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Album Review

Anthology offers an excellent overview of Deborah Allen's career, compiling all of the singer's country-pop hits from 1979 to 1993. Beginning with her earliest Top Ten entries — three "duets" with Jim Reeves produced in the wake of his death — the set goes on to encompass not only Allen's biggest solo smashes ("I've Been Wrong Before," "Baby I Lied" and "I Hurt for You") as well as fascinating obscurities ("Telepathy," written by one Joey CoCo — a.k.a. the Artist Formerly Known as Prince).


Born: September 30, 1953 in Memphis, TN

Genre: Country

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

A country-pop singer strongly influenced by Patsy Cline, Deborah Allen scored a few major hits in the early '80s and subsequently reinvented herself with a newly sensual image for the '90s. Born in Memphis in 1953, Allen moved to Nashville at age 17 to pursue a country-music singing career, and met Roy Orbison while working as a waitress. Orbison hired her as a backup singer, and she subsequently worked at the Opryland theme park before landing a gig as a singer and dancer in Tennessee Ernie Ford's...
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