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1. Love Won't Let Me
2. Wanted
3. Go Slow
4. What Kind of Woman Would I Be
5. White Lies and Picket Fences
6. I'm Getting There
7. Life Happened
8. I Used to Be That Woman
9. Dead of the Night
10. All in How You Look at Things
11. If You Can

Product Details

  • Audio Cassette (October 15, 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony
  • ASIN: B00006NSHI
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,121,398 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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For most artists, this would be a greatest hits CD.
John H. Clark
"Love Won't Let Me" is about that someone that gives you butterflies, then "I'm Getting There" is her saying 'I'm over you...almost.'
K. Stuckey
This album is superbly orchestrated with strong ballads, powerful melodies, and thought-provoking lyrics.
L. Pacheco

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By K. Stuckey VINE VOICE on January 17, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Tammy Cochran is unmistakably a country singer. The prominent steel guitar and her powerful voice are a combination that can't be matched, except maybe by the top-notch songwriting on this CD. The title song is a positive story of how sometimes reality can get in the way of your dreams, but you wouldn't change it for anything. It is one of my favorites, along with "All in How You Look at things" - about looking for the light at the end of the tunnel. "Love Won't Let Me" is about that someone that gives you butterflies, then "I'm Getting There" is her saying 'I'm over you...almost.' Tammy wonders about what might have been in "What Kind of Woman Would I Be". The most haunting song on the CD is "Dead of the Night".

Tammy Cochran sings of love, heartache and hope on her second CD and it absolutely blows me away each time I listen to it.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Peter on November 14, 2002
Format: Audio CD
I'd never heard of Tammy Cochran until the new single Life Happened was on the radio. I didn't even know this was her second cd. The song Life Happened sold me on her incredible vocal talent right from the start. That song is amazing. It's one of the best "story" songs out there in country music now. Songs like this are what makes me listen to country music more and more. The words to the song really hook you in and hold you as you listen to find what the outcome will be. I can't imagine anyone loving country music and not being in love with the song Life Happened. If Tammy Wynette were alive today and still putting out cds i'm sure that she'd be singing music similar to Tammy Cochran's. Their vocal styles are remarkably similar if you listen closely. Tammy Whynette would be proud of this new and very talented artist. I wish her all the best in her career. She's gonna go far for sure. Her vocals have a lasting appeal, and many of her songs have a traditional country style to it that many of today's country artists are returning to. It's about time.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Chris S. on October 18, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Though she scored a couple of moderate hits, Tammy Cochran's excellent self-titled debut for the most part flew under the commercial radar upon its' release last year. With any justice, LIFE HAPPENED will take an opposing commercial trajectory and establish Cochran as one of the strongest new singers on the Nashville scene. Those who've heard the first-rate title track will not be the least bit disappointed with the rest of the disc--though Cochran strikes a seamless balance between tradtional and contemporary, there's no doubt her powerful voice was forged in the same fire that seemed to encapsulate that other Tammy's instrument--just listening to the reprise of her first disc's 'If You Can' will make one think she's actually channelling Wynette's spirit. Without a doubt, the best album out of a mainstream country female artist this year.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Gen X Music Addict on June 13, 2007
Format: Audio CD
I almost feel like a grouch to give this less than 5 like all other reviewers. But it's because I'm a listener who needs a little bit more uptempo stuff. Everything else is very good on this album. Tammy has a good, kind of accented and smokey voice. This is solid county singing by a good female voice. Worthy of more radio play than she got. The songs are meaningful. Songs of note:

What Kind of Woman Would I Be - good guitar and drums. Good lyrics - the singer wonders if she could find it in her to leave a bad man and what would happen if she did

White Lies and Picket Fences - The singer remembers, with a feeling of tiredness and resignation, her dream of having a family and living in a home. But her man Billy bails out and leaves her pregnant and alone in a crummy apartment. "Sometimes I think about Billy, but most times I don't" is a good line.

Gettin There - one of Tammy's few uptempo tunes. The singer is moving on with life after a breakup

Life Happened - various high school chums' childhood dreams didn't come to pass, but they put together meaningful adult lives

I Used to Be that Woman

Dead of the Night - a little girl finally can't take the domestic violence of her drunken dad anymore and shoots him as he assaults her mommy again.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By John H. Clark on August 17, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Back when people use to buy albums,the best songs were on the first few tracks of the first and second sides. Take my advice and start with track 7 (the title track) and go to the end. Then go back and play the whole CD. For most artists, this would be a greatest hits CD. There are no bad songs on this,(I hope)is only the 2nd of many more.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Peter Durward Harris HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on October 17, 2004
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Tammy's parents named her after one of country music's legends (notwithstanding that Tammy Wynette's real name was Virginia), so they must have been proud when their daughter showed comparable musical ability. Tammy Wynette would also be proud, if she had lived long enough to hear Tammy Cochran sing. This was Tammy's second album. I fear that there may not be another because, unfortunately, country radio stations are not interested in traditional country music these days so Tammy didn't get enough airplay to make a big impact. Major record companies do not persevere the way they once did.

Tammy wrote two of the songs and co-wrote two of the others. If you can, one of the minor hits from Tammy's first album is reprised here but this album has eleven tracks compared to ten on her debut so ``` still get ten new tracks.

Tammy shows that she can sing ballads and up-tempo songs, but also demonstrates that life has had its good and bad times. This is particularly evident in the songs that she wrote or co-wrote. Dead of the night (about a marriage that ends in a shoot-out) is the kind of song that used to be accepted as part of what country music was all about. Elsewhere, the album contains some optimistic songs but is mainly filled with stories of broken relationships, of which the title track is typical..

Yes, this is a classic traditional country album by an outstanding singer that deserves a wider audience.
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