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Still Woman Enough

2021

Still Woman Enough (2021)

Still Woman Enough is Loretta's fiftieth solo studio album and was released in January 2021. Showcasing other female country stars from across the generations, the album contained re-releases of previous hits, which were just as fresh and relevant as ever. The album reached the Top 10 in the US and the UK, becoming her 44th Top 10 album, released over a period of 48 years. The Queen of Country is Still Woman Enough.
  1. Still Woman Enough
  2. Keep On The Sunny Side
  3. Honky Tonk Girl
  4. I Don't Feel At Home Anymore
  5. Old Kentucky Home
  6. Coal Miner's Daughter (Recitation)
  7. One's On The Way
  8. I Wanna Be Free
  9. Where No One Stands Alone
  10. I'll Be All Smiles Tonight
  11. I Saw The Light
  12. My Love
  13. You Ain't Woman Enough

Wouldn’t It Be Great

2018

Wouldn’t It Be Great (2018)

One of Loretta's most deeply personal albums, Wouldn’t It Be Great communicated the hard truths and spiritual insights that she had gathered throughout her life. Comprised entirely of songs written (or co-written) by Loretta, the album had new compositions alongside soulful reinterpretations of enduring classics from her catalog. Peaking at No. 8 on the country chart, it also broke into the Top 100 of the pop chart upon its September 2018 release.
  1. Wouldn't It Be Great?
  2. Ruby's Stool
  3. I'm Dying for Someone to Live For
  4. Another Bridge to Burn
  5. Ain't No Time to Go
  6. God Makes No Mistakes
  7. These Ole Blues
  8. My Angel Mother
  9. Don't Come Home a Drinkin'
  10. The Big Man
  11. Lulie Vars
  12. Darkest Day
  13. Coal Miner's Daughter

White Christmas Blue

2016

White Christmas Blue (2016)

Fifty years after her first Christmas album, Country Christmas, Loretta released her latest country Christmas album, White Christmas Blue. The title track was co-written by Loretta and features two re-releases of songs from her original festive release, "To Heck With Ole Santa Claus" and "Country Christmas". Charting at No. 26 on the country chart, the album was released in October 1966.
  1. White Christmas Blue
  2. Country Christmas
  3. Winter Wonderland
  4. Away In A Manger
  5. Blue Christmas
  6. To Heck With Ole Santa Claus
  7. Frosty The Snowman
  8. Oh Come, All Ye Faithful
  9. Jingle Bells
  10. White Christmas
  11. Silent Night
  12. 'Twas The Night Before Christmas

Full Circle

2016

Full Circle (2016)

Loretta's first new solo album since 2004 was an emotionally grounded, powerful reflection on her past. Containing iconic country songs, re-releases of her previous hits, and brand-newly written material, Loretta brought her self-assurance and excellent voice to breathe new life into all these songs. The album charted at No. 4 in the US country charts, No. 1 in the UK country chart, and at 19 on the US pop chart, as well as featuring on the pop charts in Australia, Belgium, Canada and Denmark.
  1. Whispering Sea (Introduction)
  2. Whispering Sea
  3. Secret Love
  4. Who's Gonna Miss Me?
  5. Black Jack David
  6. Everybody Wants To Go To Heaven
  7. Always On My Min
  8. Wine Into Water
  9. In The Pines
  10. Band Of Gold
  11. Fist City
  12. I Never Will Marry
  13. Everything It Takes
  14. Lay Me Down

Hymns & Gospel Favorites

2015

Hymns & Gospel Favorites (2015)

  1. In the Sweet Bye and Bye
  2. How Great Thou Art
  3. Just a Closer Walk With Thee
  4. Who Says God is Dead
  5. The Old Rugged Cross
  6. Just a Little Talk With Jesus
  7. If I Could Hear My Mother Pray Again
  8. In the Garden
  9. I Feel Like Traveling On
  10. I Believe
  11. When They Ring Those Golden Bells
  12. Old Camp Meetin' Time
  13. Where No One Stands Alone
  14. Softly and Tenderly

Icon

2011

Icon (2011)

  1. Blue Kentucky Girl
  2. You Ain't Woman Enough (to Take My Man)
  3. Don't Come Home A-Drinkin' (With Lovin' on Your Mind)
  4. Fist City
  5. Coal Miner's Daughter
  6. After the Fire is Gone
  7. You're Looking at Country
  8. One's On The Way
  9. Rated "X"
  10. Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man
  11. The Pill
  12. She's Got You

All Time Gospel Favorites

2011

All Time Gospel Favorites (2011)

  1. When the Roll Is Called Up Yonder
  2. Just a Closer Walk with Thee
  3. Amazing Grace
  4. I Feel Like Traveling On
  5. Swing Low, Sweet Chariot
  6. Old Rugged Cross
  7. If I Could Hear My Mother Pray Again
  8. What a Friend We Have in Jesus
  9. Old Time Religion
  10. In the Garden

Coal Miner’s Daughter: A Tribute to Loretta Lynn

2010

Coal Miner’s Daughter: A Tribute to Loretta Lynn (2010)

  1. Don't Come Home A-Drinkin' (With Lovin' on Your Mind)
  2. I'm a Honky Tonk Girl
  3. Rated "X"
  4. You're Lookin' at Country
  5. Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man
  6. You Ain't Woman Enough (to Take My Man)
  7. Love is the Foundation
  8. After the Fire is Gone
  9. If You're Not Gone Too Long
  10. I Know How
  11. Somebody Somewhere (Don't Know What He's Missin' Tonight)
  12. Coal Miner's Daughter \

50th Anniversary Collection

2010

50th Anniversary Collection (2010)

  1. I'm a Honky Tonk Girl
  2. Success
  3. Wine, Women and Song
  4. Happy Birthday
  5. Blue Kentucky Girl
  6. You Ain't Woman Enough (to Take My Man)
  7. Don't Come Home A-Drinkin' (With Lovin' on Your Mind)
  8. Fist City
  9. You've Just Stepped In (From Stepping Out On Me)
  10. Your Squaw Is On The Warpath
  11. Woman of The World (Leave My World Alone)
  12. To Make a Man (Feel Like a Man)
  13. Coal Miner's Daughter
  14. After the Fire is Gone
  15. I Wanna Be Free
  16. You're Looking at Country
  17. Lead Me On
  18. One's On The Way
  19. Here I am Again
  20. Rated "X"
  21. Love Is The Foundation
  22. Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man
  23. Hey Loretta
  24. They Don't Make 'Em Like My Daddy Anymore
  25. As Soon As I Hang Up The Phone
  26. Trouble In Paradise
  27. The Pill
  28. Feelins'
  29. When the Tingle Becomes a Chill
  30. The Letter
  31. Somebody Somewhere (Don't Know What He's Missin' Tonight)
  32. She's Got You
  33. I Can't Love You Enough
  34. Out of My Head and Back In My Bed
  35. I Can't Feel You Anymore
  36. I Still Believe in Waltzes

Legends of the Grand Ole Opry: Loretta Lynn Singing Her Early Hits Live!

2008

Legends of the Grand Ole Opry: Loretta Lynn Singing Her Early Hits Live! (2008)

  1. Wine, Women and Song
  2. When Lonely Hits Your Heart
  3. Before I'm Over You
  4. Blue Kentucky Girl
  5. You Ain't Woman Enough
  6. Success
  7. Don't Come Home A-Drinkin' (With Lovin' on Your Mind)
  8. What Kind of Girl (Do You Think I Am?)
  9. Happy Birthday
  10. The Other Woman
  11. If You're Not Gone Too Long
  12. We're Not Kids Anymore
  13. The Darkest Day
  14. The Third Man

Gold

2006

Gold (2006)

  1. I'm a Honky Tonk Girl
  2. Success
  3. Before I'm Over You
  4. Wine, Women and Song
  5. Mr. and Mrs. Used to Be
  6. Happy Birthday
  7. Blue Kentucky Girl
  8. Dear Uncle Sam
  9. You Ain't Woman Enough (To Take My Man)
  10. Don't Come Home A-Drinkin' (With Lovin' on Your Mind)
  11. Fist City
  12. You've Just Stepped In (From Stepping out on Me)
  13. Your Squaw Is on the Warpath
  14. Woman of the World (Leave My World Alone)
  15. To Make a Man (Fell Like a Man)
  16. You Wanna Give Me a Lift
  17. Coal Miner's Daughter
  18. After the Fire is Gone
  19. You're Looking at Country
  20. I Wanna Be Free
  21. One's on the Way
  22. Rated "X"
  23. The Pill
  24. Love is the Foundation
  25. Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man
  26. Hey Loretta
  27. The Don't Make 'Em Like My Daddy Anymore
  28. Trouble in Paradise
  29. When the Tingle Becomes a Chill
  30. Somebody Somewhere (Don't Know What He's Missing Tonight)
  31. She's Got You
  32. Out of My Head and Back in My Bed
  33. I Can't Feel You Anymore
  34. I Lie
  35. Silver Threads and Golden Needles
  36. Country in My Genes

20th Century Masters – The Christmas Collection

2005

20th Century Masters – The Christmas Collection (2005)

  1. Country Christmas
  2. Away in a Manger
  3. Santa Claus Is Coming to Town
  4. Silver Bells
  5. Blue Christmas
  6. It Won't Seem Like Christmas
  7. To Heck with Ole Santa Claus
  8. White Christmas
  9. Frosty the Snowman
  10. Christmas Without Daddy
  11. I Won't Decorate Your Christmas Tree
  12. Gift of the Blues

Definitive Collection

2005

Definitive Collection (2005)

  1. Wine, Women and Song
  2. Happy Birthday
  3. Blue Kentucky Girl
  4. You Ain't Woman Enough (To Take My Man)
  5. Don't Come Home A-Drinkin' (With Lovin' on Your Mind)
  6. Fist City
  7. You've Just Stepped In (From Stepping Out on Me)
  8. Woman of the World (Leave My World Alone)
  9. Coal Miner's Daughter
  10. After the Fire Is Gone
  11. You're Looking at Country
  12. Lead Me On
  13. One's on the Way
  14. Rated "X"
  15. The Pill
  16. Love is the Foundation
  17. Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man
  18. As Soon as I hang Up the Phone
  19. Trouble in Paradise
  20. When the Tingle Becomes a Chill
  21. Feelins'
  22. Out of My Head and Back in My Bed
  23. Somebody Somewhere (Don't Know What He's Missin' Tonight)
  24. She's Got You
  25. I Can't Feel You Anymore

The Gospel Spirit

2004

The Gospel Spirit (2004)

  1. Peace in the Valley
  2. When They Ring Those Golden Bells
  3. How Great Thou Art
  4. In the Sweet By and By
  5. I'd Rather Have Jesus
  6. The Old Rugged Cross
  7. Harp With Golden Strings
  8. He's Got the Whole World in His Hands
  9. Just a Closer Walk With Thee
  10. I Feel Like Traveling On
  11. Gethsemane
  12. Softly and Tenderly
  13. If God Is Dead (Who's This Living in My Soul)
  14. Just a Little Talk With Jesus

Van Lear Rose

2004

Van Lear Rose (2004)

Loretta's return to the country music scene started with Still Country but Van Lear Rose brought her back with a bang. Charting at No. 2 on the country chart, No. 24 on the pop chart, receiving five Grammy nominations and two wins, and garnering numerous accolades from writers, fans, and critics alike. All 15 songs on the album were written by Loretta and it featured and was produced by Jack White.
  1. Van Lear Rose
  2. Portland Oregon
  3. Trouble on the Line
  4. Family Tree
  5. Have Mercy
  6. High on a Mountain Top
  7. Little Red Shoes
  8. God Makes No Mistakes
  9. Women's Prison
  10. This Old House
  11. Mrs. Leroy Brown
  12. Miss Being Mrs.
  13. Story of My Life

All Time Greatest Hits

2002

All Time Greatest Hits (2002)

  1. Wine, Women and Song
  2. Happy Birthday
  3. You Ain't Woman Enough (To Take My Man)
  4. Don't Come Home A-Drinkin' (With Lovin' on Your Mind)
  5. Fist City
  6. You've Just Stepped In (From Stepping Out on Me)
  7. Woman of the World (Leave My World Alone)
  8. Coal Miner's Daughter
  9. After the Fire Is Gone
  10. Lead Me On
  11. One's on the Way
  12. Rated "X"
  13. Love Is the Foundation
  14. Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man
  15. As Soon as I Hang Up the Phone
  16. Trouble in Paradise
  17. When the Tingle Becomes a Chill
  18. Feelins'
  19. Out of My Head and Back in My Bed
  20. Somebody Somewhere (Don't Know What He's Missin' Tonight)
  21. She's Got You
  22. I Can't Feel You Anymore

20th Century Masters – The Millennium Collection: The Best Of Loretta Lynn, Vol. 2

2001

20th Century Masters – The Millennium Collection: The Best Of Loretta Lynn, Vol. 2 (2001)

  1. Wine, Women and Song
  2. Fist City
  3. You've Just Stepped In (From Stepping Out on Me)
  4. As Soon as I Hang Up the Phone
  5. You're Lookin' at Country
  6. When the Tingle Becomes a Chill
  7. The Pill
  8. Somebody Somewhere (Don't Know What He's Missin' Tonight)
  9. Trouble in Paradise
  10. I Can't Feel You Anymore
  11. Out of My Head and Back in My Bed
  12. I Lie

The Gift (Soundtrack)

2001

The Gift (Soundtrack) (2001)

  1. The Gift - (Christopher Young)
  2. Furnace Room Lullaby - (Neko Case)
  3. Great Divide - (Willie Nelson)
  4. Wastin' Time - (Waylon Jennings)
  5. Mama, Why? - (Loretta Lynn)
  6. Everybody Wants to Go to Heaven - (Loretta Lynn)
  7. All Alone - (Christopher Young)
  8. Beautiful Hills - (Hasil Adkins)
  9. Trouble Is a Lonesome Town - (Lee Hazlewood)
  10. In Case We Die - (Amy Nelson)
  11. I'm Alright - (The Souvenirs)
  12. If I Could Only Fly - (Merle Haggard)
  13. Pretty Girls - (Neko Case)
  14. A Picture of Me (Without You) - (George Jones)
  15. [Untitled]

Still Country

2000

Still Country (2000)

Still Country, Loretta's first solo release of new material in a dozen years, showed that she was still energetic and still feisty. Loretta said that no one was as country as she was when she first arrived in Nashville, and with this release she proves that she hasn't changed with the times. The album reached No. 37 in the charts.
  1. On My Own Again
  2. God's Country
  3. Table for Two
  4. Working Girl
  5. I Can't Hear the Music
  6. Country in My Genes
  7. Hold Her
  8. Don't Open That Door
  9. Somewhere Someone's Falling in Love
  10. The Blues Ain't Workin' on Me

The Ladies Of Christmas: Country Christmas Songs

2000

The Ladies Of Christmas: Country Christmas Songs (2000)

  1. Deck The Halls - (Loretta Lynn)
  2. What Child Is This - (Crystal Gayle)
  3. O Little Town Of Bethlehem - (Kim Carnes)
  4. O Come All Ye Faithful - (Brenda Lee)
  5. Joy To The World - (Jeannie C. Riley)
  6. Away In A Manger - (Loretta Lynn)
  7. Hallelujah - (Crystal Gayle)
  8. Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree - (Donna Fargo)
  9. Here Comes Santa Claus - (Lacy J. Dalton)
  10. Silent Night - (Louise Mandrell with Pedro Thomas)

20th Century Masters – The Millennium Collection: The Best of Conway Twitty & Loretta Lynn

2000

20th Century Masters – The Millennium Collection: The Best of Conway Twitty & Loretta Lynn (2000)

  1. After the Fire Is Gone
  2. Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man
  3. Lead Me On
  4. As Soon as I Hang Up the Phone
  5. Feelins'
  6. The Letter
  7. I Can't Love You Enough
  8. From Seven Til Ten
  9. You Know Just What I'd Do
  10. It's True Love
  11. Lovin' What Your Lovin' Does to Me
  12. I Still Believe in Waltzes

20th Century Masters – The Millennium Collection: The Best of Loretta Lynn

1999

20th Century Masters – The Millennium Collection: The Best of Loretta Lynn (1999)

  1. Coal Miner's Daughter
  2. You Ain't Woman Enough (To Take My Man)
  3. She's Got You
  4. Lead Me On
  5. Don't Come Home A-Drinkin' (With Lovin' on Your Mind)
  6. Love Is the Foundation
  7. One's on the Way
  8. Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man
  9. I Wanna Be Free
  10. Rated "X"
  11. Woman of the World (Leave My World Alone)
  12. Blue Kentucky Girl

Double Barrel Country: The Legends Of Country Music – Conway & Loretta

1999

Double Barrel Country: The Legends Of Country Music – Conway & Loretta (1999)

  1. Hello Darlin'
  2. That's My Job
  3. Linda on My Mind
  4. Crazy in Love
  5. Tight Fittin' Jeans
  6. Lead Me On
  7. After the Fire is Gone
  8. Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man
  9. As Soon as I Hang Up the Phone
  10. Feelins'

Double Barrel Country: The Legends Of Country Music – Patsy & Loretta

1999

Double Barrel Country: The Legends Of Country Music – Patsy & Loretta (1999)

  1. Crazy
  2. Sweet Dreams
  3. She's Got You
  4. I Fall to Pieces
  5. Walkin' After Midnight
  6. Coal Miner's Daughter
  7. You Ain't Woman Enough (To Take My Man)
  8. The Pill
  9. Don't Come Home A-Drinkin' (With Lovin' on Your Mind)
  10. One's on the Way

Country Classics – Johnny Cash, Loretta Lynn, Jerry Lee Lewis, Brenda Lee

1997

Country Classics – Johnny Cash, Loretta Lynn, Jerry Lee Lewis, Brenda Lee (1997)

  1. Fox On The Run - (Ton T. Hall)
  2. Anna Marie - (Jim Reeves)
  3. Silver Threads and Golden Needles - (Brenda Lee)
  4. Folsom Prison Blues - (Johnny Cash)
  5. Fist City - (Loretta Lynn)
  6. Another Place, Another Time - (Jerry Lee Lewis)
  7. Billy Bayou - (Jim Reeves)
  8. Y'all Come - (Loretta Lynn)
  9. Sunday Morning Coming Down - (Johnny Cash)
  10. Coming On Strong - (Brenda Lee)

All Time Gospel Favorites

1997

All Time Gospel Favorites (1997)

Loretta's 40th album release was her gospel album, All Time Gospel Favorites, which was released in August 1997. It featured 26 traditional gospel tracks, some of which were new recordings of her previously recorded gospel albums. The album was also re-released in an abridged version in both 2004 and 2012.
  1. How Great Thou Art
  2. Precious Memories
  3. In the Sweet Bye and Bye
  4. Amazing Grace
  5. When the Roll is Called Up Yonder
  6. What a Friend We Have in Jesus
  7. Wings of a Dove
  8. Are You Washed in the Blood
  9. Just a Closer Walk With Thee
  10. Swing Low, Sweet Chariot
  11. Peace in the Valley
  12. I Feel Like Traveling On
  13. Old Rugged Cross
  14. Will the Circle Be Unbroken
  15. In the Garden
  16. I'd Rather Have Jesus
  17. I'll Fly Away
  18. Softly and Tenderly
  19. A Message From Jesus
  20. Unclouded Day
  21. Old Time Religion
  22. Put Your Hand in the Hand
  23. If I Could Hear My Mother Pray Again
  24. The Church in the Wildwood
  25. I Believe
  26. When They Ring Those Golden Bells

Conway Twitty & Loretta Lynn Sing Their Biggest Hits

1997

Conway Twitty & Loretta Lynn Sing Their Biggest Hits (1997)

  1. Hello Darlin
  2. Play Guitar Play
  3. Georgia Keeps Pulling on My Ring
  4. Boogie Grass Band
  5. Happy Birthday Darlin'
  6. I'd Just Love to Lay You Down
  7. A Bridge That Just Won't Burn
  8. Tight Fittin' Jeans
  9. Red Neckin' Love Makin' Night
  10. (I Can't Believe) She Gives It All to Me
  11. (Lying Here With You) Linda on My Mind
  12. I've Never Seen the Likes of You
  13. Crazy in Love
  14. Coal Miner's Daughter
  15. Don't Come Home A-Drinkin' (With Lovin' on Your Mind)
  16. Fist City
  17. You're Looking at Country
  18. One's On The Way
  19. Here I Am Again
  20. Trouble in Paradise
  21. When the Tingle Becomes a Chill
  22. Somebody Somewhere(Don't Know What He's Missin' Tonight)
  23. She's Got You
  24. Out of MY Head and Back in My Bed
  25. I Can't Feel You Anymore
  26. The Pill
  27. Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man
  28. I've Already Loved You in My Mind
  29. After the Fire Is Gone
  30. As Soon as I Hang Up the Phone
  31. Feelins'
  32. The Letter
  33. I Can't Love You Enough
  34. From Seven to Ten
  35. You're the Reason Our Kids Are Ugly
  36. You Know Just What I'll Do
  37. Lovin' What Your Lovin' Does to Me
  38. I Still Believe in Waltzes
  39. Lead Me On
  40. It's True Love

Loretta Lynn & Patsy Cline – On Tour #2

1996

Loretta Lynn & Patsy Cline – On Tour #2 (1996)

  1. Coal Miner's Daughter
  2. Strange
  3. What Kind of Girl
  4. Crazy
  5. Back in Baby's Arms
  6. Heart Don't Do This to Me
  7. You Belong to Me
  8. Here I Am Again
  9. You Ain't Woman Enough
  10. Your Cheatin' Heart

Loretta Lynn & Patsy Cline – On Tour #1

1996

Loretta Lynn & Patsy Cline – On Tour #1 (1996)

  1. Walking After Midnight
  2. The Other Woman
  3. Sweet Dreams (Of You)
  4. Success
  5. Wine, Women and Song
  6. I Fall To Pieces
  7. I'm A Honky Tonk Girl
  8. She's Got You
  9. Blue Kentucky Girl
  10. Heartaches

Dear God – Patsy Cline & Loretta Lynn

1995

Dear God – Patsy Cline & Loretta Lynn (1995)

  1. Dear God
  2. He Will Do for You
  3. Working for the Lord
  4. The Old Rugged Cross
  5. I Can See an Angel
  6. If You Miss Heaven (You'll Miss It All)
  7. Everybody Want's to Go to Heaven
  8. If I Could Hear My Mother Pray Again
  9. In the Sweet Bye and Bye
  10. When They Ring Those Golden Bells

The Country Music Hall Of Fame Presents Loretta Lynn: Legendary Country Singers

1995

The Country Music Hall Of Fame Presents Loretta Lynn: Legendary Country Singers (1995)

  1. Success
  2. Blue Kentucky Girl
  3. Before I'm Over You
  4. Mr. and Mrs. Used To Be
  5. Wine, Women and Song
  6. Don't Come Home A-Drinkin' (With Lovin' on Your Mind)
  7. You Ain't Woman Enough
  8. Fist City
  9. Woman of The World (Leave My World Alone)
  10. Wings Upon Your Horns
  11. Lead Me On
  12. Coal Miner's Daughter
  13. You're Lookin' at Country
  14. One's on the Way
  15. The Pill
  16. Love Is the Foundation
  17. Trouble in Paradise
  18. When the Tingle Becomes a Chill
  19. Hey Loretta
  20. Rated "X"
  21. Out of My Head and Back in My Bed
  22. Somebody Somewhere (Don't Know What He's Missin' Tonight)
  23. She's Got You
  24. I Still Believe in Waltzes
  25. I'm a Honky Tonk Girl

Making More Memories

1994

Making More Memories (1994)

Five years after her latest solo release, Who Was That Stranger, Loretta released her album Making More Memories in February 1994. The album, unusually, was only sold at the Loretta Lynn Ranch and at live events. The album's only single, "We Need to Make More Memories", was also Loretta's first ever music video, which was filmed on her ranch and features her immediate family.
  1. We Need to Make More Memories
  2. Until I Met You
  3. God Bless the Children
  4. Look What They've Done to My Song Ma
  5. Ships Still Come In
  6. One Day (Let's Take the Time)
  7. Brand New Ray of Sunshine
  8. What Eyes You're Looking Through
  9. You Make Me Want to Walk on Water
  10. Jesus Rocks Me

Honky Tonk Angels

1993

Honky Tonk Angels (1993)

Honky Tonk Angels was an album released by Dolly Parton, Tammy Wynette and Loretta in November 1993. It was a Top 10 release, reaching No. 6 in the Country charts, and Loretta's first Top 10 album in over ten years. The album celebrated three of the women who changed the fabric of country music, bringing together three cornerstones of the genre with a pinch of Patsy Cline and Kitty Wells featured too. The album also charted in Australia and Canada.
  1. It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels
  2. Put It off Until Tomorrow
  3. Silver Threads and Golden Needles
  4. Please Help Me I'm Falling (In Love with You)
  5. Sittin' on the Front Porch Swing
  6. Wings of a Dove
  7. I Forgot More Than You'll Ever Know
  8. Wouldn't It Be Great
  9. That's the Way It Could Have Been
  10. Let Her Fly
  11. Lovesick Blues
  12. I Dreamed of a Hillbilly Heaven

Hey Good Lookin’

1993

Hey Good Lookin’ (1993)

  1. Making Believe
  2. I Can't Help It (If I'm Still in Love With You)
  3. Faded Love
  4. Half as Much
  5. Please Help Me I'm Falling in Love
  6. Hey, Good Lookin'
  7. Release Me
  8. Back Home Again
  9. As Soon as I Hang Up the Phone
  10. It's True Love

Sings Patsy Cline’s Favorites

1992

Sings Patsy Cline’s Favorites (1992)

  1. She's Got You
  2. Walkin' After Midnight
  3. Why Can't He Be You
  4. Faded Love
  5. I Fall to Pieces
  6. Crazy
  7. Sweet Dreams
  8. Back in Baby's Arms
  9. Leavin' on Your Mind
  10. I Remember Patsy

Country Gospel Greats

1992

Country Gospel Greats (1992)

Country Gospel Greats was a compliation released by Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn comprised of their favorite gospel songs. The album contains five songs by each of the country stars and sadly no duets from the dynamic duo.
  1. Clinging to a Saving Hand
  2. Who Will Pray for Me
  3. The Big Man Above
  4. Jesus Is a Soul Man
  5. I'm a Gettin' Ready to Go
  6. The Third Man
  7. In the Sweet Bye and Bye
  8. When I Hear My Children Pray
  9. Peace in the Valley
  10. You'll Never Walk Alone

Country Music Hall of Fame

1991

Country Music Hall of Fame (1991)

Following Loretta's induction into the Country Music Hall of Fame, her 1991 album was a compilation of some of her greatest hits that had won her that accolade. The album featured self-penned songs, solo releases, and duets with both Ernest Tubb and Conway Twitty.
  1. Success
  2. Mr. & Mrs. Used to Be
  3. Blue Kentucky Girl
  4. You Ain't Woman Enough (To Take My Man)
  5. Don't Come Home A-Drinkin' (With Lovin' on Your Mind)
  6. Fist City
  7. I'm a Honky Tonk Girl
  8. Your Squaw Is on the Warpath
  9. Wings Upon Your Horns
  10. Coal Miner's Daughter
  11. After the Fire is Gone
  12. You're Lookin' at Country
  13. One's on the Way
  14. The Pill
  15. When the Tingle Becomes a Chill
  16. Out of My Head and Back in My Bed

Making Believe

1988

Making Believe (1988)

Making Believe was a Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn album of two halves: the first side contained five new songs from Country's biggest duet, and the second side contained five re-releases from previous albums. The album was their last one to chart and it reached No. 68 after its release in September 1988.
  1. Making Believe
  2. I Can't Help It (If I'm Still in Love with You)
  3. Faded Love
  4. Half as Much
  5. Please Help Me, I'm Falling in Love
  6. Hey, Good Lookin'
  7. Release Me
  8. Back Home Again
  9. As Soon as I Hang Up the Phone
  10. It's True Love

Who Was That Stranger

1988

Who Was That Stranger (1988)

Who Was That Stranger would be Loretta's last solo album for the next five years. When released in May 1988, it reached No. 63 on the charts, the exact same position as her previous album, and it returned to more authentic country sound. Its lead single, "Who Was That Stranger" reached No. 57.
  1. Who Was That Stranger
  2. Your Used to Be
  3. Married Ladies
  4. You're Gonna Catch Heaven (When I Get You Home)
  5. Mountain Climber
  6. Fly Away
  7. Walk on Water
  8. Elzie Banks
  9. Still in the Ring
  10. Survivor

Just a Closer Walk With Thee

1988

Just a Closer Walk With Thee (1988)

The only release from Patsy Cline and Loretta Lynn was their 1988 gospel album, Just A Closer Walk With Thee. The album features three songs from Patsy Cline, including the title track, and seven by Loretta.
  1. Just a Closer Walk with Thee
  2. Too Many Secrets
  3. Then You'll Know
  4. Stop, Look, and Listen
  5. A Poor Man's Roses
  6. Lonely Street
  7. Don't Ever Leave Me
  8. Three Cigarettes in the Ashtray
  9. The Heart You Break May Be Your Own
  10. Today, Tomorrow, Forever

Peace in the Valley

1988

Peace in the Valley (1988)

Peace in the Valley was Loretta's fifth gospel album. It was her first gospel album to be released only on cassette, as no vinyl version was made.
  1. In the Garden
  2. Mama, Why?
  3. Ten Thousand Angels
  4. I Believe
  5. I'd Rather Have Jesus
  6. Peace in the Valley
  7. Where I Learned to Pray
  8. If I Could Hear My Mother Pray Again
  9. The Old Rugged Cross
  10. Who Says God Is Dead!

20 Greatest Hits

1987

20 Greatest Hits (1987)

20 Greatest Hits was a compliation album of Conway Twitty and Loretta's biggest hits together, including all their No. 1s. Alongside the hit singles, a number of their lesser known songs were also part of the release although they could easily have included twice the number.
  1. Blue Kentucky Girl
  2. You Ain't Woman Enough (To Take My Man)
  3. Don't Come Home A-Drinkin' (With Lovin' on Your Mind)
  4. Fist City
  5. Your Squaw Is on the Warpath
  6. Coal Miner's Daughter
  7. Your're Lookin' at Country
  8. One's on the Way
  9. Rated "X"
  10. They Don't Make 'Em Like My Daddy
  11. The Pill
  12. Love Is the Foundation
  13. Hey Loretta
  14. When the Tingle Becomes a Chill
  15. Out of My Head and Back in My Bed
  16. Somebody Somewhere (Don't Know What He's Missin' Tonight)
  17. She's Got You
  18. We've Come a Long Way Baby
  19. I've Got a Picture of Us on My Mind
  20. I Lie

Live from the Wheeling Jamboree

1986

Live from the Wheeling Jamboree (1986)

Loretta's second live album release, Live from the Wheeling Jamboree, was recorded during her recent tour. The album included many of her biggest hits and had guest appearances from two of her children, Ernest Ray Lynn and Cissy Lynn.
  1. Hey Loretta (Live)
  2. The Don't Make 'Em Like My Daddy (Live)
  3. When the Tingle Becomes a Chill (Live)
  4. Medley: I Wanna Be Free / Blue Kentucky Girl / Wine, Women and Song / She's Got You (Live)
  5. Red White and Blue (Live)
  6. Medley: You Ain't Woman Enough to Take My Man / Fist City / Don't Come Home A-Drinkin' (With Lovin' on Your Mind) / You're Looking at Country (Live)
  7. Wouldn't It Be Great (Live)
  8. Feelins' (Live)
  9. Medley: One's On the Way / The Pill (Live)
  10. Medley: When Will I Be Loved / Heaven's Just a Sin Away / Flowers on the Wall / Elvira (Live)
  11. Medley: Rocky Top / Uncle Pen (Live)

Just a Woman

1985

Just a Woman (1985)

Two years after her previous studio albu, Loretta released Just a Woman in July 1985. The album reached No. 63 on the Country charts and had two singles, "Wouldn't It Be Great" and "Just a Woman".
  1. Stop the Clock
  2. Heart Don't Do This to Me
  3. Wouldn't It Be Great
  4. When I'm in Love All Alone
  5. I Can't Say It on the Radio
  6. I'll Think of Something
  7. Adam's Rib
  8. Take Me in Your Arms (And Hold Me)
  9. Just a Woman
  10. One Man Band

Blue Eyed Kentucky Girl

1985

Blue Eyed Kentucky Girl (1985)

Blue Eyed Kentucky Girl was a compilation album spanning a fifteen-year period and containing some of her biggest and most iconic hits, like "The Pill" and "Coal Miner's Daughter", from her most successful and creative period.
  1. Coal Miner's Daughter
  2. Rated "X"
  3. Blue Eyed Kentucky Girl
  4. When the Tingle Becomes a Chill
  5. The Pill
  6. Somebody Led Me Away
  7. Another Man Loved Me Last Night
  8. You're Lookin' at Country
  9. The Home You're Tearin' Down
  10. What Kind of Girl (Do You Think I Am?)

Lyin’, Cheatin’, Woman Chasin’, Honky Tonkin’, Whiskey Drinkin’ You

1983

Lyin’, Cheatin’, Woman Chasin’, Honky Tonkin’, Whiskey Drinkin’ You (1983)

Lyin', Cheatin', Woman Chasin', Honky Tonkin', Whiskey Drinkin' You was released in May 1983. It was the first of Loretta's albums not be produced by Owen Bradley, who had worked on every single one of her previous solo albums. The album reached No. 60 on the charts and had two singles, the title track and "Walking with My Memories".
  1. Lyin', Cheatin', Woman Chasin', Honky Tonkin', Whiskey Drinkin' You
  2. The Heart to Start Over
  3. Starlight, Starbright
  4. I Feel Like I Could Fall in Love With Anyone Tonight
  5. My Love's Not a One Night Thing
  6. Heart of the Matter
  7. Touch Me With More Than Your Hands
  8. The Next Time
  9. Walking With My Memories
  10. It's Gone

Making Love from Memory

1982

Making Love from Memory (1982)

Making Love From Memory was Loretta's first ever pop album not to chart, ending a run of over 30 charting albums! This was despite its two singles both making the Top 40. This break in the trend would soon be righted by her next studio album.
  1. Making Love from Memory
  2. Don't It Feel Good
  3. I Shouldn't Enjoy (Enjoyin' You So Much)
  4. There's All Kinds of Smoke (In the Barroom)
  5. Love the Day Away
  6. When We Get Back Together
  7. Then You'll Be Free
  8. I Don't Want to Hear It Anymore
  9. Breakin' It
  10. Deeper and Deeper

I Lie

1982

I Lie (1982)

I Lie became Loretta's 34th solo studio album when it was released in February 1982. Its only single, "I Lie", would be her final Top 10 single - it reached No. 9 in the charts. The album itself peaked at No. 33 in the Country charts.
  1. I Lie
  2. If I Ain't Got It
  3. There Stands the Glass
  4. I Wanted You to Leave
  5. Stronger Than You Ever Thought I'd Be
  6. Step Right Up and Break My Heart
  7. Save Me
  8. Going's Been Coming
  9. Where Love Goes When It's Gone
  10. Motel Match

Two’s a Party

1981

Two’s a Party (1981)

Despite fans and critics saying that Conway and Loretta would keep making music for a decade, only two years after Diamond Duet they released their final collaborative studio album together, Two's A Party. The album peaked at No. 28 and both of its singles reached the Top 10, signing off their decade-long partnership with a fitting flourish.
  1. Two's a Party
  2. The State of Our Union
  3. Lovin' What Your Lovin' Does to Me
  4. I'd Rather Have What We Had
  5. Oh Honey-Oh Babe
  6. Right in the Palm of Your Hand
  7. Silent Partner
  8. I Still Believe in Waltzes
  9. We've Been Strong Long Enough
  10. If I Ever Had to Say Goodbye to You

Sesame Country

1981

Sesame Country (1981)

Loretta appeared as a guest on Sesame Street's Grammy Award-winning album, Sesame Country, in 1981. Singing opposite The Count, Loretta sings "Count on Me" as part of the Country-inspired concept album. The album won a Grammy for Best Recording for Children in 1982.
  1. Sesame Jamboree
  2. Songs
  3. The Last Cookie Roundup
  4. Keep On Smillin'
  5. Count von Count's Continuous Cookin' Downhome Dinner
  6. Count on Me
  7. Kin Folk
  8. Takin' Turns
  9. You'll Never Take the Texas Out of Me
  10. Sesame Jamboree (Reprise)

Lookin’ Good

1980

Lookin’ Good (1980)

Lookin' Good was released by in October 1980 and would be her last Top 20 album for over 30 years. Its two singles, "Cheatin' on a Cheater" and "Somebody Led Me Away", both peaked in the charts at No. 20, her 48th and 49th solo singles to reach this high.
  1. Cheatin' on a Cheater
  2. Take Your Time in Leavin'
  3. Sometimes I Go Crazy
  4. Workin' Man
  5. I Don't Feel Like Living Today
  6. Everybody's Lookin' for Somebody New
  7. Cracker Jack Jewelry
  8. What Am I Gonna Do
  9. Until I Met You
  10. Somebody Led Me Away

Loretta Lynn Story

1980

Loretta Lynn Story (1980)

Loretta Lynn Story was a complilation album released in 1980 by MCA records. Featuring songs from her whole career, it also contained two songs from her tribute album, I Remember Patsy.
  1. It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels
  2. I'm A Honky Tonk Girl
  3. Success
  4. One's On The Way
  5. You Ain't Woman Enough
  6. Your Squaw Is On The Warpath
  7. Fist City
  8. Don't Come Home A-Drinkin' (With Lovin' On Your Mind)
  9. You're Lookin' at Country
  10. Walking After Midnight
  11. Crazy
  12. I Fall To Pieces
  13. Sweet Dreams
  14. Back In Baby's Arms
  15. The Pill
  16. Coal Miner's Daughter

Loretta

1980

Loretta (1980)

Over a year since her latest solo release, Loretta was released in March 1980 and it reached No. 25 on the albums chart. Of its three singles, "I've Got a Picture of Us on My Mind" was the biggest hit, peaking at No. 5.
  1. I've Got a Picture of Us on My Mind
  2. Naked in the Rain
  3. Sweet Sweet Daddy
  4. It's Too Late to Love Me Now
  5. You're a Cross I Can't Bear
  6. I've Been Lonely So Long
  7. It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels
  8. I Should Be Over You By Now
  9. Fool Wouldn't Listen
  10. Pregnant Again

Diamond Duet

1979

Diamond Duet (1979)

In what would be their last album in two years, Conway Twitty and Loretta celebrated their Diamond Duet in style, with a collection of classic and new Country songs. The album reached No. 22 on its release, their first album not to break into the Top 10, and the single "It's True Love" would be their tenth Top 10 hit in both the US and Canada.
  1. It's True Love
  2. That's All That Matters
  3. Hit the Road Jack
  4. Baby Don't Get Hooked on Me
  5. Even a Fool Would Let Go
  6. Sadness of It All
  7. You Know Just What I'd Do
  8. What's a Little Love Between Friends
  9. Rising Above It All
  10. You Never Cross My Mind

The Very Best of Loretta & Conway

1979

The Very Best of Loretta & Conway (1979)

After eight hit albums, The Very Best of Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn was always going to be a success and it was certified Gold in the US with sales of over 500,000. It would be the pair's third Gold album and Loretta's seventh to be Gold or Platinum.
  1. Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man
  2. From Seven Til Ten
  3. Pickin' Wild Mountain Berries
  4. As Soon as I Hang Up the Phone
  5. You're the Reason Our Kids are Ugly
  6. It's Only Make Believe
  7. I've Already Loved You in My Mind
  8. After the Fire Is Gone
  9. I Can't Love You Enough
  10. Feelins'
  11. Spiders and Snakes
  12. The Letter
  13. Lead Me On
  14. God Bless America Again

We’ve Come a Long Way, Baby

1979

We’ve Come a Long Way, Baby (1979)

We've Come a Long Way, Baby was Loretta's 25th and final studio album of the 1970's, only three of which had charted outside the Top 10. Loretta's peak years had been a phenomenal success and this album continued the legacy. It reached No. 5 in the Canadian charts and No. 19 in the US, with its two singles both making the Top 10.
  1. We've Come a Long Way Baby
  2. Easy Street
  3. Lady That Lived Here Before
  4. Lullabies to a Memory
  5. I Can't Feel You Anymore
  6. True Love Needs to Keep in Touch
  7. My Conscience Goes to Sleep
  8. My Love Left Inside of Me
  9. Between the Preacher and the Lawyer
  10. Standing at Our Bedroom Door

In Concert: Recorded with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra

1978

In Concert: Recorded with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra (1978)

Recorded live with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra and The Coal Miners in November 1978, Loretta's live album brought a new interpretation to many of her classics through the symphonic sound of the orchestra.
  1. Coal Miner's Daughter (Overture)
  2. Hey Loretta
  3. You're Looking at Country
  4. We've Come a Long Way Baby
  5. Let Your Love Flow
  6. You Ain't Woman Enough
  7. Medley: I Fall to Pieces
  8. Medley: Walking After Midnight
  9. Medley: Crazy
  10. Me and Bobby McGee
  11. Fiddle Tune
  12. Out of My Head and Back in My Bed
  13. Coal Miner's Daughter
  14. Make'em Like My Daddy
  15. Medley: One's on the Way
  16. Medley: The Pill
  17. Medley: Don't Come Home A-Drinkin' Man
  18. Medley: Coal Miner's Daughter (Reprise)

Honky Tonk Heroes

1978

Honky Tonk Heroes (1978)

Their eighth collaboration together, Honk Tonk Heroes was also their eighth album release in eight years. The two Heroes, Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn, were gaining strength still, as Honky Tonk Heroes became their first album to chart in Canada, where it reached No. 2, as well as peaking at No. 8 in the US. Its only single, "From Seven Till Ten", also reached No. 2 in Canada and No. 6 in the US.
  1. From Seven Til Ten
  2. I've Already Loved You in My Mind
  3. Last of It All
  4. How High Can You Build a Fire
  5. Fire of Two Old Flames
  6. You're the Reason Our Kids Are Ugly
  7. We've Made It Legal
  8. How Can You Keep from Lovin'
  9. Live It Up
  10. Country Blues

Out of My Head and Back in My Bed

1978

Out of My Head and Back in My Bed (1978)

Out of My Head and Back in My Bed was Loretta's 30th solo studio album to be released when it came out in February 1978. As well as peaking at No. 16 on the Country charts, it also spawned two singles, with the title track being her final No. 1 single. "Spring Fever" also reached No. 12 when it was released.
  1. Out of My Head and Back in My Bed
  2. Three Riddles
  3. Spring Fever
  4. The Dead Is a Risin'
  5. Old Rooster
  6. Black-Eyed Peas and Blue-Eyed Babies
  7. You Snap Your Fingers (and I'm Back in Your Hands)
  8. His Lovin' Told Me He Was Gone
  9. I'm Gonna Do Somebody Right
  10. God Bless the Children

All My Best

1978

All My Best (1978)

With over 15 years of records to draw from, Loretta's newest compilation album, released in 1978, was a double album containing 20 of her biggest singles and other releases. The album was certified Platinum in Canada, with over 1,000,000 sales!
  1. Hey Loretta
  2. Here I Am Again
  3. She's Got You
  4. The Pill
  5. Don't Come Home A-Drinkin' (With Lovin' on Your Mind)
  6. Coal Miner's Daughter
  7. Trouble In Paradise
  8. You Ain't Woman Enough
  9. When the Tingle Becomes a Chill
  10. Fist City
  11. They Don't Make 'Em Like My Daddy
  12. Woman of the World (Leave My World Alone)
  13. Walkin' After Midnight
  14. I Fall to Pieces
  15. Rated "X"
  16. One's on the Way
  17. Crazy
  18. Out of My Head and Back in My Bed
  19. Love Is the Foundation
  20. Somebody Somewhere (Don't Know What He's Missin' Tonight)

Dynamic Duo

1977

Dynamic Duo (1977)

Dynamic Duo was the seventh album from Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn. It was the next in a long line of stand-out albums mathcing the personalities and voices of these two talents, with the Dynamic Duo described as "getting down like teenagers on a first date". The album's only single was a No. 1 in Canada and would be the last time one of their singles would top the charts.
  1. I Can't Love You Enough
  2. We're Much Too Close
  3. We Can Try It One More Time
  4. Bed I'm Dreaming On
  5. Hey, Good Lookin'
  6. Get It On
  7. Where Old Love Gather Dust
  8. Soulshake
  9. Hide and Seek
  10. You Could Know as Much About a Stranger

I Remember Patsy

1977

I Remember Patsy (1977)

I Remember Patsy was Loretta's first tribute album to her great friend, colleague, and mentor, Patsy Cline, who had died nearly 15 years earlier. The album had nine of Patsy's biggest hits on it and introduced her music to a new generation of fans. The single, "She's Got You" reached No. 1, fifteen years after it had been in the same position for Patsy Cline.
  1. She's Got You
  2. Walking After Midnight
  3. Why Can't He Be You
  4. Faded Love
  5. I Fall to Pieces
  6. Crazy
  7. Sweet Dreams
  8. Back in Baby's Arms
  9. Leavin' on Your Mind
  10. I Remember Patsy ... A Conversation

Somebody Somewhere

1976

Somebody Somewhere (1976)

Somebody Somewhere was released in October 1976 and immediately went to No. 1 in the charts. The album's only single, of the same name, was also a chart-topping hit. Combining classic Country covers with original material, Loretta's charm and wit shine through on her sixth album to take the top spot.
  1. Somebody Somewhere (Don't Know What He's Missin' Tonight)
  2. Sundown Tavern
  3. Games That Daddys Play
  4. While He's Making Love I'm Making Believe
  5. Crawling Man
  6. Me and Ole Crazy Bill
  7. I'll Leave the Leavin' Up to You
  8. Your Woman Your Friend
  9. Playing With Fire
  10. Blue Eyed Kentucky Girl

United Talent

1976

United Talent (1976)

The sixth album from the now-legendary pairing of Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn was United Talent. It was their fourth and last No. 1 album together and its only single "The Letter" reached No. 1 as well. Country Music's favorite twosome had done it again with their trademark flair and Country credentials.
  1. The Letter
  2. Just Lead the Way
  3. Let Your Love Flow
  4. God Bless America Again
  5. Run Through the Wringer
  6. Barroom Habits
  7. We're Caught Between a Love and a Love Affair
  8. I'm Gonna Roll You Like a Wheel
  9. We'll Finish Up falling in Love
  10. The Only Way Around It (Is Right Through the Middle)

When the Tingle Becomes a Chill

1976

When the Tingle Becomes a Chill (1976)

When the Tingle Becomes a Chill was released in February 1976 and peaked at No. 6. Loretta's latest album had two singles: the title track reached No. 2 and the second, "Red, White and blue", written by Loretta, broke into the Top 20. The album was regarded as one of her best releases of the '70s.
  1. When the Tingle Becomes a Chill
  2. You Love You
  3. Leaning on Your Love
  4. All I Want From You (Is Away)
  5. Red, White and Blue
  6. Rhinestone Cowboy
  7. Turn Me Anyway But Loose
  8. Daydreams About Night Things
  9. She'll Never Know
  10. (Just Get Up and) Close the Door

On The Road with Loretta and the Coal Miners

1976

On The Road with Loretta and the Coal Miners (1976)

On the Road... was the first live album that Loretta had ever released, recorded with her own band, The Coal Miners, as they were touring in 1975. Two of the tracks featured her son, Ernest Lynn, on lead vocals and seven have lead accompaniment from the band.
  1. Love Is the Foundation
  2. Pickin' Shovel
  3. Movin' On
  4. Blue Eyes Cryin' in the Rain
  5. Bloody Mary Morning
  6. Secret Love
  7. Six Days on the Road
  8. For a Minute There
  9. Trixie Delaney
  10. Will You Be There
  11. It's Dyn-O-Mite

The Best of Loretta Lynn

1976

The Best of Loretta Lynn (1976)

The Best of Loretta Lynn was a compilation double album released by Country Music Magazine, comprising some of her greatest hits from her entire career to date, from both her country and gospel releases. The album did not chart when it was released in 1976, despite containing a half dozen hits.
  1. Rated "X"
  2. To Make a Man
  3. Take Me Home Country Roads
  4. Just a Closer Walk With Thee
  5. I'd Rather Be Gone
  6. Here I Am Again
  7. Satin Sheets
  8. Blueberry Hill
  9. I Walk Alone
  10. Once a Day
  11. God Bless America Again
  12. Manhattan, Kansas
  13. If Teardrops were Pennies
  14. Woman of the World
  15. Delta Dawn
  16. I Wanna be Free
  17. Legend in my Mind
  18. Why Me Lord
  19. Oh Lonesome Me
  20. Johnny One Time

Country Roads

1976

Country Roads (1976)

  1. Behind Closed Doors
  2. If You Love Me (Let Me Know)
  3. Delta Dawn
  4. I Wanna Be Free
  5. These Boots are Made For Walkin'
  6. Hey Loretta
  7. Country Bumpkin
  8. Spiders and Snakes
  9. Take Me Home Country Roads
  10. Blueberry Hill
  11. You've Never Been This Far Before
  12. Trouble in Paradise
  13. I Love
  14. Help Me Make it Through the Night
  15. Put Your Hand in the Hand
  16. May God Bless America Again

Home

1975

Home (1975)

Home was released in August 1975 and the album was nother reminder of her versatiility and greatness. The only single from the album was the self-titled "Home", which peaked at No. 10, with the album itself reaching No. 7.
  1. Home
  2. Before the Next Teardrop Falls
  3. The Window Up Above
  4. (Hey, Won't You Play) Another Somebody Done Somebody Wrong Song
  5. You Take Me to Heaven Every Night
  6. Wrong Road Again
  7. Always Wanting You
  8. No Place Else to Go
  9. He's Only Everything
  10. Bring Some of it Home

Feelins’

1975

Feelins’ (1975)

Feelins' was the fifth time that Conway Twitty and Loretta teamed up on an album and it was their third straight No. 1 album. Released in June 1975, Conway and Loretta were "unbeatable" and it seemed that everything they released was sprinkled with golddust.
  1. Feelins'
  2. Dyn-O-Mite
  3. Back Home Again
  4. I'll Never Get Tired (Of Saying I Love You)
  5. Little Boy Love
  6. She's About a Mover
  7. Let Me Be There
  8. You Done Lost Your Baby
  9. Store Up Love
  10. Some Kind of a Woman

Back to the Country

1975

Back to the Country (1975)

Back to the Country was somewhat of a misnomer for an artist who had been at the forefront of Country music for her entire career and, unusrprisingly, it was another big success for Loretta. The only single, "The Pill" certainly caused a stir with its release, as the track was banned by numerous radio stations across the country.
  1. The Pill
  2. Will You Be There
  3. It's Time to Pay the Fiddler
  4. Paper Roses
  5. You Love Everybody But You
  6. Mad Mrs. Jesse Brown
  7. Back to the Country
  8. The Hands of Yesterday
  9. I Can Help
  10. Jimmy on My Mind
  11. Jimmy on My Mind

A Country Christmas with Loretta Lynn and Friends

1974

A Country Christmas with Loretta Lynn and Friends (1974)

Loretta's second Christmas album was released at the end of 1974, covering ten classic Christmas songs and featuring Ernest Tubb, Burl Ives, Brenda Lee, Bill Anderson, and The Voices of Christmas.
  1. Country Christmas
  2. Away In a Manger
  3. Silver Bells
  4. Blue Christmas
  5. It Won't Seem Like Christmas
  6. Oh Little Town of Bethlehem
  7. Frosty the Snowman
  8. Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer
  9. Medley: Joy To the World / Hark The Herald Angels Sing / O' Come All Ye Faithful
  10. The First Noel

They Don’t Make ‘Em Like My Daddy

1974

They Don’t Make ‘Em Like My Daddy (1974)

They Don't Make 'Em Like My Daddy was Loretta's newest album in September 1974, and another Top 10 album had made her "one of the omnipresent reigning queens of Country music". It peaked at No. 6 and its two singles, "They Don't Make 'Em Like My Daddy" and "Trouble in Paradise" were both No. 1 hits.
  1. They Don't Make 'Em Like My Daddy
  2. Behind Closed Doors
  3. If You Love Me (Let Me Know)
  4. I've Never Been This Far Before
  5. We've Already Tasted Love
  6. Out of Consideration
  7. Trouble in Paradise
  8. I Love
  9. Don't Leave Me Where You Found Me
  10. Ain't Love a Good Thing
  11. Nothin'

Country Partners

1974

Country Partners (1974)

Conway Twitty and Loretta teamed up for their fourth collaborative album, Country Partners, which was their second consecutive No. 1 album. The release featured a little more pop style than previously but it remained a huge hit for the two Country partners.
  1. As Soon as I Hang Up the Phone
  2. Don't Mess up a Good Thing
  3. Love's Not Where Love Should Be
  4. Two Lonely People
  5. I Changed My Way
  6. Country Bumpkin
  7. Spiders and Snakes
  8. Im Gettin' Tired of Losing You
  9. Sweet Things I Remember About You
  10. It All Falls Down
  11. A Lifetime Before

Greatest Hits Vol. II

1974

Greatest Hits Vol. II (1974)

Loretta Lynn's Greatest Hits Vol. II was actually her fifth solo compliation album, but the second released through the Decca label. It featured nine of her biggest singles from the previous six years, including six written by Loretta. It was her fourth album to receive Gold certification, reaching the milestone 7 years after its release in May 1974
  1. Coal Miner's Daughter (Single Version)
  2. I Wanna Be Free (Single Version)
  3. Wings Upon Your Horns (Single Version)
  4. Fist City (Single Version)
  5. You're Lookin' at Country (Single Version)
  6. Ain't It Funny (Single Version)
  7. One's on the Way (Single Version)
  8. Your Squaw Is on the Warpath (Single Version)
  9. What Sundown Does to You (Single Version)
  10. Hey Loretta (Single Version)
  11. Love Is the Foundation (Single Version)

Love Is the Foundation

1973

Love Is the Foundation (1973)

Love is the Foundation was Loretta's second solo album released in 1973 and it also went straight to No. 1. The album's two singles were both No. 1 hits in Canada, with Hey Loretta only reaching the third spot in the US.
  1. Love Is the Foundation
  2. What Sundown Does to You
  3. I Love You, I Love You
  4. Just to Satisfy (The Weakness in a Man)
  5. There's More to Leaving Than Just Saying Goodbye
  6. Satin Sheets
  7. Why Me
  8. Five Fingers Left
  9. I Gave Everything
  10. Hey Loretta
  11. You're Still Lovin' Me

Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man

1973

Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man (1973)

Yet more success followed as Conway Twitty and Loretta teamed up again to release their third record together. Released in July 1973, Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man was their first No. 1 album together, and there would be three more to come.
  1. Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man
  2. For Heavens Sake
  3. Release Me
  4. You Lay So Easy on My Mind
  5. Our Conscience You and Me
  6. As Good as a Lonely Girl Can Be
  7. Bye Bye, Love
  8. Living Together Alone
  9. What Are We Gonna Do About Us
  10. If You Touch Me, You Got to Love Me
  11. Before Your Time

Ernest Tubb & Loretta Lynn Story

1973

Ernest Tubb & Loretta Lynn Story (1973)

Released four years after their most recent album, Ernest Tubb & Loretta Lynn Story was a double album released in 1973. It would be their final original release together and, while the album only reached No. 43, it was packed full of covers and songs written by both Ernest Tubb and Loretta, undoubtedly one of the great country music duos.
  1. Sweet Thang
  2. We'll Never Change
  3. Let's Stop Right Where We Are
  4. Love Is no Excuse
  5. I'm Not Leavin' You (It's All in Your Mind)
  6. Beautiful Unhappy Home
  7. Who's Gonna Take the Garbage Out
  8. Holding on to Nothing
  9. The Bartender
  10. I Chased You Til You Caught Me
  11. Let's Wait a Little Longer
  12. Won't You Come Home (And Talk to a Stranger)
  13. Are You Mine
  14. If We Put Our Heads Together (Our Hearts Will Tell Us What to Do)
  15. That Odd Couple
  16. Touch and Go
  17. I Won't Cheat Again on You (If You Won't Cheat on Me)
  18. One to Ten
  19. We're Not Kids Anymore
  20. I'm Bitin' My Fingernails and Thinking of You
  21. Beautiful Friendships
  22. The Thin Grey Line

Entertainer of the Year

1973

Entertainer of the Year (1973)

Entertainer of the Year, released in February 1973, was named after Loretta's achievement of becoming the first female artist to receive the Entertainer of the Year award from the Country Music Association. Its only single "Rated 'X'" unashamedly talked about divorce, as Loretta continued to sing about taboo issues. Both the single and the album were No. 1 hits.
  1. Rated "X"
  2. 'Til the Pain Outwears the Shame
  3. Ruby, Madge and Mable
  4. Legend in My Mind
  5. Ain't It Funny
  6. Yesterday Will Come Again Tonight
  7. Hanky Panky Woman
  8. I'm All He's Got (But He's Got All of Me)
  9. I'm Praying for My Raising
  10. Possessions
  11. I Need Someone to Hold Me (When I Cry)

Here I Am Again

1972

Here I Am Again (1972)

Here Am I Again, featuring liner notes written by her mother, was released in October 1972. It was a sassy album and continued her streak of Top 10 releases, peaking at No. 4. The album had one single of the same name, reaching No. 3 in the US and Canada.
  1. Here I am Again
  2. My Kind of Man
  3. Manhattan Kansas
  4. Be Proud of Your Man
  5. There's a Built-In Trouble Maker in Every Man
  6. Love Takes a Long Time Dyin'
  7. Delta Dawn
  8. The Best Years of My Life
  9. Where Do Babies Go
  10. A Woman a Day
  11. I Miss You More Today

God Bless America Again

1972

God Bless America Again (1972)

Loretta's 20th studio album in 9 years was also her third gospel album, God Bless America Again. It charted at No. 7 when it was released in June 1972. It was a patriotic album, full of pure country talent, and it featured Conway Twitty on the opening track, "May God Bless America Again".
  1. May God Bless America Again
  2. Just a Closer Walk With Thee
  3. Six Feet of Sod
  4. I Feel Like Traveling On
  5. Gethsemane
  6. Softly and Tenderly
  7. Working for the Lord
  8. If God Is Dead (Who's That Living in My Soul)
  9. I Pray My Way Out of Trouble
  10. Just a Little Talk With Jesus
  11. Living in God's Country

Alone with You

1972

Alone with You (1972)

Alone with You was the fourth compilation album released by Loretta, full of her songs from the early '60s, including two written by her husband, "This Haunted House" and "You've Made Me What I Am". The album was released in June 1972.
  1. This Haunted House
  2. When Lonely Hits Your House
  3. Alone With You
  4. World of Forgotten People
  5. My Shoes Keep Walking Back to You
  6. You've Made Me What I Am
  7. It Just Looks That Way
  8. I Walked Away From the Wreck
  9. Fool No. 1
  10. Loose Talk
  11. Get Set for a Heartache

One’s on the Way

1972

One’s on the Way (1972)

Following up on the success of Coal Miner's Daughter, Loretta released One's on the Way early the next year, featuring the No. 1 single of the same name. It was another top 10 album for Loretta, who was, in the eyes of critics and her fans, continuing to get better and better as her fame grew.
  1. One's on the Way
  2. The Morning After Baby Let me Down
  3. It'll Feel Good After It Quits Hurtin'
  4. Blueberry Hill
  5. Love's on the Loose
  6. Love L-O-V-E
  7. He's All I Got
  8. I Can't See Me Without You
  9. It's Not the Miles You Traveled
  10. Too Wild to Be Tamed
  11. I'm Losing My Mind

Lead Me On

1972

Lead Me On (1972)

Conway Twitty and Loretta's second collaboration, Lead Me On, was an even bigger success than their first. A year on from their debut release, Lead Me On reached No. 2 in the album charts and the lead single went straight to No. 1 too. The "stately and dignified" couple were here to stay!
  1. Lead Me On
  2. When I Turn Off My Lights
  3. Never Ending Song of Love
  4. Playing House Away from House
  5. You're the Reason
  6. How Far Can We Go
  7. You Blow My Mind
  8. Easy Lovin'
  9. Back Street Affair
  10. I Wonder If You Told Her About Me
  11. Get Some Loving Done

You’re Lookin’ at Country

1971

You’re Lookin’ at Country (1971)

You're Lookin' at Country was the Loretta's fourth album release of the year, when it came out in September 1971. The Country star was one of the biggest names in the industry and this record was another Top 10 hit. The album contained a reading of Kris Kristofferson's "I'd Rather Be Sorry" and the single "You're Lookin' at Country".
  1. You're Lookin' at Country
  2. Love Watcha Got at Home
  3. Take Me Home, Country Roads
  4. Kinfolks Holler
  5. Close My Eyes
  6. Indian Lake
  7. I'd Rather Be Sorry
  8. From Now On
  9. You Can't Hold On to Love
  10. Country Girl (Just Home From Town)
  11. I Burn't the Little Roadside

I Wanna Be Free

1971

I Wanna Be Free (1971)

I Wanna Be Free is the seventeenth studio album released by Loretta. It was released in May 1971 and reached No. 5 on the chart. Loretta wrote the title track, the only single from the album.
  1. I Wanna Be Free
  2. Help Me Make It Through the Night
  3. See That Mountain
  4. When You Leave My World
  5. Put Your Hand in the Hand
  6. If I Never Love Again (It'll Be Too Soon)
  7. Me and Bobby McGee
  8. When You're Poor
  9. Rose Garden
  10. Drive You Out of My Mind
  11. I'm One Man's Woman

We Only Make Believe

1971

We Only Make Believe (1971)

First of ten albums released with Conway Twitty, We Only Make Believe was released in February 1971. It was a No. 3 album and also broke into the US pop chart too, peaking at 78. Loretta and Conway each wrote two of the album's songs, showing off their talents as singers, songwriters, and partners!
  1. It's Only Make Believe
  2. We've Closed Our Eyes to Shame
  3. I'm So Used to Loving You
  4. Will You Visit Me on Sunday
  5. After the Fire is Gone
  6. Don't Tell Me You're Sorry
  7. Pickin' Wild Mountain Berries
  8. Take Me as I Am
  9. One I Can't Live Without
  10. Hangin' On
  11. Working Girl

Coal Miner’s Daughter

1971

Coal Miner’s Daughter (1971)

While Coal Miner's Daughter is now remembered as the album containing Loretta's most iconic song, the autobiographical "Coal Miner's Daughter", the album itself was a typical mix of Loretta songs, covers and re-releases. Released in January 1971, it reached No. 4 on the country chart and No. 81 on the pop chart. The only single from the album would go on to become Lorett'a signature song and the name of an Oscar-winning movie in 1981. Now over 50 years old, Coal Miner's Daughter remains one of her only albums to be certified Gold, only achieving that certification in 1985, 14 years after its release.
  1. Coal Miner's Daughter
  2. Hello Darlin'
  3. Less of Me
  4. Any One, Any Worse, Any Where
  5. For the Good Times
  6. The Man of the House
  7. What Makes Me Tick
  8. Another Man Loved Me Last Night
  9. It'll Be Open Season on You
  10. Too Far
  11. Snowbird

Loretta Lynn Writes ‘Em and Sings ‘Em

1970

Loretta Lynn Writes ‘Em and Sings ‘Em (1970)

Loretta Lynn Writes 'Em and Sings 'Em was the first album released where every song was either written or co-written by Loretta, "You Wanna Give Me a Lift" being the co-written with her sister, Peggy Sue Wells. Reaching No. 8 in the charts, this record was the continuing saga of a strong-willed woman committed to a male-defined world.
  1. I Know How
  2. What's the Bottle Done to My Baby
  3. One You Need
  4. Your Squaw Is on the Warpath
  5. You Ain't Woman Enough (To Take My Man)
  6. Crazy Out of My Mind
  7. You Wanna Give Me a Lift
  8. Wings Upon Your Horns
  9. To Make a Man Feel Like a Man
  10. Deep as Your Pocket
  11. Fist City

Wings Upon Your Horns

1970

Wings Upon Your Horns (1970)

Loretta's 15th studio album, Wings Upon Your Horns, was released in January 1970, containing seven songs written by Loretta. The album peaked at No.5 on the chart and has "everything going for it... from the opening notes to the last strains", and she was unafraid to bring the sexual revolution into Country music.
  1. Wings Upon Your Horns
  2. When I Reach the Bottom (You'd Better Be There)
  3. This Stanger (My Little Girl)
  4. I Only See the Things I Want to See
  5. If You Handle the Merchandise
  6. I'm Dynamite
  7. Big Ole Hurt
  8. I'd Rather Be Gone
  9. You Wouldn't Know an Angel (If You Saw One)
  10. I'll Still Be Missing You
  11. Let's Get Back Down to Earth

Woman of the World/To Make a Man

1969

Woman of the World/To Make a Man (1969)

Woman of the World/To Make a Man was Loretta's last album release of the '60s and her best performing album to date, reaching #2 on the Country charts. Including two Top 10 singles, it was a surefire sign of what was to come from Loretta at the very peak of her career.
  1. Woman of the World (Leave My World Alone)
  2. Johnny One Time
  3. If You Were Mine to Lose
  4. The Only Time I Hurt
  5. No One Will Ever Know
  6. Big Sister, Little Sister
  7. To Make a Man Feel Like a Man
  8. I Started Loving You Again
  9. Stand by Your Man
  10. One Little Reason
  11. I'm Lonesome for Trouble Tonight

If We Put Our Heads Together

1969

If We Put Our Heads Together (1969)

The third and final collaboration with Ernest Tubb, If We Put Our Heads Together reached number 19 on the charts, the lowest rating of the duet's albums. It was still a great album from a now near-legendary country partnership, and a fitting sign-off from Ernest Tubb and Loretta Lynn.
  1. Who's Gonna Take the Garbage Out
  2. Holding on to Nothing
  3. Somewhere Between
  4. I Chased You Till You Caught Me
  5. Let's Wait a Little Longer
  6. Won't You Come Home (And Talk to a Stranger)
  7. Let the World Keep on Turnin'
  8. If We Put our Heads Together (Our Hearts Will Tell Us What to Do)
  9. That Odd Couple
  10. Touch and Go
  11. I Won't Cheat Again on You (If You Won't Cheat on Me)

Your Squaw Is On The Warpath

1969

Your Squaw Is On The Warpath (1969)

Almost a year after her latest studio album, Your Squaw Is on the Warpath was released in February 1969 and was another huge success for Loretta, following on the success of the release of the single "You've Just Stepped In". The album reached number 2 in the charts and shows her talents as a singer and interpreter of others' songs.
  1. Your Squaw Is on the Warpath
  2. Living My Lifetime for You
  3. Sneakin' In
  4. You've Just Stepped In (From Stepping Out On Me)
  5. Taking the Place of My Man
  6. Kaw-Liga
  7. Let Me Go, You're Hurtin' Me
  8. Harper Valley P.T.A.
  9. I Walk Alone
  10. He's Somewhere Between You and Me

Greatest Hits

1968

Greatest Hits (1968)

Loretta Lynn's Greatest Hits was released two months after Here's Loretta Lynn by Decca Records, including all of her biggest singles from her breakthrough years. The album, full of hits, charted, reaching the number 6 spot in June 1968 and was her first album to be certified Gold - there would be eight more to follow!
  1. Don't Come Home A-Drinkin' (With Lovin' On Your Mind)
  2. Before I'm Over You
  3. If You're Not Gone Too Long
  4. Dear Uncle Sam
  5. The Other Woman
  6. Wine, Women and Song
  7. You Ain't Woman Enough (To Take My Man)
  8. Blue Kentucky Girl
  9. Success
  10. The Home You're Tearin' Down
  11. Happy Birthday

Hal Rugg Steels The Hits of Loretta Lynn

1968

Hal Rugg Steels The Hits of Loretta Lynn (1968)

  1. Don't Come Home A-Dinkin' (With Lovin' On Your Mind)
  2. Fist City
  3. To Make a Man
  4. Success
  5. I Know how
  6. Your Squaw Is on the Warpath
  7. Happy Birthday
  8. Wings Upon Your Horns
  9. You Ain't Woman Enough (To Take My Man)
  10. Blue Kentucky Girl
  11. Woman of the World
  12. Wine, Women and Song

Here’s Loretta Lynn

1968

Here’s Loretta Lynn (1968)

Here's Loretta Lynn was a complilation record of many of Loretta's early hits, before she had released any albums. It included all but two of her earliest singles with Zero Records; one of the omitted singles was her debut single, "I'm a Honky Tonk Girl". A lot of the songs included would later be re-recorded and included on later albums.
  1. Blue Steel
  2. My Love
  3. Whispering Sea
  4. New Rainbow
  5. Stop
  6. Heartaches Meet Mr. Blues
  7. The Darkest Day
  8. My Angel Mother
  9. My Life Story
  10. Gonna Pack My Troubles

Fist City

1968

Fist City (1968)

Fist City, when released in April 1968, became Loretta's second chart-topping album. It was Loretta at her peak, writing, singing, and telling it like it is, and Fist City was one of the first records to do that. It released two singles, with "What Kind of Girl" reaching number 1 in August 1968.
  1. Fist City
  2. Jackson Ain't a Very Big Town
  3. You Didn't Like My Lovin'
  4. I've Got Texas In My Heart
  5. You Never Were Mine
  6. Somebody's Back in Town
  7. A Satisfied Mind
  8. How Long Will it Take
  9. I Don't Wanna Play House
  10. I'm Shottin' for Tomorrow

Who Says God Is Dead!

1968

Who Says God Is Dead! (1968)

Loretta's second gospel album, Who Says God is Dead!, was released in January 1968. The album peaked on the charts and number 44 and featured her son, Ernest Ray Lynn, on the track "Mama, Why?".
  1. Who Says God Is Dead!
  2. Standing Room Only
  3. I Believe
  4. Harp With Golden Strings
  5. I'm a Gettin' Ready to Go
  6. He's Got the Whole World in His Hands
  7. The Old Rugged Cross
  8. If You Miss Heaven (You'll Miss It All)
  9. In the Garden
  10. Ten Thousand Angels
  11. Mama, Why?

Double Star Series (with Webb Pierce)

1967

Double Star Series (with Webb Pierce) (1967)

  1. Saturday Night
  2. Bottles and Babies
  3. Luzianna
  4. Stanger in a Strange, Strange City
  5. Alla My Love
  6. Don't Come Home A-Drinkin' (With Lovin' on Your Mind)
  7. Blue Kentucky Girl
  8. If You're Not Gone Too Long
  9. You Ain't Woman Enough
  10. Happy Birthday

Singin’ With Feelin’

1967

Singin’ With Feelin’ (1967)

  1. Bargain Basement Dress
  2. Dark Moon
  3. If Loneliness Can Kill Me
  4. It's Such a Pretty World Today
  5. Wanted Woman
  6. Slowly Killing Me
  7. Secret Love
  8. I'll Sure Come a Long Way Down
  9. Walk Through This World With Me
  10. If You're Not Gone Too Long
  11. What Now?
  12. A Place to Hide and Cry

Singin’ Again (with Ernest Tubb)

1967

Singin’ Again (with Ernest Tubb) (1967)

The second of Loretta and Ernest Tubb's collaborations was an even bigger success than their first, with Singin' Again reaching number 2, hot on the heels of her number one record, Don't Come Home a-Drinkin'. The winning duet reunited releasing one single.
  1. Sweet Thang
  2. We'll Never Change
  3. Let's Stop Right Where We Are
  4. Love Is No Excuse
  5. I'm Not Leavin' You (It's All in Your Mind)
  6. Beautiful, Unhappy Home
  7. One to Ten
  8. Bartender
  9. I'm Bitin' My Fingernails and Thinking of You
  10. Yearning
  11. Beautiful Friendship
  12. Thin Grey Line

Don’t Come Home A-Drinkin’ (With Lovin’ on Your Mind)

1967

Don’t Come Home A-Drinkin’ (With Lovin’ on Your Mind) (1967)

Loretta's ninth studio album was her first to be certified Gold and she was the first woman in Country Music to garner that award. Throughout her career, she was renowned for "singin' it like the women lived it" and Don't Come Home A Drinkin', the eponymous single, was the perfect example of that philosophy. Her trademark down-to-earth style made her a huge success in an era when these stories were not being told. She sang it like it was!
  1. Don't Come Home A-Drinkin' (With Lovin' on Your Mind)
  2. I Really Don't Want to Know
  3. Tomorrow Never Comes
  4. There Goes My Everything
  5. The Shoe Goes on the Other Foot Tonight
  6. Saint to a Sinner
  7. The Devil Gets His Due
  8. I Can't Keep Away From You
  9. I'm Living in Two Worlds
  10. Get What 'Cha Got and Go
  11. Making Plans
  12. I Got Caught

A Country Christmas

1966

A Country Christmas (1966)

Country Christmas was Loretta's first Christmas record, showcasing some classic Christmas songs, a traditional hymn as well as some original songs from Loretta. One of these was the only single released from the album, "To Heck with Ole Santa Claus". The album was released in October 1966.
  1. Country Christmas
  2. Away In A Manger
  3. Santa Claus Is Coming To Town
  4. Silver Bells
  5. Blue Chistmas
  6. It Won't Seem Like Christmas
  7. To Heck With Ole Santa Claus
  8. White Christmas
  9. Frosty the Snowman
  10. Christmas Without Daddy
  11. I Won't Decorate Your Christmas Tree
  12. Gift Of The Blues

You Ain’t Woman Enough

1966

You Ain’t Woman Enough (1966)

You Ain't Woman Enough was Loretta's eighth studio album and her first to reach number one in the US country chart. The album's only single, You Ain't Woman Enough, reached #2 making it her biggest hit up to that point and her highest charting single. This release cemented her position as one of the greatest country musicians of the time and was the second in a string of top 10 albums, starting with I Like 'Em Country, which was released only 8 months earlier. You Ain't Woman Enough was also the most programmed album of 1967, receiving the recognition from Billboard in its awards ceremony.
  1. You Ain't Woman Enough (To Take My Man)
  2. Put It Off Until Tomorrow
  3. These Boots Are Made for Walkin'
  4. God Gave Me a Heart to Forgive
  5. Keep Your Change
  6. Someone Before Me
  7. The Darkest Day
  8. Tippy Toeing
  9. Talking to the Wall
  10. A Man I Hardly Know
  11. Is It Working (For Loving You)
  12. It's Another World

I Like ‘Em Country

1966

I Like ‘Em Country (1966)

I Like 'Em Country was Loretta's first record to have two singles, "The Home You're Tearin' Down" and "Dear Uncle Sam", the latter of which was the first single written by Loretta to reach the top 10. The album itself was also a resounding success, reaching the number 2 spot.
  1. Two Mules Pull This Wagon
  2. Its Been So Long, Darlin'
  3. Sometimes You Just Can't Win
  4. If Teardrops Were Pennies
  5. Your Cheatin' Heart
  6. Go On and Go
  7. Cry Cry Cry
  8. The Home You're Tearin' Down
  9. Hurtin' fer Certain
  10. Today Has Been a Day
  11. Jealous Heart
  12. Dear Uncle Sam

Hymns

1965

Hymns (1965)

Buoyed by her success in the Country music scene, Loretta released her first gospel album in November 1965, featuring popular songs and two written by Loretta. Hymns reached the number 10 spot on the Country chart and spent a total of 17 weeks on the chart. Its only single, "Everybody Wants to Go to Heaven" did not chart.
  1. Everybody Wants to go to Heaven
  2. Where No One Stands Alone
  3. When They Ring Those Golden Bells
  4. (There'll Be) Peace in the Valley
  5. If I Could Hear My Mother Pray Again
  6. The Third Man
  7. How Great Though Art
  8. Old Camp Meetin' time
  9. When I Hear My Children Pray
  10. In the Sweet Bye and Bye
  11. Where I Learned to Pray
  12. I'd Rather Have Jesus

Mr. and Mrs. Used to Be

1965

Mr. and Mrs. Used to Be (1965)

Loretta's first collaborative album was one of three that she would record with fellow Country star, Ernest Tubb. Mr. and Mrs. Used to Be was a huge success, spawning two singles and reaching number 13 on the Country charts.
  1. Mr. and Mrs. Used to Be
  2. I'll Just Call You Darling
  3. I Reached for the Wine
  4. My Past Brought Me to You (Your Past Brought You to Me)
  5. Are You Mine
  6. Our Hearts Are Holding Hands
  7. Keep Those Cards and Letters
  8. Just Between the Two of Us
  9. We're Not Kids Anymore
  10. Love Was Right Here All the Time
  11. Two in the Cold
  12. A Dear John Letter

Blue Kentucky Girl

1965

Blue Kentucky Girl (1965)

By 1965, Loretta had had three consecutive Top 5 singles and was fast becoming a Country icon. The album reached number 14 in the charts and had one single released from it, "Blue Kentucky Girl". This would be her last solo Country album for 12 years not to make the top ten.
  1. Blue Kentucky Girl
  2. Then and Only Then
  3. I Still Miss Someone
  4. Night Girl
  5. Love's Been Here and Gone
  6. Father To Go
  7. The Race is On
  8. I Won't Forget You
  9. Two Steps Forward
  10. Send Me the Pillow You Dream On
  11. The Beginning of the End
  12. Today

Songs from My Heart

1965

Songs from My Heart (1965)

Songs From My Heart was Loretta's third studio album and it cemented her early Nashville and Country style as her popularity and success began to bloom. The album peaked at number 8 and included two songs written by Loretta and one by her husband, "You Made What I Am".
  1. Happy Birthday
  2. When Lonely Hits Your Heart
  3. You've Made Me What I Am
  4. Once a Day
  5. You're the Only Good Thing
  6. It Just Looks That Way
  7. I Don't Believe I'll Fall in Love Today
  8. Half a Mind
  9. Oh, Lonesome Me
  10. Boy Like You
  11. When Dreams Go Out of Style
  12. A Wound Time Can't Erase

Before I’m Over You

1964

Before I’m Over You (1964)

Loretta's second album was Before I'm Over You, including one track written by Loretta herself. The album peaked at number 11 on the Billboard Country Albums chart in June 1964 and included her very first top 10 single, "Before I'm Over You", which had been released the previous year.
  1. Singing the Blues
  2. Before I'm Over You
  3. You Don't Have to Be a Baby to Cry
  4. Who'll Help Me Get Over You
  5. Loose Talk
  6. Where Were You
  7. Wine, Women and Song
  8. The End of the World
  9. My Shoes Keep Walking Back to You
  10. Fool No. 1
  11. This Haunted House
  12. Get Set for a Heartache

Loretta Lynn Sings

1963

Loretta Lynn Sings (1963)

Loretta Lynn Sings was her first studio album to be released and her first top 10 entry on the Billboard Country chart. It heralded the start of a superstar career and one of the most prolific and successful country artists of the next two decades. The album also contained her first top 10 single, "Success". Loretta was here and she was here to stay!
  1. Success
  2. The Minute You're Gone
  3. The Other Woman
  4. Alone With You
  5. Why I'm Walkin
  6. The Girl That I Am Now
  7. Act Naturally
  8. World of Forgotten People
  9. Color of the Blues
  10. A Hundred Proof Heartache
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