Haywire (Deluxe Edition)

February 9, 2010 | Format: MP3

$12.49
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  • Label: MCA Nashville
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  • Total Length: 56:19
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  • ASIN: B0036EG85S
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (79 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #40,469 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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I love Josh's deep voice and his music.
R. A. Macgaren
And it think a year ago, I decided to download just one of his songs to see if it would be worth buying any of his albums, now I am addicted.
Daisy Ward
Josh Turner fans soon will discover that the wait for Turner's fourth album, "Haywire," is worth it.
J. Hutchinson

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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By J. Hutchinson on February 9, 2010
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Josh Turner fans soon will discover that the wait for Turner's fourth album, "Haywire," is worth it. The album soars over everything Josh has ever done and offers a host of songs that are completely memorable and will have you singing along and tapping your toes in no time. From the slow-dancing "Why Don't We Just Dance" to the toe-tapping "Eye Candy," any one of the songs on Turner's newest album could be a No. 1 hit.

Make room for Josh Turner because he's going to be around for a very long while.

I bought three of these CDs to send to family members scattered around the country as a Valentine gift. I would have bought four, but Amazon wouldn't let me buy more than three of one album.

Get your dancing shoes ready. Josh Turner has got himself a very big hit.

HAYWIRE FOR ALBUM OF THE YEAR
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By hyperbolium on February 12, 2010
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Turner broke out in 2003 with the throwback single "Long Black Train" and a bass voice that stopped listeners in their tracks. His bottomless notes and Southern accent seemed so innately country as to be resistant to Nashville's crossover practices. His debut was filled with slip-note piano, shuffle beats, mandolin and fiddle, and even on smoother ballads like "She'll Go On You" and "The Difference Between a Woman and a Man," there was an ache in Turner's voice that remained apiece with Travis, Cash and Haggard. His next two albums, 2005's Your Man and 2007's Everything is Fine followed similar templates, decorating his vocals with banjo, blue twang and steel, and mixing up honky-tonkers, ballads and redneck rockers.

Producer Frank Rogers (who's also worked with Brad Paisley, Daryl Worley and Trace Adkins) crafted a sound for Turner that was radio-ready without severing the singer's ties to tradition. Turner showed himself acutely aware of his special vocal charms, introducing songs like "Everything is Fine" with low notes that instantly grab your attention. On this fourth album Turner and Rogers follow the same pattern, and become a bit formulaic in the process. Turner remains a hugely engaging singer, but his songs feel more calculated to satisfy his audience than say something that's burning deep in his heart or mind.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By terpfan1980 VINE VOICE on February 9, 2010
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Like other reviewers here I'd already purchased a few of the songs that are included in this new album. It seems like it's been quite a while ago that I actually made a few of those purchases and that is probably not far from the truth as this album took a while to finally hit the streets. Now that it is here though, I can sit back and enjoy the tunes that have joined the earlier releases.

Josh Turner's voice is perfect for the songs he sings and was clearly destined for music. While he might have been able to serve as an announcer or emcee, to not have him singing would have been a waste of talent.

Turner's music easily straddles the seemingly ever-present fence between gospel and country with family friendly music, even in his romantic tunes things are suggestive at best and most of the romance is left to the listener's imagination.

This deluxe edition includes a few songs already included elsewhere, though given the number of tunes that are included those bonuses help make buying this version instead of the standard version a no-brainer.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By J. Johnson on February 10, 2010
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. Anyone who enjoys great country music will want to add this album to their collection. Pair Josh's incredible voice with good country songs and you have a winner. The range he shows and the variety of music he has on this cd will have something for everyone. If you like good music to dance to, it is here. If you enjoy love songs, they are here. If you want songs which are meaningful, they are included.

You will want to buy the Deluxe edition. The four additional songs, especially two live performances, alone, are well worth the extra cost. I have a copy in each cd player and play them over and over. We have waited a long time for this album, but it has certainly been all I hoped for and more.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By hyperbolium on February 12, 2010
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Turner broke out in 2003 with the throwback single "Long Black Train" and a bass voice that stopped listeners in their tracks. His bottomless notes and Southern accent seemed so innately country as to be resistant to Nashville's crossover practices. His debut was filled with slip-note piano, shuffle beats, mandolin and fiddle, and even on smoother ballads like "She'll Go On You" and "The Difference Between a Woman and a Man," there was an ache in Turner's voice that remained apiece with Travis, Cash and Haggard. His next two albums, 2005's Your Man and 2007's Everything is Fine followed similar templates, decorating his vocals with banjo, blue twang and steel, and mixing up honky-tonkers, ballads and redneck rockers.

Producer Frank Rogers (who's also worked with Brad Paisley, Daryl Worley and Trace Adkins) crafted a sound for Turner that was radio-ready without severing the singer's ties to tradition. Turner showed himself acutely aware of his special vocal charms, introducing songs like "Everything is Fine" with low notes that instantly grab your attention. On this fourth album Turner and Rogers follow the same pattern, and become a bit formulaic in the process. Turner remains a hugely engaging singer, but his songs feel more calculated to satisfy his audience than say something that's burning deep in his heart or mind.
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