This is already available on i Tunes, and includes some new songs by artists including the aforementioned Tritt and Josh Turner.Most of the songs are co-written by one Brett Boyett, the film’s music director, presumably either to fit emotional moments in the plot, or for the country singer characters to perform.She has a strong voice, and although it’s not quite my cup of tea it is well done of its type.The best track is probably ‘Can’t Tame A Fire’, a very good song ruing a heartache, performed by Dan Tyminski.The worst, ‘Finally Home’, would actually be a decent song if not for the ghastly, out of tune duet vocal from a child actress in the film which is quite unlistenable.Pop-country starlet Alaina makes a solo appearance with the contemporary sounding ballad ‘Wings Of An Angel’.The best of Roe’s tracks is ‘Smokin’ And Cryin’’, one of the few not written by Boyett.This is rather a good song about a woman undergoing heartbreak, written by Jackson Odell (who also helps with a number of Boyett’s songs here) and Caroline Watkins, with an acoustic arrangement.
Banyak pertanyaan yang muncul mengenai alasan promotor Mahaka Sports dan Brown Sports Asia Management memilih mantan rekan duet Anang Hermansyah itu. Yang dibuat oleh Syahrini kan pasti itu diikuti ibu-ibu.
Mizzell also covers Lefty Frizzell (“Gone, Gone, Gone” written by Harlan Howard), Johnny Cash (“Greystone Chapel” from 1968’s Live at Folsom Prison), Mel Street (“Borrowed Angel”) and Kris Kristofferson (“Why Me Lord”), as well as more contemporary artists such as Josh Turner (“Firecracker”) and Phil Vassar (“Like I Never Loved Before”).
He acquits himself nicely on all of these, although “Firecracker” is not one of my favorite Josh Turner songs.
This is a great song that deserves to be better known than it is.
“Day Job” was written and originally recorded by Gord Bamford, an Australian country singer who was raised in Canada and has enjoyed some success there.