If We Ever Make It Home

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All Music Guide - Todd Sterling
On his third studio album, If We Ever Make It Home, Texas singer/songwriter Wade Bowen takes a giant leap forward. Bowen's 2006 Lost Hotel album revealed a raw talent that had yet to be completely fleshed out. Bowen was quick to stake his claim in the Americana market, but it was obvious he had a ways to go to match the music of his heroes, Texas singer/songwriters like Guy Clark and Robert Earl Keen. On If We Ever Make It Home, the Lone Star troubadour proves himself a challenger for the Red Dirt Music throne. Songs like the sensitive "Turn on the Lights," a touching number that finds the singer struggling to pick up the broken pieces of a relationship he's not quite ...
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All Music Guide - Todd Sterling
On his third studio album, If We Ever Make It Home, Texas singer/songwriter Wade Bowen takes a giant leap forward. Bowen's 2006 Lost Hotel album revealed a raw talent that had yet to be completely fleshed out. Bowen was quick to stake his claim in the Americana market, but it was obvious he had a ways to go to match the music of his heroes, Texas singer/songwriters like Guy Clark and Robert Earl Keen. On If We Ever Make It Home, the Lone Star troubadour proves himself a challenger for the Red Dirt Music throne. Songs like the sensitive "Turn on the Lights," a touching number that finds the singer struggling to pick up the broken pieces of a relationship he's not quite ready to let die, and the lump-in-the-throat "Daddy and the Devil," a bleak track about the fine line we sometimes walk between heaven and hell, hit the emotion button hard. Americana constant Chris Knight adds his crushed-glass vocals to the latter. Bowen treads the same musical territory as fellow Texans Randy Rogers and Kevin Fowler throughout the disc, especially on the fervent "Trouble." Bowen delivers a dusty-throated vocal that his backing band smothers in a jangly, guitar-heavy sauce. In three albums Bowen has gone from up-and-comer to contender.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/30/2008
  • Label: Sustain Records
  • UPC: 854956001181
  • Catalog Number: 11812

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Wade Bowen Primary Artist
Eric Darken Percussion
Dan Dugmore Steel Guitar, Lap Steel Guitar
Kenny Greenberg Electric Guitar
David Grissom Electric Guitar
Charles Judge Piano, Accordion, Keyboards, Hammond Organ
David Santo Bass
Russell Terrell Background Vocals
Melodie Crittenden Background Vocals
Tim Lauer Keyboards, Pump Organ
Audrey Haney Mandolin
Sonya Isaacs Background Vocals
J.R. Rodriguez Keyboards, Background Vocals
Wes Hightower Background Vocals
Tom Bukovac Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar
Ilya Toshinsky Acoustic Guitar
Jedd Hughes Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Background Vocals
Greg V. Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar
Ashley Monroe Background Vocals
Shawn Fichter Drums
Technical Credits
Radney Foster Composer
Chuck Cannon Composer
Michael Cox Composer
Ken Love Mastering
Stephony Smith Composer
Matt Powell Composer
Randy Rogers Composer
Jim Beavers Composer
Wade Bowen Composer
J.R. Rodriguez Producer, Engineer
Brady Barnett Digital Editing
Tom Bukovac Composer
Garrett Miller Digital Editing
Jonathan Craig Digital Editing
Jedd Hughes Composer
Sean McConnell Composer
Shauna Dodds Art Direction
Sarah Dodds Art Direction
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