Chris Fantini

Saturdays 1-5PM


September 25, 2001
Country, Neo-Traditionalist Country, Contemporary Country

Album Review

Personable and traditional, Wright is the bland new face of country. On 1999's Single White Female, she struck a feminist pose for all 21st century Dixie chicks, taking the voice of the modern everywoman on a cycle of songs detailing the little parts of working and non-working relationships. This more conservative follow-up finds her back on the farm, still tracking the ins and outs of love, but accompanied by a shrugging indifference. Ultimately, it orbits around the concept of love as an unquestionable force, even something to fall back on. Single White Female was all about breaking from tradition; Never Love You Enough is about getting it all back. Sometime at the turn of the century, Wright got the idea that being a single female is no way to spend the new millennium.
Michael Gallucci, Rovi

Track Listing

  1. Never Love You Enough
  2. Jezebel
  3. One Night in Las Vegas
  4. While I Was Waiting
  5. What If We Fly
  6. Wouldn't It Be Cool
  7. Her
  8. Love Didn't Listen
  9. For the Long Run
  10. Horoscope
  11. Not as in Love
  12. Deep Down Low
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