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When You Lie Next to Me
Genres: Country, Pop
Newcomer Kellie Coffey arrives in Nashville not straight from her Oklahoma home, but via Los Angeles, where she scored a number of jobs singing background for Disneyland, network television, and Barbra Streisand?s millenni... more »
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Newcomer Kellie Coffey arrives in Nashville not straight from her Oklahoma home, but via Los Angeles, where she scored a number of jobs singing background for Disneyland, network television, and Barbra Streisand?s millennium album and Las Vegas show. It?s no surprise, then, that she chose a pop producer, Dann Huff, for her debut CD, which is marketed as a country album but has little more than the occasional twang of pedal steel guitar to make it so. This is a big, layered, usually overproduced effort, made memorable by Coffey?s Trisha Yearwood-like vocals and her impressive songwriting. "When You Lie Next to Me," the title ballad, boasts a strong lyric about appreciating the intimacy of a lover and respecting the fragility of life. Like others of her songs, particularly "At the End of the Day" and "Outside Looking In," a duet with Lonestar?s Richie McDonald, "When You Lie Next to Me" has a kind of integrity that cuts through the gloppy production and remains something special. Here?s hoping that Coffey, something special herself, can keep her head above the muck. --Alanna Nash
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"I was introduced to Kellie Coffey's music by a friend and I have heard some of her music that was played on a soap opera over 1 year ago.
My favorite songs from this cd is: When you lie next to me and I just knew and Outside looking in. She reminds me of a voice like Celine."