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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Two masters at work

    Wish I were allowed to write a page or two about . . .probably the greatest duo in coun- try music. Two masters of self expression teamed up in perfect blend --Kenny Rogers & Dottie West. Here we have Kenny's brilliance in singing ANY song, blended with Superstar Dottie West, singing romantic exchanges that will knock your socks off. Kenny could easily have taken the reins and let his voice dominate each song - but being the confident master he is . . . he tones down his superb voice, letting Dottie do her thing as they play cat and mouse. Kenny selected a partner with a voice equal in stature to his own -- and the end result is this blend of two mast ers at work - enjoying every second of it! Most of these tunes are Kenny & Dottie but Kim Carnes and Shenna Easton can hold their own with one of the great masters of song an storytelling. K&D play ''cat and mouse'' so much in their songs that it's difficult to figure out who is the cat and who is the mouse. So often in ''duo'', one singer tries to steal the show. Not here. A superb blend of two masters toying with each other. Of the 20,000 songs I have on my mind, I rate this duo a 10 --and for all the years since this duo first came out . . . nothing has changed. They are still the best I've ever heard. Dottie often crosses my mind as will remembering that haunting,troub- led and BEAUTIFUL voice. This is the ''I was raised on country sunshine'' girl that knows exactly how to reach a man's heart

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