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Jeannie Seely

  • Jeannie Seely's Greatest Hits [Monument, 1972] B

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Jeannie Seely's Greatest Hits [Monument, 1972]
In 1966, Seely's "Don't Touch Me" took country women's sexuality from the honky-tonk into the bedroom even though it didn't end up there, and the on-again off-again ache in her voice retained its savor afterwards. But never again did she find a song at once so moral and so febrile. B

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