Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
The RCA years
Peter Durward Harris | Leicester England | 01/13/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Juice first emerged in the mid-seventies as the lead singer of Silver Spur, a folk-rock group who recorded some music for RCA that failed to make an impact. Juice had her biggest successes as a pop-country singer for Capitol in the early eighties before returning to record more albums for RCA in the mid-eighties, during which time she had three number one country hits. Her Capitol music can be found elsewhere, especially on Greatest hits and more, but this compilation covers both Juice's periods with RCA.
The three country number one hits included here are Both to each other (a duet with Eddie Rabbitt), Hurt (a cover of the Timi Yuro classic) and You want me to make you mine. Several covers apart from Hurt can be found here, among them being Slip away (Clarence Carter), Stuck in the middle with you (Stealer's wheel) and Emotions (Brenda Lee). There are plenty of other great songs including Tell me true, Old flame, Roll on truckers and Let your woman take care of you.
If you enjoy Juice's Capitol music, you will surely enjoy this too, but if you haven't got any of her music, go for the Capitol stuff first. Good as it is, nothing here quite matches Queen of hearts, Angel of the morning, Break it to me gently or The sweetest thing - the big four Capitol classics."