Loretta Lynn - Wouldn't It Be Great
Release Date: September 28, 2018
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After a delay of 13 months, during which she has been recovering from a stroke, 86-year-old music icon Loretta Lynn will release her new studio LP Wouldn’t It Be Great. A showcase of songs written or co-written by the resilient Country Music Hall of Fame legend, the album is now set for release on Friday, September 28th.
The follow-up to Lynn’s Grammy-nominated Full Circle, Wouldn’t It Be Great was co-produced by John Carter Cash and Lynn’s daughter Patsy Lynn Russell, who also teamed up to produce Full Circle.
The album continues Legacy Recordings’ issue of what has become known as the Cash Cabin Sessions, so-named for the historic recording studio north of Nashville where most of the sessions took place. New tunes on the 13-track release include “Ruby’s Stool,” “The Big Man” and “I’m Dying for Someone to Live For,” all penned by the artist with musician and frequent collaborator Shawn Camp. Also included are updated versions of a pair of enduring Lynn classics: “Don’t Come Home a-Drinkin'” and “Coal Miner’s Daughter,” which served as the title of her autobiography and the subsequent Oscar-winning film based on the memoir.