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Album Review

"Little Miss Dynamite" stormed the late-'50s and early-'60s charts with several spot-on classics, and in the process showed a deft vocal touch with pop, country, rockabilly, and rock & roll material. Especially displaying an affinity for both Wanda Jackson's snarled delivery and Dottie West's earnest tone, Lee electrified even the most banal of songs. This is made clear on Polygram's Lee roundup, I'm Sorry, as the singer transcends cloying sides like "Speak Pretty to Me" and "Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree" with unerring rhythmic verve and in-the-pocket phrasing. Featuring 20 cuts in all, the collection includes a slew of other highlights like the title track, "Dum Dum," and "Sweet Nothin's." A perfect way to get to know the fabulous Miss Lee.


Born: 11 December 1944 in Lithonia, GA

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

One of the biggest pop stars of the early '60s, Brenda Lee hasn't attracted as much critical respect as she deserves. She is sometimes inaccurately characterized as one of the few female teen idols. More crucially, the credit for achieving success with pop-country crossovers usually goes to Patsy Cline, although Lee's efforts in this era were arguably of equal importance. While she made few recordings of note after the mid-'60s, the best of her first...
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