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House Rules

The House Rules

5.0 6
by Christian Kane

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Release Date:
Bigger Picture Group

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Performance Credits

Christian Kane   Primary Artist,Acoustic Guitar
Bekka Bramlett   Background Vocals
Steve Brewster   Drums
Pat Buchanan   Harmonica,Electric Guitar,Guitar (Electric Baritone)
Chad Cromwell   Drums
Bob Ezrin   Acoustic Guitar,Percussion,Keyboards,Background Vocals,Hammond B3
Steve Fishell   Steel Guitar
Béla Fleck   Banjo
Shannon Forrest   Drums
Kenny Greenberg   Electric Guitar
Rob Hajacos   Fiddle
Chris McHugh   Drums
Jerry McPherson   Electric Guitar
Jimmie Lee Sloas   Acoustic Guitar,Bass,Bazouki
Jonathan Yudkin   Strings
Tim Akers   Piano,Keyboards,Hammond B3
Tommy Henriksen   Electric Guitar
Kirk "Jelly Roll" Johnson   Harmonica
Troy Lancaster   Electric Guitar
Wes Hightower   Background Vocals
Perry Coleman   Background Vocals
Tom Bukovac   Electric Guitar
John Metcalfe   Strings
Ilya Toshinsky   Acoustic Guitar,Octave Mandolin
Adam Shoenfeld   Acoustic Guitar,Electric Guitar
Jason Roller   Fiddle,Mandolin,Electric Guitar
Rich Redmond   Drums
Justin Cortelyou   Trombone,Slide Trumpet
Jason Southard   Guitar,Electric Guitar
Charlie Judge   Keyboards
Mike Johnson   Steel Guitar
Steven Carlson   Background Vocals

Technical Credits

Richie Biggs   Engineer
Bob Ezrin   Producer
Jimmie Lee Sloas   Composer,Producer
Brian Virtue   Engineer
Jonathan Yudkin   String Arrangements
Tommy Henriksen   Programming,Additional Production
Dean Baskerville   Engineer
John Metcalfe   String Arrangements
Chip Matthews   Engineer
Justin Cortelyou   Engineer
S. Carlson   Composer
P. Madeira   Composer
T. Chapman   Composer
D. Orton   Composer
T. Shapiro   Composer
Dale Manning   Artwork
Eric Griffin   Management

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The House Rules 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
LAB54 More than 1 year ago
I agree with the other reviewers -- this is a CD every country music fan should have. It blends the best of classic and modern country music. It starts off with "The House Rules," an in-your-face tune that marries country music and rock. Like the song says, "it's country music, a little soul; it's a rock-and-roll rodeo." From there, the disc moves to "Something's Gotta Give," a classic country song that a lot of us can identify with, about trying and trying and never being able to get ahead. "Thinking of You" is the tune that Christian sang on the TV series Leverage, and it's even better here than it was on the TV show. I think my favorites are the last two songs on the CD. "Making Circles" is another classic country song about two people stuck in a relationship that doesn't work, unable to break away. "Fast Car" is a cover of the Tracy Chapman hit; Christian keeps it lean and pure -- it's a song that needs no embellishment. This is a great CD -- one to play over and over.
SabineSCG More than 1 year ago
The music has a nice change from one song to another. It's a fun CD to listen to if you are in the mood to party or want to slow down your mood. Waiting for the next one to come out in the future.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
CharissaJ More than 1 year ago
Leverage and Angel star, Christian Kane isn't just another actor-turned-musician. This guy was made for country music. He has a great sound and good, original lyrics (most of which were written himself). While this is his first major release, he's actually been performing with his band for about a decade. The title song, "House Rules" alone is worth the price of the album and you can catch the video on CMT.
Pamiekae More than 1 year ago
This CD is a great Country/Southern Rock mixture. From the title song the "House Rules" making you want to get up and dance to the softer heart rendering "Let Me Go" Christian gives a great mix of songs that only leaves you wanting to hear more!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago