Carter Girl

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  • Summary: The first release in six years for the laughter of June Carter and stepfather Johnny Cash was produced by Don Was and features guest appearances from Vince Gill, Kris Kristofferson and Willie Nelson.
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  • Record Label: Rounder Records
  • Genre(s): Country, Roots Rock, Contemporary Country, Neo-Traditionalist Country
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Me and the Wildwood Rose
In my Grandma's house her children would sing Guitars a twangin' and their laughter would ring I was little but I was the biggest kid I wanted to do... See the rest of the song lyrics
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  1. Positive: 7 out of 10
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  1. Mojo
    Apr 23, 2014
    This is unashamedly traditional: committed, personal and really quite perfect. [May 2014, p.91]
  2. Apr 7, 2014
    This may be the best record this Carter girl has ever made.
  3. Apr 7, 2014
    On Carter Girl, Carlene Carter has confronted the mighty legacy of the Carter Family's songbook and allowed it to strengthen her music rather than buckling under its weight, and this ranks with her finest recorded work to date.
  4. Apr 15, 2014
    Carlene has explained that she feels charged with the responsibility of maintaining and extending her family’s music, and without falsehood or artifice of any kind, she does exactly that on Carter Girl.
  5. Jul 1, 2014
    She long ago proved herself worthy of the family legacy, but Carter Girl would be a highlight of her substantial discography regardless of familial stamp.
  6. 60
    Carter Girl reaffirms Carlene Carter’s role as scion of country music’s leading family through a mixture of Carter Family classics and original material, plus shaky duets with Kris Kristofferson and Willie Nelson.
  7. Q Magazine
    May 20, 2014
    She sounded better as a bit of a bad girl. [Jun 2014, p.106]

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