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Daily Top Five: Most Essential Albums

May 26, 2015 Kevin John Coyne 27

Suggested by longtime reader and commenter  Jonathan Pappalardo: What are the five most essential albums in your collection? I love this question! Here’s my list: Dixie Chicks, Home Reba McEntire, For My Broken Heart Patty

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Daily Top Five: Pre-Fame Releases

May 24, 2015 Kevin John Coyne 11

From longtime reader Six String Richie. What are your favorite pre-fame releases?  You can pick singles and/or albums.  Whatever works for you. Here’s my Top Five: Patty Loveless, “I Did” Shania Twain, “Dance With the

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The Twenty Best Albums of 1994

December 26, 2014 Kevin John Coyne 5

As 2014 comes to a close, the Country Universe staff has been collectively impressed by the number of quality albums that were released this year.  How many of those albums, however, will we still be

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Best Singles of 1994, Part 4: #10-#1

December 16, 2014 Kevin John Coyne 20

The countdown concludes with a wide range of classics, including breakthrough hits, signature songs, and exciting later career gems from long-established icons of the genre. #10 “(Who Says) You Can’t Have it All” Alan Jackson

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Song Talk: Driving Away

July 24, 2014 Ben Foster 33

There are a lot of great country songs chronicling the breakup of a relationship, but it’s the female characters who have often shown a particular propensity for leaving their lovers by car. Sometimes she changes her mind

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