Mi Vida Loca Sweetheart's Dance Calico Plains When You Walk In The Room Spilled Perfume I Was Blown Away They Don't Break 'Em Like They Used To In Between Dances Better Off Blue Til All The Lonely's Gone Melancholy Child Maybe It Was Memphis Already Fallen Cleopatra Queen Of Denial
From the rootsy, revved-up, Tex-Mex flavoured "Mi Vida Loca" to the final bluegrass barnstormer "'Til All The Lonely's Gone", Pam Tillis' SWEETHEART DANCE is a passionate link between the earthiness of traditionalism and the spunk of new country.The varied package of SWEETHEART'S DANCE includes a two-stepping shuffle ("They Don't Break 'Em Like They Used To"), a captivating waltz ("Sweetheart's Dance"), an intelligent ballad ("In Between Dances"), even a countrified remake from the '60s British invasion ("When You Walk In The Room").Themes are rooted in everyday experiences and deep emotions. Whether it's a bittersweet conversation between the two old friends of "Calico Plains" or the get-on-with-your-life advice of "Spilled Perfume", Tillis' voice is an encyclopaedia of life's twists and turns.The emotional highpoint of the album is the family affair co-written by Tillis and her husband, featuring her superstar dad Mel, the Tillis siblings, bluegrass legend Bill Monroe, and fiddler Sam Bush.Possessing one of the most distinctive voices in country, filled with tangy twang and vibrant vulnerability, Tillis surprised no one by winning the coveted 1994 Country Music Association's "Female Vocalist Of The Year" award.
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