Something for the Trail

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All Music Guide - Stewart Mason
Texas-based singer/songwriter Gary P. Nunn writes dryly humorous country-pop with some honky tonk and Western swing influences think of Terry Allen without the artsy influences, and sings in an appealingly old-fashioned voice, one that at times recalls Ray Price's familiar, warm tones. Songs like the hilarious character study "Hard Partyin' Country Darlin'" and the wry first single "Perfectly Normal" hit the tone exactly right, knowing and snarky without dipping into silliness. Well, "Hillbilly, Hog-Ridin', Road-Runnin' Man" is pretty silly, but in the best possible way. Those already familiar with Nunn's genial, pop-friendly take on traditional country will find ...
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All Music Guide - Stewart Mason
Texas-based singer/songwriter Gary P. Nunn writes dryly humorous country-pop with some honky tonk and Western swing influences think of Terry Allen without the artsy influences, and sings in an appealingly old-fashioned voice, one that at times recalls Ray Price's familiar, warm tones. Songs like the hilarious character study "Hard Partyin' Country Darlin'" and the wry first single "Perfectly Normal" hit the tone exactly right, knowing and snarky without dipping into silliness. Well, "Hillbilly, Hog-Ridin', Road-Runnin' Man" is pretty silly, but in the best possible way. Those already familiar with Nunn's genial, pop-friendly take on traditional country will find Something for the Trail to be yet another solid album, salted with a few more serious tunes like the heartfelt "Second Thoughts." Newcomers who enjoy this should check out 1998's What I Like About Texas, a solid best-of, for a look at Gary P. Nunn's back story.
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  • Release Date: 5/25/2004
  • Label: Smith Music Group
  • UPC: 662582702125
  • Catalog Number: 7021

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Performance Credits
Gary P. Nunn Primary Artist, Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals, Background Vocals
Johnny Gimble Fiddle, Mandolin
Michael Christian Drums, Background Vocals
Floyd Domino Piano
Steve Layne Bass, Background Vocals
Gary Primich Harmonica
Jason Roberts Fiddle, Mandolin
Gerry Burns Background Vocals
Danny Hawk Dobro, Steel Guitar
John Carroll Electric Guitar
Technical Credits
Michael Martin Murphey Composer
John Hadley Composer
Gary P. Nunn Composer, Producer, Audio Production
Larry Seyer Mastering
Steve Skinner Executive Producer
Bill Webb Executive Producer
Thomas Michael Riley Composer
Travis Stegall Composer
David McKnight Composer
Wally Wilson Composer
Rick Cardwell Composer
Mike McAdoo Composer
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