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Pure Country [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack]
Steve Dorff
Pure Country [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack]
Genres: Country, Pop, Soundtracks
 
  •  Track Listings (11) - Disc #1

George Strait performs ten new songs from this film about a country singer trying to find his musical roots by returning to a simpler life. — No Track Information Available — Media Type: CD — Artist: STRAIT,GEORGE — Title: PUR...  more »

      
   

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All Artists: Steve Dorff
Title: Pure Country [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack]
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 26
Label: Mca Nashville
Original Release Date: 9/15/1992
Release Date: 9/15/1992
Album Type: Soundtrack
Genres: Country, Pop, Soundtracks
Styles: Western Swing, Today's Country, Neotraditional
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 008811065126

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Product Description
George Strait performs ten new songs from this film about a country singer trying to find his musical roots by returning to a simpler life.
No Track Information Available
Media Type: CD
Artist: STRAIT,GEORGE
Title: PURE COUNTRY
Street Release Date: 09/15/1992

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Lorelie L. from CLINTON, MA
Reviewed on 3/20/2007...
My favorite artist and album. I have this on VHS and DVD.
Roland M. from BERKELEY, CA
Reviewed on 12/7/2006...
Country-western standards! This CD is in good shape - plays well.

CD Reviews

The beginning of George's corruption
C. Deter | Oregon, USA | 06/26/2008
(3 out of 5 stars)

"With Tony Brown at the helm, what could have been a fabulous country album turned into a pop-sounding, over-hyped album, that tried (and succeeded) to increase George Strait's popularity to the masses. I love the movie, don't get me wrong, but the music is not the George Strait who was always so true to his western swing and honkytonk roots. Tony Brown took every Strait album afterward and did the same thing; taking away from the crooner's extreme vocal talent, and inserting mainstream sound (via posers like Garth Brooks, and later - Tim McGraw). I still love George's songs, but I prefer music from "Strait Country" until "Holding my Own".

Oh, by the way, George Strait and Alan Jackson's duet "Murder on Music Row" should have included Tony Brown's name. Not only did he dilute George's sound, but also Reba McEntire's, among others!"