Three Chord Country and American Rock & Roll

Three Chord Country and American Rock & Roll

by Keith Anderson
4.5 4

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Product Details

Release Date: 05/03/2005
Label: Arista
UPC: 0828767845722
catalogNumber: 78457

Tracks

  1. Three Chord Country and American Rock & Roll  - Keith Anderson
  2. Podunk  - Keith Anderson
  3. Wrap Around  - Keith Anderson
  4. XXL  - Keith Anderson
  5. Pickin' Wildflowers  - Keith Anderson
  6. Every Time I Hear Your Name  - Keith Anderson
  7. Stick It  - Keith Anderson
  8. Plan B  - Keith Anderson
  9. Lazy With Your Love  - Keith Anderson
  10. The Clothes Don't Make the Man  - Keith Anderson
  11. I'll Know When I Get There  - Keith Anderson

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Keith Anderson   Primary Artist,Vocals
Eric Darken   Percussion,Lap Steel Guitar
Brian Barnett   Piano,Drums
Chad Cromwell   Drums
Tony Harrell   Piano,Hammond Organ,Wurlitzer,Synthesizer Strings
Jerry Jones   Guitar,Electric Guitar
Chris McHugh   Drums
Greg Morrow   Drums
Russ Pahl   Banjo,Pedal Steel Guitar,Jew's Harp,Lap Steel Guitar,Juice Harp
Kip Raines   Background Vocals
Michael Rhodes   Bass,Bass Guitar
John Willis   Acoustic Guitar,Electric Guitar,national steel guitar
Jonathan Yudkin   Fiddle,Percussion,Strings
Tom Hambridge   Vocals,Background Vocals
Jeffrey Steele   Background Vocals
Michael Rojas   Organ,Piano,Keyboards
Vicky McGehee   Vocals,Background Vocals
Tom Bukovac   Electric Guitar
Danny Myrick   Background Vocals
Michael "Mike Dee" Johnson   Pedal Steel Guitar
Ethan Pilzer   Bass
Keith Anderson   Fiddle,Background Vocals
Keith Anderson   Background Vocals
Adam Shoenfeld   Guitar,Electric Guitar
Chip Matthews   Vocals,Background Vocals
Steven Sheehan   Acoustic Guitar
John Rich   Background Vocals
3Ring Circus Singers   Background Vocals
Bob Hatter   Guitar,Vocals,Background Vocals,Talk Box
Phillip Sanders   Acoustic Guitar,Background Vocals
Ethan Pilser   Bass
Steve Mackey   Bass,Bass Guitar
Phillip Sanders   Acoustic Guitar

Technical Credits

Bob DiPiero   Composer
Tony Green   Engineer
Craig Wiseman   Composer
Tom Hambridge   Composer
Kim Williams   Composer
Jeffrey Steele   Composer,Producer,Audio Production
Bart Pursley   Engineer
Vicky McGehee   Composer
Terry Alldaffer   Engineer
Joni Wilson   Composer
Joey Turner   Engineer
Katherine Stratton   Cover Design
Allen Brown   Publicity
Erick Jaskowiak   Engineer
Astrid Herbold May   Art Direction
Chip Matthews   Engineer
John Rich   Producer,Audio Production
Keith Anderson   Composer
Arlis Albritton   Composer

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Three Chord Country and American Rock & Roll 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Until now Country music didn't have anything even close to Keith Anderson! This artist is just what Country Radio and fans of Country music needed. I was hesitant to buy this CD because in the past I have fallen victim to the "New Artist, Only One Good Song CD" syndrome and have gotten stuck with a CD where after that one song has been played to death, the CD is as good as a coaster DEFINATELY NOT THE CASE HERE!!!! There is not one bad song on this entire CD. Not one song that you would skip over. Whether it's foot stompin', get you dancing in your seat, rocking songs like, "Three Chords Country and American Rock & Roll" and "Pickin Wildflowers", all around good- time fun songs that show Keith's sense of humor, like "XXL or "Stick It", or the Country "ballad/love story song" that makes your heart skip a beat like, "Lazy with Your Love" or "Every Time I Hear Your Name", there will be something on here for both guys and gals to enjoy. Keith Anderson is the real deal. He's the guy the ladies can't help but fall in love with and the guys want to party with. Everyone can relate to and enjoy his music. Take a peek at the music samples this is a definate must have! Trust me, you won't be sorry!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I bought this CD after seeing him in concert, and LOVE IT!!! If you've never seen him live, Go See Him. He is really good. The concert is like on huge party.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I love the song picken wildflowers i can't waite to get this cd and add it to my cd collection.I hope that he will come out with another cd very soon from what i have herad on the radio they play that song a lot i think that he will have a lot of sucses in his futer as a country music artist. joanna
Guest More than 1 year ago
There's no disputing that this is catchy music, and that John Rich's production on the title track will simply leap from radios and grab listeners by the ears. But for all the pyrotechnics, this would a lot more exciting if it weren't so derivative of Big & Rich's first blockbuster project, Gretchen Wilson's "Here for the Party." The boogie vibe, the celebration of redneck living and callouts to Bocephus, Roger Miller and ZZ Top were fresher the first time around. Even the title track's cadence smacks of Wilson's groundbreaking debut. The bulk of the album, produced by Jeffrey Steele, keeps a rock 'n' roll guitar heart solidly beating under the country vocals -- readymade for beer-soaked summer concert venues. Highlights include "Podunk," which replays the small-town malaise of Steve Earle's "Guitar Town" protagonists, the lost-love "Plan B," and the hard-scrabble musician's life of "I'll Know When I Get There." It's a lot of fun (mostly loud, slickly produced, in your face fun), if not particularly original. 3-1/2 stars, if allowed fractional ratings.