Holly Dunn was an important contributor to contemporary country in the mid- to late '80s. Similar to Kathy Mattea and Rosanne Cash, Dunn brought elements of modern folk, bluegrass, and pop to country music with the knack for writing engaging narrative songs. These 11 tracks include chart-toppers "Stranger's Again," "Only When I Love," "A Face in the Crowd," and her debut number one hit from 1985, "Daddy's Hands."
AllMusic Review by Al Campbell
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