White out Jack White's name as producer and collaborator, and Loretta Lynn's latest probably flies under the radar and into the discount bins sooner than later. Such is the usual fate of the country legend deemed too old for radio or resurrection at this late date. Never mind her stature or the disc's status as one of the finest additions to a catalog dipped in platinum and preserved in amber; ask only George Jones or Merle Haggard, still out there kicking against the pricks and coming up with stubbed toes. But just as Rick Rubin gave life to Johnny Cash's career during his final decade by helping him make vestigial country-blues out of vital modern rock, the White... More >>>