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David Britt - Country Flow (2015)

15-02-2015, 17:02
Music | Country

David Britt - Country Flow (2015)

Artist: David Britt
Title Of Album: Country Flow
Year Of Release: 2015
Genre: Country
Label: Spectra Music Group
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 43:49
Total Size: 104 Mb

1. Country Flow (2:56)
2. She Likes The Oak Ridge Boys (3:09)
3. Forgive Me Girl (3:59)
4. To Hell With Your Love (3:24)
5. When Tennessee Calls (6:46)
6. Alcoholiday (3:47)
7. God Was Looking Out For Me (3:15)
8. Sweet Memories (3:00)
9. Dream You Next To Me (3:03)
10. The Truth (4:19)
11. Show Me How You Kiss (2:43)
12. Mailman (3:21)

David Britt is a country singer and songwriter from Charlotte, NC. “Country Flow” is his second full album following 2012’s self-titled release “David Britt.” Released by Spectra Music Group (Charleston, SC) the album was produced by Jason Scavone (who has engineering credits as well).

The CD starts out with the title track “Country Flow,” a groovin’ song that seems to poke some fun at the “bro country” trend. It includes a number of lyrical stereotypes from deer stands to the girl-by-my-side, definitely headed into modern country territory. The next track is an ode to The Oak Ridge Boys called appropriately enough “She Likes The Oak Ridge Boys.” This song is likely fueled more by Britt’s own admitted love of The Oak Ridge Boys’ music. Britt is also a fiddle player and there’s definitely some great fiddle work in this track. “Forgive Me Girl” leans more towards a stripped-down bluegrass style and is the strongest track to this point. Great interplay between acoustic guitar and mandolin. “To Hell With Your Love” is the promoted track from the album and starts out with a dark, reverb-drenched guitar as it builds into a rocking chorus. The takes a little more of a softer turn in the middle tracks “When Tennessee Calls” and “God Was Looking Out For Me.” In between the two is a live rendition of “Alcoholiday” complete with the audience singing along in the background. After a bit of left turn with a cover of Michael Jackson’s “Billie Jean” the album resumes an understated theme with “Sweet Memories” and “Dream You Next to Me”, both well-written songs performed mostly on acoustic guitar with supporting piano. “The Truth” injects some energy into the 11th track returning to a full-band upbeat arrangement. “Show Me How You Kiss” and “Mail Man” are both primarily acoustic tracks that round out the album.

“Country Flow” is a well-conceived and well-written album. It’s nice to hear a Contemporary Country artist that isn’t caught up in the “sound-of-the-moment.” This album focuses on the writing and the lyrics make for compelling stories. The production is top-notch and done in a way that gives the album and artist its own sound. This isn’t a cookie-cutter formula and I think that will be appreciated by fans. The drawback is that in the incredibly competitive and saturated world of modern country music the standout hooks and ear-worm melodies aren’t really there enough to make this album rise above all the noise. “Billie Jean” was an interesting addition to the album but I was hoping to hear a unique take on it but in my opinion they played it safe and stuck to the original arrangement and simply replaced the keys and electronics with acoustic instruments. A slower, changed version (maybe even a bluegrass approach) would have stood out more. Britt’s voice and songs at times remind me of Kenny Chesney but minus the island influences. On a side note, Britt’s website has very sparse information about his background. More info can be found on his Facebook page but it would be great to see some biographical data and liner notes including the performers on this album and where it was recorded.

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