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It Would Be You (Bonus Track Version)

Gary Allan

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Album Review

Gary Allan's sophomore effort shows considerable growth since the release of his 1996 debut project, Used Heart for Sale, which seemingly filed away Allan's sharp honky tonk edge. This time out, some of the material reflects the soft pop fluff manufactured and sold as country music by Factory Music City, which don't necessarily show Allan in the best light. There are also moments when Allan sounds too much like fellow honky tonker Mark Chesnutt for his own good. Chalk this up to the Nashville production style. Allan's musical vision has always been firmly rooted in the work of George Jones, Buck Owens, Ernest Tubb, and Merle Haggard. These influences are evident in his cover of Conway Twitty's "She Loves Me, She Don't Love You" and the Marty Stuart/Kostas co-write "Don't Leave Her Lonely Too Long." Just as listenable are "I've Got a Quarter in My Pocket," "Red Lips, Blue Eyes, Little White Lies," and the only tune on the project that Allan had a hand in writing, "Baby I Will." Although Allan suffers in the face of the marketing blitz that surrounds his young career, this latter material makes up for it. [The CD was also released with a bonus track.]

Customer Reviews

1998

OK! I am a HUGE fan of Gary Allan (Herzberg) I know all this songs, own all his CD's, and know the lyrics to songs. And this CD came out in 1998!!! Not 2005 or 2008. And everyone of these songs are great so anyone readin' this. Buy this CD!!!

What is up with this 2005 release stating it's 2008

iTunes sent an alert that Gary Allan came out with a new album on June 3,2008 called Would It Be You. That came out in 2005, and someplaces in iTunes say 2005. What's going on with faulty alerts? Gary Allan has not come out with a new album since Living Hard, and there is nothing on his website about anything impending. What's UP?

check track 12

it wasnt avalible till now on itunes, thus they chalk it up as a new release. It is a great song in my opinion at that. It does touch on things wrong in this world.

Biography

Born: December 5, 1967 in La Mirada, CA

Genre: Country

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Gary Allan hit the honky tonk circuit in his native Southern California at the seasoned age of 12. Playing in and out of the smoky, sweaty bars with his dad's band led Allan to follow in his father's footsteps and start his own band. When Allan returned to those same honky tonks with his own combo, the sound was true Bakersfield country: Merle Haggard, Buck Owens, and the rest. Allan spent most of his twenties honing his skills as a new traditionalist country singer; finally, in 1996, he was picked...
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