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Jacqui Watson - Cocaine and Brandy Days Review
By Morley Seaver

This is the debut record from New Zealander Jacqui Watson. Part country and part folk, the songs were constructed against the backdrop of Watson's sheep farm. This is a pleasant record but that's about it. Watson does not have a Faith Hill voice although it does the job adequately here. The songs are OK but there's nothing on here that anybody has to have. Only "Me and My Cardboard Man", a humorous look at waiting for "the real live handsome cowboy to come and sweep me off my feet", is worth another spin.

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