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Dos Divas

July 23, 2013 | Format: MP3

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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: July 23, 2013
  • Release Date: July 23, 2013
  • Label: Red River Entertainment
  • Copyright: (C) 2013 Red River Entertainment
  • Total Length: 48:37
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  • ASIN: B00DOPU9K4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (68 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #65,942 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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32 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Family Reunion on July 23, 2013
Format: Audio CD
Pam Tillis and Lorrie Morgan (aka Grits & Glamour) have teamed up for a Thelma & Louise style musical road trip entitled Dos Divas. Although the album begins with the reflective "I Am Woman," which is a litany of the different personas a woman takes on as she faces life's challenges (and a song I felt might be better served at the end of the album as a sort of coda to the adventures described in the other 13 songs;) it soon cranks into high gear with the raucous drinking song, "I Know What You Did Last Night." Trading vocals as they trade accusations, Pam & Lorrie sing "I know what you did, I was there when you did it. No matter what you do you're never gonna live it down." In the end, they realize they can't really accuse each other without incriminating themselves. From there the Divas take their party South of the Border for a little Latina spice on the title track, "one was as hot as a jalapeno, one was as sweet as sweet sopapilla." Then it's a little Texas two step up the road to "I'm Tired," a song that recalls Country's Lone Star roots (complete with fiddle and steel guitar,) and one of the musical stand outs on the album.
They then take a moment to reflect on the modern Country ballad "Last Night's Makeup," with Lorrie singing, "If I could wash you off like last night's makeup, looking in the mirror wouldn't be so hard." While Lorrie looks back, Pam looks forward in the bluesy "Ain't Enough Roses." This is a fun, uptempo piano and harmonica driven song that lets someone know in no uncertain terms that they've messed up one time too many and they've been officially kicked to the curb no matter what peace offering they bring. But our heroines are able to move past their emotional road bumps as the next two songs capture a snapshot of love in harmony.
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Tom on July 27, 2013
Format: Audio CD
I purchased this CD with low expectations. I am not sure why? Both Lorrie & Pam have released very good CD's over the past few years. I suppose it's because the industry has written them off. I try not to look at radio for what's good music. If I somehow did I couldn't be more wrong. This is a most excellent CD. While not 100% traditional it does keep its roots in country more so than anything played on radio.

First vocally Pam's voice is in perfect shape and Lorrie's seems to have improved a bit from her last CD. At a glance some of the songs can seem gimmicky such as "I Know What You Did Last Night", "Old Enough To Be Your Lover", "What Was I Thinking", and "That's So Cool". While those songs are trying to capture this day in time it never goes too far and all are very enjoyable. "I am A Woman" is simply beautiful. Some of the songs are actually solos. For Lorrie fans, "Next Time It Rains" & "Last Nights Makeup" are outstanding. Pam's solo's, while not as outstanding as Lorrie's solos, are still very good and the previously mentioned "Old Enough To Be Your Lover" IS excellent indeed. They do duet on most of these songs and it is a very nice idea as it is something we don't see much and it helps to remind us of two great country artists who where shut out while still in their prime. I am hoping this finds enough success that they do a sequel. This wound up being and excellent purchase and I am sure you won't be disappointed.
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Steve Ramm TOP 100 REVIEWER on July 24, 2013
Format: Audio CD
This new CD from two Country Music legends from the 1990s was released today and I was ready to post my review. Then I saw the lengthy one by Family Reunion and I'm not going to try to repeat the detailed track info here. I was a fan of Morgan (and her dad George) for her voice and delivery style and for Tillis (and her dad, Mel) for the great humor in her lyrics. I always thought of her as the female Roger Miller when I hear some of her funny songs.

I honestly haven't heard either of the ladies sing in at least 15 years but time has not hurt their voices any. There are a whopping 14 tracks on this 48 minutes CD, but these are "country" songs so, of course, they are short. They gals split the singing duties with each getting solo credit on for tracks each and dueting on the six others. For "I'm Tired" a song by Pam's dad Mel the ladies a backed by a wonderful pedal steel. Pam shows her funny/clever side for her solo on "Old Enough To Be Your Lover" which is followed by Lorrie's "Next Time It Rains", a track that could put her back on Top 40 country radio.

The Cd comes in an 8-panal digipak with the musicians credits as well as the full lyrics to the lead-off track: "I Am Woman", a fun song that neither of the ladies wrote.

I'm glad they are back - though not on a major label. It's about time. If you were a fan of either, or both Lorrie or Pam when they topped the charts, I think you'll like this new album. I sure did.

I hope you found this review both informative and helpful.

Steve Ramm
"Anything Phonographic"
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By BamaSue on August 9, 2013
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As one who loves both Lorrie and Pam, I couldn't wait to get my hands on this much-anticipated CD. As soon as I received my CD, I immediately put it on the car stereo and had to sit there to listen to it. There's not a bad track anywhere on the CD. Both ladies talents are justifiably showcased with duets and solos for each. Lorrie mostly sticks to her style of country ballads while Pam mixes it up with ballads, blues and hard driving country. Lorrie and Pam also penned several songs on the CD with the assistance of brilliant pianist and keyboard guru Mark Oliverius. The song lyrics, musical quality and artistry are so much better than what some people on country radio today call country music. I really love "I Know What You Did Last Night", "I Am A Woman," "That's So Cool," and "What Was I Thinking." Anybody who loves either or both of these legends must add this CD to his/her musical library.
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