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Phyllis Leonard

Phyllis had a nice variety of material on this CD including fortunately for us traditionalists some good ol' Traditional Country tracks The best of which are: "Last Call"(The Bartender's song), "Carry Ol' Roy Back Home" (a good ol' Wabash Cannonball type song with some nice slide guitar and pleasant vocal harmony). There are some very beautiful ballads including a nice one called "Hopelessly Yours" which is a little reminiscent of an Ann Murray tune. There is a nice "South Of The border" song called "When The Sun Comes Up In The West" that is one of the best of that type we've heard. It has the same sort of feeling as "South America" by Brian Wilson and Eddie Rabbit from Brian's fantastic "Imagination" CD. Like I said lots of variety here. There's even a really good Blues song here called "Touch Me". Very nice and easy to listen to with great lead vocals make Phyllis Leonard's CD a real winner.

Last Call (The Bartender's Song)




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