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Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 30, 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Mercury Nashville
  • ASIN: B0000CD5HR
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (157 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #93,596 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By K. Stuckey VINE VOICE on July 26, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I've never met Billy Currington, but I feel very connected to him through his music. He co-wrote most of the songs and his voice is so velvety smooth, making his debut a very personal and rather enjoyable experience. I love "When She Gets Close to Me" and "Next Time", of course "Walk a Little Straighter" gives me chills each time I hear it. Billy can also cut loose and have fun on songs like "Off My Rocker" and "Where the Girls Are". This guy is going places and I look forward to following...
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If there is any justice in today's country music market (and that is up for debate), Billy Currington's debut CD (Billy Currington) deserves a heck of a lot of success. There are a select few CD's that can be played over and over again without getting old. This is one of them. A better mix of ballads and toe tappers would be hard to find. The fist single, "Walk A Little Straighter Daddy" is moving up the charts. With the right mix of emotion and social consciousness, this song moves the heart without becoming sappy. "I Got a Feeling" captures the perspective of a man in love to the letter. He is on the verge of declaring his love, and feels certain the emotion is mutual but as is often the case with men, is hesitant to put his love into words. "That's Just Me" is a pleasure to listen to. A fun song with practical statements that are hard to disagree with. "Off My Rocker" playfully uncovers the truth about who is really in charge in a relationship, and aptly ends in an apology. "Where The Girls Are" and "Growin'Up Down There" are two of the well-placed lively tunes sure to get you moving. The haunting "Time With You," spotlights Currington's vocal ability while deftly incorporating an occasional steel guitar. An emotionally driven love song "When She Gets Close to Me" puts into words what men sometimes feel but rarely verbalize. Billy has the complete package: an admirable voice, writing talent and he is easy on the eyes. Will this be enough to take him far? I for one hope so.
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I have been converted: I am a fan that crossed over to the dark side of classic rock and artists like Counting Crows and LIVE. . .but Billy has brought me back. He breaths new life into country music with a "new-old" sound and lyrics worth listening to. He brings a sincerity to his music that has been missing from country lately. . .but perhaps the best thing I can really say is that, though I am still a starving college student, I was glad to part with my lunch money and support this very promising young artist :)
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By A Customer on April 10, 2004
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I read all the other reviews about how all the songs would be a hit single and all that stuff and was thinking "yeah right". But I loved "Walk a little Straighter" and "I Got a Feelin'" so decided to give it a try. I just bought it and am wondering why I didn't listen and buy it sooner. I'm now listening to it for the 10th time and haven't skiped a single song which is unusual. By this time I usually know which songs I like better than the other, but just when I think I have them, another song surprises me and I just like all the songs. To say they all would be #1 is stretching it a little, but I would bet money they would all be at least #20 and probably #10. Let's go through the songs.
1. I got a feelin'
This is a superb upbeat song that talks about just wanting to "say those 3 little words" and just enjoying the feeling.
2. That's Just Me
This slows the album down reflecting about what life's like today and what you really need in life
3. Hangin' Around
Talks about a lover that he can't forget about and wishes she would come back. "I wish you were like your memory and keep hangin' around"
4. Off My Rocker
This gets the CD moving again with an upbeat song about him saying he was gonna' be the boss and drink again and later looking back and saying he must have been "off my rocker"
5. Walk a Little Straighter
What can I say about this one? One of my favorite songs ever. Great ballade about having a father addicted to alchohall. He says how he still loves him but wishes he would "walk a little straighter".
6. Where the girls are
Great song about just hangin' out and being young.
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Billy has one of the strongest country voices in the sea of new artists. This is the sound and music that country fans need to bring back some traditional sounds with modern song material.
1. "I Got a Feeling" - This song is such an upbeat positive song. If this doesn't get your toe tapping nothing will. Nothing short of putting a smile on your face and an encouraging song in your mind, this is the best way to start the album.
2. "That's Just Me" - The thing I like about this song is how it makes you reminisce about a time gone by. It illustrates the old vs the new way of life. (one memorable line "I'll buy the gas but you outta get the air for free). The first time I heard it, I had to stop and think of just how different our lives are.
3. "Hangin' Around" - Many of us have had that love that just won't leave our memory alone. No matter what you do that memory is just hanging around every where we turn. Currington puts his heart out there in this love-gone wrong son. The fiddle and steel guitar are very prominent in this song that just adds a superb touch.
4. "Off my Rocker" - Immediately I thought that this song would make a great line dance song. I was picturing this song booming in a club with a dance floor full of people. It also brings back that classic country struggle between a man and wife over the power of drinking a little too much.
5. "Walk a Little Straighter" - What can you say about the debut single? It has some incredible imagery of what this boy growing up faced with a father that was addicted to alcohol. Sure to be a classic and one that people relate to.
6. "Where the Girls Are" - I reflected on my youthful days at the local hang out.
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