Mark Chesnutt Lost In The Feeling
- Released: October 17, 2000
- Originally Released: 2000
- Label: MCA Special Products
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Personnel includes: Mark Chesnutt (vocals); B. James Lowry (acoustic & electric guitars); John Willis (acoustic guitar, bouzouki); Mark Casstevens, Tim Mensy, Biff Watson (acoustic guitar); Brent Rowan (electric guitar); Paul Franklin (steel guitar); Stuart Duncan, Larry Franklin (mandolin, fiddle); Jim Horn, Sam Levine, Dennis Solee (saxophone); Mike Haynes, George Tidwell (trumpet); John Jarvis (piano); Steve Nathan (keyboards); Michael Rhodes, Glenn Worf (bass); Lonnie Wilson (drums, tambourine); Owen Hale (drums); Eric Darken (percussion); Carl Jackson, John Wesley Ryles, Lisa Silver (background vocals).
Personnel: Mark Chesnutt (vocals); B. James Lowry (acoustic guitar, electric guitar); John Willis (acoustic guitar, bouzouki); Mark Casstevens, Tim Mensy, Biff Watson (acoustic guitar); Brent Rowan (electric guitar); Larry Franklin, Stuart Duncan (mandolin, fiddle); Jim Horn, Sam Levine , Denis Solee (saxophone); Mike Haynes , George Tidwell (trumpet); John Jarvis (piano); Steve Nathan (keyboards); Lonnie Wilson (drums, tambourine); Owen Hale (drums); Eric Darken (percussion); Cindy Walker, Curtis Young, Wynn Varble, Brice Long, Harry Stinson, John Wesley Ryles, Lee Ann Womack, Lisa Cochran, Lisa Silver, Marabeth Jordon, Bergen White (background vocals).
Audio Mixer: Greg Droman.
Recording information: Javelina Recording STudio; Sound Kitchen.
Photographer: Se¤or McGuire.
LOST IN THE FEELING both marks Mark Chesnutt's 10th year as a recording artist, and shows why Chesnutt has lasted this long. As always, he offers up a judicious mix of genres--Western swing, heartbroken ballads, humorous ditties, straight-ahead love songs, and country classics--all delivered in a pure baritone recalling the best moments of Merle Haggard and George Jones.
Standouts include "Try Being Me," an anthem for the dumped, the hilarious, swinging "It Pays Big Money," and the sexy, horn-heavy "Confessin' My Love." But it's Chesnutt's treatment of two very different country standards--Gene Watson's "Love in the Hot Afternoon" and Conway Twitty's "Lost in the Feeling"--which puts him head and shoulders above the competition. The Watson track, with its blatant references to illicit sex and drugs, is Chesnutt's subtle reminder that country once dared to deal in the adult themes that pop was afraid to mention. His version of the Twitty track, originally cut for the soundtrack to the movie "Daddy & Them," is so faithful to the original that one wonders what he could do with an entire album's worth of classics. But until Chesnutt tackles that dream project, fans of traditional country will be happy with LOST IN THE FEELING.
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