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Expressions
Turley Richards
Expressions
Genre: Pop
 
First Time on CD Japanese Issue of the Pop Vocalists 1971 Second Album. Includes California Session Players Russ Kunkel, Danny Kortchmar, Jim Horn, Lee Sklar and More.

      
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All Artists: Turley Richards
Title: Expressions
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Wea/Warner
Album Type: Import
Genre: Pop
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Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 4943674007806

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First Time on CD Japanese Issue of the Pop Vocalists 1971 Second Album. Includes California Session Players Russ Kunkel, Danny Kortchmar, Jim Horn, Lee Sklar and More.
 

CD Reviews

An Honor.... Rated Beyound Scale....
RD MACY | louisville, kentucky United States | 01/01/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I must say" He ranks above the record charts of today and of the past. I witnessed his live version of music talet tonight at a church gethering. I was truley amazed. Mr. Richards brought the people to there feet and all ask for more and more. I am a music buff with a liftime collection of music selections that range from classic to hard rock. Trust me you will all like this music and if you ever get a change to go to his live performance "DO IT" Truley Richards is a blessing."
The Greatest!
RD MACY | 11/07/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I am from Lousiville, Ky. and so have had the honor of knowing and following Turley for about 25 yrs. now. He is absolutley the best musician I have ever heard and I would love to see him get the credit due him. I am so glad some of his older work is being re-leased."
High-energy songs by a high-energy singer
RD MACY | 08/08/1999
(4 out of 5 stars)

"The album, "Expressions" is a re-issue of one of Turley Richards' early recordings. It captures the incredible energy he has as a writer and singer, and it is a reminder of an era when people, both artists and audiences, believed that music was an important part of our lives. Those who have followed Turley's career know that several other albums, especially "From Darkness To Light" may be more complex and illustrative of his incredible talents, but this album perhaps best introduces a listener to this unique musical force. "Expressions" captures the artist at a time when he was beginning to be comfortable with national attention, but before the weariness that often comes from "show business presssures" crept into some of his material. How smart to reissue his early material. Let's hope some genius in the many executive suites that are familiar with Turley will let loose some of his other recordings. Perhaps this is one of the beginning signs that record labels, no doubt running scared because of the computer communication revolution, will review their libraries and finally give the proper attention to those artists that care enough about their music that they make us care about their music. "Expressions" by Turley Richards made me feel good about popular music again. Paul Steinmetz"