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Album Review

This is an excellent single-disc compilation of T. Graham Brown's Capitol recordings from the mid- to late '80s. These ten tracks highlight the majority of his radio favorites, including "I Tell It Like It Use to Be," "I Wish I Could Hurt That Way Again," "She Couldn't Love Me Anymore," "Darlene," and his first number one from 1986, "Hell and High Water." This is a good place to get familiar with Brown's soulful vocals and R&B-inspired country.

Biography

Born: 30 October 1954 in Arabi, GA

Genre: Country

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

T. Graham Brown rose to country stardom through the uniquely Southern phenomenon of beach music, a party-ready mix of old-time rock & roll, R&B, country, and blues. Born in Arabi, Georgia (his real first name is Anthony), he got his start performing while attending the University of Georgia, as part of the beach music duo Dirk & Tony. He then joined the outlaw country band Reo Diamond, and retooled his image as a hairy, tattooed wildman in a ten-gallon hat. Moving on in 1979, Brown formed his own...
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