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Album: Easton Corbin
# Song Title   Time
1)    Roll With It Album Version More Info... 3:28
2)    A Little More Country Than That Album Version More Info... 2:52
3)    This Far From Memphis Album Version More Info... 3:18
4)    The Way Love Looks More Info... 2:42
5)    Someday When I'm Old Album Version More Info... 3:22
6)    Don't Ask Me About A Woman Album Version More Info... 3:37
7)    I Can't Love You Back Album Version More Info... 4:05
8)    A Lot To Learn About Livin' Album Version More Info... 3:47
9)    Let Alone You Album Version More Info... 3:15
10)    That'll Make You Wanna Drink Album Version More Info... 3:27
11)    Leavin' A Lonely Town Album Version More Info... 3:23
 
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Performer Notes
  • Personnel: Biff Watson (acoustic guitar, gut-string guitar); James Mitchell , Brent Mason (electric guitar); Paul Franklin (steel guitar); Larry Franklin (mandolin, fiddle); Gary Prim (piano, Hammond b-3 organ, Wurlitzer organ, keyboards); Eddie Bayers (drums); Wes Hightower (background vocals).
  • Audio Mixer: John Kelton.
  • Recording information: Sound Stage Studios; The Sound Emporium, Nashville, TN; The Sound Station, Nashville, TN.
  • Photographer: James Minchin III.
  • If the honky tonk nation gathered and rejoiced publicly every time an artist came along with a sound steeped in the past -- which is rarer in the 21st century than a two-headed dog -- the cheers would have been deafening when Easton Corbin's "A Little More Country Than That" first hit the airwaves. The Top Ten single, from Corbin's 2010 self-titled album, is as old school as it gets. Producer Carson Chamberlain's new penny polish and Corbin's traditional twang balance each other out nicely. Corbin's debut is jam-packed with the sounds of yesterday. From the opening cut, the chugging "Roll with It," to the disc-closing "Leavin' a Lonely Town," a jangly number with stinging steel and forlorn fiddle, Corbin delivers a stone solid country collection. The latter could be a lost song from Steve Earle's groundbreaking Guitar Town sessions. The album's standout track, the cleverly titled "I Can't Love You Back," is a hardcore power ballad that aims straight for the heart. Corbin turns out a hanky-worthy vocal performance. Corbin's traditionally tinted voice isn't his only asset; the Florida native co-wrote four of the album's songs, including the funny-bone slam "That'll Make You Wanna Drink." Fans of George Strait will notice Corbin sounds a lot like "King George," which when you think about it, isn't really a bad thing at all. Now let's have a big cheer from the honky tonk nation. ~ Todd Sterling
Professional Reviews
Rolling Stone (p.84) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "Corbin's got promise; like George Strait, he embraces easygoingness as a musical signature and a philosophy."

Billboard - "Easton Corbin displays excellent song sense while offering an easygoing vocal style on his finely crafted self-titled debut album."
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