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(2008/LOFTON CREEK) 12 tracks
Things To Do In Witchita
When You Love Her Like Crazy
Rollin' With The Flow
Going On Later On
Live To Be 100
When I Get This Close To You
(Come On In) The Whiskey's Fine
If The Devil Brought You Roses
Man In The Mirror
Long Way To Go
She Never Got Me Over You
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mark chesnutt possede touce que j' aime en country music,d'ailleur chez le courant des neo- traditionnanistes fin 80/debut 90 il est celui qui a su rester le plus pur,le plus honky tonk,resistant a la "popatisation" nashvilienne.
si les 3 premiers titres sont plutot tranquille,je suis etonnes de l energie deploye par la suite.
mes titres preferes :tous.
amateurs de country vous pouvez acheter cet album les yeux fermes.
Enfin le voici le nouveau Mark Chesnutt. Le plus Tennessian des Texans s'est une fois de plus entouré du gratin Nashvillien : Glenn Worf, Eddie Bayers, Larry Franklin, Paul Franklin, Brent Mason, Wes Hightower....Il s'est rapproché de son album mythique " savin' the honky tonk " même si il y a un peu plus de ballades. Mais " going on later on " et " " the whiskey's fine " nous rappellent que Mark peut aisément se promener entre rythmes lents et plus soutenus. Dans tous les cas, sa voix chaude au " twang " très prononcé est la signature de l'homme et probablement ce qui fait son succès. Une voix pareil est un don. Un album complet, peut être pas à la hauteur de " savin' ", mais qui fait grand plaisir à entendre car il montre le retour de Chesnutt. Dans la lignée des George Jones, Waylon Jennings...
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Mark Chesnutt started life in Country Music with considerable promise. Early on, with albums like LONG NECKS AND SHORT STORIES and TOO COLD AT HOME, Chesnutt wowed the Country world, was a Horizon Award winner and was heralded by such legends as George Jones as someone with the ability to place his star high in the Country heavens.
Then something happened. He got even better while seeming to ignore Nashville and all of the trappings that seemed necessary to make the moguls of Music Row happy. First to go was the mainstream recording company in favor of a smaller, less known studio. He then discarded the visibility that many assumed necessary to succeed.
To make a long story short, with his latest offering, ROLLIN' WITH THE FLOW, Chesnutt proves again that, despite taking charge of his life and career, he is absolutely a bona fide Country Star with the continuing smoothness and sound that made him famous in the first place. From the title track, an excellent cover of Charlie Rich's original, to "Live To Be 100" and, my favorite, "When I Get This Close To You" this album is a natural addition to Chesnutt's already impressive discography, seamlessly interweaving what modern Country Music should be with his roots in the classic Country genre.
It goes without saying that if you are into Carrie Underwood or Rascal Flatts, Mark Chesnutt's ROLLIN' WITH THE FLOW will be far too deep a river for you to swim in. Stick with the puddles that you are used to and leave Chesnutt to those of us who appreciate Country Music in its purity!
Hardcore country fans are rolling with delight in hillbilly heaven with Chesnutt's new CD. With huge spades of rinky-tink honky tonk piano, shafts of twangy guitar riffs, and loads of mournful pedal steel commentary, producer Jimmy Ritchey has again made the traditional genre emblematic of this release. Country waltzes, slow romantic ballads, and sawdust kicking two-steps - genres almost becoming extinct these days are thankfully revived here. After spending more than two years finding these 12 tracks, Chesnutt has indeed a gem of an album with tracks coming from some of his favorite writers such as Roger Springer ("It's A Little Too Late") and other note-worthies such as Dean Dillon, Tony Martin, and Mark Nesler, all of whom have made their mark in the country music business. Most significant in terms of its historic value is "She Never Got Me Over You," a traditional cheating ballad earmarked by acute observations. Apparently this was the last song the late Keith Whitley wrote before his death and Chesnutt's sensitive read has lived up to Whitley's honky-tonk drenched legendary excellence.
Right from the get-go, Chesnutt not only established his country cred but he demonstrates his mastery of strong melodic paeans. Album opener "Things to Do in Wichita," coming from the pens of Ritchey and Bob Regan, an infectious mid-tempo detailing the frivolous things the protagonist tries to do to pass time waiting for his lady to call. Chesnutt's sympathetic vocals are a tour de force. Echoing shades of Waylon Jennings with its pulsating bass line, "Live to Be a 100" is a delightful hedonistic smirk at those health-watching addicts. In line with Chesnutt's tradition to include at least one cover in each album, the lucky contestant here is from the oeuvre of Charley Rich, "Rolling with the Flow." , With measured doses of aguish in Chesnutt's phrasing, "Rolling with the Flow" is a reflective song of regret of a man facing the ugly assaults of aging and emptiness.
Yet not all is doleful, Chesnutt indulges in some tomfoolery with the rambunctious "(Come on In) The Whiskey is Fine," with some belly-laughing lines all over. However, for those who love the romantic side of Chesnutt, "When I Get This Close to You," resurrects those butterflies in the stomach on this slow romantic confession of love. The flurries of fiddles and the smooching undergirding of steel guitars give this romantic excursion a old timey feeling that is just enthralling. Also beautiful is the current single "When You Love Her Like Crazy" strings together a singalong melody and Chesnutt's passionate delivery seamlessly. After such romantic extravagance, Chesnutt's ode to the feminine form "Woman" is made believable with its finger snapping melody.
Despite being on an independent able, Lofton Creek, Chesnutt as not let go the reigns of what makes a great album. In the sea of non descript rockers disguised as country, this CD is truly country. More importantly, the songs chosen here are stellar. Engineered with care and performed with seasoned emotions, it's hard to make a wrong move here. "Rolling with the Flow" is definitely a contender for one of 2008's best country CDs.