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    Loretta Lynn "white Christmas blue"

    Spotify listen:

    im usually not a an of the yuletide albums from pop/rock singers
    but I make an exception for Elvis Presley, Boney M and Bob Dylan,
    only kidding, Elvis and boney M yes, Dylan no way!...
    im a big an of Loretta as you guys know so I just had to take a listen...
    one new composition, the title track, which is pretty good,
    two other re recordings from her last Xmas album which was released
    fifty years ago this year, and the rest are pretty much stock standard
    Christmas staples we all know...
    shes still got that lovely, sexy accent, but her voice shakes and quivers
    a lot on this album, but she is approaching 80 so i'll cut her a break...
    not a bad collection if youre into festive music...
    I don't own any of her festive season music, but I probably will get one
    of hers this year, probably an old one from back in the day:
    sorry, no links from the new album available but im sure you can imagine
    the songs and how they'll sound


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    I like the song!! Loretta sounds pretty good to me. Is that Willie singing with her??



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    Seems it is John Carter Cash. He sounds better than his dad to me.



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    thanks for finding a link Linda, it obviously took a couple of days for someone to upload to YT...

    that track is the "new" original track on the album, best one on it IMO....
    and I thought that was Willie singing with her, but I couldn't find any info on whether it was or wasn't Willie so I didn't bother commenting on it
    glad someone else did though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lovely Linda View Post
    Seems it is John Carter Cash. He sounds better than his dad to me.
    im not a fan of John Carter Cash, nor am I a fan of Rosanne Cash...

    with the Williams family, im a fan of Hank and Hank III, but not Hank Jnr.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CRAZY-HORSE View Post
    thanks for finding a link Linda, it obviously took a couple of days for someone to upload to YT...

    that track is the "new" original track on the album, best one on it IMO....
    and I thought that was Willie singing with her, but I couldn't find any info on whether it was or wasn't Willie so I didn't bother commenting on it
    glad someone else did though.
    You are welcome CH.
    I enjoyed the song. Thanks for bringing it to our attention.
    I don't like Rosanne Cash either. First time I heard JCC sing.



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