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Coal Miner's Daughter
Genres: Pop, Soundtracks
No Description Available. Genre: Soundtracks & Scores Media Format: Compact Disk Rating: Release Date: 8-FEB-2000
No Description Available.
Genre: Soundtracks & Scores
Media Format: Compact Disk
Release Date: 8-FEB-2000
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EXCELLENT/EXCELLENT FIVE STARS * * * * *
Lynnie in PA | Pottsville, PA USA | 11/05/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I LOVE this cd soundtrack. I also LOVE the movie and can't watch it enough. I love Sissy Spacek in it, and Tommy Lee Jones, and thought Sissy was extremely talented, not only with acting, but vocally on this. I bought Loretta Lynn's CD but I like this one better, no offense to those Loretta Lynn Fans, but this cd with Sissy singing just makes me feel like singing to it, and it puts me in a great mood. Excellent cd soundtrack, excellent movie, a must have, both cd and movie."
You're Lookin' At Sissy...
Mark A. MacDougal | Surfside Beach, SC USA | 07/14/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"It is hard to believe this album took 20 years to be released on CD. Finally, the wait is over. Sissy Spacek's brilliant performance in the movie was nearly outdone by her own amazing vocals on this splendid soundtrack. From the opening, intimate vocals of the first cut, "The Titanic" to the final cut, "You're Lookin' At Country", the entire soundtrack is a complete treasure. In 1980 this movie and soundrack kindled a love for the music of Loretta Lynn that still burns today. Buy it, own it, love it."
Book 'Em, Danno | Minneapolis, MN USA | 08/09/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I never knew for many years that there was a soundtrack to this movie in existence, although I always hoped because I love Loretta Lynn and was so impressed by Sissy Spacek's interpretation of Loretta. I was so glad to find that this had been released on CD after all of these years. What an exceptional singing ability Sissy has. I'm surprised she hasn't done more. My only gripe is that there were a couple more songs by Sissy that were in the film that they could have put on the soundtrack, rather than the songs by Levon Helm and "Funeral Guests." Still a great collection, though."