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Girl of Your Dreams
Bobbie Cryner
Girl of Your Dreams
Genres: Country, Pop
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All Artists: Bobbie Cryner
Title: Girl of Your Dreams
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 2
Label: Mca
Release Date: 1/2/1996
Genres: Country, Pop
Style: Today's Country
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 008811132422, 008811132446

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Definitely worth getting
kdoc555 | usa | 04/11/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"If you have any thoughts about buying this hard to find cd, I encourage you to get it."
Quality traditional country music
Peter Durward Harris | Leicester England | 04/29/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Bobbie has been compared to several country greats but, unfortunately for her, she came along at the wrong time. Critics loved her music but American country radio wasn't interested because Bobbie didn't fit their play list formula. This album was not as raw and rugged as her debut, but still too traditional for radio.Bobbie is a great songwriter - she wrote Real live woman for Trisha Yearwood and Stronger than I am for Lee Ann Womack - and wrote or co-wrote several of the songs on this album. Of the original songs, I particularly like Vision of loneliness, about a woman who, in the company of others, seems to have everything, but who actually doesn't.There are a few covers too, including Son of a preacher man (Dusty Springfield), A lesson in leaving (Dottie West - since covered by Jo Dee Messina), I just can't stand to be unhappy (Baillie and the boys) and Oh to be the one (Greg Holland). Although Lorrie Morgan recorded a song titled I didn't know my own strength, the song here is completely different.If you enjoy traditional country music, \Bobbie Cryner is worth a listen - if you get the chance."
The Direction Nashville Should Have Gone
John R. Jones Jr. | United States | 04/25/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Exceptionally talented and grossly negelected - Nashville seems more inclined these days to treat great country singers like Bobbie Cryner like yesterday's news. Bobbie's second release (on as many record labels) is different from her first in that it is not as nakedly traditional, but repeated listenings brought this reviewer to the opinion that the music here is the direction Nashville should have taken instead of heading down pop-rock lane in the mid-90's. "Girl of Your Dreams", "Vision of Loneliness", and "Nobody Leaves" are all thoughtful, honest, and mature country music (written or co-written by Bobbie) that measure up to anything on her first CD, albeit a half-shade more subtle and a hair more slickly produced. This release is truly worth the cut-out bin price you'll pay for it (if you can find it), and gives a peek at the quality country music Nashville can produce when not distracted by the latest trend or the almighty dollar."