CD Hillbilly Deluxe [Brooks & Dunn] [828766994629] (CD 1070772),
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Hillbilly Deluxe [Brooks & Dunn] [828766994629]

  • 1. Play Something Country
    2. She's About as Lonely as I'm Going to Let Her Get
    3. My Heart's Not a Hotel
    4. Whiskey Do My Talkin'
    5. Hillbilly Deluxe
    6. One More Roll of the Dice
    7. Just Another Neon Night
    8. Believe
    9. Building Bridges
    10. Her West Was Wilder
    11. I May Never Get Over You
    12. She Likes to Get Out of Town
    13. Again
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 69946

  • Credits
    ProducerRonnie Dunn; Kix Brooks; Mark Wright; Tom Shapiro; Tony Brown; Bob DiPiero; Ronnie Dunn; Kix Brooks; Mark Wright; Tom Shapiro; Tony Brown
    EngineerJason Gantt; Jeff Kersey; A.J. Derrick; Steve Marcantonio; Chip Matthews

    Brooks & Dunn: Kix Brooks, Ronnie Dunn (vocals).
    Personnel: Vince Gill, Sheryl Crow (vocals); J.T. Corenflos (acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Dan Dugmore (acoustic guitar, steel guitar); Bryan Sutton (acoustic guitar, banjo, mandolin); Terry McBride (acoustic guitar, background vocals); Tom Bukovac, Larry Beaird, Bob DiPiero (acoustic guitar); Kenny Greenberg (electric guitar, National guitar); David Grissom, Troy Lancaster, Brent Mason (electric guitar); Russ Pahl, Scotty Sanders (steel guitar); Larry Franklin, Stuart Duncan (mandolin); Hank Singer (fiddle); Kix Brooks (harmonica, background vocals); Harvey Thompson (tenor saxophone); Jim Horn (baritone saxophone); Steven Herrman (trumpet); Charles Rose (trombone); Reese Wynans, Tony Harrell (piano, keyboards); John Hobbs, Bill Payne (piano); Greg Morrow (drums, percussion); Scott Williamson, Shannon Forrest (drums); Eric Darken (percussion); Chip Davis, John Wesley Ryles, Kim Parent, Lisa Cochran, Ronnie Dunn, Wes Hightower, Perry Coleman, Kim Keyes (background vocals).
    Additional personnel: Glenn Worf, Michael Rhodes (bass guitar); Eddie Bayers (drums); Dan Dugmore, Eric Darken, Kenny Greenberg, Stuart Duncan, J.T. Corenflos, Hank Singer, Bryan Sutton.
    Audio Mixers: Ronnie Dunn; Jason Gantt; Jeff Kersey; Steve Marcantonio.
    Recording information: Cyber Ranch; Emerald Entertainment's Tracking Room; Lobstar Studio; Ocean Way Nashville Recording Studios; Sound Emporium, Nashville, TN; Starstruck Studios; Talent Shop Studios; The Rukkus Room; The Sound Kitchen, Nashville, TN; Tin Ear.
    Photographer: Chapman Baehler.
    Thanks to the newfound success of "real" country singers like Gretchen Wilson and Toby Keith, not to mention the neo-outlaw duo Big & Rich, Brooks & Dunn return to their Nashville roots on HILLBILLY DELUXE. After a string of increasingly pop-oriented albums, the change does them good. The first single, "Play Something Country," could be the best jukebox song since Alan Jackson's early-1990s hit "Don't Rock the Jukebox." From that opening track onwards, Ronnie Dunn and Kix Brooks stick to the basics: broken hearts ("Her West Was Wilder" and "I May Never Get Over You") and broken bottles (on the tough-guy "Whiskey Do My Talkin'" and the celebratory "Just Another Neon Night"). They don't abandon their rock flirtations entirely--Sheryl Crow drops by on "Building Bridges," and the stomping title track edges towards Big & Rich territory --but HILLBILLY DELUXE is the most purely country album Brooks & Dunn have released since 1993's HARD WORKIN' MAN, and it's one of their most entertaining ever.

  • Critic Reviews
    Entertainment Weekly (No. 837, p.81) - "...{P]erfectly-drawn vignettes of Saturday-night sin and swagger....[Reinforces Brooks & Dunn's position as the premier practitioners of the sawdust serenade." - Grade: A-
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