In this episode, we're featuring a mid-70s release from Loretta Lynn: "When The Tingle Becomes A Chill" (1976). With the MCA marketing machine behind this album, it spawned a Top 5 hit in the title track and a further Top 20 for the Coal Miner's Daughter - but this album arguably marked a decline in Loretta's commercial appeal. She backed it up with some success in '77, but after that it was all downhill, sales-wise. Having said that, the album features some solid country songwriters (Ben Peters, Jerry Chesnut) and some A-class Nashville pickers (Grady Martin, Hal Rugg) - and with that backing, hearing Loretta do standards of the era is pleasurable nonetheless. Versions of Glen Campbell's "Rhinestone Cowboy", Ronnie Milsap's "Daydreams About Night Things" are pleasant enough, but the real gold comes in the title track and the plaintive "Turn Me Anyway But Loose".