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Boomkat Product Review:
If talent and sincerity automatically brought fame then everyone would know her name. instead, today norma jean is unjustly considered little more than a footnote in country music history. The fine recordings on offer here tell of a much greater story. Best known for her on and off stage association with porter wagoner and a string of moderate hit singles during the mid 1960s, by 1972 the spotlight had waned for norma jean. But 1972 is also the year that norma recorded her greatest album, the country-concept opus: "I guess that comes from being poor". Lovingly remastered from the original rca victor tapes and presented here for the first time on cd is the whole genius of the album and also highlights from the excellent "body and mind" and "another man loved me last night" LP's. Singing from the heart about her own humble beginnings and at times troubled life, norma jean delivered stinging tales in a soaring voice and a sugar coating! Includes 16 page full colour booklet with exclusive notes and rare photos.