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Timeless & True Love
Rhonda Vincent
Timeless & True Love
Genres: Country, Pop
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All Artists: Rhonda Vincent
Title: Timeless & True Love
Members Wishing: 2
Total Copies: 0
Label: Rebel Records
Release Date: 8/25/1994
Genres: Country, Pop
Style: Bluegrass
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 032511169723

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Great early album
Peter Durward Harris | Leicester England | 08/10/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"The style of this album varies between traditional country and bluegrass, with steel guitar, electric guitar, drums and piano augmenting the standard bluegrass instruments. This sounds like a lot of instruments but they aren't all used throughout the album. Rhonda played the mandolin and fiddle as well as singing, so was very busy when recording this album.Most of the songs are covers but none of the songs are especially well known. Reba McEntire's fan will recognize I'm not that lonely yet, while Keith Whitley had previously recorded Birmingham turnaround. I do my crying at night is a Lefty Frizzell oldie, while the title track was originally recorded by the McCarters, a brilliant but almost forgotten trio of sisters, on their album The gift.This is yet another classic from Rhonda, though not her absolute best."
Where has this great voice been hiding?
mike scott | pasadena, maryland USA | 03/30/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"My wife and I are COUNTRY fans and have been disappointed with the music that is being made lately. I just happened to come across this cd while listening to bluegrass cd's. I ordered it, and it arrived today. I wish I had known about Rhonda's music before today. I haven't heard this type of sound for many years and have missed it very much. I've ordered more of her cd's, and I hope they are as enjoyable as this one."
Rhonda Vincent in her natural grace
Steven Strauss | Oakland, CA USA | 08/08/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Rhonda's starting to finally get the recognition she's been deserving. After an earnest effort in her thirties to make music fit for airplay, she's come back strong to the mountain music her family raised her to play. But long before the atomic drum tracks and the duets with Randy Travis, Rhonda produced four acoustic albums for Rebel, each one a balanced, unselfconscious gem of country and hillbilly song, each one WAY too country for New Country. There's nothing arty or clever about any of the four CDs, which, for pure country satisfaction, puts it ahead of the work of such serious artists as Gillian Welch or Laurie Lewis. I had the honor and pleasure of meeting the artist twice - once before I heard her sing, and once after. I can attest that her straightforward musical expression is sincere and without ulterior motive. It seems to me she would sing in a deserted canyon just to hear her voice bounce off the rocks."