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Your Man

Josh TurnerAudio CD
4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (145 customer reviews)

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listen  1. Would You Go With Me 3:48$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen  2. Baby's Gone Home To Mama (Album Version) 3:06$1.29  Buy MP3 
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listen  4. Your Man 3:31$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen  5. Loretta Lynn's Lincoln (Album Version) 3:56$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen  6. White Noise (Album Version) 3:24$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen  7. Angels Fall Sometimes (Album Version) 2:58$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen  8. Lord Have Mercy On A Country Boy 3:06$1.29  Buy MP3 
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listen11. Way Down South (Album Version) 4:53$1.29  Buy MP3 

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Whether it's with his deep, soulful voice, his South Carolina accent or his philosophy on life, Josh Turner has never been one to hurry. But a memorable country song recently convinced him to pick up his pace.

The singer-songwriter was months away from scheduled recording sessions when he first heard "Why Don't We Just Dance," which became the debut single ... Read more in Amazon's Josh Turner Store

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  • Audio CD (January 24, 2006)
  • Original Release Date: 2006
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Mca Nashville
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (145 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,103 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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The success of his debut, Long Black Train, had folks in Nashville making bets about Josh Turner's capturing 2004's CMA Horizon Award, but then Turner, whose resonant baritone-bass will rattle the screws out of your car stereo speakers, seemed to quickly fade from sight. Now, with his sophomore album, he proves he wasn't a fluke, even if nothing here immerses itself in the baptismal fire of temptation, death, and redemption with the power of Train. His duet with Ralph Stanley, "Me and God," which Turner wrote, somehow falls short, especially since Stanley sounds so weak that he might have fallen over at the microphone. Where Turner does bring home the bacon is in moving out of the gospel area and wisely choosing four songs from the pen of the underrated Shawn Camp: "Would You Go with Me," the irresistible bluegrass invitation to forever (with lyrics that sound Biblically inspired, despite the overly romantic tone); the hilarious "Loretta Lynn's Lincoln"; the bluesy "No Rush," which walks the same sexy path as Tony Joe White and Conway Twitty; and the frustrated-husband lament "Baby's Gone Home to Mama." Turner also scores points in tipping his hat to heritage, sometimes more subtle (reworking Don Williams's "Lord Have Mercy on a Country Boy") than overt. But not always. When the South Carolinian launches into his own "Way Down South," a mandolin-and-electric-guitar paean to the geographical womb that formed him, that sound you hear in the background is the whoosh of cowboy hats, sailing through the Dixiefied stratosphere. --Alanna Nash

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Josh Turner has come a long way from his Grand Ole Opry debut when he, a then unknown, received two standing ovations. Since that day in 2003, he released his first single, was nominated for Best New Artist at the ACM's and nominated for the CMA's Horizon Award for the best newcomer, toured with Brooks & Dunn and saw his debut album Long Black Train reach Platinum status. It was exactly what the Hannah, South Carolina, native hoped for, but didn't expect. For Josh's 2nd album Your Man Josh again teamed up with producer Frank Rogers [Brad Paisley, Darryl Worley] and put together an album that shows his growth and maturity as an artist but also reflects the changes he has experienced as a person. The first single from the new album 'Your Man' continues to showcase Josh's signature deep vocal and mirrors the true love Josh found with his wife that he married shortly after the release of his debut album. MCA. 2006.

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37 of 42 people found the following review helpful
Format:Audio CD
I'll be honest here--I thought Josh Turner would be a one-hit wonder. Not that he isn't good--he has one of the best voices gracing radio today, and is a heck of a songwriter, to boot. No, I thought radio would overlook his traditional sound. Fortunately, I was wrong. "Long Black Train" was indeed the only major hit from his first record, but the title track to this album has proven to be a smash, as well, proving that radio is ready to accept an incredible singer with a penchant for the traditional.

YOUR MAN tops LONG BLACK TRAIN easily, most noteably because it includes more of Turner's own songwriting. He sounds more confident as he swings into the opening stompers, then shifts into the Conway Twitty-esque "No Rush." From there, it's a deluge of country music--heart-melters, odes to country music, and even another gospel number, performed with Ralph Stanley and Marty Roe, Dana Williams, and Gene Johnson from Diamond Rio. There's not a song on here that doesn't qualify as traditional (yet potential radio-hit) country. Check out the twang on "White Noise" with John Anderson, or the banjo boogie that ends out the album. Josh Turner may not be at the top of his form on YOUR MAN (it's only his second album, how can we tell?), but he is certainly doing fine. Get this one, if you are a fan of country music. And if you're not a fan of country music (what are you doing here?), get this and become a convert. No sophomore blues for Josh Turner, only a promising career as one of the best country crooners of all time.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Enjoyable, highly listenable CD August 11, 2006
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More than just appealing to country fans, this great collection from Josh Turner has something for almost all music fans. His deep, warm voice is reminiscent of Johnny Cash but certainly possesses a style and quality all his own. A variety of tracks will keep you interested in playing this in heavy rotation on your CD player or ipod.

It should be noted that not only does Turner have a great vocal instrument, his song styling and earnest lyrics elevate these songs beyond traditional country fare.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Way Down South From Way Down Deep April 1, 2006
Format:Audio CD
Plato said that music " a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything." Josh turner delivers that promise.

I'm an LA girl: the kind who grew up thinking she could never listen to, let alone enjoy Country music. But albums like this prove that taste can get better with age. There is something about the way he sings "Your Man" and "Angels Fall Sometimes" that makes a woman pray that some man would think that way about her. Or thank God for one that does.

Josh Turner paints a picture with his voice of what a woman wants a Southern Gentleman to be- God-fearing, attractive, comfortable and confident with who he is. A South Carolina man- his voice is oh- so deep- masculine- it is never going to be mistaken for a woman's. Where more contemporary artists might attack each note straight on- Josh Turners slide between notes like a trombone and then caresses each word.

But there is a lighter side to his talent which is also attractive. The humor shows off his boyish imagination on Loretta Lynn's Lincoln. And I can't wait to give my sons their own copies so they can hear " Lord Have Mercy on a Country Boy" for despite having grown up in the suburbs and working in the City- there is an authentic draw to outdoor adventures when they were younger which they will easily relate to.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Country Music Doesn't Get any Better than This! January 24, 2006
Format:Audio CD
Josh opens up with a fast tune with what we call in the bluegrass world as "driving" music. Jeff Surratt really brings it in with his dobro throughout the song. Josh delivers ranging his voice with "Would You Go With Me" and drives deep into the bass vocals with "never shut it dooownnn". This song is true traditional country music that just reminds you of being on a hay wagon with the one you love driving through the hollers of the Appalachian Mountains during the fall time.

Baby's Gone Home to Mama is a funny upbeat song about Josh sitting around while the one he loves has went home to her Mama because she is fed up with his way. You feel like you are sitting there in the trailer or old house with him and has that "redneck" feeling to it.

No Rush is probably one of my favorite slow songs of all time. It is just so powerful and soulful. You totally relax to this perfect love song. I am reminded of those love songs that Conway Twitty sang in his day. Now this is one of those songs that is destine to be a hit.

Your Man is the first hit single off of this sophomore release. Already a top 20 hit heading up to the #1 spot on the charts with the country cha cha feeling.

Loretta Lynn's Lincoln is a fun tale of "J. Otis" (Josh Otis Turner) who thinks he is driving Loretta Lynn's Lincoln, even driving with Dolly Parton to meet up with Loretta at Tootsie's Orchid Lounge. At the end, he realized that it was all a dream. The funniest saying is at the beginning with Josh going "Loretta Lynn's Lincoln?" to the salesman at the carlot.

Get your cowboy boots on when you hear White Noise sung with John Anderson. I smell a country line dance being made with this tune.
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