Glen Campbell and Tanya Tucker, "Why Don't We Just Sleep on It Tonight"
At the height of their ill-fated courtship in the early Eighties, Campbell and Tucker were admittedly less oil and water and more gasoline and matches. But for all the tabloid fodder their romantic union generated, on record, especially here, they're like country's answer to Peaches and Herb. Two of the genre's most distinctive voices, his like a clear rippling stream, hers more raspy and mischievous, whatever transpired between them they transcended with soulful intensity in their far-too-few collaborations. S.B.