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8 thoughts on “ The Lonesome Side Of Town - Kim Richey - Bitter Sweet (CD, Album)

  1. Kim Richey's second album avoids any sophomore slump and moves her toward a more pop-oriented sound than heard on her debut. The southern California sound of the late '70s looms large; the most obvious point of reference, both musically and thematically, is Karla Bonoff's self-titled first album, the one that Linda Ronstadt mined for her, Hasten Down the unenathprefgireporpersdarskomounma.co: $
  2. © Kim Richey. All Rights Reserved. Site by Bob Delevante unenathprefgireporpersdarskomounma.co Delevante Studios.
  3. Bittersweet by Kim Richey unenathprefgireporpersdarskomounma.co This sophomore album may suffer slightly in comparison with Richey's stunning, self-titled debut, but there wasn't much else out there in that it didn't eclipse. Richey is a stellar songwriter (with several hits by others to her credit) whose own records straddle the rock/country divide, placing /5(25).
  4. Ce superbe disque de Kim Richey n'a pas pris une ride. Fine voice, fine interpretation,very good songs with personal and original melodies, varied moods, high class accompaniments (fine guitar colours). This beautiful CD by Kim Richey is as interesting today in as it was in when released/5(36).
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Bitter Sweet on Discogs. Label: Mercury - • Format: CD Album, Club Edition • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Country.
  6. Bitter Sweet Album Kim Richey. Kim Richey Kimberly Kay "Kim" Richey (born in in Zanesville, Ohio) is an American singer/songwriter. Though her work fits into the general country music category, her sound is not easily categorized. The Lonesome Side of Town. Don't Let Me Down Easy. Let It Roll. Why Can't.
  7. Apr 13,  · Release Name: Kim_Richey-Bitter_Sweet-CD-FLACFLACME Artist: Kim Richey Album: Bitter Sweet Genre: Country Year: Tracks: 12 Duration: Size: MB This sophomore album may suffer slightly in comparison with Richey's stunning, self-titled debut, but there wasn't much else out there in that it didn't eclipse.

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