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Richie releases country disc

Tuesday, March 27, 2012 – Lionel Richie is best known for his R&B music and stint with The Commodores, but he veers towards country with "Tuskegee." The disc combines Richie's vocals with the likes of Kenny Chesney, Willie Nelson, Jason Aldean, Tim McGraw, Blake Shelton, Darius Rucker, Rascal Flatts and Shania Twain. The disc includes past hits Say You Say Me and Lady.

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CD review - Tuskegee Country music's definition has devolved to mean almost anything with slightly verifiable Southern roots, which means that Alabama-born Lionel Richie's music is about as country as anything else under the huge country umbrella. Some might call Richie's original songs soul/R&B. However, the singer/songwriter hasn't sounded truly funky since Brick House with The Commodores, and that song dates way back to 1977. "Tuskegee" is Richie's attempt to revive his ...


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