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Evolution by Martina McBride (CD) Contemporary Country I'm Little But I'm Loud

Evolution by Martina McBride (CD) Contemporary Country I'm Little But I'm Loud



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Album Features
UPC: 078636751627
Artist: Martina McBride
Format: CD
Release Year: 1997
Record Label: RCA
Genre: Contemporary Country, Country

Track Listing
1. I'm Little But I'm Loud
2. Happy Girl
3. Be That Way
4. A Broken Wing
5. Wrong Again
6. Keeping My Distance
7. Still Holding On
8. Whatever You Say
9. I Won't Close My Eyes
10. I Don't Want to See You Again
11. Some Say I'm Running
12. Here in My Heart
13. One Day You Will
14. Valentine

Playing Time: 48 min.
Contributing Artists: Clint Black, Jim Brickman, Brent Mason, Kim Richey, Susan Ashton, Sara Evans, Neil Thrasher
Distributor: BMG (distributor)
Recording Type: Studio
Recording Mode: Stereo
SPAR Code: n/a

Album Notes
Personnel includes: Martina McBride (vocals, tambourine); Clint Black (vocals, electric guitar); Biff Watson, Billy Joe Walker, Jr. (acoustic & electric guitars); Paul Worley (acoustic & 12-string guitars); Dann Huff (gut string guitar, 6 & 12-string electric guitars, 6-string bass); Daryl Schiff, Dean Parks (acoustic guitar); Paul Franklin, Dan Dugmore (steel guitar); Stuart Duncan (fiddle, mandolin); Larry Franklin (fiddle); Timothy J. Lauer (accordian, harmonium); John Hobbs (piano, Hammond B-3 organ); Jim Brickman (piano); Matt Rollings (Hammond B-3 organ); Dan Shea (synthesizer, programming); Mike Brignardello (bass); Lonnie Wilson (drums); Kim Richey, Gene Miller, Sara Evans, Danny Wilde, Susan Ashton (background vocals).Producers: Martina McBride, Paul Worley, Clint Black, James Stroud, Dan Shea.Engineers include: Kevin Beamish, Clarke Schleicher, Ed Seay.All tracks have been digitally mastered using HDCD technology.Personnel: Martina McBride (vocals, tambourine, background vocals); Dann Huff (guitar, electric guitar, 12-string guitar, gut-string guitar, 6-string bass); Greg Foresman (guitar); Billy Joe Walker, Jr. (acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Paul Worley (acoustic guitar, 12-string guitar, sound effects); Marty Schiff, Dean Parks, Darryl Schiff, Biff Watson (acoustic guitar); Clint Black, Patrick Bergeson, Brent Mason (electric guitar); Dan Dugmore (12-string guitar, steel guitar); Wayne Dahl, Paul Franklin (steel guitar); Stuart Duncan (mandolin, fiddle); Jim Skelding, Larry Franklin, Chris Carmichael (fiddle); The Nashville String Machine (strings); Jim Hoke (pennywhistle); Tim Lauer (accordion, harmonium); Amy Buchanan, Jim Brickman, John Hobbs (piano); Jim Medlin (keyboards); Dan Shea (synthesizer); Antoine Salley (bass guitar); John "J.R." Robinson , Lonnie Wilson, Greg Herrington (drums); Tom Roady (congas, shaker, tambourine, percussion); Danny Wilde, Gene Miller, Herb Pedersen, Jason Sellers, John Wesley Ryles, Mary Ann Kennedy, Neil Thrasher, Sara Evans, Steve Real, Susan Ashton, Vicki Hampton, Kim Fleming, Liana Manis, Kim Richey, Bob Bailey (background vocals).Audio Mixers: Chuck Ainlay; Clarke Schleicher; Mick Guzauski.Recording information: Conway Studios, LA, CA; Money Pit, Nashville, TN; Sound Stage, Nashville, TN; Starstruck, Nashville, TN; The Music Mill; Wally World Studios, San Rafael, CA.Flavoring her country style with a strong dose of Top 40 pop, McBride simultaneously conveys a fragile femininity and a deep inner strength. She's equally convincing crying over a broken heart ("Wrong Again") and belting out a powerful anthem of self reliance ("Happy Girl", "Keeping My Distance"). And between dueting with Clint Black ("Still Holding On") and collaborating with New Age pianist Jim Brickman ("Valentine"), the petite singer is in good company.On EVOLUTION, McBride's voice is captured at its crystal-clear best. Her vocal style contains echoes of such legends as Linda Ronstadt, Crystal Gayle, and Roseanne Cash blended with the clarity of contemporaries like Faith Hill and Lari White. EVOLUTION clearly shows McBride in top form.



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