Brad Paisley

May 24, 2011 by Post Team 

Brad PaisleyBrad Paisley, Country music has sometimes been described as three chords and the truth, but leave it to Brad Paisley to show how much broader the genre may be on his new album, “This is Country Music.” Produced by longtime collaborator Frank Rogers, Paisley ninth album pays homage to the influences that have shaped his career hit full of West Virginia natives, and some are refreshingly unexpected, including a tribute to the legendary surf guitarist Dick Dale “Working on a Tan,” and the nod to Italian composer Ennio Morricone in the western instrumental “Eastwood.”
Paisley wrote or co-wrote 12 of the 15 subjects, and although the album is musically diverse, lyrically the songs are anchored in themes of love, loss, hope and despair that have long defined the country format. The title track starts the album, providing a model for the songs that follow, and some of the verses that he and co-writer Chris Dubois wrote that they do in the final version due to time used on the album interludes small introduction to other songs. Everything is woven together to provide a reflective and creative in the genre of the Queen of Country Music Association Entertainer of the Year.

Vocally, Paisley has never sounded better, and guitarist struts his stuff as everywhere, the ability to complement the mood and tone of each tune. Set up an interesting mix of special guests including Don Henley, Carrie Underwood, Sheryl Crow, Alabama, Blake Shelton, Clint Eastwood and Marty Stuart. Country music is the ambassador of the most talented young has issued a love letter to its highest art form with “This is Country Music.”

What songs from “This is Country Music” can be added to the great successes of Paisley? Here is our Twitter long track-by-track review of each song.

You be the judge: What do you think of Brad Paisley is Country Music “album? Tweet us your opinion @ billboarddotcom (using hashtag # bbpaisley). The best tweets will be posted on in the coming days.

“This is Country Music” – From childhood cancer patriotism Jesus, there is no issue that does not deal with country music and this song celebrates the virtues of the genre, while the name check of some of its icons.

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