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Mark Chesnutt - Lost in the Feeling (2000) Retail CD
These days it seems superstars such as Alan Jackson and any number of spunky newcomers get the lion's share of honky-tonk kudos. But no one deserves a Texas dancehall-style tip of the hat more than this perennially underappreciated East Texas honky-tonker. On Lost in the Feeling, Mark Chesnutt celebrates his 10th anniversary as a major-label recording artist with a gleaming, rock-solid song collection that balances tender string-colored country ballads ("Go Away," "Try Being Me," and the angst-ridden "Halfway Back to Birmingham") with uptempo tunes like the punchy "Fallin' Never Felt So Good"more… and the fatalistically comic "It Pays Big Money." Yet Chesnutt, as always, delivers a couple of left-field surprises. This time around it's a delightful R&B-flavored tune called "Confessin' My Love" and a haunting, steamy revival of Gene Watson's 1975 hit, "Love in the Hot Afternoon." In the process he reminds us what a stalwart and welcome presence he's been on the country scene since the '90s. --Bob Allen
|1||Fallin' Never Felt So Good|
|2||Confessin' My Love|
|3||Halfway Back To Birmingham|
|4||Try Being Me|
|6||It Pays Big Money|
|7||Love In The Hot Afternoon|
|9||Lost In The Feeling|
|10||Somewhere Out There Tonight|
- Mark Chesnutt - Lost in the Feeling (2000) Retail CD
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