CD Country [Ronnie McDowell] [CD] [1 disc] (CD 873277),
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Country [Ronnie McDowell] [CD] [1 disc]

  • 1. Gimmie Some More
    2. Amazing Grace (Used to Be Her Favorite Song)
    3. Treat Me Like a Dog
    4. Linda, You're Losing a Good Thing
    5. When a Woman's in Love
    6. Is It Hot in Here?
    7. Excuse Me (I Think I've Got a Heartache)
    8. Just a Little Bit
    9. For All the Wrong Reasons
    10. You Can Park Your Car in My Drive
    11. I'll Still Be Here
    12. True Love Travels on a Gravel Road
    13. Lite Lunch
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): CD 78750

  • Credits
    ProducerRonnie Dean McDowell; Ronnie McDowell
    EngineerMark Capps; Mike Bradley; Chad Hailey

    Personnel: Ronnie McDowell (vocals); Lee Bogan (vocals, guitar); Kevin Woods (acoustic guitar, guitar); Michael Douchette (steel guitar, dobro, harmonica); Rob Hajacos, Renee Treux (violin); Steve Shepherd (keyboards); David Roe Rorick, Eddie Weldon, Harold Bradley (bass); Ronnie Dean McDowell (drums, percussion); Chris Willis, Lee Bogan, Curtis Young (background vocals).
    Recorded at Sound Shop Studios, Nashville, Tennessee.
    Personnel: Ronnie McDowell (vocals); Lee Bogan (vocals, guitar); Ronnie Dean McDowell (vocals, drums, percussion); Curtis Young, Chris Willis (vocals); Kevin Woods (guitar, acoustic guitar); Mike Douchette (steel guitar, dobro, harmonica); Rob Hajacos (violin); Steve Shepherd (keyboards); David Roe (bass guitar).
    Audio Mixer: Kevin Beamish.
    Recording information: Sound Shop Studios, Nashville, TN.
    Singer Ronnie McDowell launched his career with a novelty hit about Elvis' death and has spent much of his career doing King-related things, so it's easy to overlook his fine contributions to country music over the past two decades. This lively new project shows that with the right material he can still be in fine form with the help of his band, the Rhythm Kings. "Gimme Some More" is spirited honky tonk pop fun, while "Amazing Grace" isn't the hymn but a colorful lament for a girl who loved the song. Unlike most popular country singers who rely solely on the material of others, McDowell writes a good half of these songs, including the clever "Treat Me Like a Dog," the poignant "Linda, You're Losing a Good Thing," and the lust-filled punchy rocker "Is It Hot in Here." It's doubtful that this will knock guys from the new generation off the charts, but it's good to see there's still a fire burning in the members of the old guard. ~ Jonathan Widran

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