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Lorrie Morgan has never been a favorite with country’s neo-traditionalist crowd; there’s too much studio polish and pop melodrama in her music to pass the purists’ test. But forget the hipness quotient — on merit alone, the sheer expressiveness of her voice deservedly won her a long string of hits in the ‘80s and ‘90s. Listen to “Except for Monday” or “What Part of No” to hear how she put her own feisty spin on upbeat honky-tonk fare. She was capable of projecting both righteous anger (“Five Minutes”) and tearful regret (“Dear Me”). Morgan radiates a resolute sort of class, as her signature tune “Something In Red” so well demonstrates. Lesser-known songs like “She Walked Beside the Wagon” (an empathetic portrait of a pioneer woman) prove her capable of more than obvious radio hits. Those who like their country dirt-streaked and twang-heavy won’t find much of that here. But at her best, Morgan is a consummate pro who projects sincerity even when she turns on the showbiz charm. The evidence is here in these tracks.

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Lorrie Morgan is greatest female artist of all time!!!


Born: June 27, 1959 in Nashville, TN

Genre: Country

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Although she spent most of her life singing, Lorrie Morgan didn't become a star until the early '90s, when she scored a string of Top Ten country hits. Born Loretta Lynn Morgan, she was the daughter of Grand Ole Opry star George Morgan and made her professional debut at age 13 on the Opry, where her rendition of "Paper Roses" received a standing ovation. When her father died in 1975, she took over his band and began leading the group through various club gigs. Within a few years, she disbanded the...
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