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  • Audio CD (March 17, 2009)
  • Original Release Date: 1985
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Wounded Bird Records
  • ASIN: B001PCOT3G
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #222,020 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Cheap Love
2. You Make Me Want to Make You Mine
3. Hurt
4. Old Flame
5. Stuck in the Middle with You
6. Feel a Whole Lot Better
7. What Can I Do with My Heart
8. With You
9. One Touch
10. Let Your Woman Take Care of You
11. Both to Each Other (Friends & Lovers)

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CD reissue of this 1986 album from the Pop/Country vocalist who had numerous charting albums in the '70s and '80s. Fans have been screaming for her catalog to be issued so we are happy to accommodate them!

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Invisiboy2001 on July 17, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Juice Newton scored three #1 country hits from this 1985 album, and three addition top-ten hits, making "Old Flame" the most commercially successful country album of her career. Of course, she had several hit pop albums, but "Old Flame" was really the one that cemented her place in country music.

The lead single, "You Make Me Want To Make You Mine," was a kind of comeback for Newton in country music, as she had not had a Top-Ten record on that chart for nearly three years (which in the '80s spelled career death). The hit, written by Dave Loggins, skyrocketed to #1 and garnered Newton her fifth Grammy nomination for Best Female Vocalist. The other two #1s are "Hurt" (Newton's cathartic rendition of the Timi Yuro hit from the '60s) and "Both To Each Other," a duet with Eddie Rabbitt that is included only on special editions of the CD. The additional three singles ("Old Flame," "What Can I Do With My Heart" and "Cheap Love") acquitted themselves admirably on the charts, each hitting the Top Ten and staying there for no less than a month each.

There is some great non-hit material here as well, including Newton's spirited (although slightly dated) versions of the rock classics "Stuck In The Middle With YOU" and "Feel A Whole Lot Better."

All in all, this CD is a great collection sure to please country-rock fans. Newton was recovering from throat surgery when she recorded this album, but she still sounds incredible.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Bradley Jacobson on April 8, 2009
Format: Audio CD
Despite her 1981 album Juice and 1982's Quiet Lies being major hits on both pop and country, Old Flame (1985) is to me the quissessential Juice Newton album to own. There isn't a bad song on the set and the album launched 5 singles all of them hits. The country poppy and insanely catchy "You Make Me Want To Make You Mine" was just one a number of #1 and top ten hits from the album, and in the same vein as "You Make Me..." is one of my all time favorite Juice Newton songs, "What Can I Do With My Heart".

Her ballads on Old Flame are also killer tracks, the title tune is great and her performance on "Hurt" leaves absolutely no doubt in her talent.

Her panache for oldies and rock/pop from her previous albums are still here albeit in a more countrified form - her version of "Cheap Love" is another one of my all time fav Juice Newton songs.

This is a must - and it should be noted the CD also contains her duet with Eddie Rabbit on "Both To Each Other" adding yet another hit single to the set.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Invisiboy2001 on March 18, 2009
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"Old Flame" was Juice Newton's first decidedly country effort (and Newton's biggest hit in the genre) after a series of pop hits and misses and became a bona-fide commercial success. This new edition of the album features all 11 tracks that appeared on various versions of the original album (the final cut was "Let Your Woman Take Care Of You" or the #1 hit "Both To Each Other", depending on which version of "Old Flame" you happened to buy).

If you are familar with country radio from the mid to late '80s, you'll undoubtedly recognize Newton's cathartic reading of Timi Turo's "Hurt" and the up-beat, rollicking "You Make Me Want To Make You Mine" (the latter of which garnered Newton her fifth Grammy nomination for Best Female Vocalist). Both were #1 solo hits for Newton. Other hits are here as well, such as the powerful title song, which reached #5, and the top-10 hits "Cheap Love" and "What Can I Do With My Heart".

Mixed in with the half-dozen of top-10 hits are five other great songs, including Newton's should-have-been-released-as-a-single cover of Steelers Wheel's "Stuck In The Middle With You", as well as a folk-rock version of The Byrds' "Feel A Whole Lot Better".

All in all, "Old Flame" is a solid country album with a roots-rock edge to it. Sure, some of the tracks feature sonic licks specific to the '80s, but Newton's exemplary vocals are the focus here -- and this is one lady who sure can sing! Whether she's interpreting a ballad or a rollicking upbeat number, Newton delivers the goods.

HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Neal J. Pollock VINE VOICE on October 16, 2005
Format: Audio CD
This is one of the few albums I own in which I like almost every song on it. My only real criticism is with the ordering of the songs--I have an old 33 1/3 record, not the CD. This, of course, is one of the advantages of a CD. The album includes:

SIDE 1: cheap love, you make me want to make you mine (my favorite song on the entire album), hurt, old flame (title song), stuck in the middle with you (recorded by other artists too).

SIDE 2: feel a whole lot better (catchy melody, interesting lyrics), what can I do with my heart, with you (upbeat), one touch (very good IMHO), let your woman take care of you.

Most of the songs are quite upbeat; all are well done with clever lyrics. It's a very fine album--especially if you are into her genre.
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