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Let's Call It A Day Today
Honky Tonk Man
Should Have Known Better
Women Of 2000
A Ring Where A
Ring Used To Be
Dianne Foxx related sites:
The WSVNRadio Hall of Fame, Volume 12,
Country artist DiAnne Foxx brings back the traditional sound of Country music.
Her song, "Your Eyes" appeared on Volume 12, likewise, she made an
appearance on an all-Country compilation,
WSVN Country, with her song, "Are You An Angel."
Foxx's style is very entertaining, as her music easily compares to what Country
sounded like in previous decades.
The title track opener reveals the traditional Country sound, upbeat and it
IS Country. "Let's Call It A Day Today" has a lovely ballad-type sound;
this song could eaily have fitted with Country music's past, today, and future
stars. It has the style of George Jones' "She Stopped Loving Her Today."
"Honky Tonk Man" is a good original honky tonk'er, it is not a remake
of the Dwight Yoakam song.
"Your Eyes" has the traditional Country sound, comparing to Patsy
Cline. "Should Have Known Better" gets the feet tapping; it's another
good upbeat Country number. "Mother Earth" is a nice ballad, easy going,
very enjoyable. It reminds me of 1970s Country, and even the Country side of
Neil Young. "Dr. Jim" is another upbeat Country song, with a Rock touch.
"Women Of 2000" can fit with the current decades Women of Country,
Foxx can easily be enjoyed as the likes of today's popular female Country stars.
"Bartender's Blues" has the style of "Your Eyes," likewise the
style of this song can be compared to another female Country legend, Loretta
Lynn. The last song brings back the sounds of 1980s Country, "A Ring Where
A Ring Used To Be."
Sign this good ol' Country gal on a MAJOR label!! She is definitely a voice
that should be listened to... DiAnne Foxx's music is good ol' traditional Country,
and should be a hit sensation. All of the songs are originals, and Foxx even
co-wrote some of the songs. Tainted Rose is a great album for the
down home Country fan, and WSVNRadio is proud to have her as part of our website
and radio station.
For more info on DiAnne Foxx, visit her website at
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