Sunday, August 22, 2021

Juice Newton - Well Kept Secret (1978)

Juice Newton - Well Kept Secret (1978)


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1. "So Many Ways"   2:59

2. "Close Enough"   3:25

3. "I'll Never Love Again"   3:18

4. "Go Easy On Me"   3:48

5. "A Love Like Yours (Don't Come Knockin' Everyday)"   3:32

6. "Hey! Baby"   3:13

7. "Tell My Baby Goodbye"   3:05

8. "No Reason"   3:58

9. "It's Not Impossible"   3:36

10. "If There Could Be"   4:40




Well Kept Secret is the 4th studio album by country pop singer Juice Newton. Her first three albums – Juice Newton and Silver Spur (1975) and After the Dust Settles (1976) for RCA Records, and Come to Me for Capitol (1977) – were credited to the group Juice Newton and Silver Spur. Well Kept Secret was released by Capitol in 1978 and is Newton's first album as a solo artist, though Silver Spur remained her backing band for five more years. The album marked Newton's most rock-oriented record up to that time and features five songs written by her long-time collaborator Otha Young. Other songs on the album include cover versions of Bruce Channel's 1961 hit "Hey! Baby" and the Holland–Dozier–Holland song, "A Love Like Yours (Don't Come Knocking Everyday)", which was originally recorded in 1963 by Martha and the Vandellas as the B-side to their hit single "Heat Wave". Newton's rendition of "Hey! Baby" was the only single released from Well Kept Secret. Neither charted, prompting rock critic Jim Worbois to note: "The title of this album seems to apply to her career as much as anything. She was still a couple years away from any substantial success. Newton seems to be without direction on this record and, as such, is trying some harder-edged material."

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