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Released  1991
Soft Talk (1991)  Temptation (1993)
Release date  1991
Label  Epic/Sony Records
Length  35:34
Artist  Shelby Lynne
Producer  James Stroud
Genre  Country music
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Soft Talk is the third studio album by American singer-songwriter Shelby Lynne. It was released in 1991 on the Epic label. Two tracks on the album, "The Very First Lasting Love" and "Stop Me" were performed with Les Taylor. The album reached No. 55 on the Billboard Country Albums chart. Allmusic's Bil Carpenter gave Soft Talk a star rating of three out of five and described it as "defiant, emotionally draining country." People considered the album "more subdued" but a "pleasing package".

Contents

Track listing

  • "Don't Cross Your Heart" (Tony Haselden, Tim Mensy) — 2:55
  • "I've Learned to Live" (Dean Dillon, Frank Dycus) — 3:52
  • "Alive and Well" (Michael Garvin, Bucky Jones) — 3:21
  • "A Lighter Shade of Blue" (Max D. Barnes, Skip Ewing, Troy Seals) — 3:47
  • "It Must Be You" (Hugh Prestwood) — 3:07
  • "You Can't Break a Broken Heart" (Chuck Jones, Chris Waters) — 3:14
  • "Soft Talk" (Seals, Eddie Setser) — 3:39
  • "The Very First Lasting Love" (Paul Hollowell, Les Taylor, Lonnie Wilson) — 3:34
  • "Stop Me" (Jim Lauderdale, John Leventhal) — 3:43
  • "It Might Be Me" (Jones, J. D. Martin) — 4:22
  • Songs

    1Don't Cross Your Heart2:58
    2I've Learned to Love3:54
    3Alive and Well3:23

    References

    Soft Talk Wikipedia


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