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Single Review: Mickey Guyton, “Better Than You Left Me”

Mickey Guyton Better Than You Left Me

“Better Than You Left Me”
Mickey Guyton

Written by Mickey Guyton, Jennifer Hanson, and Jenn Schott

This is pretty much how a country ballad is supposed to sound, as far as I’m concerned.  Nothing says heartache like a steel guitar, and if you’re going to sing with vulnerability, it’ll do a lot of the heavy lifting for you.   All you need to do is show up with a decent lyric, not let the production get in the way, sing the song well, and you’re done.

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How Very Nineties: Lisa Stewart, “Drive Time”

I totally bought this album and thought the video was powerful when I was, you know, 12. Now watching it makes me laugh and cringe but still kinda dig the song.

The CU staff is working on a Best of the Nineties singles list right now. This one’s not gonna be on it. But enjoy the trip back to 1992 anyway. This woman could sing!

(Look closely in the background and you can see an RIAA award for her labelmate John Anderson’s Seminole Wind.)

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