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When Merle Haggard tells a reporter that he sees Joe Nichols as an artist who will carry his own musical legacy forward, you pay attention. In his young career, Nichols has received four Grammy nominations, won every conceivable “best new artist” award and had the New York Times name his CD Real Things one of the best recordings of the year in all musical genres.

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  • Audio CD (July 23, 2002)
  • Original Release Date: 2000
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Universal South
  • ASIN: B00006AO3C
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #24,244 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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It's not just that this Arkansas native's leathery, edgy voice conjures up Haggard, Jackson, and Travis. Too many recent case histories demonstrate that such traditionalism won't necessarily survive Music Row or radio's dictatorial requirements. Joe Nichols provides a heartening exception to that depressing rule. The songs may cover predictable ground, yet their spicy ingenuity and Nichols's hardy voice prove consistently satisfying. He tackles the philosophical tune "The Impossible" with understated finesse. The same applies to his spins on loneliness ("You Ain't Heard Nothin' Yet"), love ("Can't Hold a Halo to You"), barroom nostalgia ("Joe's Place"), and impossible women ("She Only Smokes When She Drinks"). What could have been a predictable Western-swing two-step on "You Can't Break the Fall" appears in an unexpectedly elegant, '50s cool-jazz veneer. His rendition of Tom T. Hall's loopy, satirical "Life Don't Have to Be Nothin' at All" fits glovelike into this mix. Few debuts are flawless, but this comes so close that it whets the appetite for the next time. --Rich Kienzle

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His voice is wonderful.
Mr. W. Tatum
Buy this CD...trust me, you WILL NOT regret it.
Chris
Every song on this CD is worth listening too.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By "darcy007" on April 17, 2003
Format: Audio CD
This album is a great achievement in country music! His voice, his looks, his "real" country sound, make up the total package of perfection! I never get tired of listening to this album. He's also wonderful to see "live"! He has the audience participating and it was thoroughly enjoyable!
I cannot wait for his next album to be released. I also enjoy his first album, "Six of one, Half Dozen of Another", but his voice has matured very well since then. And, for me, I am glad he doesn't look like the traditional country singer with a cowboy hat (Although he does look fantastic wearing one, that gets so old and it's like their all "clones" instead of individuals.
Keep it coming Joe!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Ronald on July 23, 2002
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Since I was a country DJ years ago and got a copy of Joe Nichols FIRST cd back in 1996, called "Joe Nichols", I've been a great fan of his. I've waited six long years for Joe to get signed to a major label, and I am not disappointed in this CD. I kind of hoped he might have included a couple of the great songs from his first CD, since no one really ever heard them on the radio as often and on as many stations as they should have been played on. His voice, the traditional feel of the music, and the subject matter are all perfect country and combine for one super listening experience. For six years I've enjoyed the first ten songs Joe Nichols has recorded, now I have 12 more to add to the rotation.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on January 9, 2003
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This is without a doubt THE best country cd of 2002, beating out Alan Jackson, Toby Keith, and Tim McGraw by a mile. Now you're probably saying no way. Well, i'm a huge fan of all three of the above artists and own all three of their new cds for 2002, but once i heard Joe Nichols cd Man With A Mission i knew who the winner was. Why? Simply because Joe's cd sounds like pure retro country. His cd is a shining example of what country music should sound like, and not the confusing "rock masquerading as country" tag that many of today's new country artists have. I mean let's be honest here: Although Emerson Drive and Shania Twain both put out fantastic cds this year that i really enjoyed, neither of those two cds are very country-sounding. Joe Nichols' voice and the production of the songs are pure country. Every track on the cd is a gem and a pure joy to listen to. I can't recommend this cd enough. I only wish i could rate it higher. This guy is gonna go places and be around for a long time, and is gonna give Alan Jackson a run for the money. Watch out, Alan, you've just been knocked down a notch. My only beef with Joe Nichols is his look. With his curly hair and clean-shaven face he looks more like he belongs in the group Creed, than singing country. I'd suggest growing some facial hair and sporting a cowboy hat.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By T. Foster on May 25, 2003
Format: Audio CD
The first time I heard his voice...I knew he had "it". "It" is that something special that comes along once in a while that makes you listen to the same song over and over again because it had that special something that stirred you. Joe Nichols not only "keeps it country"..he is going to play a major role in bringing it back. I am a long time fan of ALAN JACKSON..always have been, always will be. And when ALAN takes someone on the road and says...this is what I like..this guys is worth listening to...its just another afirmation to me. You go JOE..you keep doing what your doing. You're great on stage, you have the voice and the God given talent to take "IT" to the top.
A MUST HAVE CD FOR ANY TRUE COUNTRY FAN.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By J. M. Zuurbier on July 22, 2003
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Joe Nichols returns with a hit album that has spawned a few hits for him, solidifying his position as a successful country artist in the music world. His breakthrough hit "The Impossible", which was dedicated to his father, hit close to home for many people and became a #1 hit. The second single, the honky tonk "Brokenheartsville" was a great choice, because it also hit #1, a fun breaking up song. His new single is "She Only Smokes When She Drinks". To me though, the best track is the closing title track, just an overall good song. This is country-country, none of that pop-country will be found here. Some songs are kind of laughable in terms of title and/or lyrical content like "Everything's A Thing", "Cool To Be A Fool" and "Life Don't Have To Mean Nothin' At All". Other highlights on the album include "Can't Hold A Halo To You", "You Ain't Heard Nothin' Yet" and "That Would Be Her". Check out this album from this very talented, and handsome man.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By mark twain on January 9, 2004
Format: Audio CD
this cd has it all. good vocals and fine material. at least one classic ( " brokenheartsville " ) and no filler. kinda reminds me of a little of randy travis and that a'int bad.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 13, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Recently, I turned on the car radio and heard someone singing
"It's Cool to be a Fool".
Who was this??? Wow! They didn't announce it of course, and it drove me crazy so I hunted online and found it to be Joe Nichols.
Didn't know him. Now I do!!!
I haven't listened to country music for a while because I don't care for much of the current style, but here is a man with a mellow voice and timbre I can listen to all day, singing a mixture of wonderful songs.
Oh welcome, Joe Nichols! How nice to know someone can still bring this to us. More true country than I have heard in a long time.
You may not please everyone, but your CD has sure found a place in my heart and home.
Good luck to you.
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