Aquarium Drunkard Presents: Country Soul Sisters II – A Mixtape

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As promised, the much-anticipated return of Country Soul Sisters, celebrating the ladies that tamed the outlaws, took the reigns and subsequently changed the face of country music forever.

Aquarium Drunkard Presents: Country Soul Sisters II – A Mixtape

Tammy Wynette — Your Good Girl’s Gonna Go Bad
Sue Thompson — Who’s Gonna Mow Your Grass?
Donna Fargo — The Happiest Girl In The Whole USA
Lynn Anderson — If I Kiss You (Will You Go Away?)
Melba Montgomery — The World Didn’t Cost Me A Dime
Norma Jean — Heaven Help The Working Girl
Dolly Parton — Games People Play
Nancy Sinatra — Hello L.A., Bye-Bye Birmingham
Wanda Jackson — I Wonder Could I Live There Anymore
Wilma Burgess — Baby
Skeeter Davis — My Last Date (With You)
Jeannie Seely – Can I Sleep In Your Arms
Jody Miller — Natural Woman

Previously: Aquarium Drunkard Presents: Country Soul Sisters – A Mixtape

6 thoughts on “Aquarium Drunkard Presents: Country Soul Sisters II – A Mixtape

  1. Fantastic. Better and deeper than CSS #1. The Norma Jean song reminds me of Freakwater’s “Waitress Song.” A classic in and of itself. But, who came first, Skeeter Davis or Floyd Cramer?

    Thanks.

  2. Skeeter’s version (co-written with Boudleaux Bryant) was released in December 1960 as an answer to Floyd’s #2 instrumental hit earlier that same year.

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