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Charlie Rich began his career singing rockabilly at Sun Records, but by 1973, the Silver Fox was crooning future standards that crossed over into easy listening and pop. "The Most Beautiful Girl" is a big, tear-jerking torch song, but elsewhere Rich sounds content and fulfilled. This might be the most doting country album you've ever heard—"I Take It on Home", for instance, is arguably country's greatest anti-cheating song, with the singer turning down a one-night stand out of love for his wife.

Biography

Born: 14 December 1932 in Colt, AR

Genre: Country

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s

Charlie Rich was simultaneously one of the most critically acclaimed and most erratic country singers of post-World War II era. Rich had all the elements of being one of the great country stars of the '60s and '70s, but his popularity never matched his critical notices. What made him a critical favorite also kept him from mass success. Throughout his career, Rich willfully bended genres, fusing country, jazz, blues, gospel, rockabilly, and soul. Though he had 45 country hits in a career that spanned...
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