This Time

This Time

by Dwight Yoakam
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This Time 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Any music of Dwight Yoakam's is Great! You will go back for more. I did. Norma
Guest More than 1 year ago
Dwight Yoakam hit his commercial zenith with this excellent 1993 release. The hits were plentiful, as Yoakam scored with the cinematic feel of the grand ¿Thousand Miles From Nowhere¿, the B-3 organ, guitar driven ¿Fast As You¿ and the Grammy winning ¿Ain¿t That Lonely Yet¿, a beautiful record that made me appreciate country music. Suprisingly, it was not written by Yoakam. Written by Kostas, Yoakam¿s only frequent collaborator ( ¿Turn It On, Turn It Up, Turn Me Loose¿, ¿Nothing¿, and three songs here ), and James House, the song¿s lyrics are perfectly suited for Yoakam¿s style. Naturally, what stand out over time are the Yoakam originals. They range from the western, bluesy swing of ¿King Of Fools¿ to the haunting ¿Home For Sale¿, highlighted by organist, Skip Edwards, Yoakam¿s soulful guitar strumming and the always tasteful guitar work of Pete Anderson. And, especially after hearing soulful versions of ¿Lonesome Roads¿ and ¿Two Doors Down¿ on the 1995 Dwight Live! album, I realize that there is really not a weak track here, making this a great introductory album to Yoakam¿s sound. The lyrics on these songs, are as always, first rate, and they just make another case for Yoakam as one of music¿s great storytellers. Couple this with his ear and his music writing abilities, and he is in my opinion, one of the most important songwriters of the 20th century.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Definitive Dwight Yoakam album. Full of beautiful songs and melodies, e.g. "Pocket of a Clown" and "This Time." Every song is great, from the polished "Thousand Miles from Nowhere" to the raw "Wild Ride," from the honky tonk ballads "Two Doors Down" or "Lonesome Roads" to the rocker "Fast as You". Dwight won a Grammy for "Ain't that Lonely Yet," but he could have won for just about any song on this fantastic album which shows him really hitting his stride as a songwriter, e.g. on "Home for Sale" and performer, with one of the best in the business, Pete Anderson, playing lead guitar and producing.
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