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Easton Corbin

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All Music Guide - Todd Sterling
If the honky tonk nation gathered and rejoiced publicly every time an artist came along with a sound steeped in the past -- which is rarer in the 21st century than a two-headed dog -- the cheers would have been deafening when Easton Corbin's "A Little More Country Than That" first hit the airwaves. The Top Ten single, from Corbin's 2010 self-titled album, is as old school as it gets. Producer Carson Chamberlain's new penny polish and Corbin's traditional twang balance each other out nicely. Corbin's debut is jam-packed with the sounds of yesterday. From the opening cut, the chugging "Roll with It," to the disc-closing "Leavin' a Lonely Town," a jangly number with stinging...
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All Music Guide - Todd Sterling
If the honky tonk nation gathered and rejoiced publicly every time an artist came along with a sound steeped in the past -- which is rarer in the 21st century than a two-headed dog -- the cheers would have been deafening when Easton Corbin's "A Little More Country Than That" first hit the airwaves. The Top Ten single, from Corbin's 2010 self-titled album, is as old school as it gets. Producer Carson Chamberlain's new penny polish and Corbin's traditional twang balance each other out nicely. Corbin's debut is jam-packed with the sounds of yesterday. From the opening cut, the chugging "Roll with It," to the disc-closing "Leavin' a Lonely Town," a jangly number with stinging steel and forlorn fiddle, Corbin delivers a stone solid country collection. The latter could be a lost song from Steve Earle's groundbreaking Guitar Town sessions. The album's standout track, the cleverly titled "I Can't Love You Back," is a hardcore power ballad that aims straight for the heart. Corbin turns out a hanky-worthy vocal performance. Corbin's traditionally tinted voice isn't his only asset; the Florida native co-wrote four of the album's songs, including the funny-bone slam "That'll Make You Wanna Drink." Fans of George Strait will notice Corbin sounds a lot like "King George", which when you think about it, isn't really a bad thing at all. Now let's have a big cheer from the honky tonk nation.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/2/2010
  • Label: Mercury Nashville
  • UPC: 602527136691
  • Catalog Number: 001364402
  • Sales rank: 17,351

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Easton Corbin Primary Artist
Gary Prim Piano, Keyboards, Wurlitzer, Hammond B3
Eddie Bayers Drums
Jimmy Carter Bass
Larry Franklin Fiddle, Mandolin
Paul Franklin Steel Guitar
Brent Mason Electric Guitar
Biff Watson Acoustic Guitar, Gut String Guitar
Glenn Worf Bass
Wes Hightower Background Vocals
James Mitchell Electric Guitar
Technical Credits
John Kelton Engineer
Sonny LeMaire Composer
Ken Love Mastering
Mark D. Sanders Composer
Tony Lane Composer
Carson Chamberlain Composer, Producer
Gary Harrison Composer
Chris Lindsey Composer
Aimee Mayo Composer
Wynn Varble Composer
Jimmy Yeary Composer
Clint Daniels Composer
Karen Naff Art Direction
Kevin Denney Composer
Matt Rovey Engineer
Troy Verges Composer
Liz Hengber Composer
Rory Feek Composer
Easton Corbin Composer
Don Poythress Composer
Jeff Hyde Composer
Clay Mills Composer
Sonny Tillis Composer
Johnny Park Composer
Alex Dooley Composer
Tom Botkin Composer
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    LOVED IT!

    If you are a George Strait Fan (and I am), You will LOVE LOVE LOVE this album and this artist!!! There is no one else like George Strait, but Easton Corbin is enough like him, it'd be hard to tell which cd I have on. I'm looking forward to future cd's from him.

    I'd definitely suggest this artist and this cd to my friends (and I have already)!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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