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This Ole Boy

Craig Morgan

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Backroads romance, heartland scenery, and traditional values abound on Craig Morgan’s This Ole Boy. Such topics are typical country music fare, but Morgan sings with an authenticity few of his peers can match. Here he stays true to form, keeping the lyrics sincere while surrounding himself with a Dixie-fried blend of electric guitars, banjo, and pedal steel. Morgan avoids faux-rebel poses in favor of something more appealing—he remains the country gentlemen even when he’s teasingly sexy (as in “Show Me Your Tattoo” and the title track). He relishes the telling details of small-town life, as in the upbeat twanger “More Trucks Than Cars” and the acoustic-centered “Country Boys Like Me.” “Corn Star”—a tribute to a hot 4H Club queen set to a stomping beat—takes matters to playful extremes. Morgan does well with sultry ballads like “Love Loves a Long Night,” but he seems especially comfortable with odes to old-fashioned family suppers (“The Whole World Needs a Kitchen”) and tales of tragic loss (“I Didn’t Drink”).

Customer Reviews

True to Form

True to form, this album is all Craig. Real, down home country stories with a twang and a heart!

Never let's me down!

Craig Morgan isn't one to disappoint. Definitely worth a buy!

Great

The wait is finally over! All the songs sound good the first time through. It's going to be a classic.

Biography

Born: July 16, 1965 in Kingston Springs, TN

Genre: Country

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Singer/songwriter Craig Morgan was an army brat before he opted for a career in music. Born and raised in Nashville, Morgan was already a country music fan with dreams of playing guitar and making it big. But before his musical dreams could become reality, Morgan spent time serving in the U.S. Army, where he had a very respectable career and achieved high honors during peace and wartime. It was also during this time that Morgan whetted his guitar-playing styles to perform for troops whenever he could....
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