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  1. Jul 10,  · - Jody Miller - Wedenesday Child Is Full Of Woe Track List: 01 - Another Love 02 - All My Trials 03 - Butterfly 04 - Evergreen Tree 05 - Last Night A Little Girl Grew Up 06 - Lonely Am I 07 - Big Midnight Special 08 - Railroad Boy 09 - The Hangman 10 - Wedenesday Child Is Full Of Woe 11 - The Garden Of My Heart 12 - On The Other Side Of.
  2. I am delighted to purchase this excellent album of Jody's, in digital form, with the two bonus tracks, which are outstanding. I was a radio personality working in the Chicago market in the '60's and 70's, & it's my humble opinion Jody Miller is among the top 6 finest female vocalists of the golden age of American Pop & Country music.5/5(2).
  3. HOLY IS HE Jody Miller Music ANGEL WINGS Jody Miller Music BEYOND THESE WALLS Jody Miller Music POOR DEVIL'S FALLEN Jody Miller Music HOLY GROUNDS Jody Miller Music GATHERED HOME Jody Miller Music ONE DAY AT A TIME Jody Miller Music Compendia
  4. The first collection of Jody Miller's work since Renaissance's set Anthology, Real Gone's The Complete Epic Hits bests that compilation by a single song -- running 25 songs to Anthology's 24, a full 18 of those shared -- and adding liner notes from Miller herself. As this focuses on Miller's work for Epic, her earliest singles -- including "Queen of the House," the career-making.
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  6. Although she became famous for Queen of the House, her response to Roger Miller's King of the Road, Jody Miller pioneered a fusion of folk, country and pop that set the stage for the folky country-.
  7. Jody Miller (November 29, ) is a country music singer. Born Myrna Joy Miller, she was born in Phoenix, Arizona and raised in Oklahoma. Discovered by actor Dale Robertson, she began her career in the early s as a folk/pop singer, singing in the Los Angeles area and appearing on Tom Paxton's television series.
  8. Jody Miller. Although she became famous for "Queen of the House," her response to Roger Miller's "King of the Road," Jody Miller pioneered a fusion of folk, country, and pop that set the stage for the folky country-pop of the '70s. Raised in Oklahoma, she was born Myrna Joy Miller and, inspired by the music of Joan Baez, learned to play guitar at the age of

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