Picks and Pans Review: Girl of Your Dreams
Country singer Bobbie Cryner is a throwback: Rooted in the '50s and '60s sounds of Patsy Cline and Tammy Wynette, her music hearkens back to a raunch time when all a woman could do was long for Mr. Right. But she's no doormat. Right off the bat she tackles that classic of sin and lust "Son of a Preacher Man," generally considered the domain of Dusty Springfield. But she stakes her own sexy claim to it. Cryner's striking contralto fits no mold. Larger than life, slightly overripe, it's her calling card. Some may find its sad, full quaver too rich at first, but after a few listens, even they'll be addicted. (MCA)
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