Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
"Through the Years" can't be tortured.
Joseph J. Brigante | Norwalk, CT United States | 08/09/2000
(3 out of 5 stars)
"This album came out in 1981, and was in a different mood and style than other Kenny Rogers albums. A main reason of this was that it was produced by Lionel Ritchie, as well as many of the songs being composed by him. Nine songs of the album are fair, being not good nor bad. But the real reason to buy this album is for "Through the Years." This is one of the most beautiful songs that came out in the 1980's and this is the original album it came from. I also think one of the reasons this song was never in the top 40 was because it sounds more like a gorgeous pop song, not a country song. But let's remember, it is produced by Lionel Ritchie and it came out in 1981, not 1971. Underatted, "Through the Years" is one of the best songs in the 1980's, as it obviously went with the time. This is also one of the hardest to find CD's from Kenny Rogers that is still in print. Thanks to Razor and Tie records it is in print. They deserve Kudos for that. I would buy this now. For that one song, which is the original recording of it, the album is worth it."
Good Solid Album
email@example.com | usa | 10/15/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Through the Years&I Don't Need You are The Cuts.together with Lionel Richie this is a Very Essential Kenny Rogers Album.Goin'back to Alabama features Lionel Richie&Michael Jackson SInging The Chorus you gotta Pick Yourself Up&turn yourself Around.a Very Lively Line.Kenny Sounds Good Here."