Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man (song)
|"Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man"|
|Single by Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn|
|from the album Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man|
|B-side||"Living Together Alone"|
|Released||May 28, 1973|
|Genre||Country, bluegrass, country rock|
|Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn singles chronology|
"Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man" is a song written by Becki Bluefield and Jim Owen, and recorded by American country music artists Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn as a duet. It was released in May 1973 as the first single and title track from the album of the same name. The song was their third number one on the country chart as duo. The single would stay at number one for one week and spend a total of 13 weeks on the country chart.
Billboard magazine reviewed the song favorably, saying that the song has an "up-tempo Cajun sound" and that the pair comes off beautifully." It goes on to say that the song is a "change of pace and, naturally, well produced."
Appearances in other media
|Canadian RPM Country Tracks||1|
|US Billboard Country Songs||1|
"Trip to Heaven"
by Freddie Hart
|Billboard Hot Country Singles
August 18, 1973
"Everybody's Had the Blues"
by Merle Haggard
|RPM Country Tracks
September 8-September 15, 1973
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