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The road and the radio

Author: Kenny Chesney
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : BNA Records : Manufactured and distributed in the USA by Sony BMG Music Entertainment, ℗2005.
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : EnglishView all editions and formats
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After the sort of year that Kenny Chesney has experienced--from a whirlwind courtship through a short-lived marriage--a guy needs some time to chill. Thus it's no surprise that The Road and the Radio finds the party-hearty country hunk in an uncommonly introspective mood. The soul-searching title track establishes the album's intimacy and theme of taking stock, sustained through the bittersweet balladry of "Who  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Sound recordings
Country music
Country
Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Kenny Chesney
OCLC Number: 62239441
Notes: Country music.
Compact disc.
Credits: Produced by Buddy Cannon and Kenny Chesney.
Performer(s): Kenny Chesney, vocals ; with accompanying musicians.
Event notes: Recorded at Emerald Entertainment Studios.
Description: 1 audio disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: The road and the radio --
Living in fast forward --
Who you'd be today --
You save me --
Summertime --
In a small town --
Beer in Mexico --
Freedom --
Tequila loves me --
Somebody take me home --
Like me.
Responsibility: Kenny Chesney.

Abstract:

After the sort of year that Kenny Chesney has experienced--from a whirlwind courtship through a short-lived marriage--a guy needs some time to chill. Thus it's no surprise that The Road and the Radio finds the party-hearty country hunk in an uncommonly introspective mood. The soul-searching title track establishes the album's intimacy and theme of taking stock, sustained through the bittersweet balladry of "Who You'd Be Today," "In a Small Town," "Freedom," and "Like Me." Though Chesney only wrote one track here, "Beer in Mexico," he invests the rest with personal conviction. Even the comparatively hard-rocking "Living in Fast Forward" has a reflective twist to it, while the Caribbean lilt of "Tequila Loves Me" has more than a measure of melancholy. Whatever the effects of romantic travails on his personal life, his music has gained some emotional depth. --Don McLeese.

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