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Totally Country, Vol. 5
     

Totally Country, Vol. 5

 
The fifth installment of the ongoing Totally Country series was released the first week of February 2006, but it shouldn't be thought of as a time capsule of the biggest country hits of the previous year. Sure, there are some big hits from 2005 here -- Miranda Lambert's great "Kerosene," Big & Rich's silly "Comin' to Your City," and

Overview

The fifth installment of the ongoing Totally Country series was released the first week of February 2006, but it shouldn't be thought of as a time capsule of the biggest country hits of the previous year. Sure, there are some big hits from 2005 here -- Miranda Lambert's great "Kerosene," Big & Rich's silly "Comin' to Your City," and Lonestar's sentimental "You're Like Comin' Home" -- but there are more songs from 2004 than 2005, and there's a fair share of cuts from 2003, too. So, don't think of this as a yearbook, but rather as a sampler of what was played on contemporary country radio in the mid-2000s. On that level, Totally Country, Vol. 5 is representative, even if it's a little uneven. There's a strong representation of Big & Rich, as performers and producers, for instance, and there are also several excellent neo-traditional cuts from the likes of Lambert, Dierks Bentley ("How Am I Doin'"), and Ray Scott ("My Kind of Music"). There's also some pleasant, occasionally forgettable fodder from the Music City machine, and there a couple of novelties (Cowboy Troy's hick-hop "Cowboy Troy" and Keith Anderson's "XXL") that are either fun or irritating, depending on your point of view. In other words, it's a lot like listening to the radio -- although it actually has more good songs on average than the radio -- and for casual contemporary country fans looking for a sampler of hits, this will suit their needs just fine.

Product Details

Release Date:
02/07/2006
Label:
Bmg Marketing
UPC:
0828767714523
catalogNumber:
77145

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Album Credits

Technical Credits

Kix Brooks   Producer
Martina McBride   Producer
Bobby Braddock   Producer
Brett Beavers   Producer
Ronnie Bowman   Composer
Buddy Cannon   Producer
Don Cook   Composer
Barry Dean   Composer
Bob DiPiero   Composer
Ronnie Dunn   Producer
James Hicks   Composer
Roger Murrah   Composer
Justin Niebank   Producer
Kip Raines   Composer
Joe Scaife   Producer
Randy Scruggs   Producer
George Teren   Composer
Paul Worley   Producer
Mark Wright   Producer
Billy Montana   Composer
Phil O'Connell   Producer
Gretchen Peters   Composer
Sara Evans   Producer
Mike Wrucke   Producer
Chris Woehrle   Art Direction
Brian Dean Maher   Composer
Jim Beavers   Composer
Vicky McGehee   Composer
Rivers Rutherford   Composer
Casey Beathard   Composer
Angie Aparo   Composer
Alan Fletcher   Executive Producer
Big Kenny   Composer
Craig Morgan   Producer
Paul Barnabee   Executive Producer
Dierks Bentley   Composer
Kenny "Borgeois" Alphin   Composer
Gretchen Wilson   Composer
Miranda Lambert   Composer
John Rich   Composer,Producer
Cowboy Troy   Composer
Thom Shepherd   Composer
Ed Hill   Composer
Phillip Moore   Producer
Michael Knox   Producer
Jeremy Stover   Composer
Brandon Kinney   Composer
Tom Douglas   Composer

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