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It makes people sad, but sometimes you’ve got to.” Price is unafraid to express herself and shame (in song and conversation) the “deceitful” people (mostly in the music industry) who have done her wrong, including a prospective manager who invited her to his house and spiked her drink.
The new set commemorates the golden anniversary of Lynn's first visit to Country Songs. As she won a new generation of fans by collaborating with White, Lynn is an esteemed member of the 2010 Lilith Tour lineup. I have never done shows just with other girl singers before," says Lynn.
As its title implies, the wholly newly recorded Full Circle takes us from the first song she wrote, Whispering Sea, to duets with Elvis Costello on the caustic Everything It Takes, and 82-year-old whippersnapper Willie Nelson on the heartbreaking Lay Me Down.
MINING ANOTHER HIT: George Strait isn't the only country legend making chart headlines this week.
While the King of Country notches a top 10 on Country Songs in a record 30th consecutive year, as "I Gotta Get to You" zips 12-9, Loretta Lynn adds to her legacy with a debut on Country Albums. 2-peaking "Van Lear Rose," produced by the White Stripes' Jack White, in 2004-05.
The singer - who celebrated her 75th birthday yesterday - returns to the list after four years and 10 months, as "50th Anniversary Collection" debuts at No. The new retrospective expands Lynn's career span on the chart to 46 years, three months and one week, dating to Jan. An appearance on the first Country Albums chart is enough to give Johnny Cash a one-week lead over Lynn for longest span on the survey. 15 this week with "American VI: Ain't No Grave." He inaugurated the chart when "Ring of Fire (The Best of Johnny Cash)" led the maiden list dated Jan. "50th Anniversary Collection" marks Lynn's 59th entry on Country Albums, a sum that includes 12 duet albums with Conway Twitty, four sets with Ernest Tubb and one with Dolly Parton and Tammy Wynette.
Without any apparent support from his subject (bar a tour of the auteur’s idiosyncratic Nashville HQ, Third Man Records), Hasted digs deep via travels to White’s hometown of Detroit, unearthing witnesses to seminal moments in the White Stripes’ unconventional and unexpected rise.