The re-recorded classic features on Loretta Lynn’s upcoming album, Still Woman Enough. The album, which comes out on March 19th, also sees Lynn collaborating with the likes of Reba McEntire, Tanya Tucker and Carrie Underwood.
The album features a recitation of her signature hit ‘Coal Miner’s Daughter', alongside other classics such as the 1966 hit ‘You Ain’t Woman Enough’ and the 1960 track ‘My Love’.
Along with the song, which was originally released in 1971, the pair released a behind the scenes video. In the clip, Price speaks of the influence Lynn had on her career “Those storytelling songs she sings were the blueprint for me”.
She went on to say why she chose this song in particular; “It was an important song, it’s still an important song - to be able to talk about birth control and women’s rights in country music, it was legendary”.
The song was recorded at the historic Cash Cabin Studio in Hendersonville, Tennessee and the album was produced by Lynn’s daughter, Patsy Lynn Russell and John Carter Cash.
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