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Lorrie Morgan - The Color Of Roses Album
Lorrie Morgan - The Color Of Roses Album
Performer: Lorrie Morgan
Title: The Color Of Roses
Label: Image Entertainment
Country: US
Released: 2002
Style: Country
Cat: ID1365LC
Rating: 4.4/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1183 mb | MP3 size: 2057 mb | WMA size: 1767 mb

1Something in Red 4:45
2 My Favorite Things 4:03
3Will You Love Me Tomorrow 3:14
41-800-Used to Be 3:04
5I Didn't Know My Own Strength 3:12
6 Except for Monday 2:48
7 Go Away 2:55
8 Watch Me 3:18
9 A Picture of Me (Without You) 3:37
10 Secret Love 5:17
11 What Part of No 2:40
12 Good as I Was to You 3:28
13Help Me Make It Through The Night (studio Version)3:29
14The Color Of Roses (studio Version)3:29
15 Good Morning Heartache 4:47
16 The Color of Roses 4:12
17 Help Me Make It Through the Night 3:27
18 Harper Valley PTA 3:17
19Half Enough 3:33
20Trainwreck of Emotion 3:02
21Audio Interview Lorrie Morgan43:17
22 Fly Me to the Moon 3:27


Personnel includes: Lorrie Morgan (vocals); Randy Flowers (guitar, background vocals); Jarvis Green (guitar); Joshua Motohashi (steel guitar, dobro); Alan Johnson (mandolin, fiddle); Mark Oliverius (keyboards, background vocals); Kyle Tullis (bass); Greg Stocki (drums); Wendy Hicks, Brittany Allyn (background vocals).

Recorded live at The Tennessee Performing Arts Center, Nashville, Tennessee on September 1, 2001.

Lorrie Morgan says that she has always wanted to do a live album, but it wasn't until 2001 until the opportunity "arose," no pun intended. The Color of Roses, released in March 2002, encapsulates Morgan's remarkable career while celebrating her ability to move live audiences with her music. Most of the singer's hits are bundled in the package, including an emotional performance of "Something in Red," the uplifting "I Didn't Know My Own Strength," and the sassy "Watch Me." One hit that would have perfectly rounded the collection, "Heart Over Mind," is conspicuously absent, however. Still, the album offers enough nostalgia to satisfy longtime Lorrie Morgan fans, yet opens the door to build new bridges with songs such as the title cut and a classy version of "My Favorite Things." No one can deny that Lorrie Morgan is one of the foundations of modern country music. It is one thing to be top-notch recording artist, but quite another to be able to connect with an audience. Morgan can do both. It's high time people stop the chatter about Morgan's personal life and put an ear to the music. ~ Rick Cohoon


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  • Recorded At – Tennessee Performing Arts Center