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Rollin' with the Flow
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Rollin' with the Flow

23 July 2008 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: 21 July 2008
  • Release Date: 23 July 2008
  • Label: AGR Television Records
  • Copyright: (C) 2008 AGR Television Records GmbH
  • Total Length: 39:54
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  • ASIN: B0027ZYEHQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 427,631 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Livewire on 21 July 2008
Format: Audio CD
Mark Chesnutt just gets better and better. In a career filled with great songs and albums in terms of the strength of the 12 songs on his album I would say it's his best yet! This album was started in 2006 on Independent Label Lofton Creek Records when Mark joined forces with Mike Borchetta who had been trying to sign him for several years. The result is that Mark has been given more control and the time has been well spent coming up with an absolute classic. The album has variety, strong traditional elements but very modern, radio friendly with well-written songs, two of, which Mark co-wrote. Eight songs on here are worthy of a top 10-chart position!

It opens with 'Things To Do In Wichita' about a guy who has to "find things to do" to occupy his time while he waits for his woman to call! The pedal steel with piano and fiddles produces a lovely laid back sound and with Mark's silky smooth vocal this is a sure-fire winner. The session players are some of Nashville's finest.

'When You Love Her Like Crazy' is the 2nd single, it's a truly great love song, which has broad appeal with a sound that goes back to the glorious Country era of the early 90's.
'Rollin' With The Flow' is a wonderful remake of the Charlie Rich country hit from 1977 on which Mr Chesnutt has definitely put his own Mark on it.
'Going On Later' is very danceable and deserves to be a smash hit, one to bring down the house! This is followed by 'Live To Be 100', which has a great witty lyric, producing an album highlight!

'When I Get This Close To You' brings a lovely balance and has a real standard classic sound with the lush string arrangement. Mark describes it as "My Haggard song"
No Chesnutt album would be complete without a great drinking song.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By David on 23 July 2008
Format: Audio CD
Mark Chesnutt has one of the best voices in country music. With this, his most recent album, he stays close to his neo-traditional roots. There are lots of great tracks on this CD, all with excellent melodies and engrossing lyrics - and all, of course, delivered with expert finesse by an talented artist. Many of the tracks are slow and mid-tempo, perhaps the best examples being the lead single "When You Love Her Like Crazy" and the cover of Charlie Rich's 1977 hit "Rollin' With the Flow". Other stand-out tracks include the funny honky tonkin' "Come On In (The Whiskey's Fine)", "Woman", the poignant "Man in the Mirror", the light jazz of "When I Get This Close to You" and the closer, "She Never Got Me Over You". "Rollin' with the Flow" is an appropriate title as this collection makes a very easy-listening experience. Fans of the aforementioned Charlie Rich, Kenny Rogers and Glen Campbell will undoubtedly find plenty to like here. Highly recommended!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Dottir on 7 July 2008
Format: Audio CD
I love this CD and so Glad I bought it. Mark Chesnutt voice is as wonderful as ever. I think as he gets older the richer his voice gets. If your a Mark Chesnutt fan like me buy this CD you will not be disappointed. AAAAA++++
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By Amazon Customer on 2 Aug. 2010
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First time I've bought Mark Chesnutt, some tracks good Some poor. Intend to buy "Mark Chesnutt" which seems to have better songs on it.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful
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Mark Chesnutt started life in Country Music with considerable promise. Early on, with albums like LONG NECKS AND SHORT STORIES and TOO COLD AT HOME, Chesnutt wowed the Country world, was a Horizon Award winner and was heralded by such legends as George Jones as someone with the ability to place his star high in the Country heavens.

Then something happened. He got even better while seeming to ignore Nashville and all of the trappings that seemed necessary to make the moguls of Music Row happy. First to go was the mainstream recording company in favor of a smaller, less known studio. He then discarded the visibility that many assumed necessary to succeed.

To make a long story short, with his latest offering, ROLLIN' WITH THE FLOW, Chesnutt proves again that, despite taking charge of his life and career, he is absolutely a bona fide Country Star with the continuing smoothness and sound that made him famous in the first place. From the title track, an excellent cover of Charlie Rich's original, to "Live To Be 100" and, my favorite, "When I Get This Close To You" this album is a natural addition to Chesnutt's already impressive discography, seamlessly interweaving what modern Country Music should be with his roots in the classic Country genre.

It goes without saying that if you are into Carrie Underwood or Rascal Flatts, Mark Chesnutt's ROLLIN' WITH THE FLOW will be far too deep a river for you to swim in. Stick with the puddles that you are used to and leave Chesnutt to those of us who appreciate Country Music in its purity!

13 of 15 people found the following review helpful
Chesnutt's "Rolling" in Hillbilly Heaven 26 Jun. 2008
By Timothy Yap - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Prime Cuts: Things to Do in Wichita, When You Love Her Like Crazy, Rolling with the Flow

Hardcore country fans are rolling with delight in hillbilly heaven with Chesnutt's new CD. With huge spades of rinky-tink honky tonk piano, shafts of twangy guitar riffs, and loads of mournful pedal steel commentary, producer Jimmy Ritchey has again made the traditional genre emblematic of this release. Country waltzes, slow romantic ballads, and sawdust kicking two-steps - genres almost becoming extinct these days are thankfully revived here. After spending more than two years finding these 12 tracks, Chesnutt has indeed a gem of an album with tracks coming from some of his favorite writers such as Roger Springer ("It's A Little Too Late") and other note-worthies such as Dean Dillon, Tony Martin, and Mark Nesler, all of whom have made their mark in the country music business. Most significant in terms of its historic value is "She Never Got Me Over You," a traditional cheating ballad earmarked by acute observations. Apparently this was the last song the late Keith Whitley wrote before his death and Chesnutt's sensitive read has lived up to Whitley's honky-tonk drenched legendary excellence.

Right from the get-go, Chesnutt not only established his country cred but he demonstrates his mastery of strong melodic paeans. Album opener "Things to Do in Wichita," coming from the pens of Ritchey and Bob Regan, an infectious mid-tempo detailing the frivolous things the protagonist tries to do to pass time waiting for his lady to call. Chesnutt's sympathetic vocals are a tour de force. Echoing shades of Waylon Jennings with its pulsating bass line, "Live to Be a 100" is a delightful hedonistic smirk at those health-watching addicts. In line with Chesnutt's tradition to include at least one cover in each album, the lucky contestant here is from the oeuvre of Charley Rich, "Rolling with the Flow." , With measured doses of aguish in Chesnutt's phrasing, "Rolling with the Flow" is a reflective song of regret of a man facing the ugly assaults of aging and emptiness.

Yet not all is doleful, Chesnutt indulges in some tomfoolery with the rambunctious "(Come on In) The Whiskey is Fine," with some belly-laughing lines all over. However, for those who love the romantic side of Chesnutt, "When I Get This Close to You," resurrects those butterflies in the stomach on this slow romantic confession of love. The flurries of fiddles and the smooching undergirding of steel guitars give this romantic excursion a old timey feeling that is just enthralling. Also beautiful is the current single "When You Love Her Like Crazy" strings together a singalong melody and Chesnutt's passionate delivery seamlessly. After such romantic extravagance, Chesnutt's ode to the feminine form "Woman" is made believable with its finger snapping melody.

Despite being on an independent able, Lofton Creek, Chesnutt as not let go the reigns of what makes a great album. In the sea of non descript rockers disguised as country, this CD is truly country. More importantly, the songs chosen here are stellar. Engineered with care and performed with seasoned emotions, it's hard to make a wrong move here. "Rolling with the Flow" is definitely a contender for one of 2008's best country CDs.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
When I Get This Close To You 25 Oct. 2008
By Ilya Zaitsev - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I've listened to many country albums on the market that were released recently, but this one is amazing and more inspirational than other popular albums. This CD is the best because it makes you fell in love and matches your state of mind. I ordered a fiddle along with this CD and now I practice some songs. When I go for a walk and i see falling leaves and gray sky here in october i just turn my player to my favorite one: "When I Get This Close To You" and i feel happy. The only dissapointing thing about this CD is that liner notes don't contain lyrics! I just can't understand why one should make secret of it, and the CD itself is not properly fixed in the case and falling out when you open it. Other than that, music is amazing, real country in every bit of it. i give 5 stars! My favs: "When I Get This Close To You", "Things To Do In Wichita", "Man In The Mirror", "Woman", "When You Love Her Like Crazy" and of course "Rollin' With The Flow".
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Pure Country Sound 25 July 2008
By Lucia Wenning - Published on
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Mark Chesnutt is truly one of the few country singers left not to cross over....he is pure unadulterated country. Rollin with the Flow is a perfect example of this genere.
A "Can't Miss" cd from under-rated Mark Chesnutt! 1 Aug. 2008
By J. Peterson - Published on
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This is an excellent cd for country music fans! Why Mark Chesnutt isn't a superstar is beyond me. I have all but one of his cd's and this one is one of his best releases. A remake of "Rollin' With The Flow", a new hit "When You Love Her Like Crazy" are great along with an upbeat two-steppin' hit "Going On Later On". A can't miss and if you love country music, you should get this one!
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