This CD compilation features almost all of her two albums recorded for Rebel except for two tracks from each album. I've included these two tracks in a separate folder, two sourced from a digital download and the other two sourced and restored from vinyl.
Most of this album was recorded live at a concert he gave for the University of Illinois Campus Folksong Club on December 14, 1963. This was pressed poorly on cheap vinyl and this is the cause of the less than stellar sound quality.
Title: The Hell-Bound Train
Label: University of Illinois Campus Folksong Club Records
Source: Vinyl (Restored for my personal listening. Sound quality grade: B-.)
# of tracks: 19
DOWNLOAD: (PDF of original liner notes booklet included.)
This album was rush released to cash in on Jeannie's overnight success with "Harper Valley PTA" and consists of recordings she made with Little Darlin' and Aubrey Mayhew prior to signing with Plantation Records.
Title: Sock Soul
Label: Little Darlin'
Source: Vinyl (Restored for my personal listening. Sound quality grade: A-.)
Both of her albums released in 1976 and 1977. The first one features her hit single "Baby Boy" that she made famous on the satirical soap opera Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman as Loretta Haggers, the aspiring country singer. The second album features a duet with Willie Nelson. Both are great albums.
Title: Tonite! At The Capri Lounge: Loretta Haggers / Aimin' To Please