By Alanna Nash
Updated December 17, 1993 at 05:00 AM EST
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Turner Nichols

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Zack Turner and Tim Nichols might seem like Brooks & Dunn clones, since labels always scurry to duplicate proven acts. But their mix of traditional Haggardesque tunes and modern dance-floor drive on Turner Nichols is less contrived, with more emphasis on soulful lyrics and real emotional connections. Best: the Hal Ketchum-like ”Moonlight Drive-In,” a bit of ’50s nostalgia, wrapped around a story of first love and loss. B

Turner Nichols

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