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Trouble at the Door
Donna Ulisse
Trouble at the Door
Genre: Country
 
Songs Include : 1. Trouble At The Door / 2. Fire In The Old Flame's Eyes / 3. Guess Who's Back In Town / 4. Fall Apart With You / 5. My Broken Heart's Breaking All Over Again / 6. When Was The Last Time / 7. You Always Tak...  more »

      
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All Artists: Donna Ulisse
Title: Trouble at the Door
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Atlantic / Wea
Release Date: 10/29/1991
Genre: Country
Style: Today's Country
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 075678228223, 075678228247

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Songs Include : 1. Trouble At The Door / 2. Fire In The Old Flame's Eyes / 3. Guess Who's Back In Town / 4. Fall Apart With You / 5. My Broken Heart's Breaking All Over Again / 6. When Was The Last Time / 7. You Always Take Her Memory Out Of Me / 8. Out Of Sight, Out Of Mind / 9. Thing's Are Mostly Fine / 10. Legend In My Heart

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Quality country with plenty of steel guitar
Peter Durward Harris | Leicester England | 02/11/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"If you like country music the way it was in the sixties and seventies, this album by Donna Ulisse is ideal. The only concession to progress is the inclusion of drums, but they don't get in the way - this is very much a traditional country album.The album yielded two entries on the Billboard country charts - the title track and Things are mostly fine. Though technically hits, they weren't really because they hardly got in at the bottom of the chart before dropping out again. American radio stations should be ashamed of themselves for not giving Donna's music a fair chance. The songs are good, the music is good and Donna has a classic country voice. Most of the songs are ballads that Donna sings superbly while showing the steel guitar off to great effect. The tempo picks up occasionally - Guess who's back in town and When was the last time are both brilliant.If you enjoy traditional country with prominent steel guitar, give Donna's album a chance. You might also look out for the music of Marsha Thornton, another traditional country singer who made two albums in the early nineties, both of which I've already reviewed."