CD Behind Closed Doors [Bonus Tracks] [Remaster] (CD 1188961),
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Behind Closed Doors [Bonus Tracks] [Remaster]


  • 1. Behind Closed Doors
    2. If You Wouldn't Be My Lady
    3. You Never Really Wanted Me
    4. Sunday Kind of Woman, A
    5. Peace on You
    6. Most Beautiful Girl, The
    7. I Take It on Home
    8. 'Til I Can't Take It Anymroe
    9. We Love Each Other
    10. I'm Not Going Hungry
    11. Nothing in the World (To Do with Me)
    12. Mama, Take Me Home
    13. Ruby, You're Warm
    14. Papa Was a Good Man
    15. I've Got Mine - (previously unreleased)
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 724260

  • Credits
    Producer
    EngineerLou Bradley; Charlie Bragg

    Personnel: Charlie Rich (vocals, piano); The Jordanaires, The Nashville Edition.
    Producer: Billy Sherrill.
    Reissue Producer: Al Quaglieri.
    Recorded in Nashville, Tennessee in between 1971 and 1973. Originally released on Epic (32247). Includes liner notes by Chet Flippo and Raul Malo.
    Digitally remastered by Joseph Palmaccio (Sony Music Studios, New York, New York).
    A truly great voice of American music, Charlie Rich began pursuing his musical vision in the 1950s, but it wasn't until this 1973 release that he achieved a major commercial breakthrough. Along the way, he tackled a mix of blues, pop, country, and R&B with such grace that many critics put him on par with Elvis Presley, and Rich's early work easily marks him as Elvis's peer aesthetically, if not commercially. That all changed with BEHIND CLOSED DOORS. To capture the ear of mainstream America, Rich adopted the strings-and-choir-enhanced "countrypolitan" aesthetic so popular in Nashville at the time.
    While others rode that approach to crossover schlock, Rich kept it classy, and the songs here are always served (but never overpowered) by the arrangements. On "I Take it on Home" and "A Sunday Kind of Woman," Rich's R&B roots can be detected, but it's the romantic ballads, "The Most Beautiful Girl" and the title tune that made Rich a superstar after years of flirting with success. For a summary of Rich's eclectic early work, turn to the FEEL LIKE GOING HOME collection, but for an introduction to the Charlie Rich embraced by millions, look no further than this reissue, which comes complete with tasty bonus cuts.

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