Be as You Are

Be as You Are

by Kenny Chesney
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Be as You Are 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 14 reviews.
Jonathan1989 More than 1 year ago
"Be As You Are: Songs From An Old Blue Chair" is one of Kenny Chesney's wonderful album that is recorded at the beach in Key Largo. His voice is so, so, sssooooooo smooth.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have done this one once all ready but i just had to do this one againe i just love all thes songs on this cd like the song key lime pie i have never had it but in this song we get a littel taste of it we all have your bad days and when you do you want something to put you in a good mood this is a good cd choice and it is a good cd to relax to these breze songs take us a way from here and take us down to the islands to not worrie about any thing but on how we all want to live our life at the beach.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Whatever happened to Kenny Chesney a few years ago, it has made him a fantastic music artist! This is by far the best of his yet. I was never really thrilled with his earlier stuff, but around 2000 he started doing some great work and his music really went through a metamorphisis just as he did. I love the island feel to his music and have always been a big Jimmy Buffett fan, so it is no surprise that I would love this too I guess. Please, Kenny, keep it up!
Guest More than 1 year ago
If you want an albumn with Kenny's "country roots" this isn't it. But keep in mind that most of Kenny's hits are written by professional songwriters. These are true stories told by Kenny and they tend to take you to a place far from Nashville or Margaritaville. I've been fortunate enough to have sat in the old blue chairs at the Soggy Dollar, joined Ivan himself for a Thursday night cookout and pulled a dinghy up to the dock at Foxy's. Jost Van Dyke is another world and Kenny tries to take you there.
Guest More than 1 year ago
You can't go wrong with a Kenny Chesney album and this latest one is no exception! Heartfelt, mellow tunes and lyrics are very relaxing. Close your eyes and you'll believe you're in the islands. It's great!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I just love this newest cd by the entertanier of the year the one the only KENNY CHESNEY.The songs on this cd are so nice and relaxing you can just pop it in your cd player and from the first song to the last you are taken away to the islands you must buy this cd. joanna.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Every album Kenny puts out is better than the last and this is no exception! I love the islands too although I've only been down there once. :) "I wish I was there tonight." "Be as you are" is my new mantra!
Guest More than 1 year ago
For anyone who never feels as happy as they do when their feet are in the sand...for those of us who live for the smell of the ocean when they step off the plane. This CD will get me through in between vacations and keep me dreaming of the day that I can make my life a permanent vacation. I've enjoyed Kenny's music since he first broke out, but I've never consistently loved every song on a CD like I do this one.
Guest More than 1 year ago
So I ran to the store as soon as Midterms were over to buy this CD. Of course I love it, but most of the songs were slow, and I prefer the faster, more upbeat ones. However, I still LOVE Kenny and the rest of his CD's!!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
As gratifying as it is to hear Chesney strip away the Nashville gloss of his earlier albums, it will take listeners with a high threshold for cynicism to enjoy this adulatory billet doux. The odes to joy grow tiresome by mid-album, and the singular focus takes on the myopia of a religious awakening. One might be tempted to think that Chesney's adopting Jimmy Buffet's party life, but in reality he's more interested in swinging blissfully in a hammock. And while this contentedness is pleasant for a song or two, the happy-go-lucky beach bum's life lacks the drama needed to fuel lastingly compelling stories. ¶ The gentle production and light melodies are a nice turn, showing Chesney to be a gifted singer in addition to the star he's already proved himself to be. Buffet's fans are likely to find this hasn't enough grit or emotional depth to pique their interest, and Chesney's fans are going to be split among those who truly enjoy this breezy turn and those who wonder what happened to the singer's country roots. The rest of us will sip a few songs and then move on to something more substantial. ¶ 3-1/2 stars, if allowed fractional ratings.
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