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Gadd's songs are strong and she sings them as if they matter, which in fact they do. Sure of herself, Gadd sings of the pleasures and pitfalls of love without dropping into the "poor me" trap so many of her contemporaries can't seem to avoid. The mood here is melancholy, not whining. Guests Marty Stuart, Glen Duncan, and Rob Ickes add some sensitive accompaniment, but never overwhelm the songs. The focus here is on Gadd, on her songs, and her endearing voice. The flavor of the album reminds one of some of the Judd's earlier records, or perhaps something Dolly Parton might have done. While this album might not be a classic, it's another worthy effort from an artist who deserves more attention, especially from those in search of heartfelt country musings.


Born: 1960 in Kentucky

Genre: Country

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Before she embarked on a career as a solo recording artist in 1997, Pam Gadd was a member of two groups, the traditional bluegrass-oriented New Coon Creek Girls and the country outfit known as Wild Rose. She effectively blended the best of both genres on The Long Road, her first solo album, that was aimed at the alternative bluegrass market. The native of Kentucky played banjo and guitar, and contributed lead vocals to Wild Rose; the group broke into the Top Ten with "Breaking New Ground" in 1989....
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