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Country singer Ty Herndon is back in the studio after a six-year break. Yeah, there was a Christmas record a couple of years back, but this is the first time the Meridian, Mississippi wonder has done an honest to goodness modern country record in nearly seven years. Herndon hit the charts and the road in a fury during the mid-'90s, and his demons hit back hard. Right: Herndon had a hellhound on his trail. Right About Now is one of those records that a man makes when he feels he has everything to prove. On the Jackson/Titan independent label which is distributed by Fontana, Herndon lays out 11 new songs with help from songwriters like producer Darrell Brown, Keith Urban, Jess...
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All Music Guide - Thom Jurek
Country singer Ty Herndon is back in the studio after a six-year break. Yeah, there was a Christmas record a couple of years back, but this is the first time the Meridian, Mississippi wonder has done an honest to goodness modern country record in nearly seven years. Herndon hit the charts and the road in a fury during the mid-'90s, and his demons hit back hard. Right: Herndon had a hellhound on his trail. Right About Now is one of those records that a man makes when he feels he has everything to prove. On the Jackson/Titan independent label which is distributed by Fontana, Herndon lays out 11 new songs with help from songwriters like producer Darrell Brown, Keith Urban, Jess Cates, Beth Nielsen Chapman and others. The opener, written by Brown, Radney Foster, and Urban is a downtempo modern country rocker turned personal anthem. Herndon's voice is not only unchanged from his missing years, it's stronger, his phrasing is tighter and more expressive, and his manner of handling a song is entirely his own. "You Still Own Me" opens with a fiddle and a banjo and a shuffling snare. It's modern country at its best. This is one of those tracks that if the radio programmers have guts and his label can come up with the cash for a video Trey Fanjoy should direct it, if there's any justice it's all but a guaranteed hit. This is the kind of song that Sara Evans can pull off without a lot of trouble, but few male singers can make it seem so easy. Herndon has soul and plenty of it. You can hear the gospel in his voice, his love of the old country songs, but his delivery is thoroughly contemporary. And dig the slippery backbone delivery in John Mallory's and Marcus Hummon's "Love Revival." This is as fine a mid-tempo country love song as there is. It is both prayer and anthem, a statement of purpose, a declaration of commitment and a plea to be met in the middle. "Mercy Line" is a downright soul tune that comes right out of the strut and groove of Memphis in the Stax era-but sung by a true country singer. But hell, Herndon can sing anything he wants. Here is an other surefire hit if the label can get down and push radio programmers ears inside it. This is one of those tracks that folks will be turning up and could cross over. If it were Jennifer Nettles singing it, there would be no discussion, but there are few male vocalists who have the necessary muscle and sensitivity to pull this one off. In sum, Right About Now is a monster of a record, period, comeback or no. Herndon re-enters the scene more talented and far more mature than he left it. It's time for Nashville -- and the rest country music's faithful -- to sit up, listen and take notice that a real master has returned. Right About Now is solid, top to bottom. Welcome back Ty.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/9/2007
  • Label: Pyramid Media
  • UPC: 854750001097
  • Catalog Number: 50109

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Ty Herndon Primary Artist
Robert Bailey Background Vocals
Lisa Bevill Background Vocals
J.T. Corenflos Musician
Chad Cromwell Musician
Dan Dugmore Musician
Bruce Gaitsch Musician
Gregg Galbraith Musician
Kenny Greenberg Musician
Tony Harrell Musician
Jim Hoke Musician
Marcus Hummon Background Vocals
John Jarvis Musician
Craig Krampf Musician
Chris McHugh Musician
Greg Morrow Musician
Alison Prestwood Musician
Michael Rhodes Musician
Kim Richey Background Vocals
Leah Taylor Background Vocals
Jonathan Yudkin Strings, Musician
Perry Coleman Background Vocals
Joanna Cotten Background Vocals
Mike Paragone Vocals
Matthew Burgess Musician
Jocelyn Taylor Background Vocals
Keifer Thompson Background Vocals
Emily West Background Vocals
Technical Credits
Beth Nielsen Chapman Composer
Kevin Paige Composer
Radney Foster Composer
Greg Barnhill Composer
Darrell Brown Producer
Jess Cates Composer
Marcus Hummon Composer
David Leonard Engineer
Mills Logan Mastering
Dennis Matkosky Composer, Producer
Tim Nichols Composer
Jonathan Yudkin Producer, String Arrangements
Noah Gordon Composer
Ty Herndon Producer, Liner Notes
Keith Urban Composer
John Mallory Composer
Arnie Roman Composer
Dennis Matosky Composer
Mike Paragone overdub engineer
Leigh Brannon Executive Producer
Johnny Reid Composer
Sebastian Paul Cover Design, Logo Design
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Right About Now is Right On

    There is no stopping Ty Herndon when it comes to great music. Ty does it again with Right About Now. I love, love, love this CD!!!

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