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  • Audio CD (March 10, 1998)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording reissued, Original recording remastered
  • Label: Mca Special Products
  • ASIN: B0000062Z9
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
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This is one of my favorite CD's by Tanya Tucker.
Bushido
My favorite songs include Lover Goodbye, Heartbreak Hotel, and Brown Eyed Handsome Man.
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This album is a very good country/rock fusion from Tanya Tucker.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Ronald L. Beauchane on July 16, 2000
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This is the album that finally hooked me completely on the music of Tanya Tucker. This album literally jumped in my pocket as I walked through the record store back in 1979 and boy am I glad it did. Nashville was shocked that Tanya would try and go pop/rock and even more shocked by the albums's center art. That pic should have been included in miniature in this CD but was not. But in reality this is and was a country/rock recording. The big hit was Texas (When I Die) still a crowd favorite. The singles released to pop did not fare well but are wonderful. The sizzling Lover Goodbye opens the set followed by the plaintive and pretty I'm The Singer You're The Song. The rocking and gorgeuos version of Not Fade Away gets your blood circulating. This was a jukebox favorite at a bar I used to patronize while in the military. My personal favorite is the somber Angel From Montgomery and Tanya really nails it. Track five is a gorgeous ditty called Brown Eyed Handsome Man. I had heard Waylon Jenning's version which Tanya completely blows away with hers. Another country hit and beautiful piece is The River And The Wind. Track 8 If You Feel It gets those feet to moving. It's Nice To Be With you is another mid-tempo ballad that perfectly suits Tanya's throaty, sultry delivery. All in all this CD gives the listener a lot of variety as far as song selection and let's you hear that wonderful voice. And at this price it is a STEAL.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By "nashrambler58" on April 23, 2001
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This is Tanya going full throttle. Granted the album didn't spawn a corral full of hits, it is Tanya's attempt at a crossover to pop music. Her husky, half angel-half devil vocals are in top form. My favorite songs include Lover Goodbye, Heartbreak Hotel, and Brown Eyed Handsome Man. Another great Tanya album, but one that is hard to find, is her follow up to "TNT". It's titled "Tear Me Apart".
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Kelli Norris on March 27, 2006
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This Tanya Tucker album is proof that if it wasn't for her, you probably would not know Shania Twain, Faith Hill or Gretchen Wilson or many other female artists of today. Two classics on this collection of music are worth it all: "Angel from Montgomery", and "Texas When I Die".
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By 1. on August 9, 2003
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THe best version of this is the LP. With it's large gatefold cover, Tanya Tucker's sexy curves looked hot in black leather. And then there was the inside... Tanya in a tight red leotard. HOT STUFF -- even by rock and punk standards, back in 1978.
The CD is just the music. It's good, but lacks the impact of the original package. Unfortunately, the sexy cover art did not break Tanya Tucker into rock radio, and did not win her a big new audience. Deborah Harry and others had taken Rock fans by storm and TNT was seen as just another cute girl who did Country & Western.
I think this is Tanya Tucker's best CD. Countty and western fans might disagree -- if they never like 'rock music'. But without the LP cover art, it's just "the one you play in the car", not the version you pull out at parties.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By scottina sue on June 12, 2001
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Her version of "Brown Eyed Handsome Man" is one of the best Chuck Berry covers ever, it ROCKS! Also love her soulful, rock n' roll version of the classic "Angel from Montgomery." Much better than the overrated Bonnie Raitt's. And when I saw her perform back when she was a teenager, she did "Heartbreak Hotel" and I was amazed at the bluesiness in her voice and that one is included here. Another smokin' cover is Buddy Holly's "Not Fade Away" which has to be the best, most rockin' arrangement of it I've ever heard. Now if RHINO or someone would re-master and release her masterpiece follow-up, "Tear Me Apart" I'd be ecstatic!
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Peter Durward Harris HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on March 14, 2004
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With her hugely successful pop crossover album, Here you come again, Dolly Parton had shown that it was possible for a country singer to appeal to a different set of fans. So it should not have surprised anybody when Tanya also tried changing styles, though in her case it was for more of a rock sound. The LP cover was intended to emphasize the new style but I wonder if it was a mistake. Some of those who enjoyed the cover didn't take the music seriously because of it while others decided that if Tanya needed to pose this way, the music couldn't possibly be any good. In fact, judged purely on its own merit, this is a brilliant rock album that has nothing to do with country music except for the closing track, Texas when I die.
The album contains several interesting covers, including Not fade away (originally a Buddy Holly song but later covered by the Rolling Stones), Angel from Montgomery (the John Prine classic generally associated with Bonnie Raitt), Heartbreak hotel (the Elvis Presley classic) and Brown eyed handsome man (a Chuck Berry song that was also successful for Buddy Holly). I've heard the famous versions of all these songs as well as some other songs and Tanya's versions stand comparison with the best of them. On their own, they prove that Tanya could rock with the best.
The other songs are also excellent. Lover goodbye was co-written by Phil Everly so this is also likely to be a cover. I'm the singer you're the song is definitely an original, being co-written by Tanya (a rarity for her). The river and the wind, If you feel it and It's nice to be with you are all brilliant rock songs that may well be originals though I can't be sure. So those nine songs show you a different side of Tanya - the rock singer.
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