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Dirt Road

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Product Details

  • Audio Cassette (January 14, 1992)
  • Label: Curb Records
  • ASIN: B000000D4I
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,849,176 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Buddy Iahn on May 16, 2015
Format: Audio CD
Sawyer Brown were pretty popular in the 80s and early 90s. They were more known for novelty songs, but with this album, they turned it around and became more serious and hit more mainstream ears. The title track, "Some Girls Do" and "The Walk" are the most known songs from the album. The disc includes lyrics and features 10 songs, mostly uptempo. It's one of two Sawyer Brown CDs I own and I plan to get more.
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Sawyer Brown is one of those artist's that I would just buy their Greatest Hits. But when the song Some Girls Do came out. I love that song and didn't want to wait for it. So I bought this cd. The hits The Dirt Road, Some Girls Do, and The Walk are the best songs. The rest of the cd is kind of average with nothing really standing out. A few years later they came out with a Greatest Hits that covered the years from 1990-1995 and it had these songs plus their other hits on it. That was the cd I should have waited for. And did get it. But this was a good cd to have in the meantime.
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Why hasn't anyone mentioned the hugely popular "Some Girls Do" in their reviews?? What a great song! Fun, makes you think of summer, makes you picture that cute boy you liked trying to impress other girls. Makes you think of that farm boy with the farmer's tan steering his dad's tractor.

And the title track is awesome - I love this song so very much as it highlights life.

Sawyer Brown is a terrific, down-home band. If you are not really into country, they truly probably aren't your cup o' coffee. But if you loved Kenny Rogers, Dottie West, Lee Greenwood, the Oakridge Boys and the Kentucky Headhunters (not to mention Hank Jr.), you will love this band!
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The songs on this album were all written or co-written by Mark Miller, although one of them (The walk) had previously appeared on Buick. The singles taken from this album were the title track and Some girls do.
The songs are a mix of ballads and up-tempo songs. My favorite tracks apart from those already mentioned are Ruby red shoes, Fire in the rain and Ain't that always the way. Among the other fine songs is When twist comes to shout, but I could have done without the carnival prelude.
This is a typical Sawyer Brown album of the early nineties, although I think that Buick and Outskirts of town are stronger. Nevertheless, Sawyer Brown fans will find much to like about this album.
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Love, Love, Love this! We love ALL of Sawyer Brown's music and this is great as well. We'll buy more in the future.
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The CD of Sawyer Brown's Dirt Road came to me quickly and it has met all my expectations. Thank you.
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