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Four the Record

Miranda Lambert

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In another era, Miranda Lambert would be one tough rocker. The Nashville Star finalist continues to score country music that isn’t afraid to growl, grind, and pound with classic-rock ferocity. Country instrumentation highlights tunes such as “All Kinds of Kinds”, “Mama’s Broken Heart”, and “Dear Diamond”, but much of Lambert’s approach straddles the line between country and rock. “Fine Tune” pushes pure aggression with its distorted guitars and vocals, while “Fastest Girl in Town” uses its speed to throw a cathartic guitar solo into the mix. “Safe” mixes country, pop, and adult contemporary, where the voice makes all the difference. Esteemed outside writers give Lambert an edge. Gillian Welch and David Rawlings contribute the touching “Look at Miss Ohio”, while Allison Moorer writes the end-of-the-world ballad “Oklahoma Sky”. Brandi Carlile’s “Same Old You” could be a classic '50s country number. Lambert’s husband, Blake Shelton, duets for a perfectly locked-in performance on “Better in the Long Run”. She may not be seeking as much revenge these days, but she’s still bringing plenty of passion to everything she sings.

Customer Reviews

New Vibe, New Miranda

This album is quite different in terms of Miranda Lambert's previous work, It's more for those who like the music of Carrie Underwood and Lady Antebellum. It's very radio friendly. 'Dear Diamond', Nobody's Fool' and 'Same Old You' hit the right country sounds whilst 'Baggage Claim', 'Safe' and 'Fine Tune' are more inclined for the pop market. 'Fastest Girl In Town' is a lively southern rock song penned with fellow 'Pistol Annies' member Angaleena Presley. 'Mama's Broken Heart' not entirely a country sounding song either but a funky one which highlights the great team work with Miranda & fellow songstress Kacey Musgraves. 'Easy Living' also has a funky swagger.
'Over You' shows off Miranda Lambert's writting skills. 'Oklahoma Sky' revisits Miranda Lambert's softer side as does 'Look at Miss Ohio'.
Her duet with Husband Blake Shelton is one of the highlights on the album, destined to be a hit with fans of both artist's music.
Now married, Miranda's 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend' days are over, however a more humourous side shines through on this album and she yet again proves that she is a unique artist, sampling many genres of music on one album conveying she's 'All Kinds Of Kinds'.

Brilliant!

After her past 3 albums and the shaky first single I was a bit worried that Miranda may have ran out of steam but my fears were misplaced. An outstanding album start to finish my personal highlight is 'Over You' a song co-written with her husband, Blake Shelton, about the death of his brother, truly amazing story telling.
After this album Lambert has cemented herself as one of the legends of country music, constantly pushing the boundaries and evolving yet staying true to herself and her music. I look forward to watching her grow and evolve even further in the future.

A new sound but I love it

As the other reviewer said this album will appeal to Carrie Underwood and Lady A fans but if you think Miranda is selling out youre wrong. I admit my review of baggage claim was fairly critical and Im still not a huge fan of that song (it good) but a little too pop for my tastes. This album is like a combination of all of her others with a little more pop and rock influences. All Kinds of Kind is like the White Liar of this album its acoustic and mid tempo but very easy to listen to. Fine tune is a wondeful change in direction Miranda has an awesome effect over her voice giving a rocky almost bluesy edge to it. Fastest Girl in town is typical Miranda fast rocky abnd very fun. Safe is again similar to Dead Flowers from Revolution its slow but builds to a great climax. Mamas broken heart is another cool uptempo song. Dear Diamond sung brilliantly with a great twist in the lyrics. Same Old you is modern country with a genious old timey traditional side similar to Loretta Lynn. As I said Baggage Claim is catchy but feels a little out of place I dont really know why. Easy Living is a lovely laid back song and another traditional tune. Over You is a song written by Blake Shelton its a slower very sad song with great lyrics. I expected Look at miss Ohio to be simialr to Californa Girls by gretchen Wilson (is that her last name?) but its a brillaint slow song with fab vocals. Better in the long run is good if not a little sappy (blake's vocals add to it though). Nobody's fool is a great up tempo song similar to the slower songs on Crazy Ex Girlfriend. Finally Oklahoma sky is a lovely slow song showing Miranda's softer side. If you loved her last albums get this one too you wont be dissapointed. However I still prefer Revolution and I always will in my opinion that was the country album of the decade this album is the country album of the year. Its got a more pop laid back feel that will appeal to many people. Get all of her album (there are 4) Miranda Lambert is genius nuff' said.

Biography

Born: 10 November 1983 in Lindale, TX

Genre: Country

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Before becoming one of country music's most popular females, songwriter Miranda Lambert grew up in Lindale, Texas, a small town 80 miles east of Dallas. The daughter of a country guitarist (Rick Lambert) and a detective agency owner, she was raised in a house dedicated to country music. Lambert began entering country talent contests when she was 16, including an appearance with the Johnny High Country Music Review in Arlington, Texas. She learned to play guitar and began writing her own songs while...
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