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On 2005's REAL FINE PLACE, country singer Sara Evans kicks things off with the twangy, upbeat "Coalmine," an allusion (intentionally or not) to the great Loretta Lynn. Rather than being a coalminer's daughter, however, Evans is a coalminer's girlfriend, offering a playful update of a classic country theme. Although Evans shows an allegiance to her rural roots, she's also unapologetically taken with Pop/Rock arrangements, as on the uplifting "Real Fine Place to Start," the soaring "New Hometown," and the nostalgic "Roll Me Back in Time" (penned by Sheryl Crow and her frequent collaborator, John Shanks). Whether she's keeping it country or venturing into pop territory, Evans is a charismatic performer, and REAL FINE PLACE is an ideal showcase for her talent.

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1) Coalmine
2) Real Fine Place to Start a
3) Cheatin'
4) New Hometown
5) You'll Always Be My Baby
6) Supernatural
7) Roll Me Back in Time
8) Secrets That We Keep the
9) Bible Song
10) Tell Me
11) Missing Missouri
12) Momma's Night Out
13) These Four Walls

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