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STARTIN' WITH ME

Jake Owen

Genre: Country
Artist/Group Name: Jake Owen
Release Date: 07/25/2006
Original Release Date: 2006
Length of CD: 38:34
Label: Arista

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# of Discs: 1
Total Time: 38:34

Disc 1
1. Bad in Me, The
2. Something About a Woman
3. Startin' with Me
4. Yee Haw
5. Ghosts
6. Eight Second Ride
7. Hard Not to Love You
8. Bottle and Me, The
9. Places to Run
10. Long Night with You
11. You Can Thank Dixie
Track Listing
# of Discs: 1
Total Time: 38:34
1. Bad in Me, The
2. Something About a Woman
3. Startin' with Me
4. Yee Haw
5. Ghosts
6. Eight Second Ride
7. Hard Not to Love You
8. Bottle and Me, The
9. Places to Run
10. Long Night with You
11. You Can Thank Dixie
Release Notes

Personnel: Jake Owen; Jimmy Ritchey (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, baritone guitar, mandolin); Brent Mason (acoustic guitar, electric guitar); B. James Lowry (acoustic guitar); David Grissom, Pat Buchanan (electric guitar); Paul Franklin (steel guitar, lap steel guitar, dobro); Jonathan Yudkin (violin, viola, cello, strings); Larry Franklin (fiddle); Kirk "Jelly Roll" Johnson (harmonica); Kenny Aronoff (drums); Eric Darken (percussion); John Wesley Ryles, Lisa Cochran, Wes Hightower (background vocals); Randy Owen.
Audio Mixers: Clarke Schleicher; Jeff Balding.
Recording information: Blackbird Studios, Nashville, TN; Fox Ridge Studios, Brentwood, TN; Ocean Way Studios, Nashville, TN; OmniSound Studios, Nashville, TN; SOund Kitchen, Franklin, TN; Westlake Studios, Nashville, TN; Westwood Studios, Los Angeles, CA.
24-year-old country singer Jake Owen debuts with the self-assured--and largely self-written--STARTIN' WITH ME, a solid example of contemporary Nashville country that doesn't neglect its traditional roots. Neither as slick as Keith Urban nor as rock-influenced as Muzik Mafia types like Big & Rich or Gretchen Wilson, the Florida-born Owen is a contemporary analogue to the New Traditionalists of the 1980s. Though the debut single "Yee Haw" and the rebel-rousing album closer "You Can Thank Dixie" kick up a Toby Keith-style roadhouse fuss, old-school ballads like "Ghosts" are Owen's strong suit.

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