13 Songs, 50 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Part II established Brad Paisley as a new kind of neo-traditionalist, one part Randy Travis, one part Monty Python. "I'm Gonna Miss Her" exemplifies not just his twangy, ambling sound, but his good-natured sense of humour: Given the choice between his girlfriend and his tackle box, Paisley bids her adieu and hits the lake. On "Too Country," he defends his commitment to the genre's roots by recruiting three legends—Buck Owens, Bill Anderson, and George Jones—to softly sing its praises.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Part II established Brad Paisley as a new kind of neo-traditionalist, one part Randy Travis, one part Monty Python. "I'm Gonna Miss Her" exemplifies not just his twangy, ambling sound, but his good-natured sense of humour: Given the choice between his girlfriend and his tackle box, Paisley bids her adieu and hits the lake. On "Too Country," he defends his commitment to the genre's roots by recruiting three legends—Buck Owens, Bill Anderson, and George Jones—to softly sing its praises.

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