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Thread started 09/16/12 10:09am

scriptgirl

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Patsy Cline or Tammy Wynette?

I favor Patsy, what say you?

"Lack of home training crosses all boundaries."
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Reply #1 posted 09/16/12 6:30pm

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Patsy's in a class all by herself.

Tammy is no joke either though.

Patsy has the material. Hit after hit after hit after hit. Stronger catalouge.

Also Patsy was more versatile, she could sing straight country, but just as comfortably sing rock and roll, pop and gospel.

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Reply #2 posted 09/16/12 7:21pm

missfee

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I only know the popular stuff but I would say Patsy.

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Reply #3 posted 09/16/12 8:10pm

TD3

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Ms. Cline

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Reply #4 posted 09/16/12 8:16pm

Timmy84

Hmm, that's a tough one... they're both good.

I guess for legacy's sake (though Tammy's catalog is not too bad either), I'd go with Patsy.

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Reply #5 posted 09/16/12 8:38pm

scriptgirl

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I see you, Ms Trina!

"Lack of home training crosses all boundaries."
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Reply #6 posted 09/16/12 9:43pm

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I like them both but they're totally different moods for me. I might play some Patsy if I brought a stranger home at 3 a.m. to sleep with because her music has more of a sexy feel to it. It doesn't really sound like country to me.

I like to play Tammy when I'm drinking and we get to laughing and tripping on rednecks. I LOVE to throw in a country song every now and then to shock and trip folks out and Tammy has a nice trashy slutty redneck feel to her that fits my personality, especially when I play something like "Your Good Girl Is Gonna Go Bad". falloff

Andy is a four letter word.
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Reply #7 posted 09/16/12 10:17pm

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Patsy. It's her voice.

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Reply #8 posted 09/16/12 10:20pm

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Tammy is ghetto. biggrin

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Reply #9 posted 09/16/12 10:34pm

scriptgirl

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How is she ghetto?

"Lack of home training crosses all boundaries."
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Reply #10 posted 09/16/12 11:10pm

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She got a much more down home and rawer country sound than Patsy.

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Reply #11 posted 09/17/12 5:15am

TD3

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scriptgirl said:

I see you, Ms Trina!

Back at cha scripti. biggrin

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Reply #12 posted 09/17/12 10:14am

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Patst is above pretty much everyone else. A better Vs. would be Loretta to Tammy.

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Reply #13 posted 09/17/12 3:17pm

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True. Tammy is mismatched. Not a fair duel.

Like I said, Patsy is in a whole other leauge.

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Reply #14 posted 09/17/12 6:02pm

TD3

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Ms. Wynette was a lot of things... ghetto wasn't one of them.

Even so a duel between she and Ms. Young

Ms. Young Lynn

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Reply #15 posted 09/17/12 6:06pm

scriptgirl

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Ms Trina, who is Ms Young?

"Lack of home training crosses all boundaries."
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Reply #16 posted 09/17/12 6:23pm

TD3

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scriptgirl said:

Ms Trina, who is Ms Young?

Got my Loretta's mixed up, senior moment. lol

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Reply #17 posted 09/17/12 6:33pm

scriptgirl

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I thought you meant Loretta Young, Ms Trina!

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Reply #18 posted 09/17/12 7:09pm

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I meant Lorretta Lynn. smile

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Reply #19 posted 09/17/12 7:13pm

JoeBala

Patsy is the best female C&W singer ever IMO.

Just Music-No Categories-Enjoy It!
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Reply #20 posted 09/18/12 11:07am

TonyVanDam

Motherf***ing Tammy Wynette! biggrin

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Reply #21 posted 09/18/12 11:34am

Genesia

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TD3 said:

scriptgirl said:

Ms Trina, who is Ms Young?

Got my Loretta's mixed up, senior moment. lol

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Reply #22 posted 09/18/12 11:37am

Ottensen

I would say Patsy, although being a 70's baby Ms. Wynette was more visible in popular culture during my generation as a young kid. My mom even had 45 records by her, Barbara Mandrell and Crystal Gale that she would blast on Saturdays when she was pressing our hair and smoking her menthol cigarettes lol

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Reply #23 posted 09/18/12 2:22pm

TD3

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Genesia said:

TD3 said:

Got my Loretta's mixed up, senior moment. lol

falloff

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I don't think Ms. Loretta Young could sing, she however knew how to swirl through a door. lol

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Reply #24 posted 09/18/12 2:47pm

scriptgirl

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She also knew how to cover up an illegitimate kid. *wink*

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Reply #25 posted 09/18/12 2:59pm

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scriptgirl said:

She also knew how to cover up an illegitimate kid. *wink*

See, "we" weren't even gonna go there, until you put Ms. Young's "shame" on front street. whistling

lol

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Reply #26 posted 09/18/12 3:04pm

scriptgirl

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Ms Trina, you know I can't deal with no hypocrites, 'specially ones that hide behind religion. See a certain matriarchal figure for details. Ahem.

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Reply #27 posted 09/18/12 3:23pm

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scriptgirl said:

Ms Trina, you know I can't deal with no hypocrites, 'specially ones that hide behind religion. See a certain matriarchal figure for details. Ahem.

The other Loretta would've written a song about it all, My Shame, Our Sin. lol

I'm going cut Ms. Young a lil' bit of a break.... a different time and era for which women caught hell for conceiving of children without the sake of marriage. Was she an hypocrite? Yeah. Loretta gotta around, I'm sure she went to confession said a couple of Hail Mary's and keep chasing.... wink

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Reply #28 posted 09/18/12 3:26pm

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Reply #29 posted 09/18/12 6:01pm

Timmy84

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scriptgirl said:

Ms Trina, you know I can't deal with no hypocrites, 'specially ones that hide behind religion. See a certain matriarchal figure for details. Ahem.

The other Loretta would've written a song about it all, My Shame, Our Sin. lol

I'm going cut Ms. Young a lil' bit of a break.... a different time and era for which women caught hell for conceiving of children without the sake of marriage. Was she an hypocrite? Yeah. Loretta gotta around, I'm sure she went to confession said a couple of Hail Mary's and keep chasing.... wink

lol

I ain't about to bash Loretta for that either. She probably wrote those songs because that's what was going on with teenage girls and young women then. Plus it wasn't like she was hiding the fact that she was 16 when she had her first child (not 13 as she herself indicated).

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