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Thank God for Believers

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Thank God for Believers continues Mark Chesnutt's streak of winning albums, confirming his status as one of the finest neo-honky tonkers of '90s contemporary country. What sets Chesnutt apart is his passion — he genuinely believes in this music, and he delivers it with conviction. That passion makes the occasional weak song forgivable, but fortunately, there aren't many weak moments on Thank God for Believers — it's just strong, thoroughly enjoyable modern country.

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good, not classic, album

Mark Chesnutt is a great country singer. In fact he has one of the best voices of all male country singers who had success at radio during the 1990s On this album, he puts that voice to good use on the great title track, a song about an alcoholic and his wife, who has faith that he will overcome his addiction. Either this is a wonderful tribute to the healing powers of love or an anthem for dysfunctional co-dependents. Im not sure which, but it is one of Mark's all time most intriguing songs. Also good are two songs that were surely too country for country radio, "Numbers on the Jukebox" and "That Side of You." These are well written, songs, and one can easily imagine George Jones recoding these 20 years ago. That Side of You manages to be both sad and funny at the same time, a rare combination. "Its Not Over" is another highlight, with Vince Gill and Allison Krauss singing in the background. There are only two weak songs; "Useless" is a minldess dance number, and "Hello Honky Tonk" is a humerous novelty song that wears thin after a few listens. It certainly is not as funny nor does it have as much staying power as "Bubba Shot the Juke Box." This is good stuff; its by no means a classic or a must have album, but if you have some Chesnutt CDs and want more, this is a good bet. Its not quite as good as Marks best CDs but its pretty close, and it is a worthwhile purchase for Chesnutt fans or for fans of mid 1990s country music who prefer a bit more country and a bit less pop in their music than they could get with a record by most of Mark's peers. It rates somewhere between three and four stars. I gave it four, but it is a weak four star cd.

This is classic country. ...

Mark really puts a lot old time classic country songs on this album. It is as good today as when it was first released in 1997. As the saying goes, they don't make them like him anymore......


Nacido/a: Beaumont, TX, 06 de septiembre de 1963

Género: Country

Años de actividad: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Mark Chesnutt, cultor del neo-honky tonk, sacó ventaja de su sólida formación en el country clásico para llegar al estrellato y al tope de las listas durante los 90. El tema que dio el título a su álbum debut, Too Cold at Home, se convirtió en su primer éxito, que ascendió al Top Five de country. Con un estilo que combina a George Jones, Merle Haggard y Bob Wills, Chesnutt avanzó y logró otros cuatro éxitos en el Top Ten por ese álbum. El siguiente, Longnecks & Short Stories, de 1992, le proporcionó...
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