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Album Review

Kentucky Woman contains 18 songs originally recorded by Ronnie Milsap in the '60s and '70s, before he signed with RCA, including "The End of the World," "Kentucky Woman," and his first minor hit "Never Had It So Good." While this is a decent set, casual listeners will want to stick with Ultimate Ronnie Milsap on RCA.

Customer Reviews

Early Ronnie

This cd is a collection, well-mastered, of his early recordings during his Sceptor Records tenure. A standout track is his reading of "Traces" made famous by The Classics IV. Another interesting song is "If You Go Away" and he interjects just a touch of country in the Broadwayy ballad. "I Just Don't Know What To Do With Myself" that classic Bararach/David classic is interestingly enough an instrumental. The Animal's "House Of The Rising Sun" gets the Ronnie country treatment and it too is interesting as are Ray Charles' "Let's Go Get Stoned" and twang-turned down "The End Of The World" made famous by Skeeter Davis. The overall sound of Ronnie's voice is young and raw but given the soulful arrangements here hint at the superstar Ronnie was about to become.


Born: January 16, 1944 in Robbinsville, NC

Genre: Country

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

Ronnie Milsap was one of the major figures of country music in the 1970s, developing a hybrid of country and pop that brought him a large audience. Milsap was born in Robbinsville, NC, and was raised by his father and grandparents following his parents' divorce. He was born blind from congenital glaucoma, and when he was five, he began attending the Governor Moorhead School for the Blind. When he was seven, his instructors noticed his extraordinary musical talents and he began to study classical...
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