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All Music Guide - Erik Hage
Contemporary country singer Charlie Major had a string of number one records in his native Canada during the '90s. Then with a U.S. deal and an eye toward breaking into Nashville, Major released 444. Nevertheless, despite a strong batch of performances and guest appearances by folks like Joy Lynn White and Cowboy Junkie Margo Timmins, Major presents a conundrum for Music City. His tunes have a lot of polish, but not that extra bump of pomp and saccharine needed to succeed in mainstream country. Conversely, he's not quite "alternative" or "insurgent" enough to find any elbow room in the No Depression camp as Patty Loveless, a one-time hit machine, and Kelly Willis, a would-be ...
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All Music Guide - Erik Hage
Contemporary country singer Charlie Major had a string of number one records in his native Canada during the '90s. Then with a U.S. deal and an eye toward breaking into Nashville, Major released 444. Nevertheless, despite a strong batch of performances and guest appearances by folks like Joy Lynn White and Cowboy Junkie Margo Timmins, Major presents a conundrum for Music City. His tunes have a lot of polish, but not that extra bump of pomp and saccharine needed to succeed in mainstream country. Conversely, he's not quite "alternative" or "insurgent" enough to find any elbow room in the No Depression camp as Patty Loveless, a one-time hit machine, and Kelly Willis, a would-be Young Lion in the early '90s on MCA, have. Major writes strong, cosmopolitan country tunes with lots of heartfelt appeal, however. And highlights such as "Right Here, Right Now" and "Why Don't We Stay Home Tonight" show why he has had such great success in his homeland where popular country music has a much more catholic reach. The album also includes a stirring take on Bob Dylan's "Oh, Sister."
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/16/2004
  • Label: Imports
  • EAN: 5021456099801
  • Catalog Number: 688909

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Performance Credits
Charlie Major Primary Artist, Primary Artist, Acoustic Guitar
Lynn White Vocals
Alison Prestwood Bass
Tammy Rogers Fiddle, Viola
Steuart Smith Electric Guitar
Harry Stinson Synthesizer, Percussion, Vocals, Overdubs
Margo Timmins Vocals
Pete Wasner Synthesizer, Piano, Hammond Organ
Joy Lynn White Vocals
Technical Credits
Peter Coleman Engineer
David K. Shipley Mastering
Harry Stinson Producer
Charlie Major Producer
Kyle Jason Digital Editing
Bob Cobban Engineer
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