Trouble

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All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Randy Rogers takes pains to bill his albums as the work of a collective, having each of his records since the very beginning credited to the Randy Rogers Band. As time passes, the records the RRB makes don't quite so much sound like the product of a touring band but rather a savvy collection of studio pros, and 2013's Trouble is no exception. Their first album in three years -- the last was 2010's Burning the Day, their highest-charting album to date, producing their biggest single to date, "One More Sad Song" -- Trouble is easy and assured, versatile enough to appeal to many different audiences. This isn't a bad thing, because as a collection of individual ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Randy Rogers takes pains to bill his albums as the work of a collective, having each of his records since the very beginning credited to the Randy Rogers Band. As time passes, the records the RRB makes don't quite so much sound like the product of a touring band but rather a savvy collection of studio pros, and 2013's Trouble is no exception. Their first album in three years -- the last was 2010's Burning the Day, their highest-charting album to date, producing their biggest single to date, "One More Sad Song" -- Trouble is easy and assured, versatile enough to appeal to many different audiences. This isn't a bad thing, because as a collection of individual tracks it's pretty appealing, sometimes verging on the compelling. They're muscular enough to dip into a hazy country-psychedelia on the hangover anthem "Fuzzy"; they kick up a little backwoods dirt on "Shotgun," tap into a bit of country sweetness on "Flash Flood," and lumber along with fiddle and a ramshackle guitar on "If I Had Another Heart," but most of the time they dedicate themselves to clean, propulsive country-pop, comprised of guitars that could fill an arena and melodies made for morning radio. Randy Rogers Bands are indeed pros, pulling off these switches in tone and style without a hitch.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/30/2013
  • Label: Mca Nashville
  • UPC: 602537093762
  • Catalog Number: 001716002
  • Sales rank: 35,379

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Randy Rogers Band Primary Artist
Randy Rogers Indexed Contributor, Acoustic Guitar, Vocals
Willie Nelson Acoustic Guitar, Vocals
Giles Reaves Synthesizer, Percussion, Pump Organ, fender rhodes, Wurlitzer, Hammond B3
Geoffrey Hill Electric Guitar, Background Vocals
Mickey Raphael Harmonica
Ray Wylie Hubbard Electric Guitar, Background Vocals
Jay Joyce Acoustic Guitar, Piano, Electric Guitar, Hammond B3
Gary Allan Background Vocals
Jedd Hughes Acoustic Guitar, Dobro, Mandolin, Background Vocals, Guitar (Baritone)
Brady Black Fiddle, Background Vocals
Jon Richardson Bass, Moog Bass
Les Lawless Drums
Technical Credits
Radney Foster Composer
Geoffrey Hill Composer
Dean Dillon Composer
Jay Joyce Composer, Producer
Keith Gattis Composer
Gordie Sampson Composer
Randy Rogers Composer
Dale Dodson Composer
Shane McAnally Composer
Jason Hall Engineer
Andrew Mendelson Mastering
Sarah Burton Composer
Jedd Hughes Composer
Sean McConnell Composer
Jeremy Spillman Composer
Brad Tursi Composer
Josh Hoge Composer
A. Gorley Composer
Josh Osborne Composer
Jon Richardson Composer
Savannah Welch Composer
Trevor Rosen Composer
Jamie Wilson Composer
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