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  • Audio CD (July 25, 1995)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Not Used
  • ASIN: B000003MW4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #400,935 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Dean And Brandy
2. Something
3. Hey
4. Edge Of The Night
5. Misty Moonlight
6. Too Close To You
7. I Don't Want You
8. Boozy Blues
9. Tumbleweed
10. Bluebird
11. New York City 23rd Of July
12. Obviously 5 Belivers
13. Too Much Coffee

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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Patrick Earley on November 12, 2001
Format: Audio CD
It never ceases to amaze me how much great talent there is in Austin that continues to fly under the radar screen. In this case it's a girl named Toni who can belt it out with the best of em. This is Toni Price's second album, after her equally good debut "Swim Away". If you're expecting this to be a country/folk album, well....your half right. The other half is well done Texas blues mixed with a little rock and roll. She is equally adept at both styles, which makes her a notch above most other women vocalists. And in the same league as somebody like Bonnie Raitt. She's that good, and she's got a band of some of Austin's finest musicians to back her up. The guitars of longtime Austin veterans Derek O'Brien and David Grissom from Joe Ely's band really give this cd a lot of bite. Price admits she's not a songwriter, but fortunatly she has an excellent songwriter, Gwil Owen, to handle those duties. When she's not cuttin' her teeth on Owen's material, she's doing some well chosen covers of songs like Bob Dylan's "Obviously 5 Believers" (a great rocked up version). An excellent blues song with Harry Carter's "I Don't Want You". And her voice is just tailor made for Butch Hancock's country jewel "Bluebird". The catchiest song on here is the folk/country diddy "Something". This one I guarantee will have you hittin' the repeat button. The album closes with "Too Much Coffee". An ultra fast country rocker that sounds like it's being played by a band that has just a little bit too much caffeine in the bloodstream. Price has trafficked in many styles of music here. And for me it all works well. You might call this Texas roots music. I just call it.... grrrreat!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Frederick Rudofsky on January 8, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Like Emmylo Harris, Toni Price is a voice that charms every time one hears it. And, like Emmylou, Toni is trulyn gifted in selecting songs and surrounding herself withe the best musicians. I have literally listened to this album over 100 times since getting it the day it came out. "Tumbleweed" and "Misty Moonlight" alone will make you a fan for life. Toni's the best.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Lee Armstrong HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on June 28, 2002
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Despite the cover that looks like an advertisement for a deodorant, this is a very good CD. There are not the blockbuster tracks like on "Midnight Pumpkin," but this is a very good set. "Dean & Brandy" is driving outlaw rock, "Two young kids gotta pay for what they did." Acoustic guitars blend beautifully on "Something," "I got a heart, but it just ain't pumping; I gotta fill it up with something good." The title track is full of twangy guitars, "I may be guilty of trying too hard; I didn't know it wasn't right." "Edge of the Night" is my favorite track on the CD, a rocker. "Misty Moonlight" is heart-of-Dixie country with fiddles and guitar pickin'. "Too Close to You" is a great rocker with a searing electric lead guitar. Toni sounds like she's doing a cover of Elvis' "Heartbreak Hotel" on "I Don't Want You." "It's 2 a.m. & this bar is closed; How did I get here? Heaven only knows," Toni sings on "Boozy Blues." Fiddles give a bluegrass feel on the pensive folk tune "Tumbleweed." Ms. Price does a pretty rendition of Butch Hancock's "Bluebird." Toni goes through the subterranean paces on Dylan's "Obviously 5 Believers," a song not often covered. The CD concludes with a hoedown that'll put a smile on your face, "Too Much Coffee." Toni's work here is sure and certain. Her band is top notch. Enjoy!
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