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No one in Anglo-American pop does it better. Cash is the Billie Holiday of country singers. Her translucent voice projects such resilient strength that the listener's reaction is not pity but gratitude for the confidence.
This 1983-2003 anthology includes her diverse hits and album tracks. Cash has always confounded those who would speculate on her direction, from country to rock to pop. For those just discovering Cash, this is an enlightening start.
The album that broke Rosanne Cash's truce with country radio, Interiors matches acoustic-based surface beauty with some of the most harrowing songwriting this side of Alex Chilton's Sister Lovers psychodramas.