Ronnie Dunn - Ronnie Dunn

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Personnel: Lou Tommey (acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Bryan Sutton (acoustic guitar, mandolin); John Willis, Tony King, Patrick McGrath (acoustic guitar); Michael Payne, Jerry McPherson, Michael M. Durham, Kenny Greenberg, Troy Lancaster, J.T. Corenflos (electric guitar); Gary Morse, Paul Franklin (steel guitar); Dave Angell, Conni Ellisor, Mary K. Vanodsale, Carl Gorodetzky, Pamela Sixfin, David Davidson , Alan Umstead (violin); Betsy Lamb, Kristin Wilkinson, Jim Grosjean, Monisa Angell (viola); Carole Rabinowitz, Anthony LaMarchina (cello); Mike Haynes , Steve Patrick (trumpet); Reese Wynans (piano, organ, Hammond b-3 organ); Charles Judge (piano, keyboards, synthesizer); Joe Hardy, Jim "Moose" Brown (piano); Dwaine Rowe (organ, keyboards); Shannon Forrest (drums, percussion); Trey Gray, Shawn Fichter, Brian Pruitt, Chad Cromwell (drums); Eric Darken (percussion); Judson Spence, Ashley Greenberg, Kim Parent, Melodie Crittenden, Wes Hightower, Perry Coleman, Kim Keyes (background vocals). Audio Mixers: Chuck Ainlay; Jeff Balding; Joe Hardy. Liner Note Author: Judy Forde-Blair. Recording information: Dark Horse Studio; Oceanway Nashville; SOny Tree Studios; Sound Emporium; Sound Kitchen; The Cyber Ranch. Photographers: Tammie Harris Cleek; Danny Clinch. Some four years after Brooks & Dunn called it quits with 2007's Cowboy Town, Ronnie Dunn headed out on his own with an eponymous solo album. Dunn's split with Brooks contained very little bad blood, so perhaps it's not surprising that Ronnie Dunn sounds quite a bit like latter-day Brooks & Dunn; the only missing thing is the cowboy swagger, which is swapped out for a predilection for pop. This fondness for the sweet stuff is somewhat camouflaged by a production that has a pretense of grit but is not adverse to running Ronnie through Auto-Tune just so everything stays nice and smooth. Everything is about equilibrium: the rockers never get too rowdy, the ballads are never too sappy, the mariachi horns on "How Far to Waco" manage not to overwhelm the twang of the Telecasters. This cool assurance illustrates just how much of an old pro Dunn is: he never betrays his signatures, he switches things up enough to stay modern, and he offers enough different sounds to appeal to any audience at any time of day. What he doesn't really have is a strong hook to pull listeners into the album; there's nothing surprising or unexpected or exceptionally hooky, just 12 polished slices of contemporary country that will surely please longtime Brooks & Dunn fans largely because it doesn't feel all that different than the duo. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine


UPC 886978576224
Runtime 43 min.
Type Performer
Genre Country
Sub Genre Contemporary Country
Label Arista Records
Producer Ronnie Dunn
Number of Discs 1
Track Listing Disc 1
  • 1. Singer in a Cowboy Band
  • 2. I Don't Dance
  • 3. Your Kind of Love
  • 4. How Far to Waco
  • 5. Once
  • 6. Cost of Livin'
  • 7. Bleed Red
  • 8. Last Love I'm Tryin'
  • 9. Let the Cowboy Rock
  • 10. I Can't Help Myself
  • 11. I Just Get Lonely
  • 12. Love Owes Me One
Format Compact Disc
Spars Coding n/a
Artists Dunn, Ronnie

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    I like anything that Ronnie Dunn does. This album was fantastic!! I have seen the videos that he has done from some of the songs on this albumn and it is nice to now have the music to hear anytime that I want.

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