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Audiences across the globe have heard and been enchanted by the golden voice of Tami Neilson. Singing her heart out across endless roads and stages, from her days as a young girl in the touring Neilson family band to her full blossoming as a formidable talent in her own right, Tami has won award after award for her songs and her singing and impressed critics and musicians alike with her hard work and attention to detail.

Her pure tones remind us of a time gone by where the vocalist was a songbird transporting us to places we could never go, showing us worlds we could only imagine.


A1 Walk (Back To Your Arms)
A2 Come Over
A3 Texas
A4 Cry Over You
A5 You Lie
B1 Dynamite
B2 Woo Hoo
B3 Running To You
B4 Honey Girl
B5 Whiskey And Kisses

Her skill at writing and crafting a song is shown here in the dynamic range of music you are about to hear. Moving easily through blues driven numbers like “Walk (Back To Your Arms)” and “Dynamite”, Tami showcases new facets in the jewel, her soulful side with “Cry Over You” and her maple-sweetness in “Honey Girl”, before she kicks it up with rockin numbers like “Woo Hoo” and “Come Over”. Those familiar with her previous work will be happy to hear the country lament “You Lie” and her bell-like “Texas”, keeping one foot squarely planted in the country corner.

A couple of duets appear here on the album: young Marlon Williams leaves us breathless while matching Tami word for word in the fun and frantic "Woo Hoo", Ben Woolley croons with the heartbreak of a spurned suitor in "Whiskey & Kisses", while fellow hayrider Delaney Davidson's worries are kissed away in “Running To You”.

Steel-playing wizard, Red McKelvie, came out of retirement to play on the songs after he heard the demos, and the highly-sought-after skills of Dave Khan are sprinkled beautifully, adding body and a touch of the cinematic. The rhythm section of Joe McCallum and Ben Woolley round the sound out to form the makings of a classic.