Redneck Crazy

Redneck Crazy

by Tyler Farr
     
 

Tyler Farr may indeed be Redneck Crazy on his 2013 debut for Columbia Nashville, but his definition of redneck doesn't quite belong to the backwoods. Farr may not be a grinning, unrepentant bro the way that Luke Bryan and his ilk are, but he's not far removed, not with his arsenal of songs about beer, tiny bikinis, hot messes, andSee more details below

Overview

Tyler Farr may indeed be Redneck Crazy on his 2013 debut for Columbia Nashville, but his definition of redneck doesn't quite belong to the backwoods. Farr may not be a grinning, unrepentant bro the way that Luke Bryan and his ilk are, but he's not far removed, not with his arsenal of songs about beer, tiny bikinis, hot messes, and trucks, along with his preference for crisp, shiny beats that don't do a particularly good job of disguising their debt to hip-hop. Redneck Crazy is peppered with cornpone raps -- the chant-along statement of purpose "Chicks, Trucks and Beer" and its equal "Makes You Wanna Drink" -- and its sound belongs not to the sticks but the suburbs, where redneck is as much a fashion statement as it is a way of life. The big, bright bustle of Redneck Crazy is appealing in its unabashed pop aspirations -- it's so successful that the Jamey Johnson-aping guitar-and-voice closer "Living with the Blues" feels transported in from another album, possibly another era -- and that's partially due to Farr's everyday everyman voice. He puts on airs that he's dirty and greasy, and spends roughly half of the album singing about drinking, but he always sounds freshly showered and eminently respectable, the kind of guy who would address an officer of the law with a "yes sir." This inherent politeness does mean his rowdy redneck ways feel a bit like schtick, but it's a good act performed with enough cheer that Farr's slickness sells Redneck Crazy.

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Product Details

Release Date:
09/30/2013
Label:
Sony
UPC:
0886919344820
catalogNumber:
193448
Rank:
19766

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Tyler Farr   Primary Artist,Background Vocals
Mike Brignardello   Bass
Dan Dugmore   Dobro,Mandolin,Electric Guitar,Steel Guitar
Shannon Forrest   Drums
Kenny Greenberg   Electric Guitar
Tony Harrell   Keyboards
Julian King   Synthesizer,Crowd Noise
David LaBruyere   Bass
B. James Lowry   Acoustic Guitar,Guitar (Resonator)
Jerry McPherson   Electric Guitar
Glenn Worf   Bass
Rhett Akins   Background Vocals
Jeff Roach   Synthesizer
Troy Lancaster   Electric Guitar
Wes Hightower   Background Vocals
Perry Coleman   Background Vocals
Howard Duck   Keyboards
Tania Hancheroff   Background Vocals
Jim "Moose" Brown   Keyboards
Jake Burns   Electric Guitar
Jim Catino   Crowd Noise
Colt Ford   Background Vocals
Channing Wilson   Acoustic Guitar
Haley McLemore   Crowd Noise
Ben Maki   Crowd Noise
Whitney Farr   Crowd Noise
Risha Rodgers   Crowd Noise

Technical Credits

Julian King   Producer,Engineer,drum programming,Percussion Programming
Craig Wiseman   Composer
Rhett Akins   Composer
Vicky McGehee   Composer
Mark Irwin   Composer
Kris Bergsnes   Composer
Shane Minor   Composer
John Ozier   Composer
Erin Enderlin   Composer
Jim Catino   Producer
Josh Kear   Composer
Lee Brice   Composer
Phil O'Donnell   Composer
Luke Laird   Composer
Hank Williams   Mastering
Ben Hayslip   Composer
Dallas Davidson   Composer
J.R. McCoy   Composer
Philip Larue   Composer
Skip Black   Composer
Tyler Farr   Composer
Chris Tompkins   Composer
Houston Phillips   Composer
Channing Wilson   Composer
Brian Davis   Composer

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