Vince Gill Next Big Thing Contemporary Country Music Cd Review-ca1835

Music Richly talented Contemporary Country artist Vince Gill has released him latest album titled Next Big Thing and Wow! Its really a good one. Unfortunately, its not everyday that I get a CD from an artist that I can just pop in and .fortably listen to from beginning to end. There is usually a song or two that I just cant force myself to get through. Not at all the case with Next Big Thing. Every track is enjoyable and was pretty easy for me to listen to from start to finish. One of the nicer things about a CD like this is with this level of talent even if Contemporary Country isnt your favorite style you still cant help but appreciate the greatness of the artist. If youre a Vince Gill fan this is a CD your collection flat cannot be without. In fact, this is one of those CDs that you dont even have to be a fan of Gill, or even Contemporary Country to know is good. Its just good music. Period. While the entire album is outstanding some of my favorites are track 2 – She Never Makes Me Cry, track 7 – Young Mans Town, and track 17 – In These Last Few Days My Bonus Pick, and the one that got Sore […as in "Stuck On REpeat"] is 12 – You Aint Foolin Nobody. Outstanding! Next Big Thing Release Notes: Vince Gill originally released Next Big Thing on February 11, 2003 on the MCA Nashville label. CD Track List Follows: 1. Next Big Thing 2. She Never Makes Me Cry 3. Don’t Let Her Get Away 4. Someday 5. These Broken Hearts 6. We Had It All 7. Young Man’s Town 8. Real Mean Bottle 9. Whippoorwill River 10. Sun’s Gonna Shine On You, The 11. From Where I Stand 12. You Ain’t Foolin’ Nobody 13. Old Time Fiddle 14. Without You 15. Two Hearts 16. This Old Guitar And Me 17. In These Last Few Days Personnel: Vince Gill (vocals, acoustic & electric guitars, mandolin); Al Anderson (acoustic & electric guitars); Mac McAnally (acoustic guitar); Dean Parks (electric guitar); Tom Britt (slide guitar); John Hughley (steel guitar); Stuart Duncan (fiddle); Jim Hoke (autoharp, harmonica, accordion); The Nashville String Machine (strings); Kirk Whalam (alto saxophone); Jim Horn (baritone saxophone); Charles Rose (trumpet); Steve Herrman (trombone); Pete Wasner, John Hobbs (keyboards); Willie Weeks (bass); Chad Cromwell (drums); Eric Darken (percussion); Amy Grany, Lee Ann Womack, Dawn Sears, Leslie Satcher, Billy Thomas, Harry Stinson, Bekka Bramlett, Kim Keyes, Jenny Gill, Emmylou Harris, Michael McDonald, Andrea Zonn, Jeff White (background vocals). Recorded at Ocean Way, Seventeen Grand and Sound Kitchen Studios, Nashville, Tennessee. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: