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Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 2, 2010)
  • Original Release Date: 2010
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Mercury Nashville
  • ASIN: B0034GK7DM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (66 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,947 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Product Description

2010 release from the Country singer/songwriter. Like his heroes George Strait and Ketih Whitley, Easton is unapologetically Country. His songs, while rooted in the present, call to mind simpler times when the back porch was where folks gathered to network. His first single, 'A Little More Country Than That,' paints a picture of rural life that speaks to Easton's small town sensibilities. ''This song identifies who I am,'' he says. ''It shows character and that's important where I'm from. You learn to say 'yes, ma'am' and 'no, sir,' and to open the door for the ladies.''

About the Artist

Born and raised in rural Gilchrist County, Fla., Easton spent much of his time on his grandparents' cattle farm after his parents divorced when he was young. A member of FFA and 4-H, Easton showed cattle at the local livestock fair. While no one in his family played a musical instrument, music was a big part of his upbringing.

"My grandparents liked to watch the Opry," Easton remembers. "We'd start Saturday night off with `Hee Haw' and then `Opry Backstage' and then `Opry Live'." When Easton was 15 years old he began taking guitar lessons; every day when he got home from school, Easton would practice guitar for hours, sometimes until his fingers were raw, then help his grandfather around the farm.

After earning a business degree through the College of Agriculture at the University of Florida, Easton took two important steps. "My wife and I got married on September 2, 2006, and on October 14 we moved to Nashville," he says. "I always knew I wanted to move up here. There was never any question about it. I didn't want to wake up one day and wish I would have tried it, but I had to get my education first so I had something to fall back on."

Like his heroes Strait and Whitley, Easton is unapologetically country. His songs, while rooted in the present, call to mind simpler times when the back porch was where folks gathered to network. His first single, "A Little More Country Than That," paints a picture of rural life that speaks to Easton's small town sensibilities. "This song identifies who I am," he says. "It shows character and that's important where I'm from. You learn to say `yes, ma'am' and `no, sir,' and to open the door for the ladies."

Customer Reviews

I highly recommend this cd for all George Fans.
pavixen88
I grew up listening to country music as a child but ventured away from the genre when the sound became more influenced by pop and rock.
Mark
That's all it took was one listen for me to say ...WOW...this guy sounds awesome.
RAPR

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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Timothy Yap TOP 1000 REVIEWER on March 2, 2010
Format: Audio CD
Prime Cuts: This Far From Memphis, Leaving a Lonely Town, Don't Ask Me About A Woman

Behind a great record stands a great producer. Just when country music has been hijacked by the derivative rock of the 70s and the drivel of adult contemporary shtick of the 90s, this record is the avatar that there's still hope for fans of the traditional persuasion. This album's raison detre is to a large measure due to presence of producer Carson Chamberlain. Being the man who wrote some of country music's cornerstone pieces such as George Strait's chart topper "The Best Day," Alan Jackson's "Love's Got a Hold on You" and Tanya Tucker's classic tearjerker "(Without You) What Do I Do With Me," Chamberlain has given this disc a traditional push that sets this release apart from the current radio fare with nary a cacophonous chorus of noise or screeching electric guitar riffs. Rather, listening to this CD calls to mind an amalgam of the countrified sounds of George Strait, the mournful cries of Keith Whitley and the tropical escapism of Kenny Chesney. Vocally, Easton Corbin does have a southern drawled tenor that calls to mind the aforementioned Chesney without sounding too distinctive. Nevertheless, it's the songs that make this record a stand out.

First and foremost, Easton Corbin is to be congratulated for his hard work in learning from the best country music in town. You could almost hear Alan Jackson singing "Don't Ask Me About a Woman." This is the type of record that made Alan Jackson such a superstar: clever use of words over a humorous take on the gender divide all over an infectious melody. And Easton Corbin is wizened to take this a signature hit to come and make it his very own.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By James Hightower on March 13, 2010
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A most impressive debut album. It seems country music may have found an artist worthy of carrying the torch. A true country album from start to finish. It is in my opinion the best release since George Strait's It Just Comes Natural. I've listened straight through the cd at least 20 times by now. Not a bit of filler on this record. The stand outs are Someday when im old, This far from memphis, I cant love you back, leavin a lonely town, and roll with it.

If you want a true country record that you wont want to take out of your cd player, buy Easton Corbin. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!!!!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By JVCamp on March 3, 2010
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WOW I never take the time to do this....BUT this the best Rookie country cd IMO.. well I think Garth in 1991
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By RAPR on March 9, 2010
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YEP! It is!

This guy reminds me of the time way way back when I first heard George Strait when I was a kid. I got all crazy excited hearing Easton's first single .....one time! That's all it took was one listen for me to say ...WOW...this guy sounds awesome.

Now after hearing all of his debut cd I am MORE than impressed. I grew up on Merle Haggard, Waylon Jennings, Willie, Cash, etc. and this guy is bringing country BACK!!!!

I, like others, are disgusted by the bubblegum pop crap "country" that doesn't belong even being called country nowadays. The radio is repulsive in my mind so I don't really listen to it. I usually come to Amazon and look up artists I like and discover other artists like Easton by accident.

My 4 favorite artists are (no particular order) Jamey Johnson (amazing amazing amazing 1,000,000% country) , Gary Allan (most underrated COUNTRY artist from day 1) , George Strait (the KING), and now Easton Corbin!

Those artists ARE country!

I hope Easton has a career that people only dream of and he has many many albums to come. I hope he doesn't fall off the map like Blaine Larsen (a great young kid with an amazing country voice). I'm also praying he doesn't fall into the wrong hands of Nashville like Kenny Chesney did. Listen to Kenny's first 2 or 3 cds, then listen to his newer work! He went downhill faster than a snowball in hell!

I would believe the great country boys of the past that have passed on are 2 steppin in the grave knowing this dude is rockin some real country tunes. Hope we can let Nashville (crapville, whatever u wanna call em) know that this is what we want pumped out of there, NOT anymore Taylor Puking Swift and the like!

You want new country? Buy this album, both Jamey Johnsons, and all of Gary Allans and you are good to go!

NOW THIS IS COUNTRY!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on March 7, 2010
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Nashville finally signs someone that is actually a country music artist. This guy is great! I feel like it's been 10 years or more since we actually heard a traditional country artist. There have been quite a few new artist over the years who started out country, but Nashville slowly changed them (album by album) to a more contemporary sound. This guy is a star, but I hope he sticks to singing true songs from his heart and not what Nashville tries to push down his throat.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Gabriel Santistevan on March 7, 2010
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After some thought, I finally decided to pick up this CD because I really liked "A Little More Country Than That". This is a great debut CD, my faves are "Roll With It" "Don't Ask Me About A Woman", and "The Way Love Looks".

I also realized how much he sounds like George Strait! He might be the next George if his future work has material like this! 5 Stars!!
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