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Brad Paisley - Wheelhouse

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    Personnel: Brad Paisley (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, banjo, mandolin, programming, background vocals); Gary Hooker (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, 6-string bass); Randle Currie (dobro); Kendall Marcy (banjo, piano, organ, keyboards, percussion......more

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Artist: Paisley, Brad
Description:
Personnel: Brad Paisley (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, banjo, mandolin, programming, background vocals); Gary Hooker (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, 6-string bass); Randle Currie (dobro); Kendall Marcy (banjo, piano, organ, keyboards, percussion, programming, background vocals); Justin Williamson (mandolin, fiddle, viola, cello); Ethel Lunn (piano); Ben Sesar (drums); Kenny Lewis (background vocals). Audio Mixer: Luke Wooten. Recording information: The Wheelhouse. Photographer: Jim Shea. If Brad Paisley signaled a tentative stylistic retreat via the title of 2011's This Is Country Music, the name of its 2013 sequel, Wheelhouse, is a fake-out. By no means is he returning to familiar territory here; he's stepping far outside his "Southern Comfort Zone," as Paisley puts it on the record's first single. There, he admits how he misses his Tennessee home but he's seen the ways he's grown and never would have seen the world without leaving what he already knew, a kind of self-evident truth that passes for a major revelation in the polarized world of 2013, where residents of both red and blue states are very happy within the confines of their county. Paisley has taken it upon himself to narrow the gap between city and country and, in that sense, Wheelhouse in general and "Southern Comfort Zone" in particular are cousins of sorts to his multi-cultural paean "American Saturday Night," only blown up to an international scale. Throughout the album, Paisley finds something to celebrate in every little corner of the world, or at the very least, the countries where his career has taken him. He titles an instrumental in Chinese, he writes a very English character sketch in "Harvey Bodine" (shades of the Kinks, or even Blur's "Ernold Same"), the Mona Lisa moves him to write a love song, and he rhapsodizes about "Karate," which a battered woman uses to exact revenge on her abuser. "Karate" is one of those tricky juggling acts Paisley pulls off with grace; another is "Those ...
See Also:
Who Needs Pictures, Part II, Time Well Wasted
See Influences:
Shenandoah, Clint Black, Ricky Skaggs, T. Texas Tyler, Buck Owens, Asleep at the Wheel, Patsy Montana, Redd Volkaert, Chet Atkins, Bob Wills, Jimmy Bryant, George Strait, Chris Hillman, The Mavericks, Randy Travis (Country), Dwight Yoakam, Vince Gill, John Jorgenson, Merle Haggard
See Contemporaries:
Kenny Chesney, Joe Nichols, John Rich (Big & Rich), Daryle Singletary, Trace Adkins, Rodney Atkins, Andy Griggs, Randy Houser, Kevin Sharp, George Strait, Phil Vassar, Ty Herndon, Keith Urban, Collin Raye, Chris Cagle, Alan Jackson, Rascal Flatts, Pat Green, Eric Church, Sara Evans, Julianne Hough, The Band Perry, Rebecca Lynn Howard, Gary Allan, Travis Tritt, Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Blake Shelton, Carolyn Dawn Johnson
Track Listing:
Disc 1:
  1. 1 Bon Voyage
  2. 2 Southern Comfort Zone
  3. 3 Beat This Summer
  4. 4 Outstanding in Our Field - (featuring Dierks Bentley/Hunter Hayes/Roger Miller)
  5. 5 Pressing on a Bruise - (featuring Mat Kearney)
  6. 6 I Can't Change the World
  7. 7 [Untranslated]
  8. 8 Karate
  9. 9 Death of a Married Man - (featuring Eric Idle)
  10. 10 Harvey Bodine
  11. 11 Tin Can on a String
  12. 12 Death of a Single Man
  13. 13 Mona Lisa, The
  14. 14 Accidental Racist - (featuring LL Cool J)
  15. 15 Runaway Train
  16. 16 Those Crazy Christians
  17. 17 Officially Alive
  18. 18 Yankee Doodle Dixie
  19. 19 Facebook Friends
  20. 20 Get Even
  21. 21 Southern Comfort Zone [Acoustic Version]
Type:
Performer
Genre:
Country
Subgenre:
Contemporary Country
Label:
Arista Nashville Records
Producer:
Brad Paisley
Number of Discs:
1
Format:
Compact Disc
Studio or Live:
Studio
Mono or Stereo:
Stereo
SPARS Coding:
n/a
Runtime:
76 : 39
Guest Artist:
Dierks Bentley; Hunter Hayes; Roger Miller; Mat Kearney; Charlie Daniels; Eric Idle; LL Cool J
Editorial Reviews:
Rolling Stone (p.64) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "He's trying to take country to new places....As always, plenty of tasty guitar." Billboard (p.35) - "[H]e's as clever as ever here, with help from friends like Dierks Bentley, Roger Miller, Hunter Hayes and LL Cool J."
UPC:
887654619624
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