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Led by the video for "Some Beach," the new single from his upcoming third album, Blake Shelton's Barn & Grill, The Video Collection is Blake's debut DVD. Also featured is "Ol' Red," which hit #1 at CMT and was named one of that network's "100 Greatest Videos," and CMT#1's "The Baby," "Heavy Liftin'" and "Austin."
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 26, 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Warner Nashville
  • ASIN: B000641MAM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (100 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #38,088 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Prime Cuts: When Somebody Knows You That Well, What's on My Mind, Goodbye Time

Though the menu of "Blake Shelton's Barn and Grill" does not offer anything as gourmet as his debut (and biggest) hit "Austin," it is still Shelton's most appetizing CD. Every ingredient incumbent to brewing a hit recipe in country music is utilized in gregarious doses here: cheating, drinking, loving, leaving and taking life easily. Production wise, this is also Shelton's most balanced effort with its share of modern rockers and traditional stone cold country. Vocally, Shelton's baritone is much more seasoned with more depth and nuanced: a vast improvement from his forceful approach adopted in his previous pallid CD "The Dreamer."

The apogee of "Bar and Grill" is definitely in its slower moments. On the Harley Allen and Jimmy Melton's composition "When Somebody Knows You That Well," Shelton has never sounded more sincere on this true to life ballad about the omnipotence of love in its various contexts. Though this magnum opus was released as the vanguard single to radio, sad to say, it criminally only received a lukewarm response. Though no one could actually rival the great high priest of country music Conway Twitty, Shelton's take of the aculeate "Goodbye Time" is emotionally effectual. More deja entendu moments come with Mary Gauthier's devastatingly beautiful "I Drink." Though Shelton's take does not possess the starkness of the original, it's definitely an avant-garde effort on Shelton's part.

On the uptempo side, hit songwriters Paul Overstreet and Rory Feek's sunny "Some Beach" is indeed a scorcher.
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For his third album, Blake Shelton reunites with producer Bobby Braddock (who also happens to be one of Nashville's best songwriters). BLAKE SHELTON'S BARN AND GRILL is not nearly as ballad-heavy as his first two releases, giving it a fresh, invigorating sound more similiar to Shelton's live shows.

There's a sense of wit and fun dispersed throughout this album, from the catchy sing-along "Some Beach" to the tongue-in-cheek "On a Good Day." Drinkin songs, too--might as well have called this album BAR AND GRILL. The last three songs are stellar drinkin songs, and the rest are songs you COULD drink to. Oh, and his version of Conway Twitty's "Goodbye Time" is incredible; rarely have I heard so much emotion packed into one song. And yet, Shelton goes from that heavy, emotional number to other songs, like Braddock's rollickin "Good Old Boy, Bad Ol Boyfriend" with expert ease. He even goes into the Bakersfield sound on the Jim Lauderdale-penned "What's On My Mind." The only song on here that doesn't really go down smooth is the cliched "Cotton Pickin Time."

BLAKE SHELTON'S BARN AND GRILL is a great CD. Shelton is often underrated as a singer and a songwriter (he should write more than he does; he's pretty darn good at it). This album might not do as good a job setting him up as a serious artist as his first two--let's face it, there's no "Austin" or "The Baby" on here--but it's certainly a fun ride for the listener. Shelton is enjoying himself on this album--and you'll enjoy listening to it. Enough traditionalism to satisfy you die-hard country fans, mixed with enough modern sound to appeal to a mass audience. However you look at it, it's a great CD.
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Last week I wrote a 5-star review of Blake Shelton’s new album “If I’m Honest.” In my review, I stated that I wasn’t very familiar with Blake Shelton or his music. A fellow country music fan suggested that if I liked “If I’m Honest,” then I should listen to some of Blake Shelton’s earlier music, which I might like even better. About the only song of Blake Shelton’s that I could remember was “Goodbye Time,” his superb cover of an old Conway Twitty song that appeared on his 2004 album “Blake Shelton’s Barn and Grill.”

I decided to purchase that album in MP3 format. It turns out my friend was correct. “Blake Shelton’s Barn and Grill” is actually a better album than “If I’m Honest.” On his earlier album, Shelton’s sings each song with much more feeling, and seems to adhere more closely to his country roots. I was especially impressed with his renditions of “Some Beach” and “Cotton Pickin’ Time,” which Shelton sings with sly country humor; and his cover of Conway Twitty’s power ballad “Goodbye Time” is performed with such passion that it actually brought a tear to my eye. Only one song – “The Bartender” – I didn’t particularly care for, but that wasn’t because of Shelton’s performance. I just didn’t like the lyrics or arrangement.

Other than “The Bartender,” I thought every song on “Blake Shelton’s Barn and Grill” was a real winner. In addition to the ones I’ve mentioned above, I especially liked “Good Old Boy, Bad Old Boyfriend” and “When Somebody Knows You That Well.”

“Blake Shelton’s Barn and Grill” is now the latest addition to my rapidly growing country music collection. I’m sure it will become one of my most often listened-to country MP3 albums, whether I’m in my car or out walking. Highly recommended.
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