Sweetheart's Dance

by: Pam Tillis

Producing herself for the first time (along with Steve Fishell), Pam Tillis found the magic blend of Nashville sound, California country-rock, and post-Beatles pop. She released the heady "Spilled Perfume" as her first single, but the riches of Sweetheart's Dance go much deeper: the Bo Diddley/tejano rhythms of "Mi Vida Loca (My Crazy Life)," the lilting waltz of "In Between Dances," and a playfully romantic title cut. A charming album without a bad track, Sweetheart's Dance ranks with the best of Trisha Yearwood, Wynonna Judd, and Carlene Carter. ~ Brian Mansfield

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