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Posted October 1, 2010
Long Awaited Tom Rush Studio Album Doesn't Dissapoint.
Being a longtime fan of folksinger Tom Rush, I eagerly anticipated the arrival of his first studio album in about 30 years; after several spins on my CD player, I decided that it was well worth the wait! Rush has come out with a fine collection of songs(mostly his own self-penned compositions)that only serve to enhance his reputation as a fine singer/songwriter, as well as a talented interpreter of other people's material. The standout Rush compositions include the title song, "Hot Tonight", "Silly Little Diddle", and "River Song"; while the standout covers include the Dobie Gray classic, "Drift Away", "Too Many Memories" (w/Emmylou Harris), the anti-war song,"All A Man Can Do", and a new version of the traditional "Casey Jones"(w/Nanci Griffith). The rest? well...overall, it's a great album(in my semi-humble opinion)so do yourself a favor; buy it!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted April 22, 2009
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