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Album Review

Love Letters in the Sand contains assorted album tracks and B-sides recorded by Sonny James for Capitol Records in the late '60s. His remake of the Seekers' "I'll Never Find Another You" is the only hit, and is here with its B-side, "Goodbye, Maggie, Goodbye," and covers of popular '60s songs like the title track and Skeeter Davis' "End of the World." James' sound became so formulaic from the mid-'60s onward that anyone familiar with his style will know what this album sounds like before it even plays. The tracks were specially selected to create a mellow mood, and Love Letters in the Sand may be James' most relaxing record, for what that's worth.

Biography

Born: 01 May 1929 in Hackleburg, AL

Genre: Country

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

Sonny James, the Southern Gentleman, used the popular Nashville sound of the '60s to countrify pop hits of the past into a form accessible to many, broadening country music's appeal across the nation. James even moved over to the pop charts for a time in the late '50s but found the secret of his success by the time he returned to country. During the late '60s, he scored an incredible five-year run of number one singles which locked up the top spot for a combined 45 weeks during the late '60s. Born...
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Love Letters (1/2) - Single, Sonny James
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  • 0,99 €
  • Genres: Country, Music
  • Released: 1973

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