sábado, 11 de septiembre de 2010

Randy Rogers Band - Burning The Day - 2010



Randy Rogers Band - Burning The Day - 2010


ARTiST: Randy Rogers Band
ALBUM: Burning The Day
BiTRATE: 192kbps avg
QUALiTY: EAC Secure Mode / LAME 3.97 Final / -V2 vbr-new / 44.100Khz
LABEL: MCA Nashville
GENRE: Rock
SiZE: 58.22 megs
PLAYTiME: 0h 39min 50sec total
RiP DATE: 2010-09-09
STORE DATE: 2010-08-24

Track List:

01. Interstate 4:42
02. Damn The Rain 3:02
03. Too Late For Goodbye 3:40
04. Missing You Is More Than I Can 3:53
Do
05. Holding On To Letting Go 3:29
06. Just Dont Tell Me The Truth 2:56
07. Ive Been Looking For You So 4:12
Long
08. Steal You Away 3:50
09. Starting Over For The Last Time 4:12
10. I Met Lonely Tonight 2:52
11. Last Last Chance 3:02

Release Notes:

On Burning the Day, their third major-label release, Randy Rogers Band continues
to show confidence in their musicianship with this nice slice of Texas country.
The five-piece band regularly performs more than 200 shows a year, and that
serves them well on an album that usually centers on the open road and the often
painful reasons why people explore it.

With Paul Worley as producer, Burning the Day has the sonic edge of the Lone
Star State while offering enough mainstream sheen to agree with a larger
audience. That style suits Randy Rogers weathered vocals just fine. He wrote or
co-wrote eight of the eleven tracks, including the Dean Dillon co-write Just
Dont Tell Me the Truth, a despondent ballad of a man whos desperate for one
last stand with a fickle lover. We both know that Im your fool, he growls,
Give me somethin I can buy into. When he sings the punchy I Met Lonely
Tonight, its clear that hes reeling from the after effects of that affair.
Its chorus is bright and shiny; the conflict involved is anything but.

To rid himself of those demons, he takes to the highway on slow-boiling songs
like Interstate and Damn the Rain. And on the most traditional cut, Missing
You Is More Than I Can Do, the urgent sound of Brady Blacks fiddle highlights
the tension in Rogers delivery. While much of the album explores the interior
life of a vagabond soul whos rarely satisfied, current radio single Too Late
for Goodbye turns the tables. In his gruff, near-unforgiving voice, Rogers
drives the final nail into a love thats died: Must be strange to hear my voice
saying dont come back this time. It sounds like hes just as surprised.



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