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Sarah Buxton, "That Kind of Day"

February 3, 2007 Kevin John Coyne 31

Sarah Buxton, “That Kind of Day” Great song, wrong delivery. levitra online us pharmacy There’s way too much going on and Buxton sounds winded trying to keep up. It doesn’t help that she’s trying to

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Kellie Pickler, “I Wonder”

February 3, 2007 Kevin John Coyne 9

Kellie Pickler, “I Wonder” This is very heartfelt and sincere. Pickler speaks rhetorically to the mother who didn’t stick around to raise her. Her performance is perfectly delivered, with subtlety and understatement. The production overwhelms

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Jason Aldean, “Johnny Cash”

February 3, 2007 Kevin John Coyne 52

Jason Aldean, “Johnny Cash” You’re setting yourself up for criticism when you name drop one of music’s biggest historical icons in a song title, and it’s gratuitious to boot. The line in the chorus is

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Montgomery Gentry, “Lucky Man”

January 31, 2007 Kevin John Coyne 1

Montgomery Gentry, “Lucky Man” The vocal sounds worn down at times, but it works well given the song’s message. One of their better singles, “Lucky Man” is a timely reminder of what it means to

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Lonestar, “Nothing to Prove”

January 25, 2007 Kevin John Coyne 2

Lonestar, “Nothing to Prove” Lonestar is starting to remind me of Restless Heart. When at their peak, they sounded great on the radio and racked up the hits. They haven’t changed their sound much, and

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