CD Chrome [Trace Adkins] (CD 923749),
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Chrome [Trace Adkins]
2. Help Me Understand
3. Once Upon a Fool Ago
4. I'm Tryin'
5. Thankful Man
6. I'm Payin' for It Now
7. And There Was You
8. Come Home
10. I'm Goin' Back
11. Give Me You
12. Love Me Like There's No Tomorrow
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 30618
Trey Bruce; Dann Huff
David Buchanan; Jason Garner; Jeff Balding; John Kunz; Luke Wooten; Mark Hagen
Personnel includes: Trace Adkins (vocals, guitar); Biff Watson, Michael Spriggs (acoustic guitar); Dan Huff, Brent Mason, Pat Buchanan (electric guitar); Paul Franklin (steel guitar); Jonathan Yudkin (violin, cello, mandocello); Larry Franklin, Aubrey Haynie (fiddle); Tony Harrell (piano); John Hobbs (keyboards); Mike Brignardello (bass); Chris McHugh, Greg Morrow (drums); Eric Darken (percussion); Russell Terrell, Wes Hightower, Curtis Wright (background vocals).
Recorded at Emerald Entertainment, The Tracking Room, and Sound Shop Studios, Nashville, Tennessee; The Sound Kitchen, Franklin, Tennessee.
Personnel: Michael Spriggs, B. James Lowry, Biff Watson (acoustic guitar); Dann Huff, Jerry MacPherson, Pat Buchanan, J.T. Corenflos, Brent Mason (electric guitar); Paul Franklin , Steve Hinson (steel guitar); Jonathan Yudkin (mandolin, violin, cello); Aubry Hayne, Larry Franklin (fiddle); Tony Harrell (piano); John Hobbs, Matt Rollings, Tim Akers, Steve Nathan (keyboards); Brian D. Siewert (synthesizer); Chris McHugh, Greg Morrow, Lonnie Wilson, Mike Brignardello (drums); Tim Coats (Jew's harp); Eric Darken, Trey Bruce (percussion); Terrance Bruce (programming); Thomas Flora, Curtis Wright, Wes Hightower, Russell Terrell (background vocals).
Audio Mixers: Greg Droman; Jeff Balding; Mike Shipley.
Recording information: Emerald Entertainment; SOund Kitchen, Franklin, TN; SoundShop Studios; Tracking Room, Nashville, TN.
He may sport a cowboy hat and operate out of Nashville, but the brand of country Trace Adkins plays owes little to tradition. Bolstered by a semi-hip-hop beat, the title tune "Chrome" is about as close as one might comfortably like to get to country rap. The wrecked-romance ballad "Help Me Understand" owes more to the radio-friendly ballads of the Eagles than to any cowpoke lament of old. "Thankful Man," despite its blue-collar lyric about honest workin' folks, is shot through with driving rock guitar and accentuated by staccato bursts of synthesizer. The bluesy-guitar-and-drum-loops combo that opens up "Scream" could have come straight off a Beck album. Despite all this modernity, Adkins's deep voice is full of down-home twang and there's plenty of steel guitar and fiddle framing his heartland vocals. Accordingly, CHROME strikes a hitbound balance between yesterday and today.
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