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I Love It

  • 1. I Love It
    2. Almost Home
    3. Look at Us
    4. In the Dream
    5. You Never Know
    6. What You Do to Me
    7. Every Friday Afternoon
    8. Where Has My Hometown Gone
    9. Always Be Mine
    10. Money
    11. God, Family and Country
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 7567

  • Credits
    EngineerDan Friszell

    Personnel: Craig Morgan (vocals); Larry Beard (acoustic guitar, banjo, mandolin); Phil O'Donnell (acoustic guitar, harmonica); Jeff King (electric guitar); Mike Johnson (steel guitar, dobro); Glen Duncan, Rob Hajacous (fiddle); Jonathan Yudkin (strings); Jimmy Nichols (piano, Hammond B-3 organ, keyboards); Craig Morris (piano); Mike Brignardello, Larry Paxton (bass); Chris McHugh, Randy Hardison, Paul Leim (drums).
    Producers: Craig Morgan, Phil O'Donnell, D. Scott Miller.
    Recorded at Legends Studios, Nashville, Tennessee.
    Personnel: Larry Beard (acoustic guitar, banjo, mandolin); Jeff King (electric guitar); Glen Duncan (fiddle); Craig Morris, Lee Hilliard (strings); Jimmy Nichols (piano, keyboards); Jonathan Yudkin (piano); Chris McHugh, Larry Paxton, Paul Leim (drums).
    Recording information: Legends Studio, Nashville, TN.
    Photographer: David Haskell.
    Unknown Contributor Role: Randy Hardison.
    Possessed of a smooth and powerful "new traditionalist" singing style that often recalls the much-revered pipes of George Strait and Randy Travis, Craig Morgan delivers an album full of good-natured homespun country seemingly in stark opposition to his former career as an elite U.S. Army commando and paratrooper. Amid gently sawing fiddles and strumming acoustic guitars, the vocalist straightforwardly professes his love for his old hometown, traditional values, and the girl next door. Morgan, who wrote or co-wrote six of the 11 songs, has an eye for plainspoken but vivid detail, which often gives the album the feel of a Garrison Keillor or Tom T. Hall-style travelogue. On the more serious-themed songs, the singer is equally at home with his subject, projecting a confidence and natural warmth usually only found in much more experienced artists.

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