American Saturday Night

American Saturday Night

by Brad Paisley
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American Saturday Night 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
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TequillaSunrise More than 1 year ago
Well, he's done it again! I own almost all of Brad Paisley's CDs, and everytime he comes out with a new one, it's my "new favorite." He has songs for everyone, romantic songs, sad songs, funny songs,and even instrumental songs. If you are a Brad Paisley fan I reccomend this CD! It is obvious that Brad Paisley has a deep passion and understanding of how music effects people. When listening to this CD I go from laughing during "Anything Like Me" to crying during "Then" and "Everybodys Here" and back to laughing again with "Catch all the Fish" and "Pants." I bought this CD in August and still listen to it at least once a week.
DesRS More than 1 year ago
The songs are great. I like all of them, but I LOVE Welcome to the Future.
jane3 More than 1 year ago
The personality of Brad Paisley drips from this album. He has said time and time again that this album is so special to him because it is the one that comes most from the heart and it is true. Ever song has heart and you can just tell he loves the song that he is singing. "Welcome to the Future" is by far the best song. "No" is an adorible little reminder of something we can forget easily. "Anything Like Me" is such an adorible song about his little boys and you get to her Huck sing in the end. "The Pants" and "Catch All The Fish" are very funny. As for his romantic side, he yet again doesnt disappoint with "Then", "She's Her Own Woman" and "I Hope That's Me." You also get a little glimps at his history with Kim in "Welcome To The Future (Reprise)" This CD is well rounded and one of the best I have ever heard!
bcDF More than 1 year ago
Sometimes I'll listen to one of Brad's CDs for weeks without changing CDs. He just gets better with every CD. I love the "old radio" type dramas as the last track with Jimmy Dickens, Bill Anderson, Dolly Parton, and lately Vince Gill. What happens to George Jones?
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