If Lari White’s 1993 debut album, Lead Me Not, displayed her wide-ranging country-pop talent, and her second, Wishes, took the commercial route, her third, Don’t Fence Me In, now attempts to marry artistic vision and mainstream success with a collection of spunky songs that send a message: Go for broke, especially in love. Stylistically she’s all over the place, but convincingly, borrowing equally from Tammy Wynette, Pam Tillis, and even a bit from Michelle Shocked.
Don't Fence Me In If Lari White's 1993 debut album, Lead Me Not, displayed her wide-ranging country-pop talent, and her second, Wishes, took the...Don't Fence Me InCountry If Lari White's 1993 debut album, Lead Me Not, displayed her wide-ranging country-pop talent, and her second, Wishes, took the...1996-02-16
Genre: Country; Lead Performer: Lari White
Posted February 16 1996 — 12:00 AM EST
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