Totally Country, Vol. 4

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All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
The Totally Country series, like its pop-oriented NOW counterpart, rises and falls on whether the time it chronicles was any good for hit singles. Sometimes, there's only a handful of engaging tunes, other times well over half of the featured tracks are first-rate. Totally Country, Vol. 4 fits into the latter category, filled with songs that are terribly entertaining long after they've been played to death on the radio. While some of these songs are merely enjoyable, some qualify as instant classics. In particular, there's Toby Keith's warm, funny honky tonk anthem "I Love This Bar," Gretchen Wilson's kicking "Redneck Woman," Big & Rich's gonzo "Save a Horse...
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All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
The Totally Country series, like its pop-oriented NOW counterpart, rises and falls on whether the time it chronicles was any good for hit singles. Sometimes, there's only a handful of engaging tunes, other times well over half of the featured tracks are first-rate. Totally Country, Vol. 4 fits into the latter category, filled with songs that are terribly entertaining long after they've been played to death on the radio. While some of these songs are merely enjoyable, some qualify as instant classics. In particular, there's Toby Keith's warm, funny honky tonk anthem "I Love This Bar," Gretchen Wilson's kicking "Redneck Woman," Big & Rich's gonzo "Save a Horse Ride a Cowboy," and a pair of beach-ready tunes in Kenny Chesney's "No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problems" and Blake Shelton's "Some Beach." These are songs that define what modern country is, and when combined with first-rate entries from Alan Jackson, Brad Paisley, John Michael Montgomery, George Strait, and Montgomery Gentry -- and not to mention solid tunes from Clay Walker, Sara Evans, los Lonely Boys, and Buddy Jewell -- this is easily the best Totally Country yet. If you want to know what mainstream country sounded like in the middle of the 2000s, turn here.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/8/2005
  • Label: Bmg Marketing
  • UPC: 828766728729
  • Catalog Number: 67287

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 That'd Be Alright - Alan Jackson (3:39)
  2. 2 Redneck Woman - Gretchen Wilson (3:42)
  3. 3 No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problems - Kenny Chesney (3:31)
  4. 4 Some Beach - Blake Shelton (3:26)
  5. 5 Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy) - Big & Rich (3:21)
  6. 6 I Love This Bar - Toby Keith (5:35)
  7. 7 Brokenheartsville - Joe Nichols (3:52)
  8. 8 Little Moments - Brad Paisley (3:41)
  9. 9 Letters from Home - John Michael Montgomery (4:28)
  10. 10 Tough Little Boys - Gary Allan (3:57)
  11. 11 Desperately - George Strait (4:07)
  12. 12 Let's Be Us Again - Lonestar (3:54)
  13. 13 Perfect - Sara Evans (4:03)
  14. 14 Heaven - Los Lonely Boys (3:49)
  15. 15 I Can't Sleep - Clay Walker (4:03)
  16. 16 Help Pour Out the Rain (Lacey's Song) - Buddy Jewell (3:49)
  17. 17 Hell Yeah - Montgomery Gentry (4:50)
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Album Credits

Technical Credits
Clint Black Producer
Paul Overstreet Composer
George Strait Producer
Bobby Braddock Producer
Toby Keith Composer, Producer
Monte Warden Composer
Harley Allen Composer
Tony Brown Producer
Buddy Cannon Producer
Blake Chancey Producer
Kenny Chesney Producer
Byron Gallimore Producer
Dann Huff Producer
Donny Kees Composer
Blake Mevis Composer
John Michael Montgomery Producer
Tim Nichols Composer
John Porter Producer
Bruce Robison Composer
Brent Rowan Producer
Mark D. Sanders Composer
Joe Scaife Producer
Keith Stegall Producer
James Stroud Producer
Norro Wilson Producer
Craig Wiseman Composer
Paul Worley Producer
Chely Wright Composer
Mark Wright Producer
Clay Walker Composer, Producer
Tom Shapiro Composer
Gary Allan Producer
Erwin Gorostiza Art Direction
Tony Lane Composer
Jeffrey Steele Composer
Sara Evans Composer, Producer
Richie McDonald Composer
Tia Sillers Composer
Casey Beathard Composer
Randy Boudreaux Composer
Maribeth Derry Composer
Scotty Emerick Composer
Henry Garza Composer
Alan Fletcher Executive Producer
Clint Daniels Composer
Brad Paisley Composer
Big Kenny Composer, Producer
Frank Rogers Producer
Don Sampson Composer
Jimmy Ritchey Producer
Paul Barnabee Executive Producer
Buddy Jewell Composer
Christophe Dubois Composer
Gretchen Wilson Composer
John Rich Composer, Producer
Ringo Garza Composer
Tony Martin Composer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Solid album of Nashville country hits

    Volume 4 of this series scoops up another 17 mainstream country hits across multiple labels, providing a one-stop shop for catching up on recent chart action. There are no real surprises here (which would be tough to do, given the radio exposure these cuts received), but these songs were hits for a reason: they stand up to repeated listening. The one really different sounding song is the R‘n’B styled “Heaven” from Los Lonely Boys. It's hard to imagine why this would be a country hit, but it sure is catchy! If you like this cut, be sure to check out Los Lobos, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Santana and others. ¶ Highlights abound, including Alan Jackson’s wishful “That’d Be Alright,” Gretchen Wilson’s hell-raisin’ “Red Neck Woman,” Toby Keith’s warm Saturday-night anthem, “I Love This Bar,” and George Strait’s cover of Bruce Robison’s terrific “Desperately” (check out the original of the latter on Robison’s CD “Wrapped,” along with the original of “Angry All the Time”). Buddy Jewel’s “Help Pour Out the Rain (Lacey’s Song)” shows the Nashville Star winner to have a confident, easy style not unlike George Strait. ¶ Kenny Chesney’s breezy “No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problems” and Blake Shelton’s Jimmy Buffet styled “Some Beach” make a nice pair placed back-to-back, and even farther down-tempo there are ballads that include Brad Paisley’s “Little Moments,” John Michael Montgomery’s touching war-time “Letters From Home,” Gary Allan’s “Tough Little Boys,” and Clay Walker’s “I Can’t Sleep.” ¶ As should be expected, many of these tracks cross-over into other genres. Big & Rich’s “Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy),” features Western-themed lyrics and edgings of banjo and fiddle, but it’s basically a pop-rock song. A good pop-rock song, but heavier on the power chords than the Carter Family probably every struck up. Similarly, Sara Evans’ “Perfect” plays her superbly country-tinged voice against guitars and drums that are more power-pop than Opry acoustic. ¶ This is a nicely programmed disc that gives modern country fans a chance to hear their favorites without commercial interruption!

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