Dick Damron - Touch The Sky

Thursday 1st June 1995
Dick Damron - Touch The Sky
Dick Damron - Touch The Sky

STYLE: Country
RATING 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10
LABEL: Coyote CR5002

Reviewed by Dave Brassington

For Coyote's second release we get a magnificent 15 track album from one of Canada's best country singers. It must be about 15 years since I had the pleasure of seeing him at the old Wembley Country Music festival. At that time he had no gospel albums but having followed his album releases by review only I have noted several, some of which have won prestigious country and gospel awards. On this new album all 15 tracks are self-written, Dick himself helped produce. It's all very easy on the ear, musically a bit like Don Williams, but perhaps with more 'bite'. I enjoyed every track, "Does The Light Still Shine" perhaps being my favourite. Absolutely superb, easily my favourite album of 1995!

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