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Time Well Wasted CD

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Time Well Wasted reunites Brad with producer Frank Rogers for a 16-track collection sporting 10 selections from Paisley's pen, including first single, 'Alcohol', the fastest-rising chart single of his career. Look for multiple guest stars, including Dolly Parton (featured on 'When I Get Where I'm Going') and Paisley labelmate Alan Jackson, who duets on the Guy Clark/Darrell Scott gem, 'Out in the Parkin' Lot'. Arista. 2005.

Brad Paisley's previous release, Mud on the Tires, was the sort of landmark album nearly every artist has difficulty topping. Not so this time. On Time Well Wasted, Paisley's voice--never overwhelmed by overmixed instruments (a problem dogging many current vocalists)--remains keenly focused. There's quality material in abundance, heavy on originals and delightfully quirky bonus tracks. The album's first hit, Paisley's self-penned "Alcohol," has the potential to become a lasting anthem in a genre where booze songs long ago became an art form. Guy Clark's "Out in the Parkin' Lot," a duet with Alan Jackson, sounds more organic, less contrived than most Music Row pairings. The same applies to "When I Get Where I'm Going," a spiritual duet with Dolly Parton. As in the past, Paisley's country-jazz Telecaster prowess (phemonenal on the dazzling instrumental "Time Warp") remains remarkable, as does his insistence that his sidemen get ample space to shine. Such assets set Paisley apart, as does his ability to make real creativity commercially successful in a Nashville concerned mainly with the latter. --Rich Kienzle

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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. The World
  2. Alcohol
  3. Waitin’ On A Woman
  4. I’ll Take You Back
  5. She’s Everything
  6. You Need A Man Around Here
  7. Out In The Parkin’ Lot (with Alan Jackson)
  8. Rainin’ You
  9. Flowers
  10. Love Is Never-Ending
  11. The Uncloudy Day
  12. When I Get Where I’m Going (Featuring Dolly Parton)
  13. Easy Money
  14. Time Warp
  15. Time Well Wasted
  16. Cornography (featuring James Burton & the Kung Pao Buckaroos)

Product Details

  • Audio CD (August 16, 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Arista
  • ASIN: B000A2APUS
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (168 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,738 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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58 of 62 people found the following review helpful By A* VINE VOICE on August 16, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Paisley has been turning out solid country tunes for albums now but he seems to have fleeting moments on radio sometimes. On this album, Paisley seems to be at his sharpest. He takes on fast tracks "Alcohol" & "You Need a Man Around Here" and lays on the humor and great song writing without killing traditonal country roots -- take a note Keith Urban.

There are the romance ballads such as "The World" & "Flowers" that I hope are hits on Radio and video format as well.

But there is a single song on here that is worth the purhcase alone. The heartbreaking ballad, "When I Get Where I'm Going" has to be one of the most beautiful songs of the last 20 years. If this song doesn't warm you up then there is no hope. It guests, Dolly Parton -- who has been turning out pure Bluegrass heaven on her last three discs. Their vocal harmonies and soaring melodies is a amazing. I can't recommend the disc enough.

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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Allen Chapman VINE VOICE on August 16, 2005
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This is Brad Paisley's fourth album, and I think it's probably his best one yet. I became a fan with his last album and the single "Whiskey Lullabye", I was impressed with his style and sound. As much as I love "Mud On The Tires" "Time Well Wasted" is a notch above "Mud". On this album he has two big name guests in Alan Jackson on "Out In The Parkin' Lot" and Dolly Parton on the incredible "When I Get Where I'm Goin'". His guitar picking and lyrics are once again unlike anyone else out there right now. His lyrics are interesting in that unlike most male artists, he doesn't aim his songs mostly at a female audience, he writes songs that guys can relate to and women think are cute. His sense of humor also shines thru as well without become a novelty. In the case of the final track, "Cornography" he does go for novelty. The story continues the story begun on "Mud On The Tires". This time around in addition to George Jones, Little Jimmy Dickens and Bill Anderson, Dolly Parton joins in on the fun, which gets a little risque for a country act. The whole album is a great listen and you won't be disappointed!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Sagai on August 16, 2005
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Brad Paisley does it again! This often overlooked country musician consistently puts out hit after hit and superb cd's and Time Well Wasted is no different. If you have yet to discover his talent then you are truly missing out.

What I enjoyed the most about this cd is it shows Paisley's maturity as an artist. Don't get me wrong, there is still plenty of his wry humor packed into the 16 tracks, but he has delivered on his promise to take the fans "somewhere different". While I thoroughly enjoyed "Out in the Parkin' Lot" with Alan Jackson, the duet with Dolly Parton on "When I Get to Where I'm Going" is one of the most poignant country songs I can remember. It would be an injustice if this song was not released to the general public, no offense Alan.

Duets aside, you can expect typical Brad toe-tappin' rhythm's and soaring guitar licks. If there is a musician that has come out in the last 20 years that is as talented as Brad with the guitar I throw down the challenge to show me.

I wish I could rate this cd 6 stars because it deserves it! 6 years ago the country torch was passed; not to Kenny, Keith or Toby, but to a talented singer, songwriter and musician from West Virginia. Brad, here's to this year being the year you get the recognition you deserve!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By ProperGander News (Dr. Emil Shuffhausen) on August 16, 2005
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First of all, let me admit up front that this review is very "fresh," and I've only basically just heard this CD straight out of the wrapper.

Who would have thought that Brad Paisley could equal or even--GASP--better his previous CD, the stellar MUD ON THE TIRES? Well, get ready, folks, because Brad has just delivered another outstanding collection of songs that are both "vintage Paisley" and also fresh and bold.

It's almost unfair how talented Paisley is. Not only is he a great songwriter and vocalist, but he's a superb guitar picker. All of his gifts shine brightly on this CD. He is also excellent at picking and sequencing songs, as this release sports an excellent blend of the fun, the funny, the spiritual, the poignant, and the classic. His sound is, as always, authentic, traditional country, but Brad is anything but stodgy.

If Paisley didn't have an absolute blast making this CD, then he's a great actor. Songs like "She's Everything," "Alcohol," "The World," "I'll Take You Back," "You Need a Man Around Here," and "Out in the Parkin' Lot" (with the ever lovable Alan Jackson) are infused with Paisley's contagious joi de vivre and scream out for repeated listens.

But then again, Paisley can shoot an arrow straight to your heart, as he does on beautifully moving tracks like "When I Get to Where I'm Going" (Dolly Parton is a luminous co-vocalist here) and "Rainin' On You." "Flowers" is one of those unique Paisleyan creations that provides catharsis and knowing laughs all at once. "Cornography" is humorous, though not, perhaps, suitable for younger ears.

If you are a tough old coot who likes traditional country like Waylon, Willie, Johnny, or The Possum, you will like this CD. Or, if you are a young buckaroo with a lot of spit and vinegar, you will like this CD also. Either way, everybody wins with Brad Paisley.
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Brad Paisley song-where can I find?
Yepp its him. I'm pretty sure they're re-releasing TWW with Ticks on it. You can listen to it on Brad's myspace page!
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