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Editors’ Notes

Joy Lynn White had the voice, the emotion and the attitude — along with a certain untamed quality, which may account for why she couldn’t be properly marketed. Her 1992 debut Between Midnight & Hindsight (first credited to “Joy White”) gives a taste of her potential. She's sometimes reminiscent of a young Linda Ronstadt, adept at filling her throbbing notes with palpable desire and heartache. But really, White was her own artist from the start, coming on a little too folky for classic honky-tonk and too rowdy for mainstream balladry. At times, she chafes against some of the more pedestrian tunes on this album. But when she fully connects with a song, the results are galvanizing, with the country-rocking “True Confessions,” the two-stepping “Little Tears” and the spunky “Hey Hey Mama” especially delightful. The don’t-miss moment here is “Cold Day In July,” a gospel-tinged ballad that was subsequently covered by the Dixie Chicks. After attempting to play by Nashville rules, White moved on and established herself as an alt-country artist. Between Midnight & Hindsight gives an early glimpse of her formidable talent.

Customer Reviews

Under appreciated artist

Joy has a great sound and some really good material. I don't understand why she never took off in country music but this album is well worth the listen. True Confessions is fabulous with the great Marty Stuart assisting. The guitar work alone is worth the cost of that song.

This is worth the price of a download

Hey! Let me tell you something folks, when I first heard this little girl saying I was just simply blown out of the water. And then when I saw the video on The old Nashville network in the early 90s, I was even more blown away because she was so cute! She's a fiery little redhead from Arkansas with a fiery voice. In the video Marty Stuart hams it up with her. He cracks me up. My personal highlights from this album are, little tears, true confessions, why do I feel so good, and it's amazing. And to top it off Marty Stuart does some really great guitar work on this album too. That's like the cherry on top of the sundae. So give this album a listen you will be pleasantly surprised and amazed why such a great voice like this never made it in country music. Just one of many artists in the 90s country explosion that unfortunately got lost in the shuffle. Thank you iTunes for putting her music in your store.

Biography

Born: October 2, 1961 in Arkansas

Genre: Country

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Joy Lynn White was born in Arkansas, but raised in Mishawaka, IN. At the seasoned age of five, White began singing with the White Family Band, led by her father, Gene White. After high school, she headed to Nashville, where she worked as a demo singer before landing a recording contract with Columbia, who issued her debut as Joy White in 1992. Between Midnight & Hindsight showcased White's fiery vocal delivery and flair for cutting, freewheeling honky tonk. However, the album's three singles...
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Between Midnight & Hindsight, Joy Lynn White
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Country, Music, Americana, Contemporary Country
  • Released: Apr 1992

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