Album reviews: Country

Verna, Paul; Gillen, Marilyn A.
December 1994
Billboard;12/3/94, Vol. 106 Issue 49, p78
Entertainment Review
Reviews the country music albums `Lookin' Back at Myself,' by Aaron Tippin and `Cold Virginia Night,' by Ronnie Bowman.


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