Ann & Terry Brock | One Heart, One Mind

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One Heart, One Mind

by Ann & Terry Brock

Ann & Terry Brock's latest release is a ten track delight in both strong vocals and eight-ball-in-the-corner-pocket instrumentation. The CD consists of mostly original material penned by Terry Brock, though there are a few covers. Most notably Cotton Patch Rag and A Cowboy's Work Is Never Done.
Genre: Country: Americana
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  Song Share Time Download
1. One Heart, One Mind
3:49 album only
2. A Cowboy's Work Is Never Done
3:10 album only
3. Guide Me Home My Georgia Moon
3:50 album only
4. Louisiana Man
2:59 album only
5. Teardrops From My Heart
3:27 album only
6. Midnight
3:27 album only
7. Runnin'
3:36 album only
8. Lonely Time
2:38 album only
9. You Know Why
2:58 album only
10. Cotton Patch Rag
2:42 album only


Album Notes
Thanks in part to the crossover appeal of the Dixie Chicks, real country - the kind with fiddles and steel guitars - is starting to come back, which means songwriters such as Ann & Terry Brock might be working in a seller's market. However, so that those who like the adult-contemporized sounds of new country don't feel left out, the Brocks have included a few tunes along those lines, such as the album-opening title track (which does end with some nice fiddling,) the power ballad Teardrops From My Heart, and Midnight, which actually bears a strong resemblance to Carly Simon's late '80s work. Although Terry Brock penned most of the songs, the duo includes some well-chosen covers, such as Sonny Bono's brooding A Cowboy's Work Is Never Done. The group is at its best with its slowest, saddest songs - Lonely Time and You Know Why make lasting impressions with their forlorn vocals and longing lyrics. When it comes to country, you still can't go wrong with tales of hearbreak.
Andrew Miller, Pitch Weekly, Kansas City, MO



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