Do You Knowby Jessica Simpson
On her first country album, pop star Jessica Simpson duets with Dolly Parton, Willie Nelson, and Charley Pride. And the record boasts production by John Shanks, who's worked with Sheryl Crow and Kelly Clarkson, as well as Brett James, who co-wrote Carrie Underwood's single "Jesus Take the Wheel."
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Performance CreditsJessica Simpson Primary Artist
Dolly Parton Guest Appearance
Shannon Forrest Drums
Charles Judge Organ,Piano,Keyboards,Synthesizer Strings
Jimmie Lee Sloas Bass
Jonathan Yudkin Fiddle,Mandolin
Mike Johnson Pedal Steel Guitar
Brett James Background Vocals
John Shanks Acoustic Guitar,Bass,Electric Guitar
Craig Young Bass
Bryan Sutton Acoustic Guitar
Troy Lancaster Electric Guitar
Tom Bukovac Electric Guitar
Ilya Toshinsky Acoustic Guitar
Jeff Rothschild Drums
Hillary Lindsey Background Vocals
Technical CreditsDolly Parton Composer
Jessica Simpson Composer
Brett James Composer,Producer,Audio Production
Lars Fox Pro-Tools
John Shanks Composer,Producer,Audio Production
Tracy Baskette-Fleaner Art Direction
Gordie Sampson Composer
Chris Lindsey Composer
Aimee Mayo Composer
Vance Powell Engineer
Scott McDaniel Art Direction
Jeff Rothschild Engineer
Rachel Proctor Composer
Tammie Harris Cleek Creative Producer
Hillary Lindsey Composer
Troy Verges Composer
Craig Headen Engineer
Dianne Spoto Liner Notes
Judy Forde Blair Creative Producer
Alex Gibson Engineer
Victoria Banks Composer
Luke Laird Composer
Joe Simpson Management
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I don't know what the previous reviewer was talking about because I think that this cd is her best so far. I think she found the perfect fit for her voice. I LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!!!
I've always been a die hard country music fan, and was suprised to hear Jessica Simpson was releasing a country album! I've always been a fan of her and her personality (not really her music), but wasn't expecting anything great. But to my delighted suprise her CD is actually pretty great! her duet with Dolly is my fav! I hope people open up and give her a chance and don't just judge her for being Jessica simpson!
I love this CD. Beautiful songs, beautiful voice. The best IMO are Still Don't Stop Me, Sipping on History and the powerful Remember That. I'd definitely recommend putting aside your preconceived notions about this girl that you got from reading the tabloids, and give this CD a chance.
Jessica Simpson is trying different things that will help her grow as an artist and a person and i believe that is the reason why she did this record...this album is great to listen no matter what situation you're going through. She just proves that she can sing in any genre of music! Don't hate her because she's singing country or trying to be the next carrie underwood! She's not!!! She's finding herself in her own skin through everyday life just as any normal human being. I say don't judge a book by its cover because this album is really good!
I thought this album was ok. I really liked her older music but this sounds pretty good. Some of the songs like " pray out loud" i thought were kinda stupid, but " remember that" and sipping on history" are cute. It's definatley an ok album if your a jessica simpson fan.
This country album of Jessica's is her very best album yet, I really like all of the songs on this album, she really has such a very amazing voice! I also like the bonus DVD of the "Come on Over" music video plus behind the scenes of how the video was all put together and the interview with Jessica telling her fans how she returned to her roots of country music!!
I'm definitely looking forward to her next country album that she releases and I can't wait to hear all the new songs on it plus she's such a great songwriter and singer! I hope some of her songs on this album will be her next singles!
Overall, this album of Jessica's is really worth purchasing and listening to it over, over, and over, again. It's her very best album, hands down!
Don't be fooled, country fans (and fans for worthy music for that matter): Simpson is a fraud underneath all the hairspray, makeup, tight clothing and posing. This is her attempt-like her sister Ashlee's Avril Laviagne act- to become the next Carrie Underwood. Which she ain't. It's all marketing, folks. If you buy this CD you have been duped, and frankly should be ashamed of yourself. As for Simpson herself? She can go back to spreading her goalposts for pro football players for all I care.