By Bob Cannon
Updated July 30, 1993 at 04:00 AM EDT

The Ballads of Madison County

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It was inevitable. Robert James Waller, author of the mawkish bestseller, The Bridges of Madison County, whips out a companion album (using some of the book’s characters) to cash in on Madison‘s feel-good philosophy. Like the novel, The Ballads of Madison County probably looked good on paper. The wispy-voiced Waller has been called ”a hero to the middle-aged,” but if this saccharine recording debut is any indication of those upcoming middle years, please take me now, Lord. D

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The Ballads of Madison County

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