Digitally remastered two-fer containing a pair of albums from the late country music great on one CD. Tammy Wynette, known as the First Lady of Country Music, was one of the music's truly iconic figures. This much beloved entertainer who, during a 27 year recording career saw the release of 42 studio albums and charted 73 singles. You And Me, with it's title track scoring a two week run at the top of the Billboard Country charts in October 1976, headed up an album featuring a diverse range of material. Willie Nelson's 'Little Things' is a catch-up 'phone conversation between a separated couple, 'Jesus Send A Song' equates religion with the Nashville music scene surroundings, and southern emotions live on with 'Dixieland (You Will Never Die)'.Let's Get Together from 1977 was well-acclaimed, not least of all because several songs came close to her recordings of a few years earlier, her inimitable "sob-in-the-voice" letting the listener know about holding your man, losing your man and what to do afterwards. Among the songwriters who contributed to the collection are the Statler Brothers Don and Harold Reid ('You Could Be Coming To Me') and Rafe Van Hoy ('Cheatin' Is') while Tammy shared credit with George Richey on 'Loving You, I Do'. Both albums appear on CD for the first time.
Digitally remastered two-fer containing a pair of albums from the late country music great on one CD. Tammy Wynette, known as the First Lady of Country Music, was one of the music's truly iconic figures. This much beloved entertainer who, during a 27 year recording career saw the release of 42 studio albums and charted 73 singles. You And Me, with it's title track scoring a two week run at the top of the Billboard Country charts in October 1976, headed up an album featuring a diverse range of material. Willie Nelson's 'Little Things' is a catch-up 'phone conversation between a separated couple, 'Jesus Send A Song' equates religion with the Nashville music scene surroundings, and southern emotions live on with 'Dixieland (You Will Never Die)'.Let's Get Together from 1977 was well-acclaimed, not least of all because several songs came close to her recordings of a few years earlier, her inimitable "sob-in-the-voice" letting the listener know about holding your man, losing your man and what to do afterwards. Among the songwriters who contributed to the collection are the Statler Brothers Don and Harold Reid ('You Could Be Coming To Me') and Rafe Van Hoy ('Cheatin' Is') while Tammy shared credit with George Richey on 'Loving You, I Do'. Both albums appear on CD for the first time.
5013929897939

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Format: CD
Label: IMT
Rel. Date: 11/17/2017
UPC: 5013929897939

You & Me / Let's Get Together
Artist: Tammy Wynette
Format: CD
New: In Stock $15.99
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Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. You and Me
2. Every Now and Then
3. Funny Face
4. The Hawaiian Wedding Song
5. Little Things
6. Jesus Send a Song
7. One of These Days
8. You Hurt the Love Right Out of Me
9. When Love Was All We Had 1
10. Dixieland (You Will Never Die) 1
11. Let's Get Together (One Last Time) 1
12. If We Never Love Again 1
13. Loving You, I Do 1
14. It's Gonna Take a Long, Long Time 1
15. You Could Be Coming to Me 1
16. Your Sweet Lies (Turned Down My Sheets Again) 1
17. Cheatin' Is 1
18. I Can Love You 1
19. No One Can Take His Place 2
20. I Can Still Believe in You

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Digitally remastered two-fer containing a pair of albums from the late country music great on one CD. Tammy Wynette, known as the First Lady of Country Music, was one of the music's truly iconic figures. This much beloved entertainer who, during a 27 year recording career saw the release of 42 studio albums and charted 73 singles. You And Me, with it's title track scoring a two week run at the top of the Billboard Country charts in October 1976, headed up an album featuring a diverse range of material. Willie Nelson's 'Little Things' is a catch-up 'phone conversation between a separated couple, 'Jesus Send A Song' equates religion with the Nashville music scene surroundings, and southern emotions live on with 'Dixieland (You Will Never Die)'.Let's Get Together from 1977 was well-acclaimed, not least of all because several songs came close to her recordings of a few years earlier, her inimitable "sob-in-the-voice" letting the listener know about holding your man, losing your man and what to do afterwards. Among the songwriters who contributed to the collection are the Statler Brothers Don and Harold Reid ('You Could Be Coming To Me') and Rafe Van Hoy ('Cheatin' Is') while Tammy shared credit with George Richey on 'Loving You, I Do'. Both albums appear on CD for the first time.