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  • CD (25 octobre 2004)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Sis
  • ASIN : B00068N5IA
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Téléchargement MP3
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Par Un client le 31 octobre 2004
Format: CD
Trent Willmon fait doucement (mais sûrement...) sa place parmi les nouveaux venus de grands talents. Certes, ce premier essai est parfaitement enregistré, un son très Nashvillien, avec : Bryan Sutton aux guitares, Aubrey Haynie au fiddle, Eric Darken aux percussions, et les chœurs d'Alison Krauss. En plus, il a écrit 8 des 11 morceaux. On retrouve aussi l'écriture de Jameson Clark sur la ballade " home sweet holiday inn ". Bref, du honky tonk avec " beer man ", de la country-rock sur " dixie rose... "( le tire à lui seul prendrait toute la chronique !), des ballades sublimes " here ".Voilà donc un très bon premier album. Seul problème, manque un peu de personnalité dans ses compositions, même si sa voix est particulièrement agréable ( pour ceux qui aiment les voix légèrement roque,mais pas trop !)
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HASH(0x9096a114) étoiles sur 5 Ladies and gentlemen: THIS is country music! 12 octobre 2004
Par DanD - Publié sur
Format: CD
With his rugged downhome voice and darned-good songwriting skills, Trent Willmon's debut CD takes country music back to the old days: when a song was poetry, and a singer was an artist.

If you are put off by the novelty-factor in the first two singles ("Beer Man" and "Dixe Rose Deluxe's..."), have no fear: there is enough heart (and heartbreak) on this album to satisfy the stone-cold country music fan within you. The topics of these songs are the very essence of country music: the working man, beer, home, heartbreak, and happiness. Highlights include the flat-out emotional "Home Sweet Holiday Inn," the rockin "She Don't Love Me" (gives Billy Ray Cyrus's version--TIME FLIES--a run for its money), the autobiographical "Medina Daydreaming," the poetic "Here," and...hell, every other song!

With lyrics that are simple yet profound ("I just do it every now and then/To remind myself why i just do it every now and then", "You oughta hear the stories they don't tell/Down at the wishing well"), and a voice that was destined to sing country songs, Trent Willmon is a treat. Hopefully, he'll become a superstar: he'll get the status he deserves, and he won't soon fade out of sight. And yet, Willmon sums himself up in the first song: "Ya'll, I'm just a beer man." And he is: a working man who sings songs for those of us who are ordinary, blue-collar people. A poet for the common man, in other words.

And no, I'm not exaggerating.
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HASH(0x9096a168) étoiles sur 5 Amazing... 12 juin 2005
L'évaluation d'un enfant - Publié sur
Format: CD
I bought this cd for one song only which is usually a risk. I am so glad that I took it. I only wish that Columbia would start doing something good with Trent's career. They (right now) are doing a horrible job and Trent deserves better.

The first two songs (Beer Man and Dixie Rose Deluxe) are fun songs that will make you feel good.

Home Sweet Holiday Inn- (the song I bought the album for)is superb. It is heartbreaking and I can't help but choke up when I listen to it. The song is remarkably well written.

She Don't Love Me- previously recorded by Billy Ray Cyrus on his publically-ignored album "Time Flies" and I can't decide what version I like more. I'm leaning towards Trent.

The Good Life- it's (to me)about apreciating the little things in life that you'd miss a lot of they weren't there. Great song co-written by Bobby Pinson (who has a great new cd out!) and Trent Willmon.

Population 81- a wonderful song that makes you feel the heartache the guy is going through.

Medina Daydreaming- really hard to describe. You'd have to hear it.

The Wishing Well- fun song to sing along to and is pretty true.

All Day Long- another fun song but definitely worth a listen

Every Now and Then- a slow song about drinking to forget things. Emotions will fly while listening to this song.

Here- one of the best songs EVER written. This song made me actually cry and almost no songs can make me do that these days. The guy in the song is talking to his wife. The twist is the guy is dead. It is hard to explain more than that. You'd have to really hear it to get how it works out.

If you are thinking about getting this cd, do it now!! It will be worth the money.
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HASH(0x9096a954) étoiles sur 5 ONE OF THE BEST OF 2004 29 octobre 2004
Par Crabby Apple Mick Lee - Publié sur
Format: CD
One of the many winning aspects of Country music is its many "love letters" to the places where we come from. You don't have to be from Alabama while listening to "My Home's In Alabama" or from Tennessee with "Back Where I Come From" to know what the singer is talking about and understand the feeling. Trent Willmon is from West Texas and brings to the floor all the merits we have come to expect from real Texans. A self-admitted "wannabe cowboy" Willmon sings a dusty baritone in songs who's subjects he knows well. "Love Of Place" is not so much overtly stated as running beneath the surface. This kind of music could have come from nowhere else but Texas.

With Willmon's debut, we are treated in varying degrees of humor, sadness and wistfulness with songs about being a regular guy ("Beer Man"), the glories of the small town country store ("Dixie Rose Deluxe"), the guilt of a "weekend Dad" ("Sweet Home Holiday Inn"), bar life ("Wishing Well"), assorted crap sandwiches of lost love ("She Don't Love Me", "Population 81"), memories of romances long gone ("Medina Daydreaming", "Every Now And Then") and the love of a good woman ("Good Life", "All Day Long", "Here"). All done in a variety of Texas twang, country ballad, and Western Swing.

This is one of the better Country CDs to be released this year-a year of an exceptionally good crop of Country records. Certainly an equal to this year's CDs from Alan Jackson, Gretchen Wilson and John Michael Montgomery-better than those from Lone Star, Tim McGraw, or Rascal Flatts. Somewhere Bob Wills is smiling.

If you don't like Country music, I don't know why you're looking here in the first place. But if you do, you can't go wrong getting this album.

NOTE: What is it with the record companies these days? "Beer Man" hit the airwaves all the way back in June but this album only became available in the last half of October. That's quite a long time, gentlemen. I am still waiting for the Kellie Coffey album and Amy Dalley's album is still unscheduled. Why stir up interest and then leave demand unfilled? You may think its all a part of a smart sales strategy; but I think you're being too clever by half.
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HASH(0x9096a96c) étoiles sur 5 Songs that Tell Stories of Our Lives 2 novembre 2004
Par Timothy Yap - Publié sur
Format: CD
Prime Cuts: Home Sweet Holiday Inn, Medina Daydreaming, Every Now and Then

Country music, unlike other genres, is enamored with songs steeped in the sepia tones of Americana past and also paeans collaged with the kaleidoscopic realities of today's southern life. This debut eponymous effort is a pavilion of narrative tunes that showcases Willmon's competence for crafting songs that limned the listener to his acerbic storylines and relatable characters. Further, helmsman Frank Rogers (whose production credits include recent hit albums by Brad Paisley, Josh Turner and Darryl Worley) certainly has a knack for making these narratives come alive within its honky tonk sonic milieu with lots of solidly country backings--awash with fiddles, steel guitars and all the good rustic stuff.

Possessing a sturdy baritone with a touch of bluesy grit, Willmon calls to mind such contemporaries like Andy Griggs or Darryl Worley. Exercising his vocal muscle to great form, "The Wishing Well" (which is the name of a tavern) tells a tale that exalts the affability of the honky tonk, a place where "everyone knows your name." To show his more domestic side, "The Good Life," finds a satisfied Willmon savoring his small town life together with his better half. The charisma of rural existence again is the theme of the second single "Dixie Rose Deluxe's." This time "Dixie Rose Deluxe's," being a multi-serviced Texan chain store, is the hub of the small town's activities. Though "Dixie Rose Deluxe's" is melodiously genial. it's not mordant enough to be shipped as a single to country radio. And after its arduous struggle at the lower rungs of the Billboard chart proves my point.

The highlights are the ballads: current single "Home Sweet Holiday Inn," is a top drawer weeper about a divorced dad wrestling with the guilt of spending a curtailed amount of time with his daughter. Alison Krauss' plaintive harmony vocals add a further haunting quality to the song's inherent pain. Backed by some delightful fiddling, "Medina Daydreaming" is the reflection of a homesick Willmon thinking back about his past and his hometown. Regrets and heartbreak don't sound more alluring than on the insightful "Every Now and Now," a track that breaks all the clichés of drinking and getting drunk.

Speaking of clichés, lead single "Beer Man" is full of them: "Spent the night with Jim Bean and Johnny Walker Red/Woke up with a freight train running through my head." "Beer Man," in my opinion, is nothing more than a platform for Willmon to make his machismo confession for the nip. While Chris Stapleton/Liz Hengber's "Population 81," one of the three tracks not written by Willmon, is amiable. But it bears a striking resemblance to Kevin Sharp's "Population Minus One."

With many of the songs bearing a 2001 copyright, Willmon must have had these set of songs coming for some time, and I am glad they finally see the light of day. While most new country acts are indulging in mawkish pop ventures, it's refreshing to hear Willmon holding on to the traditional country torch. This West Texan's debut effort is a delightful reminder of why country music has been so appealing-it's about songs that tell the stories of our lives.
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HASH(0x9096aabc) étoiles sur 5 Trent Willmon is all that most modern country fails to be. 17 août 2005
Par GMManiac - Publié sur
Format: CD
This isn't your typical modern country music, boys and girls. Trent Willmon is as American as apple pie, Chevy pickups and Chris Craft. Willmon combines traditional, yet catchy tunes and classic country topics to create an album, that, for some reason, is unknown to most of the so-called country music listeners out there, yet one of the best releases in years. Whoever his manager is needs to be fired, because this fellow is getting far less attention than he deserves. If you want classic country sound with a few contemporary twists, Trent Willmon, along with fellow newcomers Josh Turner and Bobby Pinson, is not to be missed.
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