Picks and Pans Review: Robin Lee

UPDATED 07/21/1986 at 01:00 AM EDT Originally published 07/21/1986 at 01:00 AM EDT

Robin Lee

Lee, 22, earned a best new-female-vocalist nomination from the Academy of Country Music this year with a vivacious style and a nice sense for picking songs. This album includes the work of such estimable composers as Bob McDill, Dickey Lee (no relation), Charlie Black and Tommy Rocco; and the underappreciated Freddy Weller (his last solo album was in 1982) blends well with Lee on duets of You Don't Even Know and We're Not Gonna Hurt Each Other Are We? And if Lee is not as distinctive as she might be, she's young enough to work something out. (Evergreen)

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