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Sun, 19 Sep 2004

Rise / Kim Richey
Rise When you're young, you're bombarded by new music. And if you're at all like I was, you like a remarkable amount of what you hear. As you get older (okay, old), you're exposed to a lot less. And like even less of it. At some point I got worried that I was becoming my parents. Could Time/Life or Reader's Digest record collections be far behind?

But there was hope, in the form of Joss Whedon. Although I was a late discoverer of Buffy and Angel, I caught up as the seasons were released on DVD. And every now and then a well chosen song would hold my attention. Such was the case with A Place Called Home, a lovely song that was used to end a particularly emotional episode of Angel. And that led me to listen to more of Kim Richey's work, despite its off-putting characterization in the genre of Country. Heck, if there were more country CDs like this one, even I might become a convert.

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