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Stronger CD

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Multi-platinum selling country star, Sara Evans, releases her sixth studio album, Stronger. The lead single from the project, A Little Bit Stronger is causing a huge reaction at country radio and is racing up the charts. The digital single, earned a Top-10 debut on Billboard s Country Digital Songs chart and continues to resonate with consumers. Also, A Little Bit Stronger is featured on the album Country Strong (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack). Evans career spans well over a decade with a string of hits including four number ones and numerous Top 10s. Evans also holds an ACM Top Female Vocalist of the Year honor among several other awards including CMA, Billboard, BMI, and Dove awards.
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  • Audio CD (March 8, 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: SONY NASHVILLE/ RCA
  • ASIN: B004GAY2KY
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (72 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #30,365 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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It's been a long wait for a new Sara Evans album since the brillant A Real Fine Place. Stronger kicks off with Desperately a nice uptempo song that is very catchy. The current smash hit single A Little Bit Stronger, now a Top 15 Country Hit is a good single from the film Country Strong. The highlight is My Heart Can't Tell You No a mid-tempo song that is full of Sara's voice sounding better than ever. This will hopefully be a single and I think it could go #1. Another great song is Ticket To Ride a real upbeat stomper. It's another song soon as it ends you just wanna play it again. Alone is a ballad and Sara is more controlled vocally, this one is about the lyrics. Anyway & Wildfire are upbeat & solid. Born To Fly the re-record of her older single is okay. The album is short but it is definately worth the purchase. There is a bonus song on the digitial version Cabana Boy which is a uptempo song. Highlights are My Heart Can't You No & Ticket To Ride. Nice to have Sara back with brand new music...All aboard!!
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Review title references my inability to give half-stars in the ratings. While I wouldn't call this a perfect release, it's still very good in my book and definitely better than just "I like it", so I'm rounding up to the "I love it" mark.

Here's the scoop:

Desperately - All I want is to be loved desperately... the whole world wants to be loved desperately. Up beat and poppish, and pleasing to the ears. Not a bad choice to start the album off even if the album was named for the second track rather than the first.

Stronger - known from the Country Strong soundtrack. I like the song, I love Sara Evans' vocals on it, but yet the song makes me sad in seeing the music video for it and/or hearing the words come from her since the song comes from a place of pain and sadness. I'd like to think that Sara Evans would never experience the type of emotions and events that run in the song and yet knowing her personal history over the last few years, there's perhaps a bit more autobiograpy in the tune then fans would like. On the plus side, she is back with new music, even if the quantity isn't as much as fans would hope for.

My Heart Can't Tell You No - is a beautiful tune. Sara Evans' version does the song justice and having the steel guitar sound more prominent gives it more of the country feel. I'd hazzard a guess that there are plenty of people that would have no knowledge of the song as a remake or refresh of an older tune, hopefully they'll enjoy this version.

Anywhere - top down... it's such a beautiful day... put the map away... We can go Anywhere... I can imagine listening to this tune on road trips and enjoying the company as we'd wind up just about anywhere. Up tempo, and just plain fun to listen to.
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After waiting for so long for a new release from Sara Evans we end up with a nice but short release to listen to. On first listen it is very enjoyable. I enjoyed the upbeat selections, good convertible summertime music. However with only 9 new selections and 1 redone it's a ride that is seemingly over before it gets started. I think these days it's a bit lazy of an artist to release an album with just over 35 minutes of music on a disc. Especially when they have years in-between releases to gather material. Reminds me of the old days when that was all you could get on an album. Maybe there will be "extras" available to extend the music. Until then we have to take what little we are given.
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On this long-awaited album, Sara sounds strong. There's been a five-year gap in between "Real Fine Place" - her last album, and this one. This album is a more reflective one than "Real Fine Place", as many of the songs reflect on heartbreak and life. I particularly like "Desperately", a song about realising we need to be happy where we are instead of waiting until we get the right house/car/life. A "Life without Losing", Sara sings about how none of us ever 'get through life without losing', a song I relate a lot too. I also love the two songs "Anywhere" and "Alone" - Two very different songs. "Anywhere" talks about living in the moment, and not wanting to see your dreams passing you by. "Alone" however is quite a different song. On this one, Sara sings about how part of loving her means leaving her alone, it's beautiful and sung wonderfully.

Another favourite is "What that Drink cost me", I really like this one, it's very country and suits Sara quite well. There's a cover of "My heart can't tell you no" - A Rod Stewart song, which is nice, and a bluegrass version of "Born To Fly", which is ok, but I would have liked another song in its place. Another new song is "Wildfire", but unlike the other songs, I'm not keen on this one. It's a bit boring, and isn't as catchy as I would like. Of course, the album also has Sara's current single "A little bit Stronger". This song is catchy, sticks in your mind, and very relatable. Everyone goes through something and comes out stronger in the end. Overall, I really enjoyed this album - Yes, it could be a bit longer - But for the serious Sara Evans fans, it's one to pick up for sure.
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