Coal Miner's Daughter (album)
|Coal Miner's Daughter|
|Studio album by Loretta Lynn|
|Released||December 28, 1970|
|Recorded||October-July 1969-1970, Bradley's Barn, Mount Juliet|
|Loretta Lynn chronology|
|Singles from Coal Miner's Daughter|
The album's title track was the only single released and peaked at #1 on the Billboard Country Chart in late 1970. The song, about the upbringing of Lynn's life made the song her signature song and also made this album very popular. The album peaked at #4 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart and #81 on the Billboard 200. The album was eventually certified "Gold" by the RIAA in 1978 for selling 500,000 copies, becoming Lynn's third gold album.
The album's name would be used for the name of Lynn's best-selling autobiography as well as the 1980 Oscar-winning movie starring Sissy Spacek.Lynn later struck a similar pose for the cover of her autobiography as on this album but it was not the same photograph.
Besides the hit single, Lynn wrote two additional songs for this album, including "What Makes Me Tick". Many of the album's 11 tracks consist of 1970s hit singles by other artists, including Ray Price's "For the Good Times" and "Snowbird" by Anne Murray. The album was later re-released on MCA Records.
- "Coal Miner's Daughter" (Loretta Lynn) – 2:48
- "Hello Darlin'" (Conway Twitty) – 2:22
- "Less of Me" (Glen Campbell) – 2:11
- "Any One, Any Worse, Any Where" (Lorene Allen, Lynn) – 2:44
- "For the Good Times" (Kris Kristofferson) – 3:15
- "The Man of the House" (Larry Brinkley, Lee McAlphin) – 2:47
- "What Makes Me Tick" (Lynn) – 2:00
- "Another Man Loved Me Last Night" (Lorenne Allen, Peggy Sue Wells) – 2:32
- "It'll Be Open Season on You" (Charlie Aldridge) – 2:39
- "Too Far" (Marty Robbins) – 3:10
- "Snowbird" (Gene MacLellan) – 2:22
Album – Billboard (North America)
Singles - Billboard (North America)
|1970||"Coal Miner's Daughter"||Country Singles||1|