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1. Lost in the Shuffle
2. Love's Great
3. When the Bartender Cries
4. Drink, Swear, Steal & Lie
5. I Finally Passed the Bar
6. From Here to Eternity
7. That's What They Said About the Buffalo
8. Too Good to Be True
9. Since I Thought I Knew It All
10. By the Book
11. For a Song
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 46618
Josh Leo; Robert Ellis Orrall
Personnel: Michael Peterson (vocals, acoustic guitar); Travis Tritt (vocals); Biff Watson (acoustic guitar); Darrell Scott (acoustic guitar, mandolin); Brent Mason, Josh Leo, Dann Huff (electric guitar); Dan Dugmore, Scott Sanders, Paul Franklin (steel guitar); Larry Franklin, Rob Hajacos (fiddle); John Hobbs (keyboards); Mike Brignardello, Craig Nelson (bass); Greg Morrow (drums); Tom Roady (percussion); Max Carl, Thom Flora, Harry Stinson, Robert Ellis Orrall, Michael Black (background vocals); The Nashville String Machine.
All tracks have been digitally mastered using HDCD technology.
Personnel: Michael Peterson (acoustic guitar); Darrell Scott (acoustic guitar, mandolin); Biff Watson (acoustic guitar); Dann Huff, Josh Leo, Brent Mason (electric guitar); Dan Dugmore, Paul Franklin , Scott Sanders (steel guitar); Dave Agnell, Lee Harrison, Mary K. Vasondale, Pamela Sixfin, David Davidson , Alan Umstead, Catherine Umstead (violin); Larry Franklin, Rob Hajacos (fiddle); Kristin Wilkinson, Jim Grosjean (viola); Anthony LaMarchina, Bob Mason (cello); The Nashville String Machine (strings); John Hobbs (keyboards); Greg Morrow (drums); Tom Roady (percussion); Thomas Flora, Michael Black, Harry Stinson, Max Carl, Robert Ellis Orrall (background vocals).
Audio Mixer: Ben Fowler.
Recording information: Emerald Sound Studios, Nashville, TN; Sound Emporium, Nashville, TN; Sound Stage Studio, Nashville, TN; Woodland Sound Studio.
Photographer: Mark Tucker .
Arranger: Connie Ellisor.
Michael Peterson plays roadhouse country music, the kind of kick-up-your-heels, Friday night stuff that keeps a large segment of Middle America from going out of their collective minds. The themes are basic enough: in "Love's Great," it's "let's take a chance at romance while we've got one." "Drink Swear Steal and Lie" has the singer weighing his father's advice about walking the straight and narrow in love and life against his desire for a dangerously tempting honky tonk angel. Peterson has a good range and a fine, full-throated country holler of a voice. He also has the good sense to surround himself with some fine musicians. This disc has some sparkling slide guitar work, and all the tunes are tight, smartly-arranged examples of good ol' rockin' country. An enjoyable effort all around.
Entertainment Weekly (7/25/97, p.73) - "Newcomer Peterson survives some lightweight production to craft a feel-good dance album that's skillfully embraces Nashville's new anti-drinking code..." - Rating: B
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