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I Love It

Craig Morgan (クレイグ・モーガン)

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ジャンル
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カタログNo
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75672
組み枚数
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1
レーベル
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オリジナル盤発売年
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2003
フォーマット
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CD
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Chris McHugh(Drums),  Craig Morris(Bass),  Jeff King(Guitar (Electric)),  Jimmy Nichols(Keyboards),  Jimmy Nichols(Piano),  Jonathan Yudkin(Piano),  Larry Beard(Guitar (Acoustic)),  Larry Paxton(Drums),  Mike Brignardello(Bass),  Paul Leim(Drums),  Craig Morris(Strings),  Glen Duncan(Fiddle),  Jimmy Nichols(Organ (Hammond)),  Larry Beard(Banjo),  Larry Beard(Mandolin),  Lee Hilliard(Strings),  Craig Morgan(Producer),  D. Scott Miller(Producer),  Dan Friszell(Engineer),  Benny Quinn(Mastering),  Blake Mevis(Executive Producer),  Buddy Cannon(Composer),  Chris Bain(Composer),  Craig Morgan(Composer),  Craig Morris(Composer),  David Haskell(Photography),  Derek Bason(Mixing Engineer),  Don Koch(Composer),  Donald Bailey(Design),  Eric Bickel(Assistant Engineer),  Jeff Carson(Composer),  Jeremy Campbell(Composer),  Jimmy Melton(Composer),  Jimmy Yeary(Composer),  Kerry Kurt Phillips(Composer),  Neal Coty(Composer),  Nicole Cochran(Production Coordination),  Noah Gordon(Composer),  Phil O'Donnell(Composer),  Steve Dean(Composer),  Willis R. Nance(Composer),  Craig Morgan(Harmony),  Russell Terrell(Harmony),  Billy Sherrill(Tracking),  Randy Hardison

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In 2000, Craig Morgan dipped his toes into the current of country music with a self-titled album on a dying Nashville label. That album yielded Something to Write Home About, which introduced Morgan to a CMT video audience and modest radio airplay. Now backed by Broken Bow Records, Morgan's first single, Almost Home, from the new I Love It disc, is a mere sampling of a pleasingly diverse CD. On the fun side, Morgan sings about the almighty dollar in Money, a real toe-tapper. Look at Us, with its plucky string riffs, has a rolling melody fit for head bopping, as does Where Has My Hometown Gone, about revisiting a strange and now unfamiliar stomping ground with a mini-mall where squirrel hunters used to stalk their prey. The subject matter may not always be weighty, but the writing (Morgan co-wrote most the cuts) is believable and well-crafted. Especially noteworthy are ballads like Every Friday Afternoon, which may well be the album's prime cut. Morgan captures the heart-wrenching duplicity of two stories about letting go: one about the girl leaving the boy seamlessly interwoven with the story of a father and child. Because of his tenure in the United States Army, it is no surprise that Morgan includes God, Family and Country. In the post 9/11 world, a token patriotic cut graces almost every album, but the singer's experiences justify the patriotism. It is obvious that Craig Morgan's career is taking on new meaning and direction with the release of I Love It. The material is solid, the performance is quality, and the collection is worthy of attention. ~ Rick Cohoon, Rovi

収録曲   

  • 01. I Love It (03:15)
  • 02. Almost Home (04:49)
  • 03. Look at Us (02:35)
  • 04. In the Dream (04:18)
  • 05. You Never Know (03:05)
  • 06. What You Do to Me (03:21)
  • 07. Every Friday Afternoon (03:53)
  • 08. Where Has My Hometown Gone (03:43)
  • 09. Always Be Mine (03:24)
  • 10. Money (02:37)
  • 11. God, Family and Country (03:26)

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Craig Morgan

Singer/songwriter Craig Morgan was an army brat before he opted for a career in music. Born and raised in Nashville, Morgan was already a country music fan with dreams of playing guitar and making it big. But before his musical dreams could become reality, Morgan spent time serving in the U.S. Army, where he had a very respectable career and achieved high honors during peace and wartime. It was al

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