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Loretta Lynn ft Reba McEntire and Carrie Underwood - Still Woman Enough

maddkat

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@LorettaLynn
I loved singing with @carrieunderwood
and @reba
McEntire on my new album #StillWomanEnough. Two of the best! I love you, girls. https://lorettalynn.lnk.to/SWEAlbum#NeverRetire#NeverStop

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LilUnderwood

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I cannot wait to hear the song they collaborated on! Was secretly hoping that Loretta’s Twitter post would be a sneak peak. Thankfully it comes out tomorrow!
 

FanSince04

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I love the harmonies in their voices. They blended very well together, yet you can distinguish each of their voices.
 

jaymiee

Member
Love the clip! although i feel like i can only hear Loretta and Carrie lol. Maybe i hear Reba towards the end. Hoping somehow this gets them CMA and Grammy noms that would be awesome!
 

Smokyiiis

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Haha love this! Tickled pink! I too can hear the distinction and the blended harmonies. Unequivocally country
 

jaks_weyn

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Youtube released the full song here.. basically what you hear in the clip reflects the whole feel of the song.. in the bridge you get to hear one line solo from Reba and Carrie.. then in the end each sings "still woman enough" but mostly it's Loretta which I'm amazed she can still sing like how she does in the song.. reba and her sound alike that i can't tell when Reba is singing lol.. great collab!
 

adam1995

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I love it. Hope we somehow get to have a live performance of this. If it weren't for COVID I'd say we'd have a better chance at the ACMs, but everything is so ridiculous with that that I doubt it.
 

adam1995

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Loretta sounds truly remarkable for 88 and after having a stroke. I am so happy that she seems to be doing well, and hope she is with us for many more years.
 

bigd79

Member
I want to like this but I just don't think Loretta sounds good at all. She ruins it for me. Sorry :(

I think this would be waaaaay better if it were just Carrie and Reba doing the song together.
 

adam1995

Well-known member
I want to like this but I just don't think Loretta sounds good at all. She ruins it for me. Sorry :(

I think this would be waaaaay better if it were just Carrie and Reba doing the song together.

I get it's your opinion, but Loretta really doesn't sound like she lost a beat from her heyday. Her voice has aged, but it hasn't declined. She's sounds as strong as ever. Not sure if you listened to a lot of Loretta, but she's still sounding good 60+ years on. And really just the magnitude of who Carrie is performing with here makes this record important, regardless of vocal delivery. Without Loretta there is no Carrie OR Reba, OR Dolly, and so on.
 
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PRGuy79

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I love the song with Loretta, Carrie and Reba. I am so impressed by the pristine quality of Loretta's voice after all these years - which is what truly makes the song so powerful. She is, indeed, "still woman enough." And Carrie and Reba's harmonies sound great. The fact that all three are involved demonstrates the legacy Loretta has within the country music industry. Reba and Carrie and their amazing careers continue the trailblazing that Loretta helped start.
 

Suellen

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I get it's your opinion, but Loretta really doesn't sound like she lost a beat from her heyday. Her voice has aged, but it hasn't declined. She's sounds as strong as ever. Not sure if you listened to a lot of Loretta, but she's still sounding good 60+ years on. And really just the magnitude of who Carrie is performing with here makes this record important, regardless of vocal delivery. Without Loretta there is no Carrie OR Reba, OR Dolly, and so on.
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rainbow1

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I love the song with Loretta, Carrie and Reba. I am so impressed by the pristine quality of Loretta's voice after all these years - which is what truly makes the song so powerful. She is, indeed, "still woman enough." And Carrie and Reba's harmonies sound great. The fact that all three are involved demonstrates the legacy Loretta has within the country music industry. Reba and Carrie and their amazing careers continue the trailblazing that Loretta helped start.

I like!
 
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