Chris Cagle My Life's Been a Country Song
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- Released: February 19, 2008
- Originally Released: 2008
- Label: Capitol
- 1.What Kinda Gone
- 2.No Love Songs
- 3.It's Good to Be Back
- 4.I Don't Wanna Live
- 5.Never Ever Gone
- 6.If It Isn't One Thing
- 7.Keep Me From Loving You
- 8.Little Sundress
- 9.My Heart Move On
- 10.My Life's Been a Country Song
- 11.Change Me
Personnel: B. James Lowry (acoustic guitar); John Carroll , John Carroll, Kenny Greenberg, Troy Lancaster, Tom Bukovac (electric guitar); Mike Johnson (lap steel guitar, pedal steel guitar); Jonathan Yudkin (mandolin, fiddle); Gordon Mote (piano, Hammond b-3 organ); Jimmie Lee Sloas (bass instrument); Greg Morrow (drums, percussion); Eric Darken (percussion); Harry Stinson, Neil Thrasher, Russell Terrell, Perry Coleman (background vocals).
Audio Mixers: Drew Bollman; Greg Droman; Justin Niebank.
Recording information: Arrowhead Studios; Blackbird Studios, Nashville, TN.
Photographers: Russ Harrington; Marina Chavez.
The fourth album by neo-traditionalist country star Chris Cagle dials back on the more rock-oriented influences that permeated 2005's ANYWHERE BUT HERE. Returning to a purer Nashville sound with a hint of old-fashioned outlaw country, Cagle essays half-spoken story songs like "No Love Songs" and heartfelt declarations of devotion like "If It Isn't One Thing" and "Keep Me From Loving You," as well as randier diversions like the wry "Little Sundress." This is a solid mainstream country effort with old-school soul.
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