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Gene Watson has been singing professionally since the late 1950s & has been a country music (album) recording artist since the late 1960s.
Gene Watson steps into a recording studio and, like a great chef, uses the perfect ingredients to create an aural feast. When Gene Watson takes a step behind the microphone, magic happens.
Gene Watson's contribution to the country music genre is immeasurable and it is here that you have an opportunity to read reviews of Gene Watson's albums, as published in Country Music People.
Country Music People is the United Kingdom's No. 1 Award Winning Country Music Magazine, and was the recipient of the Country Music Association's 2003 Wesley Rose International Achievement Award.
Country Music People was first published in 1970 and protects its integrity fiercely. The magazine has always brought its readers detailed, honest record reviews untainted by advertising considerations, as well as genuine interviews with country stars that are not faked from interview discs sent out by publicists and record labels.
Country Music People have long ago nailed its colours to the mast where Gene Watson is concerned. The magazine has rigorously championed Gene's cause down through the years and have published a number of reviews of his album releases.
All reviews have been reproduced with the kind permission of Country Music People.
This CMP review by Craig Baguley, which was published in the February 2003 issue of Country Music People, is reproduced here with the kind permission of the publishers.
Album Review by Craig Baguley
(***** out of 5)
'Reissue of two classic Watson albums on one CD. 'Love in the Hot Afternoon' is the one that started it all, and began Watson's relationship with Canadian songwriter Ray Griff who gave him the terrific 'Where Love Begins'. Griff also contributes 'If The Shoe Fits, Wear It' and the cute-titled 'Don't Look At Me (In That Tone Of Voice)' on the 'Paper Rosie' album, the title track of which was written by another Canuck, Dallas Harms'.
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