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Halfway to Heaven [Enhanced Edition] * by Brantley Gilbert (CD, Sep-2011, Valory)

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Album Features
UPC:843930004898
Artist:Brantley Gilbert
Format:CD
Release Year:2011
Record Label:Valory
Genre:Country Rock, Rock & Pop

Track Listing
1. Hell on Wheels
2. Bendin' the Rules & Breakin' the Law
3. Back in the Day
4. My Kinda Crazy
5. Kick It in the Sticks
6. Halfway to Heaven
7. Savin' Amy
8. Country Must Be Country Wide
9. Take It Outside
10. Them Boys
11. Fall Into Me
12. Dirt Road Anthem
13. More Than Miles
14. You Don't Know Her Like I Do
15. Hell on an Angel
16. Country Must Be Country Wide [Music Video]/Kick It in the Sticks [Music Video]/Brantley Gilbert "Up Close" [Video]

Details
Playing Time:60 min.
Contributing Artists:Colt Ford
Producer:Jess Franklin, Brantley Gilbert, Jonathan Waggoner, The Atom Brothers
Distributor:Universal Distribution
Recording Mode:Stereo
SPAR Code:n/a

Album Notes
Personnel: Brantley Gilbert (vocals, acoustic guitar); The Atom Brothers (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, background vocals); Dann Huff, Jonathan Waggoner (acoustic guitar); Jess Franklin (electric guitar, slide guitar, dobro, Hammond b-3 organ, background vocals); Davis Causey, John Merlino (electric guitar); Dan Dugmore (steel guitar, lap steel guitar); Paul Franklin (steel guitar); A.J. Adams (dobro); Andy Carlson (violin, viola); Jane Van Voorhis (cello); Randall Bramblett (piano, organ); Will Doughty (piano, Hammond b-3 organ); Ben Sims , Gerry Hansen (drums); Eric Darken (percussion); Brandon Hicks, Rachel Farley, Tom Ryan (background vocals).Recording information: Blackbird Studios, Nashville, TN; Chase Park Transduction, Athens, GA; Earthworks Studio, Newark, OH; John Keane Studio, Athens, GA; Studio 1093, Athens, GA.Photographers: Lyn Sengupta; Justin Key.It wouldn't be out of line to call Brantley Gilbert a country rocker or an outlaw country artist, but don't let those terms conjure nostalgic images of Willie and Waylon in your head, because they mean something different when applied to Gilbert's generation of Nashville rebels. For one thing, he's nobody's cowboy -- in an industry where image tells all, Gilbert's leather jacket, motorcycle, and close-shaved cranium make him look more likely to pal around with Rancid than with Tim McGraw, and that's just the tip of the iceberg. While Gilbert has cited the influence of fellow Georgians R.E.M. and the B-52's, these inspirations are inaudible on his second album, Halfway to Heaven. A more accurate assessment of his musical roots is made on his Southern pride anthem "Kick It In the Sticks," where he shouts out "AC/DC, Hank, Skynyrd, and George Strait" over huge, hard-rocking riffs worthy of the first name on that list. Exactly which Hank he's referring to is uncertain, because with an artist like Gilbert, it's just as likely to be the second or even the third. Of course, the equally tough-sounding "Country Must Be Country Wide" does indeed find Gilbert singing about radio stations "playin' Cash, Hank, Willie and Waylon," but the biting rock feel running throughout much of Halfway to Heaven suggests that those are bad-ass icons emblazoned on his personal Mt. Rushmore more than direct musical influences. Granted, romantic ballads like "My Kind of Crazy" and "Fall into Me" are the kind of tunes that seem tailor-made for the top of the country charts, and they're obviously a part of what Gilbert is about, but everything else about Halfway to Heaven seems to mark Gilbert as a rock & roll roughneck, albeit one with the requisite soft underbelly. ~ J. Allen

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Created: 02/01/13

Great new cd and great new artist !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Yes, I would recommend this product to a friend.

Excellent cd !!!!!!!!!!!!! Great new artist and really like the duo with Colt Ford!!!!!!!! The videos at the end are great tooo!!!!!!!!

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Created: 01/19/12

Greeatttt cd

Yes, I would recommend this product to a friend.

Im buying this cd for my husband who does nothing but talk about how great all his songs are. So its a suprise non the less.

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