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Brooks & Dunn 6/2/1998

Review

The studio formula that melded vocalist Ronnie Dunn with Kix Brooks is still in effect on cuts like "Your Love Don't Take a Backseat to Nothing" and a duet with country-pop diva Reba McEntire ("If You See Him, If You See Her"); there are some good moments here. Dunn's cover of Roger Miller's "Husbands and Wives" displays his abilities nicely, while Brooks comes to life as a rock & roller on "Way Gone." Also good are "Brand New Whiskey" and "Born and Raised in Black and White." However, the final cut, a gospel-kissed tune ("You're My Angel") that shows just how strong Dunn's voice is, evokes the most emotion. Dunn, when allowed to free himself from trite material and heavy production practices, is amazing. ~ Jana Pendragon
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 How Long Gone Brooks & Dunn 3:36
  3. 2 I Can't Get Over You Brooks & Dunn 4:6
  4. 3 South of Santa Fe Brooks & Dunn 3:47
  5. 4 If You See Him, If You See Her Brooks & Dunn 3:58
  6. 5 Brand New Whiskey Brooks & Dunn 3:7
  7. 6 Born and Raised in Black and White Brooks & Dunn 3:53
  8. 7 Your Love Don't Take a Backseat to Nothing Brooks & Dunn 3:25
  9. 8 Husbands and Wives Brooks & Dunn 3:6
  10. 9 Way Gone Brooks & Dunn 3:8
  11. 10 When Love Dies Brooks & Dunn 3:46
  12. 11 You're My Angel Brooks & Dunn 3:10

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