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Cowboy's Back In Town (Deluxe Edition)

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Reseña de álbum

Trace Adkins' Cowboy's Back in Town is his debut on Toby Keith's Show Dog imprint. It features 11 cuts, most of them underscoring the rowdy barroom cowboy image that the artist has quite literally lived up to. The set was preceded by two singles, "Ala-Freakin-Bama," which scraped its way inside the Top 50 on Billboard's country chart, and more recently, the rock ballad "This Ain't No Love Song," that climbed into the Top 30. These may not seem like impressive numbers, but given the sheer volume of recordings coming out of Nashville every week, it's nothing to sneeze at. Michael Knox is credited as producer, though Kenny Beard produced both singles and three other cuts of the 11 featured here. The set kicks off with a hard, funky banjo on "Brown Chicken Brown Cow" before it's joined by a pair of metallic guitars riffing, explosive drums, a clavinet (adding to the funk effect), a B-3, and a lap steel. We've heard hard rockers from Adkins before, but this one feels more like the Red Hot Chili Peppers in Nashville. "Hold My Beer" is more in the contemporary country mold, being equal parts John Mellencamp and .38 Special. The title track might have been a perfect advance radio single, and is certainly no less so than the two aforementioned ones. In it, Adkins' rich baritone is accompanied by mandolins, acoustic and electric guitars, a B-3, and an anthemic chorus. "Hell I Can Do That" is pure irony in the classic country tradition. It's a song about losing big, performed as a midtempo party rocker — complete with a Rolling Stones-style cowbell à la "Honky Tonk Women." "Ala-Freakin-Bama" sounds exactly like its title: it's pure, redneck, hard rock with a prominent banjo for country cred. The only true tear jerker here, "Still Love You" with its synth strings, doesn't work, plain and simple. It's added for balance on an otherwise solid outing from Adkins. Cowboy's Back in Town reveals that this singer can do one thing well; but he does it really well — and that's to offer tough, utterly masculine, contemporary country-rock — check the closer, "Whoop a Man's Ass" — convincingly. [A deluxe edition was released in 2010 with four bonus tracks.]

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this is country music

I hate how people think all music has to be the same. GrayBGirl500 needs to learn that this is country music and you can't compare it to rap, rock, R&B or any other kind of music and just because we are from the south it doesnt mean we are stupid so I would look up to a country singer who sings about lfe instead of a dumb rap singer who only raps about drugs sex and violence

"The Cowboy IS BACK in Town" Trace at his Best!

What a terrific offering, by an outstanding performer. Trace has been one of my favorites since his first CD,{Dreaming Out Loud} with such great songs as "There's a Girl in Texas" and "Every Light in the House". He always manages to come up with really great songs for the albums, so that any one of them could be released as a single and do well. This Particular CD has got to be his best so far. It shows off that great Baritone and the terrific range he has, when he frequently drops down into the bass register! Also, those occasional songs he turns the other way and amazes us with his ability to belt out a perfect falsetto break. This album has the perfect blend of serious love or lost love songs and fun kickin' up your heels songs. Every song on this album/CD is a keeper and would make a great single. I would hate to be the one choosing the singles, because in my opinion they all should all be released as singles. I have purchased very few CD'S that I can honestly say that about. This, however is one of them.{And the answer is NO, for those of you out there who were wondering if I am the president of his fan club or a groupie or something}I have never even been to one of his concerts,
I would however, love to see him in concert. Actually, the performance and song that converted me into such a devoted Trace Adkins fan
was "Til The Last Shot's Fired" as he performed it live on stage at the ACM Awards with the choir from West Point. I know that song was done to raise money for the Wounded Warrior Project, for our Soldiers and their families. So, I was extremely disappointed when that song didn't receive any radio air-time or any other type of recognition beyond the standing ovation he received when he performed it. It was an amazing soldier's testament to the fatality and futility of war and with the Marine in the wheelchair to his right who no longer had any legs and with the West Point Choir backing him up, it reached in and grabbed you by the heart and soul, and made you bleed a little for each one of our boys and men struck down to keep our country or someone elses free, and made you pray twice as hard for peace! Anyway, sorry about the little side trip, back to the current CD, Certainly one of his best, if not the best, it has something for almost everyone. The only thing it's missing is the gospel song, like Muddy Water Or Wayfaring Stranger. Okay, So it isn't perfect, but darn near! and there is a preacher in "Hold My Beer" So if you want a great Trace Adkins CD that showcases his voice really well you can't go wrong with this CD. Trace has such a great voice with a great range. This CD is a Must Buy, if you are a Trace Adkins fan at all. It is Terrific!!!!;-)

Generic, and Unoriginal

Imagine the intellect it must take to enjoy this CD. The lyrics are painfully predictable, with the expected references to a*s kicking, and drinking beer, and loving America. No new ground is broken. Musically, it's a hodge-podge of country hooks, that all run together and could have been looped together easily from any number of other forgettable tracks. You'll want to stay away from this Cowboy. You've met him thousands of times already.


Nacido/a: Sarepta, LA, 13 de enero de 1962

Género: Country

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s, '10s

Trace Adkins helped keep country's traditionalist flame burning during the crossover-happy late '90s, mixing classic honky tonk with elements of gospel, blues, and rock & roll. Adkins was born in the small Louisiana town of Sarepta in 1962 and took up the guitar at an early age; he went on to study music at Louisiana Tech, where he also played football and worked on an offshore oil rig after graduating. His finger was severed in an accident while on the job, and once several years had passed,...
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