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Collin Raye made his debut on the American country music scene in 1991 with the release of his debut album All I Can Be, which produced his first Number One hit “Love, Me” and was the first of four consecutive albums to achieve platinum in the U S for sales of one million copies each.The title track from the second album In This Life was Raye’s second Number One hit. “That Was a River”, “Somebody Else’s Moon” and “I Want You Bad (And That Ain’t Good)”were also released as singles. “Big River” is a cover of a Johnny Cash song, while “Let It Be Me” is a cover of a pop standard originally recorded by Betty Everett and Jerry Butler.Although almost 20 years have passed since the first CD release of the two albums here, they sound as fresh as anything that s currently occupying the upper reaches of the US Country chart.The number of big hits that Raye scored from these and those that followed in their wake testify to his importance as an artist, and that fact that he s still heard so often on country oldies radio demonstrates his durability.
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