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The Way I Feel

Bill Anderson

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Bill Anderson maintains a set of well-crafted contemporary country tunes on his 2005 Varese release, The Way I Feel. All ten tracks were co-written by Anderson and, like any good country songs, the titles tell the stories: "What Drove Her Away," "That's Just the Way I Feel," "Cold All the Time," "God's Country," and so on. Anderson's tradition of spotlighting his duet partners remains intact with vocalist/fiddler Kenzie Wetz appearing on the weepy "Whiskey Lullaby," while Rustie Blue helps out on the rollicking "Chip Chip" (co-written with Melba Montgomery). Both women periodically opened for Anderson during his live performances during the preceding five years. The Way I Feel may not be the first "Whispering Bill" disc to purchase, but it does justice to Bill Anderson's massive catalog, which has endured for over four decades.

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Bill has done his best cd yet. He's a legend for a reason. Buy this cd

Biography

Born: November 1, 1937 in Columbia, SC

Genre: Country

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

One of the most successful songwriters in country music history, Bill Anderson was also a hugely popular singer in his own right, earning the nickname "Whispering Bill" for his gentle, airy vocal style and occasional spoken narrations. Anderson was born in Columbia, SC, in 1937 and grew up mostly in Atlanta. He studied journalism at the University of Georgia, with an eye toward sports writing, and worked his way through school as a radio DJ, during which time he first tried his hand at songwriting...
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