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Danni Leigh - 29 Nights (2002) Retail CD
Danni seems to be a feisty lady with echoes of Tanya Tucker and Loretta Lynn - no bad thing that, as I am a huge fan of both of those great singers. The musical style, with plenty of high-energy up-tempo songs, is reminiscent of Dwight Yoakam, whose music I am also a huge fan of.The album opens with two songs (If the jukebox took teardrops, Beating my head against the wall) that have sad lyrics set to up-tempo, rocking melodies. Can there be a better way to forget the sadness and move on to something better? As if on cue, the album continues with a ballad (29 nights) in which Danni explains thatmore… she's got over the man she left behind a month ago. But next comes a mid-tempo song (How does it feel to you) in which Danni wonders if separation really was a good idea. Then comes another song (Teardrops teardrops) with sad lyrics but upbeat melody, though it's not quite as fast as the opening two tracks.With the next song (Old lonesome), Danni further emphasises that she's a woman who has got over past disappointments. The next song (Mixed up mess of a heart) is a cover of a Merle Haggard song that the old man would surely be proud of. (Merle's version can be found on his album, I'm a lonesome fugitive.) Danni follows this with a cover of an old Willie Nelson song (Touch me), which shows that Danni can sing romantic ballads superbly when she so chooses. Following this is a sad ballad co-written by Harlan Howard (I feel a heartache) in which Danni thinks she is losing her man. The next song (Chain me) is similar to the first two tracks in having very sad lyrics set to up-tempo music. The album closes with a feisty, up-tempo song (Weren't you the one) in which Danni explains that she's not going to take a man back as he'd earlier rejected her.With plenty of fiddle, steel and other traditional country instruments backing a singer who clearly knows what real country music is all about, this is a must-have for traditional country fans yet has just enough of a contemporary edge to appeal to a wider fan base. If you've never bothered to listen to traditional country but generally prefer driving, up-tempo music, this album might just surprise you.
|1||If The Jukebox Took Teardrops|
|2||Beatin' My Head Against The Wall|
|4||How Does It Feel To You|
|7||Mixed Up Mess Of A Heart|
|9||I Feel A Heartache|
|11||Weren't You The One|
- Danni Leigh - 29 Nights (2002) Retail CD
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