Jasper County(Bonus Tracks) CD (2006)

Artist: Trisha Yearwood

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Trisha Yearwood's first album in four years, 2005's Jasper County, not only marked a triumphant return for the popular country singer, but closely followed the announcement of her engagement to fellow superstar Garth Brooks. Impending nuptials aside, the album, named for the region of Georgia where Yearwood grew up, stands on its own as an excellent outing that balances country twang and pop-tinged melodies.

Specifications

Label Universal Music Group
SKU 202173491
UPC 602498504369
UPC 14 00602498504369
Format CD
Release Date 2/7/2006
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Author Trisha Yearwood
Compilation Appearance What A Crying Shame
Compilation Appearance Rhythm Country & Blues
Compilation Appearance Life
Compilation Appearance Hope Floats / O.s.t.(Bonus Tracks)
Compilation Appearance Reba Duets
Compilation Appearance Everything Is Fine
Compilation Appearance Ultimate Grammy Collection: Contemporary Country
Compilation Appearance Now Country
Compilation Appearance Country's Got Heart
Compilation Appearance Wrapped In Red
Compilation Appearance Icon:country
Compilation Appearance At The Ryman
Compilation Appearance At The Ryman
Compilation Appearance Ultimate Hits
Compilation Appearance These Days
Compilation Appearance In Spite Of Ourselves
Associated Artist/Work Brooks, Garth
Associated Artist/Work Neville, Aaron
Technical Info
Engineer Jeff Balding; Mark Miller; Matt Andrews; Chad Carlson
Producer Allen Reynolds; Garth Fundis; Allen Reynolds; Garth Fundis; Scott Paschall
CatalogID 9850436
Lable Name MCA Nashville
Released 02/07/2006
Original Release 2005
Number of Discs 1
SPARE Code n/a
Length 42m : 48s
Mono/Stereo Stereo
Studio/Live Studio
UPC 00602498504369
Musical Guests
Garth Brooks
Sam Bush
Album Notes and Credits
The 2006 version of this release includes "Love Will Always Win" duet with Garth Brooks.
Personnel: Trisha Yearwood (background vocals); Kurt Riles, Richard Bennett (acoustic guitar); Jon Jorgenson, Jeff Jorgenson, Al Anderson (electric guitar); Dave Davidson (violin); Steve Cox (organ); Mike Chapman , Michael Rhodes (bass guitar); Hillary Lindsey, Jessi Alexander, Jim Lauderdale, Jon Randall, Leslie Satcher, Anthony Smith, Ronnie Dunn, Vicki Hampton, Wes Hightower, Bekka Bramlett, Beth Nielsen Chapman, Kim Fleming, Maia Sharp, Bob Bailey (background vocals); Tom Bukovac (acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Bryan Sutton (acoustic guitar, slide guitar, baritone guitar, mandocello); Mac McAnally, Mark Casstevens (acoustic guitar); Dan Dugmore (electric guitar, steel guitar, lap steel guitar); Chris Leuzinger (electric guitar, gut-string guitar); Johnny Garcia (electric guitar); Paul Franklin , Bruce Bouton (steel guitar); Wanda Vick (dobro, fiddle); Aubrey Haynie (mandolin, fiddle); Sam Bush (mandolin); Connie Ellisor, Mary Kathryn Van Osdale, Carl Gorodetzky, Pamela Sixfin, Alan Umstead, David Angell, Catherine Umstead (violin); Rob Hajacos (fiddle); Jim Grosjean, Kris Wilkinson, Monisa Angell, Gary VanOsdale (viola); Anthony LaMarchina, Carole Rabinowitz-Neuen (cello); The Nashville String Machine (strings); Terry McMillan (harmonica); John Hobbs, Reese Wynans (piano, organ); Matt Rollings, Steve Nathan (piano); Bobby Wood (keyboards); Greg Morrow, Milton Sledge, Shannon Forrest, Chad Cromwell (drums); Eric Darken (shaker, percussion); The Alright Boys, David Campbell , Garth Fundis, Scott Paschall.
Additional personnel: Garth Brooks (background vocals).
Audio Mixers: Jeff Balding; Mark Miller .
Recording information: Jack's Tracks Recording Studio, Nashville, TN; Sound Emporium Studios, Nashville, TN.
Photographer: Russ Harrington.
Trisha Yearwood's first album in four years, 2005's JASPER COUNTRY, not only marked a triumphant return for the popular country singer, but closely followed the announcement of her engagement to fellow superstar Garth Brooks. Impending nuptials aside, the album, named for the region of Georgia where Yearwood grew up, stands on its own as an excellent outing that balances country twang and pop-tinged melodies.
Songs range from the juke-joint rocker "Pistol" to the lively "Baby Don't You Let Go" (featuring the mandolin work of bluegrass mainstay Sam Bush) to the romantic hit single "Georgia Rain" (which includes Brooks on harmony vocals). Other highlights are the pleading "Try Me" (with Ronnie Dunn of Brooks & Dunn) and the rollicking closer, "It's All right," which ties up the disc in celebratory fashion. Wonderfully straightforward, JASPER COUNTY finds Yearwood in fine voice and avoiding overtly commercial leanings, resulting in one of her strongest and most well-rounded outings.
Artist Bio
Trisha YearwoodTrisha Yearwood's commitment and poise have paid off since day one. Growing up in rural Monticello, Georgia, a love of music and performing led Trisha to Nashville. There she studied at Belmont College, worked odd jobs (such as a record label receptionist and tour guide at the Country Music Hall of Fame), and most mportantly began singing on songwriters' demos in which her pitch perfect voice was heard by record company executives all over the industry. After signing with MCA Nashville in 1990 and releasing her debut single "She's In Love With The Boy" (which went to #1), the floodgates burst open. The next year, Trisha Yearwood became the first debut album by a female country artist to ever reach platinum status, thus firmly establishing the young singer as an important new voice in music. Since then, songs such as "Wrong Side of Memphis," "XXX's and OOO's (An American Girl)," "Believe Me Baby (I Lied)," "The Song Remembers When," "Everybody Knows" and an army of other hits have propelled her career continuously upwards. Her song "How Do I Live" (written by Diane Warren and featured in the movie Con-Air) was nominated for an Oscar, giving Trisha an opportunity in 1998 to fulfill a dream--a performance on the Academy Awards. Trisha has performed for millions of listeners in settings ranging from quaint theaters to major arenas and stadiums across the globe.
Disc 1
1 Who Invented The Wheel
2 Pistol
3 Trying To Love You
4 River Of You
5 Baby Don't You Let Go
6 Standing Out In A Crowd
7 Georgia Rain
8 Sweet Love
9 Try Me
10 Gimme The Good Stuff
11 It's Alright
12 Love Will Always Win
Product Attributes
Artist Yearwood,Trisha
Label Universal Music Group
Music Format Compact Disc
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