Label: MCA Records - MCA-471 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Canada • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Country
Back to the Country is the twenty-fifth solo studio album by American country music singer-songwriter Loretta Lynn. The album's single, " The Pill ", a controversial song about birth controlbrought Lynn much notoriety in the media and was banned on a number of radio stations, although the single was reportedly her best selling of the decade. In the February 15, issue, Billboard published a review that said, "Is this the Loretta we know?
Singing about "The Pill" her runaway hit singlea barroom fight, skinny dipping, sharing a bed and other such infidelities. It's down to earth country, and no one can sing that sort of song the way Loretta does it. The only amazing thing about it is that she doesn't sing a single one of her own songs.
Cashbox also Dont Let Me Down - Bad Company - Bad Company a review in their February 15 issue which said, "Loretta Lynn will Loretta Lynn - Back To The Country be No. Loretta never left the country, but we like the "back to. The album peaked at No. The album's only single, " The Pill ", was released in Loretta Lynn - Back To The Country  and peaked at No.
The single was also successful in Canada, where it peaked at No. Three additional sessions followed on December 17, 18, and Three songs on the album were from recording sessions for previous albums. Adapted from the album liner notes. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Loretta Lynn.
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