8 thoughts on “ Ed Bruce - Song For Jenny (Vinyl) ”

  1. Ed Bruce has been one of my favorite voices for years. This CD is a little disappointing as it has either been re-recorded or re-mastered. It does not seem to be the original recordings of these songs. His voice is still strong but seems to lack some of the resonant baritone from his younger days/5(99).
  2. Ed Bruce A: I'll Take You Away B: Give MoreThan You Take: RCA Victor USA: Mar 7" 0: Ed Bruce A: Painted Girls And Wine B: Ninety Seven More To Go: RCA Victor USA: Jun 7" 0: Ed Bruce A: Song For Ginny B: Puzzles: Monument USA: Dec 7" 1: Ed Bruce A: Everybody Wants To Get To Heaven B: When A Man.
  3. Song For Jenny - Ed Bruce by Chris Haywood. Ed Bruce - Your Jukebox Could Use A Few More Sad Songs by the winner. Ed Bruce ~ Old Loves Never Die (Vinyl) by john sandiford.
  4. After kicking around Nashville for a while -- recording for RCA, UA, and Epic, all without success -- Ed Bruce landed at MCA in , where he finally managed to have success by positioning himself somewhere between the cowboy fantasies of outlaw and the commerciality of urban cowboy. He wound up sounding like a cross between a tamer Waylon Jennings and an adventurous Kenny Rogers, which .
  5. This album documents the most rewarding period of Ed Bruce's recording career. Easygoing, mid-tempo love songs dominate, particularly with "You're the Best Break This Old Heart Ever Had," "Ever, Never Lovin' You" and "You're Leavin' Here Tonight." The reflective "After All" is permanently haunting.
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