Trying To Get To You - Valerie Carter - Wild Child (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  • Tracks: "Blue Suede Shoes" - "I'm Counting On You" - "I Got A Woman" - "One-Sided Love Affair" - "I Love You Because" - "Just Because" - "Tutti Frutti" - "Trying To Get To You" - "I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Cry (Over You)" - "I'll Never Let You Go (Little Darlin')" - "Blue Moon" - "Money Honey" - "Heartbreak Hotel" - "I Was The One" - "Lawdy.
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  • Valerie Carter's second album, 's "Wild Child", is a frustrating listen. The album was produced by James Newton Howard and is simply loaded with big name players--Jeff Porcaro, Steve Lukather, Victor Feldman, Jay Graydon, Chuck Rainey, Davey Johnstone, Fred Tackett, Lenny Castro, and the list goes on--and a valiant effort was made to make this a quality pop-rock album.
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  • Wild Child, Valerie Carter's follow-up to her debut Just a Stone Throw's Away, was clearly designed to broaden whatever audience she may have had gained in the prior year. Really, she didn't make that big of an impact in -- the debut peaked at and spent five weeks on the chart without generating a single hit -- but it was enough to hold out the possibility that she could go further.5/
  • I Believe In You () I Contain Multitudes () I Feel A Change Comin' On () I Shall Be Free () I Shall Be Free No. 10 () I Want You () Idiot Wind () If You Ever Go to Houston () If You See Her, Say Hello () Isis () It Ain't Me Babe () It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry () It's All Good.

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