on 6 July 2008
Patty is one of the best female artist's in country music!And with an album like this it's easy to see why.
Included are her big hits Halfway Down,I Try To Think About Elvis(so catchy)and the beautiful ballads You Don't Even Know Who I Am and Here I Am.
Patty always picks songs that have lots of depth and emotion,and this album is full of it-such as the sweet Ships and touching Over My Shoulder.
This is one of Patty's most successful albums so you can't go wrong with this.A must to any country collection....
Patty has recorded many excellent albums and this one is well up to her usual standard. It includes three major country hits and seven other wonderful songs. The three hits are You don't even know who I am (about a woman who leaves a man who doesn't understand her), Here I am (about a woman's desire for a particular man) and I try to think about Elvis (an up-tempo song about a woman trying to get over a broken relationship).
Elsewhere, there are plenty of fine songs beginning with Handful of dust, a mid-tempo song with a similar idea to the old sixties pop song, A hundred pounds of clay. Halfway down (another mid-tempo song), When fallen angels fly (an excellent ballad about a happy relationship) and Feeling good about feeling bad (about successfully getting over a broken relationship) are among the other great songs here.
This is Patty at her peak and should satisfy all her fans. While this is a contemporary album, it should appeal to all but the most die-hard traditional fans.