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There are certain milestones in an artist's career that would seem to inspire a moment of reflection. Yet as Craig Morgan put the finishing touches on THIS OLE BOY, an album marking more than ten years since the release of his self-titled debut album back in 2000, the singer/songwriter has a surprising reaction when asked for his thoughts on his decade-long run.Total shock.

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 31, 2006)
  • Original Release Date: 2006
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Broken Bow
  • ASIN: B000IU381A
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #67,828 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Little Bit Of Life
2. International Harvester
3. Tough
4. I Am
5. The Ballad Of Mr. Jenkins
6. Nothin' Goin' Wrong Around Here
7. Sweet Old Fashion Goodness
8. I Guess You Had To Be There
9. The Song
10. My Kind Of Woman
11. Look At 'Em Fly

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When you look at the Country Music world it is made up of a lot of different types of people but there is no question that Craig Morgan is Country!. Craig live a country lifestyle, he is a dedicated family man with 4 children, a former Army Ranger and an avid outdoors man. He drives Ford trucks has 4 dogs and his favorite album of all time is John Conlee's Greatest Hits. This new album reflects his passion for a country life. In concert and on his CD's Craig is able to express his emotions and reverence for that life and his fans love that about him. 2005 was a very busy year for Craig Morgan. The release of My Kind Of Livin' marked his 3rd album release. The 1st single from that album " "That's What I Love About Sunday" served notice to Country fans, radio and retail that this was the beginning of something very special. "Sunday" went on tot he #1 position at radio and held that spot for 5 consecutive weeks and ended the year as the MOST PLAYED single of the year. The follow-up single "Redneck Yacht Club" continued that pattern and made its way to the #1 position as well. Craig Morgan was one of only 3 artists to have back to back #1 singles during the year and to top it all off Craig was nominated for an ACM award in the Top New Male Vocalist category. Not bad for a kid from Kingston Springs, TN.

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Since Craig Morgan continues to belabor the fact that he's just a regular guy, it should come as no surprise that his fourth album is nothing special. Morgan's voice is pretty ordinary, and the material leaves no country cliché unturned. If he is what he sings, Morgan is a small-town, tractor-driving, church-going, beer-drinking ("now and then"), family-loving, flag-waving, one-woman Southern man. He is, as he sings in "I Am," "just like you, baseball, and apple pie." He's also a guy whose conception of "Sweet Old Fashion Goodness" doesn't preclude an occasional "little bit of yeehaw in the hay," as he sings in the title track. Ballads bring out the best in Morgan, but he has to learn to distinguish between the disarmingly tender ("Tough") and the hokey ("The Ballad of Mr. Jenkins"). --Don McLeese

Customer Reviews

Every single song has number one single potential!
M. Duncan
I absolutely love this CD, and I'm not usually even a fan of country music.
W. Finnerty
My wife and I have been looking forward to this record for a long time.
Heath McClure

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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By BiGDaDDySGirL on November 1, 2006
Format: Audio CD
I have anxiously awaited the release of this album ever since it was announced he was back in the studio recording! He packs so much feeling and emotion into his music and sings about the everyday things in life that most everybody can relate to. You'll feel as if you are living the songs.

He has an amazing, unique voice that keeps fans coming back for more.

Although I feel he doesnt receive the recognition he so rightly deserves, Craig is one of THE BEST musicians and entertainers out there today - hands down!! I have witnessed firsthand how personable he is and how much he appreciates his fans. I love the values he has and what he represents. He truly is a fantastic entertainer in every sense of the word. Run out, dont walk, and buy this album. It's his best work yet. He just keeps getting better and better!!!
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Heath McClure on November 1, 2006
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My wife and I have been looking forward to this record for a long time. Craig is, without question, our favorite country artist. He delivers quality vocals, thoughtful lyrics, and first-rate entertainment. This is true of his past three records, and it's true of *Little Bit of Life* as well.

This is the kind of record that is good for any occassion. Last night I danced with my three kids to Little Bit of Life (track one), I Am (track four), and International Harvester (track two). My kids (6, 4, & 2) are crazy about the record too. This is also a perfect record to listen to with your significant other while sitting on the porch sipping a tasty merlot or other spirit-warming beverage.

The theme of this record is love of God, family, and country. But it is so much more. This record is fun, entertaining, thought-provoking, and just plain good country music.

If you like traditional country music with a modern flare, you will love this record. If you like a voice that is country and strong, you will love this record. If you like to be inspired by the music you listen to, you will love this record. And if you like music about what it is like to live the good life (properly defined), you will love this record.

Craig, keep up the good work! And keep making great music!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By M. Duncan on November 2, 2006
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What an amazing CD! On a scale of 1-10, I give "Little Bit of Life" a 50! Every single song has number one single potential! Craig's crystal-clear tone, powerful vocals, emotional delivery, and undeniable songwriting style all combine to make this his best CD yet! And that's saying a lot since his previous CD, "My Kind of Livin", produced Country music's 2005 most played song of the year ("That's What I Love About Sundays")! If you're looking for a pure country CD with a little modern flavor, look no further than "Little Bit of Life"!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By LD 825571 on August 28, 2007
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I just saw Craig in concert at our local state fair, which is fairly small compared to the Lower 48. Craig put on an awesome show and I'd go see him again, if I could. His voice is awesome, the songs were great and I have no doubt, that if you like country music, songs with feeling, you will like this CD!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By C. Dionne VINE VOICE on January 27, 2008
Format: Audio CD
normally I wouldn't race over here to give my two cents on a CD because honestly I don't know all that much about music (besides knowing what I like and what inspires me) technical terms and all that music jargon leaves me completely lost but I do love this CD! I got lucky enough to win a copy recently and received my copy in the mail today. Just seconds into the first song I was already tapping my feet and singing right along (albeit not in tune since I didn't really know the song). The second song INTERNATIONAL HARVERSTER had me laughing out loud because living out here in the country we often see farm vehicles driving down the road with a trail of cars behind them. The whole CD is simply wonderful but the song that really touched me is the 3rd song on the CD - TOUGH. Craig Morgan drives home just how tough women and mothers really are since so often we go without sleep, time for ourselves, and basic necessities even in order to care for our families. WIth this song though it takes it a step further as the woman he's singing about is diagnosed with cancer and has to fight just to live but through it all never gives up. It's such a beautiful heartwarming song full of hope that I had tears in my eyes after listening to it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By C. Ridgill on November 1, 2007
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I own this album and it is by far one the most enjoyable one that I have bought this year. Tough is such a great song because it hits straight to the heart of me. I think it is not to be understated just how many breast cancer survivors and surviving family members of those who loose their battle will be blessed by the spirit of that song. Cudos to Craig for his great effort and powerful voice. And I hate to bash critics because I'm sure they have their reasons, but I think Don Mcleese's review was very passive and dismissing. It seems it was done huriedly and that he did not listen to all the songs all the way through as true fans do. He quotes lines from the songs as filler to make it seem as though he didn't just play the samples and quickly assess the whole meaning of the song.. a few of which are aimed at enjoying life and taking it easy.. and just perhaps a little less seriously
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