3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on September 8, 2010
I'm really begining to like Blake Shelton's 6-pack approach to CD's. "All About Tonight" is such fun and upbeat, and well worth getting the entire CD for that song alone. Of course the rest of the CD is pretty outstanding too. For all you Blake fans, don't miss this one!!!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on August 14, 2010
This is a great album. See Blake live and you'll understand him.....he is a funny guy...
I like the mix of serious and fun on this 6 pack.
Basically take this album and his Hillbilly Bone 6 pack.........put them together and you have a great album!
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on December 20, 2010
My dear so-called Blake Shelton "fans." You aren't being ripped off by this great country singer. Just becuase he chooses to release EPs now instead of full length albums, does not mean you get any less bang for your buck. In fact, you are getting a better deal this way. How many other artists do you know of that will let you buy a disc of only a few songs at a discounted price? I know of none. It is done this way to get music to his fans more frequently, and at a much better price. And to those of you who are saying you're paying the same price for half the songs, I'd like to know where you get five dollar CDs from in a full length form. That's a great price. Furthermore, I dont think Blake ever held a gun to anyone's head and made them but his CDs. I could be wrong there, but I imagine he would have done a little jail time for that. If you dont like the way Blake reaches out to the fans, then you could always go back and listen to your fake country boy bands, and leave the real country singers to the people who appreciate them. This guy, more than most, loves his fans, and has never missed a chance to say it or show it. He is giving music to peopel twice as often, and for half the price.
Now, as far as this CD, and his previous Six Pack, they are filled with great country music in the style that we have come to expect from Mr's Shelton for the last few years. He has a very distinct and powerful voice that resonates throught all the tracks. He makes no secret of the fact that he is having a good time doing what he loves to do. Theses CDs are filled with the loud, footstompers, the middle-of-the-road country radio tracks, and the great ballads that he has always produced. Blake Shelton continues to release great music, and he shows no signs of slowing down. While I am a fan of a good full length album, with a thick CD booklet, I can not, in any way, fault the EPs. Blake, I hope you read this, and see that you still have some real BSers out here that fully appreciate what you do for us. Those of us that know who Blake is, and what his music sounds like, you will not be dissapointed. They're prices just right for the amount of songs, and even the tracks that might be considered "filler" are great. They all stand out.
So, you can spend a few dollars on Blake's EPs, or you can blow fifteen or better on you Rascal Flatts and Taylor Swift pop discs. Go Blake!
on January 11, 2014
As I usually do, I bought this for one song I like a lot which is Who are you when I'm not looking. However, I really like all the other songs as well so I've been playing it over and over as I was driving from Houston to San Antonio and back. I like Shelton's voice - not crazy about his personality - prefer my country music artists a little less prissy - but as long as I don't have to watch him and can just listen to him, I'm a fan.
on June 19, 2014
I have to say that Blake has really taken the country music venue by storm. All About Tonight is yet another one of his many great songs and CDs. Keep them coming, Blake, because we enjoy you, we love you and we look forward to your next, your next and your next! They're always terrific!!