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Love Songs - Timi Yuro

Timi Yuro

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Soulful Timi Yuro was a chitlin' circuit favorite in the early '60s. Liberty Records released the Californian's self-titled LP after her biggest hit, "Hurt" (redone in the '70s by the Manhattans), exploded. It did ok with a respectable #51 showing on Billboard's album chart. All these songs are anguished lamenters like "Hurt." Yuro's innate heart-tugging delivery emotes the brightest on "I'm Confessin' (That I Love You)," "Trying," and "I Won't Cry Anymore." A simpler setting would have worked better than the dated string arrangements, but you really had to hear Yuro's earthy voice live to fully appreciate her.

Biografía

Nacido(a): 04 de agosto de 1941 en Chicago, IL

Género: Pop

Años de actividad: '60s, '70s, '80s

"The little girl with the big voice," Timi Yuro was America's finest white soul singer of the 1960s. Her million-selling debut single, "Hurt," introduced a performer of such profound poignancy and depth that many listeners assumed she was a man, an African-American, or both, and while Yuro never again achieved the same commercial heights, her finest records deserve mention in the same breath as Aretha Franklin, Irma Thomas, and the other soul queens of the era. Born Rosemarie Timotea Aurro in Chicago...
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