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Patty Loveless - Only What I Feel (1993)

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Patty Loveless - Only What I Feel (1993)

Artist: Patty Loveless
Album: Only What I Feel
Released: 1993
Label: Sony/Epic
Genre: Country
Quality: FLAC
Bitrate: Lossless
Total Time: 34:59
Total Size: 216.05 MB
WebSite: amazon

Track listing:

1. You Will (3:17)
2. How About You (2:40)
3. Nothin' But The Wheel (3:58)
4. Love Builds The Bridges (Pride Builds The Walls) (3:31)
5. Mr. Man In The Moon (3:12)
6. Blame It On Your Heart (3:34)
7. You Don't Know How Lucky You Are (3:41)
8. All I Need (Is Not To Need You) (2:54)
9. What's A Broken Heart (3:08)
10. How Can I Help You Say Goodbye (4:59)


Patty Loveless - vocals
Owen Hale - drums
Emory Gordy, Jr. - bass
Steve Gibson - electric guitar
Reggie Young - electric guitar
Biff Watson - acoustic guitar
Steve Gibson - mandolin
Sonny Garrish - steel guitar
Paul Franklin - steel guitar
Stuart Duncan - fiddle
John Barlow Jarvis - keyboards
Gary Smith - keyboards
Barry Beckett - keyboards
Mike Lawler - keyboards
Vince Gill - background vocals
Alison Krauss - background vocals

Only What I Feel is the sixth album, and the first since signing with Epic Records in 1992, recorded by country music artist Patty Loveless. Four tracks from the album made in into the Billboard top 20 country singles charts, including the #1 "Blame It on Your Heart" and the #3 "How Can I Help You Say Goodbye," later covered by Laura Branigan. "You Will" was originally recorded by Anne Murray as the title track of her 1990 album. The album peaked at #9, and was certified platinum.

(above from Wikipedia)

Review from All Music Guide:
(4 1/2 STARS)

Loveless underwent throat surgery and switched labels before creating this album, and both helped. She sounds stronger and more impassioned than she had in years, and her artistic drive seemed more confident and determined. "Nothin' but the Wheel" ranks with her best ballads.

~Michael McCall, All Music Guide

Review from Entertainment Weekly:

In the last three years, country singer Patty Loveless faced two major obstacles that might have killed her career-being on the same label as country superstars Reba McEntire, Wynonna Judd, and Trisha Yearwood and a leaky blood vessel on her vocal cords that affected her range and control. Instead of ruination, however, after a label change and surgery last October, Loveless has rebounded with a milestone album, Only What I Feel. The record rivals the best work of her seminal influences, Loretta Lynn and Emmylou Harris, with both its stunningly good program and the restored power and character shadings of Loveless' authentically rural voice. Loveless reaches her artistic zenith on the soul-rattling ballads ''What's a Broken Heart'' and the enormously involving ''How Can I Help You Say Goodbye.'' Known best for a stylistic mix of traditional and progressive country and the resonant emotional readings of her material, she excels at songs that pinpoint moments of naked truth-usually with everything at stake-and the purging of emotional pain, especially in the quest for lasting love. As in ''You Will,'' this album's edgy, rhythmic equivalent of ''Jealous Bone,'' in which she warns a straying lover against falling for a pathologically cruel woman who'd seduce him after months of flirtation, only to drop him the next day. More than anything, Loveless is concerned with songs that foster understanding between the sexes. In an age when many female country singers build a career on male bashing, Loveless increasingly proves the value of musical integrity-and passionate dignity.

~Alanna Nash

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