Lady Antebellum Own The Night

September 13, 2011 by Post Team 

Lady Antebellum Own The NightLady Antebellum Own The Night, In an effort to break new ground in their recently released album, ‘We Own the Night, “Lady Antebellum sometimes forget their strengths and weaknesses.

Transportation unique, imaginative lyrics and catchy tunes have made the country superstar trio in five years. But nobody will be confused by Ronnie Dunn Charles Kelley, Hillary Scott and Carrie Underwood.

A handful of songs on ‘We Own the Night “depend too much on the vocal powers of the couple. Like most successful country singers (Kenny Chesney and Taylor Swift, for example) are not built to rise above long letters and loose. When they stretch out a note for a second or three, creating a flat spot. “I wanted more ‘is the song that suffers from this, such as” As you turn around. ”

Some others are saved by the actions and effective emotional orchestration. “Stone cold” seems a likely candidate for the next single, but radio is likely to cut out the flute solo at the end. It is a shame because although it is reminiscent of something from the movie “Titanic,” which is a good way to end a passionate and dramatic production. Once again, producer Paul Worley has done a great job balancing the layers and styles that make up an album by Lady Antebellum.

‘We Own the Night’ has a little sleepy, but did not cast a shadow on the many bright spots. “We had the Night” and “Sing Me Home ‘as fun and original as anything Lady Antebellum have registered so far. Neither should have much crossover success, which is a good thing for a band that was starting to pick up criticism for sounding too “pop.” ‘Friday Night’ is a new direction. It opens with a guitar riff that sounds borrowed from a song by Pat Benatar.

Unlike many albums, the best moments in “We Own the Night ‘is spread evenly throughout the project. Song No. 10 is “The love I found in you” – another uptempo rocker that rides on termination of violin – ‘. Stone cold “and the closer” Heart of the World “is probably the second most effective ballad behind order of songs is a prized virtue of necessity, and a woman do a great job of spacing of the peaks and valleys ‘We Own the Night. “Not all who take courageous steps land on the mainland, but it is difficult to criticize a band of risk-taking art.

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