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... tactic when he betrays some discom- made sense: Sherrill had displayed his hit - fort on the maudlin ballad "After making mojo time and again with George All" and the double-entendre fest Jones, Tammy Wynette and many others. "If I Told You Who It Was." But for Still, the records he was famous for were slick the most part, the force of his "countrypolitan" stuff with masses of backing personality overcomes any mawkishness in it closes the album in stirring fashion. singers and string sections, the antithesis of the arrangements. It seems far more Cash's Not surprisingly, the darker songs provide Cash's more traditional, hardscrabble sound. album than Sherrill's, despite the fact that only many of the high points. The title track gets In the end, Sherrill and ...
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