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Feelin' Good Train

Sammy Kershaw (サミーカーショウ)

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ジャンル
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カタログNo
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522125
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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1994
フォーマット
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CD
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Brent Mason(Guitar (Electric)),  Danny Parks(Guitar),  David Paul Briggs(Piano),  George Jones(Vocals),  Lonnie Wilson(Drums),  Mike Chapman(Bass),  Mike Chapman(Guitar (Steel)),  Mike Lawler(Keyboards),  Paul Leim(Drums),  Reggie Young(Guitar (Electric)),  Sammy Kershaw(Vocals),  Sonny Garrish(Guitar (Steel)),  Cindy Richardson Walker(Vocals (Background)),  Curtis Young(Vocals (Background)),  Dennis Wilson(Vocals (Background)),  Gary Burr(Vocals (Background)),  JoEl Sonnier(Accordion),  Joey Miskulin(Accordion),  Mac Mcanally(Vocals (Background)),  Rob Hajacos(Fiddle),  Russell Smith(Vocals (Background)),  Buddy Cannon(Producer),  Jim Cotton(Engineer),  Joe Scaife(Engineer),  Norro Wilson(Producer),  George Jones(Performer),  Jim Foster(Composer),  Larry T. Wilson(Composer),  Mark C. Petersen(Composer),  Stephen D. Cohen(Composer)

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National Working Woman's Holiday was a perfect example of Sammy Kershaw's strengths and weaknesses: few people, if any, had sung about the psychological toll the economic reality of the two-income family took on Southern men whose mothers had probably stayed at home to raise them. He still sounds too much like George Jones to be a great singer (just try to tell the two apart on the duet Never Bit a Bullet Like This -- just try), but he gets in a couple of strong ballads with If You Every Come This Way Again and Southbound. Feelin' Good Train also contains a cover of the Amazing Rhythm Aces' 1975 hit Third Rate Romance. ~ Brian Mansfield, Rovi

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  • 01. Feelin' Good Train (03:34)
  • 02. Third Rate Romance (03:21)
  • 03. If You Ever Come This Way Again (03:19)
  • 04. National Working Woman's Holiday (03:09)
  • 05. Southbound (04:31)
  • 06. Better Call A Preacher (02:30)
  • 07. Paradise From Nine To One (03:39)
  • 08. Too Far Gone To Leave (02:50)
  • 09. If You're Gonna Walk I'm Gonna Crawl (02:18)
  • 10. Heart That Time Forgot (03:07)
  • 11. Never Bit A Bullet (with George Jones) (02:21)

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Sammy Kershaw

Sammy Kershaw rode in on the new traditionalist wave in the early '90s, finding success with a penchant for ballads and a blend of updated honky tonk (especially the vocal stylings of George Jones), Southern rock, and a hint of Cajun flavor. But as his career progressed, Kershaw moved farther and farther into crossover-minded country-pop, which actually eroded his early following. He was born in 1

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