V.A. - Country Soul Sisters - The Rise of Women in Country Music 1952-74
A1Dolly Parton - Don't Let It Trouble Your Mind
A2Lynn Anderson - Fancy
A3Jeannie C. Riley - I've Done A Lot of Livin' Since Then
A4Bobbie Gentry - Reunion
A5Tammy Wynette - Tonight My Baby's Coming Home
A6Jean Shepard - A Satisfied Mind
B1Nancy Sinatra - Get While the Gettin's Good
B2Tanya Tucker - California Cotton Fields
B3Sammie Smith - Saunders Ferry Line
B4Connie Smith - If It Ain't Love
B5Jean Shepard - Two Whoops and A Holler
B6Billie Jo Spears - Mr Walker
C1Patsy Cline - Ain't No Wheels On This Ship
C2Barbara Fairchild - Color My World
C3Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn - You're The Reason Our Kids Are Ugly
C4Jeannie C. Riley - Harper Valley PTA
C5Jody Miller - A Woman Left Lonely
C6Kitty Wells - Delta Dawn
C7Diana Trask - Show Me
D1Norma Jean - He's All I Got
D2Bobbie Gentry - Ode To Billie Joe
D3Bonnie Guitar - Tender Words
D4Barbara Mandrell - Husband Stealer
D5Diana Trask - I'll Never Do You Wrong
D6Kitty Wells - It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels

Country Soul Sisters - The Rise of Women in Country Music 1952-74

Soul Jazz | Artikel-Nr: 285971
Vinyl 2LP | 2012 / UK – Original | Neuware
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Titel:Country Soul Sisters - The Rise of Women in Country Music 1952-74
Label:Soul Jazz
Format:Vinyl 2LP, Vinyl, LP
Pressung:UK – Original
Release Date:2012
Genre:Rock & Indie
Erhältlich seit:04.10.2012
Preis:25,99 €
Gewicht:500g (plus 250g Verpackung)
The album comes with extensive sleevenotes charting the rise of female artists in country music from early stars such as Patsy Cline and Kitty Wells up to the astute-minded superstar figures such as Dolly Parton - whose businesses currently include the theme park Dollywood, a film production company as well as a philanthropic literacy campaign, ‘Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library’. This album also features artists such as Nancy Sinatra, Bobbie Gentry who also made country music but existed outside the traditional Nashville framework as well as artists with a leaning towards country soul music such as Jeannie C Riley, Diana Trask and Barbara Mandrell. Far from the traditional conservative image of country music this album features songs about female empowerment as well as a number of radical subjects – Prostitution, abortion, death and angels, workplace sexual exploitation, small town bigotry and more – from Kitty Wells’ groundbreaking It Wasn’t God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels to Jean Shepherd’s Two Whoops and A Holler - where she sings that a woman who drinks, smokes or tells a joke is lower than a piece of ham in the eyes of men.
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