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Timi Yuro

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Soulful Timi Yuro was a chitlin' circuit favorite in the early '60s. Liberty Records released the Californian's self-titled LP after her biggest hit, "Hurt" (redone in the '70s by the Manhattans), exploded. It did ok with a respectable #51 showing on Billboard's album chart. All these songs are anguished lamenters like "Hurt." Yuro's innate heart-tugging delivery emotes the brightest on "I'm Confessin' (That I Love You)," "Trying," and "I Won't Cry Anymore." A simpler setting would have worked better than the dated string arrangements, but you really had to hear Yuro's earthy voice live to fully appreciate her. ~ Andrew Hamilton
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Don't Blame Me Timi Yuro 2:3
  3. 2 I'm Confessin' Timi Yuro 2:56
  4. 3 She Really Loves You Timi Yuro 2:47
  5. 4 What a Matter Baby Timi Yuro 2:46
  6. 5 That's Right Walk On By Timi Yuro 2:17
  7. 6 Insult to Injury Timi Yuro 2:25
  8. 7 A Little Bird Told Me Timi Yuro 2:31
  9. 8 Satan Never Sleeps Timi Yuro 2:18
  10. 9 Once in a While Timi Yuro 2:39
  11. 10 Smile Timi Yuro 2:44

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