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I Finally Found Someone

By: Lorrie Morgan & Sammy Kershaw

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1   I Finally Found Someone Buy Buy  
2   Big Time Buy Buy  
3   I Can't Think Of Anything But You Buy Buy  
4   Be My Reason Buy Buy  
5   29 Again Buy Buy  
6   He Drinks Tequila Buy Buy  
7   What A Wonderful World Buy Buy  
8   Sad City Buy Buy  
9   That's Where I'll Be Buy Buy  
10   Sugar Buy Buy  
11   I Must Be Gettin' Older Buy Buy  

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This is familiar ground for Lorrie Morgan and Sammy Kershaw, who first sang together to appease a restive crowd at a 1981 George Jones "no-show" in Louisiana and later made cameo appearances on each other's albums. Morgan remains one of her generation's most underrated singers. Kershaw, 2000's dreadful album of pop covers notwithstanding, can lay it on the line when he chooses. On this collection of six duets and three solo tunes apiece, that happens too rarely. The title track comes from those down-home country songwriters Bryan Adams, Marvin Hamlisch, R.J. Lange, and Barbra Streisand. "He Drinks Tequila" qualifies as one more cookie-cutter ditty about--guess what? Neither can match the heart and substance of the playful "3 Seconds," "Be My Reason," and "That's Where I'll Be," a Morgan-Kershaw original. Morgan's solos on the thoughtful "29 Again" and "I Must Be Gettin' Older" reveal her depth and passion are intact. Kershaw, however, can't shake his pop obsession, reflected by a dull solo rendition of the grossly overrecorded "What a Wonderful World." The inane "Sugar," a Kershaw original, sounds like an early-'90s Billy Ray Cyrus outtake. Between the wide disparity in material and the mixture of duets and solo numbers, the entire album has an uneven, slapped-together feel. These two deserve better. --Rich Kienzle

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