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Album Review

Bo Bice re-rooted himself with 2007’s The Real Thing, returning to the soulful Southern rock that was his stock in trade on American Idol. He pivots from that foundation on 2010’s self-produced 3, keeping his feet planted in belting blues-rock but often leaning toward country, hitting the twang for every one of the ballads — getting his best results on the nicely rolling “Wild Roses” — going so far as hauling out mandolins to drive “Good Hearted Woman.” Bice never has seemed as country as he does here, and it suits him better than the ham-fisted blues-funk he unfortunately accentuates elsewhere, reaching a nadir on the flat-footed “Who Knows What” and “Get on and Ride.” Whenever he attempts to work up a head of steam, Bice stumbles; he’s so relaxed and comfortable in his own skin that he’s best in well-worn surroundings, whether it’s the country ballads or blues workouts that constitute the bulk of 3.

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Decent...

Ok I'll start by saying Im going to review this album in the context of Bice's career to this point. When Real Thing first came out many were saying that Bice had sold out to the pop charts, and since that album mostly explored his upper range, Bo (I think) took it as "get back to your gritty baritone southern style." He then "complied" with See The Light which I hold as one of the best southern rock albums of the last decade. Unfortunately only his hardcore fans truly responded to it (Part of the problem being the 3 yr gap in between albums in which many wrote him off as an Idol flop). Dealt another bad hand when it comes to sales/ air time Bo (I think) began noticing that country was gently usurping and integrating southern rock and so understandably turned towards it. This isnt always a bad thing but I think Bice lost the balance (for lack of a better term) between uptempo honkytonk songs and heartbroken ballads. This country album is heavy on ballads, and a few are very good but there aren't enough good time songs. I generally rate albums on how many songs I download and comparing 3 to See the Light Im slightly letdown... I musta downloaded nearly ever song on See the light, whereas w/ 3 Im getting just tracks 2,3,5,9 & 11. Having said all that, the tracks I just mentioned are worth the five bucks. ... Bo, rock a little more on the next one...

This is a WINNER!

I love Bo’s new album! I’ve being playing it in repeat since yesterday afternoon. What a great combination of different tunes and music genres. Like Bo said they all fit together because they come from the heart of so many talented artists, musicians and technicians. The music is like a fresh breeze of air. They nurture your soul and takes you to places you haven’t beeing in a long time. This one is a WINNER!

Great Traveling Music!!!!

Just roll down the windows and drive and sing along! Life don't get better.

Biography

Born: November 1, 1975 in Huntsville, AL

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Husky-voiced American Idol singing sensation Harold "Bo" Bice hailed from Helena, AL, and brought his Southern sensibility with him to the fourth season of Fox's long-running talent contest. Bice competed weekly against fellow rocker Constantine Maroulis, his long hair, bell bottoms, and drug rug tunics against Maroulis' biker jacket and stockpile of New York City swagger. Eventually Bice won out (to the shock of some Idol fans), and went all the way to the winner's circle where he was AI runner-up...
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