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  • CD (12 octobre 2004)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B00062WSVG
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Straightforward country w/ traditional & progressive flavors 8 juin 2005
Par J. Ross - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Playing Time - 49:53 -- Rustie Blue's third album, "Chip Chip" continues to emphasize straightforward country with both traditional and progressive material. Her growing fanbase will be thrilled with this release that features the title duet with "Whisperin" Bill Anderson, who also co-authored the tracks, "Tomorrow Tonight" and Before I Fall" and "When I Remember You." In the 2005 European CMA Awards, Blue and Anderson were nominated for a Vocal Collaboration of the Year Award for "Chip Chip," with its catchy hook and drive. Anderson's lead vocal is in fine form as he energetically sings "chip, chip, chippin' away at our love" with Rustie. Throughout this album, the music bursts with pep and is full of steam. Rustie and band seem to have an affinity for spirited songs like "Cloud Of Dust," "The Same Old Who," "Oh Baby," "Two Left Feet," and "The Devil May Care," but they also give us very tasteful renditions of slower or moderate tempo songs like "Tomorrow Night" which Bill Anderson co-penned with Deborah Allen. Some of Blue's singing has rock influences, while a song like "Don't Come Cryin'" gives her a chance to incorporate a more bluesy and pop style into her vocalizing. Last I heard "The Devil May Care" was at #12 on the Indie World Country Chart.

Some impressive talents serve as the accompanying musicians on "Chip, Chip." Music producer/engineer Mike Headrick is a superior instrumentalist on guitars, steel, mandolin, and dobro. Joe Caverlee's fiddle and Tim Atwood's piano also provide some emotionally-charged support. Kenny Berry's bass and Bob Courter's drums give the songs a foundation of rock solid and powerful rhythmic intensity. Background vocals from Jackie Harling and Jimmy Layne sit very nicely in the overall mix of this first-class production.

Growing up around country music in southeast Ohio, Rustie also demonstrates her songwriting talent on "Honky Tonkin' Diva." She chooses material from a variety of songwriters, many out of Nashville, but a real treat is to hear her cover Martha Carson's big standard "Satisfied" to close this project. Martha Lou, of course, was one of country music's early queens and a big draw at state fairs, and on the Renfro Valley Barn Dance and Grand Ole Opry. It nice to see that young folks like Rustie Blue haven't forgotten Carson and her songs. Blue also sings "Smokey Mountain Queen" as an acoustic tribute to another country queen, Dolly Parton. With her exuberance, charisma and energy, it's clear that Rustie's live show would be very entertaining. As she continues to tour around the work, Rustie Blue's legion of fans is burgeoning. Rustie Blue could very well be one of this generation's next queens of country music. (Joe Ross, Roseburg, OR.)
5.0 étoiles sur 5 The best yet from Rustie!! 19 décembre 2004
Par Lloyd D. Morris - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is the third album, released in late 2004, and to put my opinion of it in a nutshell so to speak, I think it's the very best album done so far by this vivacious redhead. What's more, it also marks the first time Rustie has recorded a song she wrote, adding herself to my long list of favorite singer/songwriters! The album opens with the title song she performs as a duet with Grand Ol' Opry star and Country Music legend Whisperin' Bill Anderson. It's an excellent song that does just what a title song should do, it sets the pace for the rest of the songs on the disc. The song was co-written by Bill and Melba Montgomery, and is one of the four songs Bill contributed to the album. Another is the second song, and one of my favorites, a slow ballad type titled "Tomorrow Night" which Bill co-wrote with Deborah Allen, who is an excellent singer/songwriter with many hits to her well deserved credit (remember the great songs "Baby I Lied", "Undeniable", "Rock Me", "Break These Chains", "Cheat The Night"? Don't get me started on Ms. Allen or we'll be here all night!).

The other songs I liked best on this album of Rustie's are the toe tapper "Cloud Of Dust", "The Same Old Who" which just begs you to grab your honey up close and dance around the room, "The Devil May Care" which is a fast paced two stepper with some sassy lyrics, another two Bill Anderson numbers titled "When I Remember You" & "Before I Fall", and a fast moving toe tapper that I think would make a great line dance titled "Oh Baby." Another song that's got line dance written all over it is "Two Left Feet" which is about a fellow who loves to dance but is dangerous to be near when the fever hits. I also liked "Down To The Letter" and "Do Me A Favor", and Rustie's song "Honky Tonkin' Diva." But my own feelings are that the best song of the whole album is a Bobby Adkins song titled "Don't Come Cryin'", which just really rocks!! It also does an very good job of demonstrating that Rustie has great range and she can pack a whole lot of talent into a song. Yeah, this song is worth the purchase price of the whole album folks. Go get one and you'll see what I'm talking about. Great job Rustie! I hope there's a lot more to come!!
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Rustie's not rusty 5 juin 2007
Par Gen X Music Addict - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
"Chip chip" is a good, energetic, high-spirited album. Rustie is a spunky singer. The music overall has a traditional flavor, but still has appeal for those who are not hard-core traditional county fans. With 15 tracks, the album has decent length, the listener's not short-changed. Good effort, Rustie.
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