Here is one from Ms Loretta Lynn. I imagine a paid somewhere in the ball park of $3 for this. I am going to buy it since it is early Lynn but the light blue backdrop which was popular on country albums of the time kind of subconsciously made sure this purchased happened. I wonder of somebody in Nashville designed the records that way.
As reported on this blog (as well as everywhere else), Lynn suffered a stroke this May. However, I believe she is still making a good recovery. she has still postponed public performances and has delayed her new album until next year, but according to her daughter, she is progressing positively thru physical therapy.
This effort was Lynn’s 6th studio album. Released in 1966, the album would peak at #2 on the Billboard Country Charts. With songs by Ernest Tubb, Hank Williams, and Johnny Cash among others, it was a pretty good effort which spawned two Top Ten singles, Betty Sue Perry’s “The Home You’re Tearing Down”, and Lynn’s own composition ” Dear Uncle Sam” which was about the Vietnam War.
For a sample, I went with the catchy “Hurtin’ For Certain”.
Great record. Satisfactory.