CD Single Details
- Released: March 6, 2001
- Originally Released: 2001
- Label: Bna Entertainment
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Entertainment Weekly - 6/22/01, p.91
"...Oslin's writing again, and her collaborations with the Mavericks' Raul Malo and Al Anderson hint at great grooves to come..." - Rating: B-
- 1.Live Close by, Visit Often
- 2.Maybe We Should Learn to Tango
Personnel: K.T. Oslin (vocals); Al Anderson, Mark Casstevens (acoustic guitar); Kenny Vaughan (electric guitar); Carl Grodetsky, Pam Sixfin (violin); Jim Grosjean (viola); Bob Mason (cello); Jeff Coffin, Jim Hoke (baritone saxophone); Doug Bernstein (saxophone); Vincent Cieleski, Scotty Huff (trumpet); Roy Agee (trombone); Dennis Burnside (piano); Jeff Roach (Hammond B-3 organ); Michael Joyce, Raul Malo, Glenn Worf (bass); Bobby Blazier (drums); Bob Bailey, Kim Fleming, Vicki Hampton (background vocals).
Recorded at Soundshop and Cucaracha Studios, Nashville, Tennessee.
Describing the collection of songs on Oslin's first album in five years as diverse is an understatement. It's always nice to hear from Oslin, but this comeback is bittersweet. Too eclectic to call country, too divergent to call pop, the 12 songs on Live Close By, Visit Often are an undefinable mix of various musical styles. Perhaps it was the influence of the Mavericks' frontman, Raul Malo, who served as co-producer. Either way, music doesn't have to be definable or categorized to make it good -- or even interesting -- and Oslin's unmediated vocals are always a pleasure to listen to, no matter what she's singing about. ~ Maria Konicki Dinoia