Wynette

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Stand By Your Man - Background and Writing
... studios in 1968 in all of 15 minutes, from an idea that came from Wynette's producer, Billy Sherrill, one of the two writers who wrote the song, Wynette was the other writer ... Sherrill originally stated that before "Stand by Your Man"'s release, he thought that Wynette's "D-I-V-O-R-C-E" would be Wynette's career hit ... that time, Sherrill then stated that "Stand by Your Man" was definitely Wynette's career hit ...
Woman To Woman - In Music
... Woman to Woman, a 1989 album by jazz singer Cleo Laine "Woman to Woman" (Tammy Wynette song), a 1974 single by Tammy Wynette Woman to Woman, a 1974 album by Tammy Wynette "Woman ...
D-I-V-O-R-C-E - Background
... Just a year after Wynette scored her first hit with "Your Good Girl's Gonna Go Bad," she had already gained a reputation for catering to the female perspective in country ... couples." Country music historian Bill Malone wrote that Wynette's own tumultuous life (five marriages) "encompassed the jagged reality so many women have faced." Therefore, he asserts that Wynette ...
Bobby Braddock - Songwriting
... Loving Her Today" George Jones "D-I-V-O-R-C-E" Tammy Wynette "I Don't Remember Loving You" John Conlee "Two Shades of Blue" Deborah Allen "Country Music Lover" Little Jimmy Dickens "Did You Ever ... Karen Brooks "They Call It Making Love" Tammy Wynette "Georgia in a Jug" Johnny Paycheck "Fadin' In, Fadin' Out" Tommy Overstreet "Would They Love Him Down in Shreveport" The Oak Ridge Boys "Blo ...