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  • Audio CD (May 29, 2001)
  • Original Release Date: 2001
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Arista
  • ASIN: B00005EBQP
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (81 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #177,436 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Brad Paisley's unabashedly back-to-basics 1999 debut, Who Needs Pictures, went platinum. Part II continues in that direction with 13 songs (10 of them cowritten by Paisley) that build on that impressive beginning. While "Two People Fell in Love" and "I Wish You'd Stay" overflow with heart and eloquence, he's witty on "Two Feet of Topsoil," loungy on "You Have That Effect on Me," and loopy with "Come on Over Tonight." He evokes his West Virginia roots with a stark rendition of Darrell Scott's "You'll Never Leave Harlan Alive." Buck Owens, George Jones, and Bill Anderson join him on the obligatory vocal event, Anderson's "Too Country." But Paisley's courage goes further. It takes nerve to slap an instrumental ("Munster Rag") on any Nashville-produced album in 2001 and even greater fortitude to close it out with an emotional acoustic performance of "The Old Rugged Cross" recorded live at the Opry. Part II makes one magnificent, resounding point: mainstream Nashville, try as it might, hasn't quite succeeded in confining traditional country to the Hall of Fame --Rich Kienzle

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I personally think this is one of his best CD's.
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With great writing skills and stellar guitar playing ability, Brad Paisley is that rare commodity in modern country music: a complete artist.
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If you are a true country music fan like I am than this is a MUST BUY.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Steve Basic on June 5, 2001
Format: Audio CD
I laugh here in the Garden State....Folks want to know what has happened to Country Music, and I just reply, "Have you listened to Brad Paisley?" I truly hope they have, and if not, they are missing out. There is not a bad track on this CD....from the strains of the fiddle playing a reprise of "In The Garden" which ended his first CD to the close of his second CD and his great rendition of "The Old Rugged Cross" recorded live at the Grand Ole Opry on the night he was made a member. Standouts to me....The ode to Fishermen across this great land..."I'm Gonna Miss Her" ; the majestic "I'd Wish You Would Stay", complete with a great intro that sets the mood of the song; "Too Country" a nugget of a song written by Bill Anderson and Chuck Cannon, and features Brad, along with Whisperin' Bill, George Jones, and Buck Owens, and ends with the plaintive wail of the steel guitar...my favorite part of the CD. Last but not least, the first single, "Two People Fell In Love". A song for all...and is right...."You know, to me it's all so clear, Every one of us is here, All because two people fell in love." This is a CD that makes you laugh, makes you cry, and makes you think...I am already awaiting Part III.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Lisa Whitaker on May 31, 2001
Format: Audio CD
Too Country?! Humph...no such thing! If you want to call Brad Paisley too much of anything, how 'bout TALENTED?! Thanks to Brad's infectious guitar grooves on "Two Feet of Topsoil", and soul-captivating lyrics and string arrangement in "I Wish You'd Stay", along with the sprinklings of honest humor in "I'm Gonna Miss Her", "Come on Over Tonight", and "All You Really Need is Love", not to mention the bone-haunting emotion of "You'll Never Leave Harlan Alive", oh and the proud and heartfelt traditional country anthem "Too Country", sung with legends Bill Anderson, Buck Owens, and George Jones, with last-but-not-least Opry-recorded gospel favorite "The Old Rugged Cross", I have now formed a union with my c.d. player! (And that still leaves 5 more outstanding cuts, including the current hit single and video, "Two People Fell in Love"!) WHEW...Brad has proven again that traditional country doesn't mean it belongs in the attic and doesn't relate to our stories and lives of today. Since when has honesty, truth, and being yourself gone out of style?! Glad to say I didn't realize it had, nor has Brad. Too Country?! I don't think so. Too Talented?! If anyone's guilty, it's Brad!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By K. Stuckey VINE VOICE on June 1, 2001
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In the less than two years since he has burst onto the scene he has toured with George Strait, won a slew of awards and been inducted into the Grand Old Opry. I adore his debut CD and this one gives me more to love!
Once again the record company tried to confuse me by making "Two People Fell in Love" the first single, leading me to believe this would be a CD oozing with ballads. But, since I love that song and Brad's first CD, I bought Part II and do not regret it one bit! "Two Feet of Topsoil" really kick starts the CD! The instrumental "Munster Rag" and "The Old, Rugged Cross" are phenomenal and show how true Paisley is to the deep roots of country music, as does "Too Country" on which he gets a little help from some of his Opry friends.
Other standout songs include "Wrapped Around" and "All You Really Need is Love" seem to have the common thread of falling in love and getting married, they really compliment each other well. "Come on Over Tonight" is my favorite track though, it packs traditional twang with a contemporary bang!
Brad Paisley will be around for a long time to come and I look forward to hearing more from him!
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Jim Bagley on July 13, 2001
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With great writing skills and stellar guitar playing ability, Brad Paisley is that rare commodity in modern country music: a complete artist. His latest CD Part II continues in the same refreshing stone country vein as his 1999 debut Who Needs Pictures.
What impresses most about this traditionalist's sophomore effort is its varied musical styles. "Two Feet Of Topsoil" gets the set off to a blistering start with a flurry of fiddles and steel guitars, then the deadpan "I'm Gonna Miss Her" takes a humorous jab at one man's "confused" priorities (he picks fishing over his woman). The ballads "I Wish You'd Stay" and the title track provide some heart-tugging moments, while the haunting bluegrass cover "You'll Never Leave Harlan Alive" serves up some gritty mountain music. The only mis-step on the entire album is the event recording "Too Country," featuring George Jones, Buck Owens, and Bill Anderson.
Like country albums from years ago - but UNLIKE most of his current peers, Paisley includes an instrumental (the sizzling "Munster Rag") and concludes with a hymn ("The Old Rugged Cross" - recorded live at his Grand Ole Opry induction ceremony). It's appropriate that an inspirational performance would close such an inspired album.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Coco Loco on August 30, 2001
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I loved "Who Needs Pictures," and actually like it the smallest fraction more than Part II. But this is incredible! Tells you something about what we're dealing with here...
By the time I've gotten around to writing this, the second single has been released, and that's "Wrapped Around," as infectious, clever and charming as you might imagine with the hook line, "I think it's time to put a ring on the finger I'm wrapped around."
Thing is, it could have been any of the songs here, whether "Come On Over Tonight" (a hardcore bachelor's hilarious dinner of eating crow!) or "I Wish You'd Stay" (heartbreak personified) or "You Have That Effect On Me" (great lounge-y, loopy song of a guy head over heels). The diversity described above is just the beginning of what's great about this man and his very simpatico team. It is also very admirable that he and they (it is a very loyal team) haven't compromised the essential vision they embraced from the beginning...straight-ahead, modern but pure country. NOT country-pop fusion. Intelligent, clever, funny, heartfelt, tuneful, terrific country music.
By the way, these are virtuoso musicians all. Brad Paisley could make it just as a country guitar god if he wished, and I am not exaggerating about his skill, which is notorious. Me, I'm glad he also writes and sings! You'll be, too.
You go, guys. Brad, you and yours do yourselves proud.
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