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Fire to Fire
Tanya Tucker
Fire to Fire
Genres: Country, Pop
 

      
   
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All Artists: Tanya Tucker
Title: Fire to Fire
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 6
Label: Capitol
Release Date: 3/21/1995
Genres: Country, Pop
Style: Today's Country
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 020831122528, 724382894322, 0724382894353, 724382894346, 072438289432

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Maggie G. from NEWARK, DE
Reviewed on 12/28/2009...
Nice. All new songs, not a repeat of what she has done before. Duet of title song with Willie Nelson. Recommend for fans.

CD Reviews

Tanya Tucker Is On Her Game Here!
C. Gomez | Nashville, TN USA | 04/01/2010
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This is a great album by the "Texas Tornado". She is in fine voice here and puts that voice to good use on this album. Highlights on this album are "Come In Out Of The World", "I Bet She Knows", "I'll Take Today", and "The Love You Gave to Me". It's a shame that this album was not embraced when it was released. This is truly a professional piece of work that BURNS in excellence."
Tanya's weakest Capitol album is still enjoyable
Peter Durward Harris | Leicester England | 10/13/2003
(3 out of 5 stars)

"I am a huge Tanya fan. She is one of the finest female singers in the history of country music and has recorded a series of truly magical albums, especially for Capitol, where she started with Girls like me and ended with Complicated, two of my favorite amongst her many great albums, which also included What do I do with me, Can't run from yourself, Strong enough to bend, Love me like you used to and Tennessee woman. This album, while enjoyable to listen to in it's own way, is just not in the same class. Maybe a three star rating is a little harsh but the album lacks the usual Tanya magic. Play any of the seven other albums mentioned above, then play this and you'll understand what I mean.The standout track here is Between The Two Of Them, about a couple's married life, remembered posthumously. It is the one song here that would sit comfortably on any of Tanya's classic albums.There are plenty of nice ballads on this album, but they are not as strong as those on Love me like you used to (another album dominated by ballads, but which also contained the classic upbeat song, I won't take less than your love). Tanya picks up the tempo on Find out what's happening, but seems to lack the energy that she usually exudes when singing such material. The title track is a pleasant duet with Willie Nelson (who I'm also a huge fan of), but this pairing of two Texans didn't ignite my fire. I'm sure that Willie and Tanya could do a really great duet but this isn't it.If you are interested in building a collection of Tanya's original albums on Capitol, work your way through the seven I mentioned earlier (note Girls like me is a rarity on CD so you may not find it at an affordable price). Leave this one till last. And leave Soon till second last. Even a singer of Tanya's quality has off-days."