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Tammy Wynette

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Back Issues
Artist:
Tammy Wynette
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73M-9922
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Tammy Wynette The twenty-second issue of the subscription to the Country Music Greats Magazine features Tammy Wynette. It also includes articles on Lulu Roman, Country Stars Remembered, and much more...

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Like no country star before her, Tammy Wynette made female fans feel like she was one of them. She did it with a heartbreaking catch in her voice, and she did it by singing songs about real life. Very early in her career, Tammy and her producer, Billy Sherrill, understood where her fan base was and the songs were aimed with laser-like accuracy at family women caught in a stressful world of needy children and needy men, pulled at by their responsibilities and their own need to be loved. Her signature song, "Stand By Your Man," was attacked by "modern Women" too self-involved to understand that the song was not about subservience or submission of woman to man, but about the strength and determination necessary for anyone to keep a worthwhile love strong. Thanks to the ever-intrusive celebrity media, we all know that Tammy lived the high drama of her songs.

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The twenty-second issue of the subscription to the Country Music Greats Magazine features Tammy Wynette. It also includes articles on Lulu Roman, Country Stars Remembered, and much more...

Teaser from the Cover Story:

Like no country star before her, Tammy Wynette made female fans feel like she was one of them. She did it with a heartbreaking catch in her voice, and she did it by singing songs about real life. Very early in her career, Tammy and her producer, Billy Sherrill, understood where her fan base was and the songs were aimed with laser-like accuracy at family women caught in a stressful world of needy children and needy men, pulled at by their responsibilities and their own need to be loved. Her signature song, "Stand By Your Man," was attacked by "modern Women" too self-involved to understand that the song was not about subservience or submission of woman to man, but about the strength and determination necessary for anyone to keep a worthwhile love strong. Thanks to the ever-intrusive celebrity media, we all know that Tammy lived the high drama of her songs.

Purchase this Back-Issue for the Full Story.

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