Bryan White Greatest Hits [Elektra]
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- Released: August 21, 2007
- Label: Rhino
- 1.Love Is the Right Place
- 2.Rebecca Lynn
- 3.Sittin' on Go
- 4.I'm Not Supposed to Love You Anymore
- 5.How Long
- 6.From This Moment On
- 7.That's Another Song
- 8.So Much For Pretending
- 9.The Way You Look at Me
- 10.One Small Miracle
- 11.Look at Me Now
- 12.Someone Else's Star
Personnel includes: Bryan White (vocals, acoustic guitar); Shania Twain (vocals); Larry Byron, Billy Joe Walker, Jr. (acoustic & electric guitar); Dan Dugmore (steel guitar); Jerry Douglas (dobro); Stuart Duncan (fiddle); Steve Nathan (organ); Matt Rollings (keyboards); Glenn Worf (bass); Paul Leim (drums); Terry McMillan (percussion); Curtis Young, Dennis Wilson, Wes Hightower, Cindy Walker Richardson (background vocals).
Producers: Billy Joe Walker, Jr., Kyle Lehning, Robert John "Mutt" Lange.
Additional personnel: Shania Twain.
As demonstrated on this compilation, which contains his ten biggest hits and two new tracks, Bryan White never made really compelling country music. In fact, the music is only country-flavored pop, the real antecedents for which lie in early '70s folk-rock. When White performs a ballad like "I'm Not Supposed to Love You," it sounds like the Eagles doing "Desperado"; when he turns to a rhythm song like "So Much for Pretending," it recalls Stephen Stills' "Love the One You're With." Clearly, White is more pop than country, and he has paid the price by apparently becoming a has-been before his 25th birthday. The two new songs, "How Long" and "The Way You Look at Me," are typically pleasant, but they don't sound like what's needed to turn things around. As it stands, Greatest Hits, which manages to encapsulate all of White's popular material without including anything from his 1999 album How Lucky I Am, sums up a representative career in the pop-oriented country music of the '90s with no indication that that career will flourish in the future. ~ William Ruhlmann
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