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Page Artiste Sherrié Austin

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  • CD (20 mars 2001)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B00005AMMC
  • Autres éditions : CD
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Disque : 1

  1. Followin' A Feelin'
  2. Jolene
  3. Goin', Goin', Gone
  4. Somethin' Missin' In The Kissin'
  5. In The Meantime
  6. My Brilliant Escape
  7. In Our Own Sweet Time
  8. Love Melts Even The Coldest Hearts
  9. Back Where I Belong
  10. Time, Love, And Money

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HASH(0x9abf9efc) étoiles sur 5 Sherrie comes up with another winner! 24 mars 2001
Par Cyn R. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This CD is simply put, wonderful. From the classic Dolly Parton "Jolene." TO may very favorite, "Somethin' Missin' in the Kissin'" This CD has a bit of it all, and it's all unique, wonderful and totally Sherrie. I saw Sherrie at a local fair over the summer, her show is GREAT! The live version of "Missin' in the Kissin'" is fantastic. Sherrie put on a great show and she's really very funny. I think if you buy this CD you won't be dissapointed, in fact I'm sure it will soon become one of you favorites!
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HASH(0x9a3fb4d4) étoiles sur 5 THE BEST FEMALE CD OF THE MILLINEUM 17 mai 2004
Par David Brown - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Sherrie Austin is without question the BEST female singer in country music today. And once again, she proves it. There are a number of 10/10 on this CD: The best is "My Brilliant Mistake", but "Back Where I Belong", The title track, and "In The Meantime" are also flawless songs. "Jolene" is a song I always have detested, it did not matter if it was Dolly Parton, Martina McBride, or the worst of all: Olivia Newton-John, I dislike the lyrics. Sherrie, managed to get me to at least tolerate the song. This is a must have CD, simply put the best CD of the millineum.
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HASH(0x9a563a80) étoiles sur 5 Followin' a Sherrie Austin feelin' 20 juillet 2002
Par Daniel J. Hamlow - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Followin' A Feelin' continues Sherrie Austin's special brand of country/light-rock fusion, squeezed into ambrosia and and coating one's throat, leaving one refreshed. I've gone for a second cup of Sherrie's ambrosia feeling that way.
The title track shows she hasn't lost her touch in singing a catchy tune. That is followed by her cover of Dolly Parton's "Jolene." I haven't heard the original so I can't compare the two, but she sings it with her usual aplomb.
The forlorn "Goin', Goin', Gone," with its fiddle, leans towards but never crosses the border to a traditional country sound. Another ballad along the same vein is the singleworthy "Love Melts Even The Coldest Hearts." The song title is self-explanatory.
In the jazzy "Somethin' Missin' In The Kissin'" there are two motifs in play here: the "no X in the Y" motif as well as the apostrophe game. I mean look at the title--somethin', missin', kissin', wooin'... And as for the other, "oohin' in the wooin'" is my favorite. Not to mention, "no cherry in the pie," or "no butter on the biscuit." Huh, I thought the cherry in the pie was Sherrie. However, on "no chicken in the oven" and "no beef in the stew"--that's actually good--come on, girl, vegetarianism is cool."
One song of romantic dreams being shot down by the arrows of reality. One is "In The Meantime," of a ballerina-wannabe and and aspiring major league star. What can intercept those dreams and crumple them in life's wastebasket? I'll let the chorus answer: "Make the coffee, read the paper/Late for work, dreams will wait 'til later/Get the bills paid, buy the groceries/Take time to stop and smell the roses" To quote the title of a movie, reality bites!
"In Our Own Sweet Time" has got a rollicking lead guitar and a chorus sung in Sherrie's higher sweeter register. It puts anything by Sheryl Crow to shame. Equally catchy and upbeat is "Back Where I Belong," which could also have fit on Love In The Real World.
"Time, Love & Money" shows the down side of living a materialistic, greedy-oriented life. There's one line in there that connected with me: "On Sunday we kneel down and pray/Oh please forgive our selfish ways/Come Monday we're back in the race." That's the reason I stopped believing in God, back in 1983. What was the point in people being neighbourly one day of the week and cheating and backstabbing their fellow people the other six days of the week? As for the rest of the song, there's nothing wrong with wanting more time and love, especially when one uses those two for a dear one, but when it comes to more money, that's where the phrase, "that depends" comes in. For example, having more money and still wanting more for personal greed--that's totally wacko, jacko.
Oh, by the way, it took me a while, but anyone who's confused to what BGV's are after each song credit, it means background vocals.
The songs are less abstract as they were in Love In The Real World, but her pleasant honeyed voice is what makes this album more than just a good followup. Keep on singin', Sherrie, I'll keep buyin'.
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HASH(0x9a3fa6a8) étoiles sur 5 Spectacular, Sensational, Downright Super! 17 avril 2002
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
2001 was a rather uneven and unpredictable year for country music, and one of the finest of last year has been miserably ignored to the favoured headliners like Dolly Parton (whom I have absolutely nothing against) or Garth Brooks. Meanwhile, this incredibly talented young Aussie is virtually unheard of.
From the start, the album sounds traditional with the title track "Followin' A Feelin'," which is one of the better tracks. From there, "Jolene," (5/5) with it's rocky sound and addictive lyrics and tune sweeps the listener away. The track after that is sweet and slow, but nothing special. (3/5) My second favorite of the album, "Something Missin' in the Kissin'" is absolutely brilliant, both gorgeously written and sung with emotion and spunk. 5/5
"In the Meantime" is the real gem of the album. It shows that a person's dreams and what really happens are quite different, but not always bad. (Make the coffee /read the paper/ late for work/ dream'll wait 'til later/ no time to stop and smell the roses) It's absolutely great! 5/5
"In Our Own Sweet Time" is another of those great rock-edged country songs. Don't plan on a whiny banjo- this is beautiful Sheryl Crow-esque sounding country music. 4/5
"Love Melts Even the Coldest Hearts" is notably poetic, but a little slow for my tastes. 3/5
"Back Where I Belong" is written to be spunky and sentimental- and Sherrié does a darn good job with it! The vocals are strong and the writing is better. 4/5
"My Brilliant Mistake" and "Time, Love, Money" are both great songs that would be easy to relate to, but neither is a great way to end the album.
All in all, it's a must-have.. one of my favorite country CDs!
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HASH(0x9a3fa414) étoiles sur 5 Country Radio....This is your wake up call! 18 janvier 2002
Par J. Stewart - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
It is such a mistake of country radio stations to not play Sherrie Austin. She has such wonderful songs! She has the look, the voice and all of the talent country music listeners want. Why do you hide her on the shelf? Mistake, big mistake.
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