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III

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Barnes & Noble - David McGee
On his first two albums, Chad Brock staked his claim on some prime real estate among mainstream country’s tenderhearted macho belters, and with III he stakes out a bit of turf for his own. The tone is set early on with the boisterous "Park the Pickup (Kiss the Girl)" -- advice for the lovelorn that is set to a big, booming beat -- followed by a no-nonsense, acoustic-flavored heartbreaker, "Tell Me How," with pleading verses buttressed by powerhouse, pleading choruses. "Right Now" finds Allmans-style double-guitar lines weaving their way among Brock’s heartfelt sentiments of devotion in a love song that blends traditional country with southern rock. In the witty, rocking ...
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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - David McGee
On his first two albums, Chad Brock staked his claim on some prime real estate among mainstream country’s tenderhearted macho belters, and with III he stakes out a bit of turf for his own. The tone is set early on with the boisterous "Park the Pickup (Kiss the Girl)" -- advice for the lovelorn that is set to a big, booming beat -- followed by a no-nonsense, acoustic-flavored heartbreaker, "Tell Me How," with pleading verses buttressed by powerhouse, pleading choruses. "Right Now" finds Allmans-style double-guitar lines weaving their way among Brock’s heartfelt sentiments of devotion in a love song that blends traditional country with southern rock. In the witty, rocking "Livin’ in Las Vegas," Brock likens his all-consuming love for a woman to being on a hot roll in Bugsy Siegel’s dreamland. A former professional wrestler with the WCW, Brock has delivered a something-for-everyone collection -- romantic, rollicking, sentimental -- that seems sure to slam into the country charts.
All Music Guide - Rick Cohoon
For Chad Brock, it looks like the third time's a charm. Brock has been making great music for quite some time, but up until now it seems that he has been shifting around musically, trying to find his niche in country music. It's like the old game of pegs where one tries to put the round peg in the round hole, the square peg in the square hole, and so on. With the release of III, Chad Brock seems to have all of his pegs in the right spot. Brock never abandons the fun country style, with songs like "Park the Pick-Up Kiss the Girl" and "Livin' in Las Vegas" running in a similar vein to past hits "Yes!" and "Lightning Does the Work." Some better-than-average ballads pop up on this CD, too; the best one is "The Lie," a song about a woman who pays the price of one infidelity with a permanent reminder. Brock takes a chance by including "Population Minus One," a song that features spoken verses and a singing chorus. That doesn't always work, but Brock manages to pull it off without leaving a cheesy residue on the CD. No doubt about it, Chad Brock is a vocalist who continues to entertain with his third album.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/25/2001
  • Label: Warner Bros / Wea
  • UPC: 093624800842
  • Catalog Number: 48008

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Chad Brock Primary Artist
Michael Chapman Bass Guitar
Gary Prim Piano
John Wesley Ryles Background Vocals
Chip Davis Background Vocals
Eddie Bayers Drums
Larry Byrom Acoustic Guitar
Buddy Cannon Hand Clapping
Melonie Cannon Background Vocals
Jim Chapman Background Vocals
J.T. Corenflos Electric Guitar
Larry Franklin Fiddle
Sonny Garrish Steel Guitar
Kevin Grantt Bass Guitar
Rob Hajacos Fiddle
Tim Hensley Banjo
John Hobbs Synthesizer, Piano
Paul Leim Drums, Tambourine, cowbell
B. James Lowry Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Gut String Guitar
Mark Luna Background Vocals
Liana Manis Background Vocals
Randy McCormick Synthesizer, Keyboards, Hammond Organ
Dale Oliver Electric Guitar
Larry Paxton Bass, Bass Guitar
Cindy Richardson Walker Background Vocals
Tom Roady Percussion
Stephony Smith Background Vocals
Biff Watson Acoustic Guitar
Bergen White Background Vocals
John Willis Electric Guitar
Norro Wilson Hand Clapping
Curtis Young Background Vocals
Neil Thrasher Background Vocals
Wes Hightower Background Vocals
Chalee Tennison Background Vocals
Rick Huckaby Background Vocals
David Briggs Synthesizer, Piano
Technical Credits
Buddy Cannon Producer
Tony Green Engineer
Carlos Grier Digital Editing
Denny Purcell Mastering
Billy Sherrill Engineer
Norro Wilson Producer
Janice Azrak Art Direction
Jason Piske Engineer
Eric Conn Digital Editing
Declan Young Engineer
Doug DeLong Engineer
Eric Bickel Engineer
David Beller Engineer
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