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Lost in the Feeling
     

Lost in the Feeling

by Mark Chesnutt
 
On the aptly titled Lost in the Feeling, Mark Chesnutt conveys the pointed message that heartbreak is a two-way street. Moving with cool authority between neo-honky-tonk burners and smooth mainstream ballads, Chesnutt brings this collection's richly textured narratives alive with the most nuanced singing he's ever delivered on record. When his gal dumps him in

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On the aptly titled Lost in the Feeling, Mark Chesnutt conveys the pointed message that heartbreak is a two-way street. Moving with cool authority between neo-honky-tonk burners and smooth mainstream ballads, Chesnutt brings this collection's richly textured narratives alive with the most nuanced singing he's ever delivered on record. When his gal dumps him in "Try Being Me," the catch in the singer's throat and his bluesy phrasing amplify the lyrics' images of heartbreak, while the string-laden, noirish "Love in the Hot Afternoon" is similarly affecting in its depiction of a drug-fueled quickie affair on a sultry New Orleans day. The artist sounds appropriately wary on the fiery album opener, "Fallin' Never Felt So Good," on which he compares the feeling of new love to falling on his rear end when taking his first steps as a baby. A horn section adds an R&B flavor to "Confessin' My Love," as Chesnutt humorously evokes the anxiety of knowing that his peace of mind is contingent on pouring out his heart to the woman of his dreams. For all his success to date, on Lost in the Feeling Mark Chesnutt sounds like an artist who's just now hitting his stride.

Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Maria Konicki Dinoia
Album number ten is a good, solid effort from Mark Chesnutt. From songs one to ten, Lost in the Feeling is symbolic of the old days, pure tradition and lots of honky tonk. Chesnutt, sounding very Haggard-esque says he picks songs simply because he likes them and they'll work well in his live show. From the toe-tapping "Angelina" to the provocative "Love in the Hot Afternoon," it's clear what works well for him. He takes a stab at the old Conway Twitty hit, the album's title track, "Lost in the Feeling"and sings it with the finesse of an artist who has been doing this for a long time. Worth mentioning also are two of the album's ballads, "Try Being Me" and "Somewhere out There Tonight." Lost in the Feeling works as a must-have for Chesnutt fans.

Product Details

Release Date:
10/17/2000
Label:
Mca Special Products
UPC:
0008817012520
catalogNumber:
170125

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Performance Credits

Mark Chesnutt   Primary Artist,Vocals
Tim Mensy   Acoustic Guitar
Cindy Walker   Background Vocals
Eric Darken   Percussion
John Wesley Ryles   Background Vocals
Mark Casstevens   Acoustic Guitar
Stuart Duncan   Fiddle,Mandolin
Larry Franklin   Fiddle,Mandolin
Paul Franklin   Pedal Steel Guitar
Owen Hale   Drums
Mike Haynes   Trumpet
Jim Horn   Saxophone
John Jarvis   Piano
Sam Levine   Saxophone
B. James Lowry   Acoustic Guitar,Electric Guitar
Steve Nathan   Keyboards
Michael Rhodes   Bass
Brent Rowan   Electric Guitar
Lisa Silver   Background Vocals
Denis Solee   Saxophone
Harry Stinson   Background Vocals
George Tidwell   Trumpet
Biff Watson   Acoustic Guitar
Bergen White   Background Vocals
John Willis   Acoustic Guitar,Bouzouki
Lonnie Wilson   Drums,Tambourine
Glenn Worf   Bass
Curtis Young   Background Vocals
Lisa Cochran   Background Vocals
Lee Ann Womack   Background Vocals
Marabeth Jordon   Background Vocals
Wynn Varble   Background Vocals
Brice Long   Background Vocals

Technical Credits

Marty Stuart   Producer
Robert Charles   Engineer,overdub engineer
Greg Droman   Engineer,overdub engineer
Bergen White   String Arrangements,String Conductor
Mark Wright   Producer
Todd Gunnerson   Engineer
Melissa Mattey   Engineer
Chris Sherbak   Engineer
Steve Singleton   Engineer

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