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Brilliant just as you would expect
Peter Durward Harris | Leicester England | 10/24/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"By the time Lacy recorded this album, it seems that radio stations were no longer interested in her music - a pity, because the quality remained high. Perhaps it's not quite as good as Survivor or Lacy J (her first two Universal/Capitol albums), but they were exceptional and no singer could maintain such a standard for any lengthy period. Nevertheless this is, by any normal standards, a brilliant album.
There are three covers including Stay with me (a song originally by Exile, which Dave and Sugar had a major country hit with), Love hurts (first recorded by the Everly brothers but their version was never released as a single) and Bye bye love (another Everly brothers song, here performed as a duet with Eddie Rabbitt).
As far as I know, all the other songs are originals, one of them, Never gonna lose my love, being co-written by Lacy. Other highlights include Heartache in disguise and Lay a little love on me, but every song here is worth a listen.
If you are a fan of Lacy's music, look out for this album and any others you can find, especially Survivor and Lacy J. If you are unfamiliar with her music but you enjoy listening to Tanya Tucker, you'll love Lacy. Start with Anthology (the Renaissance compilation) if you can find it. Failing that, try Greatest hits or whatever else is available.
Lacy released an album of new recordings in 2004, so she remains active. Long may she continue.
Heartache in disguise
Chains on the wind
Rocks from a rolling stone
Bye bye love (with Eddie Rabbitt)
Stay with me
Here today here tomorrow
Never gonna lose my love
Lay a little love on me
Like the answer to a prayer"