - LP - DL 4457
Beautiful And Very Rare 1963 Pink Label DJ Mono Original. Lynn's Debut Record. Back Jacket Has A Touch Of Ring Wear, Vinyl Displays Some Concentric Waviness Resulting From Inner Poly Bag That Does Not Impact Play Whatsoever. Lone Stray Spindle On Side 2. more
Loretta Lynn's Greatest Hits Vol. II
Used - LP - MCA-420
1974 Original. Witness Why Jack White Produced Her 2011 Van Lear Rose Album. more
Loretta Lynn's Greatest Hits Vol. II
Used - LP - MCA-420
1974 Original. Witness Why Jack White Produced Her 2011 Van Lear Rose Album. "Loretta Lynn's Greatest Hits Vol. II" is a compilation album by American country singer-songwriter Loretta Lynn. The album features some of Lynn's biggest hits from the late 1960s and early 1970s, including "Coal Miner's Daughter," "Love Is the Foundation," "Fist City," and "You're Lookin' at Country." The release of "Loretta Lynn's Greatest Hits Vol. II" came at a time when Lynn was at the peak of her career. She had already established herself as a leading female country artist with hits like "Don't Come Home A-Drinkin' (With Lovin' on Your Mind)" and "You Ain't Woman Enough (To Take My Man)." The album helped solidify her status as one of the genre's most successful and influential artists. more
Love Is The Foundation
New - LP - 355
Sealed, Rare 1973 Original. more
Out Of My Head And Back In My Bed
New - LP - 2330
Sealed 1977 Original. Jacket Is VG+. more
Remember Patsy
New - LP - 37080
Sealed 1977 Second Issue With Gold MCA-1621 Stamp On Front Jacket. Small Cut Out Hole. more
Remember Patsy
New - LP - 37080
Sealed 1977 Original. Lynn Works Her Way Through The Patsy Cline Catalog. Includes A 7 Minute Conversation With Lynn About Patsy. more
Singin' With Feelin'
New - LP - DL 74930
Sealed 1967 Stereo Original. “She Was Into The Double Digits With Albums On Decca By The Time This Was Released, And Although Recording Them Involved A Formula And Must Have Settled Into A Kind Of Science, What A Great Scientist Loretta Lynn Is. "Vocal With Instrumental Accompaniment" Is The Understated Totality Of The Liner Notes. Permanent Pedal Steel Partner Hal Rugg, Joined At The Hip To Lynn, Is His Brilliant Self. He Is Sometimes Driven Into Near Frenzy By His Trading Partner On Electric Guitar. Drums Are Especially Crisp And Snappy On The Numbers That Shuffle Or Swing. Lynn Also Has Her Fingers In The Pop Pie, Making "Secret Love," At That Time A Hit For Doris Day, Sound Just Like It Was A Loretta Lynn Song. Country Music Is Of Course Known For Tragedy And There Is Plenty Of That Here To Savor. But The High Point Of The Album Is, Surprisingly, A Cute Bit Of Fluff Entitled "It's Such A Pretty World Today." Lynn Puts Literally Oodles Of Good Feeling Into The Lyrics By Dale Noe, Resulting In A Song That Could Probably Brighten Up The Worst Of Days.” - Eugene Chadbourne, All Music Guide more
Somebody Somewhere
New - LP - 2228
Sealed 1976 Original With Original Woolco Price Tag On Shrink Wrap. more
They Don't Make 'Em Like My Daddy
New - LP - 444
Sealed 1974 Original. “A Real Gem! Loretta Lynn Has Always Been One Of Country Music's Great Singers, But On This Album She Transcends The Often Rigid Boundaries Of Country Music And Lays Down Some Great Honky Tonk, Rock & Roll Tunes, As Well As Several Convincing Tear-Swept Ballads. "Trouble In Paradise," For One, Is An Amazingly Melodic And Gritty Rocker That Sounds Like The Lost Song Of The Stones' Country Catalogue, A Perfect Counterpart To "Dead Flowers" Or "Torn & Frayed," And "I've Never Been This Far Before" Perfectly Evokes The Anxiety Of First Love.” - Steve Kurutz, AMG more
Van Lear Rose
New - LP - TMR063
Sealed 2010 Original Produced And Arranged By Jack White. more
Van Lear Rose
Colored Vinyl - TMR 311
Sealed 2015 Release Of Third Man Records Vault Package #24 (Missing Pin & Button). Limited Edition Gold Vinyl Mastered Directly From The Original Analog Source, Also Contains Gold Foil Stamped And Embossed Postcard Inspired By Album Lettering. Produced And Arranged By Jack White. more
We've Come A Long Way Baby
New - LP - 3073
Sealed 1979 Original. more
Wings Upon Your Horns
New - LP - DL 75163
Sealed 1970 Original. more
Woman Of The World / To Make A Man
New - LP - DL 75113
Sealed 1969 Original With CC. more
Writes 'Em And Sings 'Em
New - LP - DL 75198
Sealed 1970 Original. more
You Ain't Woman Enough
New - LP - 6
Sealed 2nd Issue Of DL7-4783. more
You're Lookin' At Country
Used - LP - DL 75310
Mint Rainbow Label Stereo Original. more
You're Lookin' At Country
New - LP - DL 75310
Sealed 1971 Rainbow Label Stereo Original. more
Your Squaw Is On The Warpath
New - LP - DL 75084
Sealed 1969 Original. The Cover? The Title Track? Totally Wrong, But Completely Classic. more
Your Squaw Is On The Warpath
New - LP - DL 75084
Sealed 1969 Stereo Original. Cut Corner. The Cover? The Title Track? Totally Wrong, But Completely Classic. more

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