The s were a magical time for Charlie Rich and producer Billy Sherrill. Sherrill was the first producer who not only understood how gifted Rich was musically -- he knew virtually no bounds when it came to popular music styles -- but could comprehend and deliver Rich 's vision to record buyers.
On the title track, restrained bass notes and minimal, jazzy pianism coast into a space where strings glide into Rich 's verse. Shimmering trills in the piano's mid-range accent the end of each line, as do the female vocalists of the Nashville Edition. It's dreamy and ethereal and the listener encounters quite literally what the song's protagonist is describing.
And "All Over Me" is a country tune with Rich 's honky tonk accents caressed by Sherrill 's strings and Pete Drake 's pedal steel in a broken paean to love gone awry. This is the album that pointed to all the various directions Rich wanted to explore musically.
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