It was not until Kitty Wells in 1952, soon followed by Jean Shepard in 1953, that a female artist topped the country charts.
It was not until Kitty Wells in 1952, soon followed by Jean Shepard in 1953, that a female artist topped the country charts.
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Format: CD
Label: ACROBAT
Rel. Date: 11/05/2021
UPC: 824046340124

Dear John Letter:The Singles Collection 1953-62
Artist: Jean Shepard
Format: CD
New: Available $16.99
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DISC: 1

1. Crying Steel Guitar Waltz
2. Twice The Lovin'
3. A Dear John Letter
4. I'd Rather Die Young
5. Forgive Me, John
6. My Wedding Ring
7. The Glass That Stands Beside You
8. Let's Kiss And Try Again
9. Two Whoops And A Holler
10. Why Did You Wait?
11. You'll Come Crawlin' Back
12. Don't Fall In Love With A Married Man
13. Please Don't Divorce Me
14. Don't Rush Me
15. Did You Tell Her About Me
16. You Sent Her An Orchid
17. Take Possession
18. A Satisfied Mind
19. I Thought Of You
20. Beautiful Lies
21. This Has Been Your Life
22. I Learned It All From You
23. You're Calling Me Sweetheart Again
24. He Loved Me Once And He'll Love Me Again
25. Just Give Me Love
26. Thank You Just The Same
27. Tomorrow I'll Be Gone
28. If You Can Walk Away
29. Under Suspicion
30. The Other Woman
31. It Scares Me Half To Death
32. Act Like A Married Man
33. You're Just The Kind Of Guy
34. I Used To Love You
35. He's My Baby
36. Secrets Of Life
37. Just Another Girl
38. I Want To Go Where No One Knows Me
39. I'll Take The Blame
40. Have Heart, Will Love
41. Jeopardy
42. Better Love Next Time
43. Heartaches, Teardrops And Sorrow
44. Sweetheart Don't Come Back
45. The One You Slip Around With
46. The Mysteries Of Life
47. How Do I Tell It To A Child
48. Lonely Little World
49. For The Children's Sake
50. The Root Of Evil (Is A Man)
51. No One Knows
52. How Long Does It Hurt
53. If You Were Losing Him To Me
54. The Biggest Cry
55. Two Voices, Two Shadows, Two Faces
56. Your Conscience Or Your Heart
57. It's Never Too Late
58. One Less Heartache
59. It's Torture
60. I've Learned To Live With You (And Be Alone)

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It was not until Kitty Wells in 1952, soon followed by Jean Shepard in 1953, that a female artist topped the country charts.