Welcome To The Fishbowl
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|1. Come Over|
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|6. El Cerrito Place|
|7. Makes Me Wonder|
|8. While He Still Knows Who I Am|
|9. Time Flies|
|10. To Get To You (55th And 3rd)|
|11. Always Gonna Be You|
|12. You And Tequila (With Grace Potter) (Live At Red Rocks Amphitheatre)|
2012 album from the Country superstar. With more than 30 million albums sold and 23 #1 singles, Kenny Chesney is one of the most successful recording acts in the history of Country music. In addition, his live shows have become a summer vacation themselves for the more than 11 million fans who have purchased tickets over the last decade. Welcome To The Fishbowl, Chesney's 13th studio album, follows 2010's platinum-certified Hemingway's Whiskey, which spawned four #1 singles. Chesney has been awarded nine ACM Awards and seven CMA Awards throughout his career. Chesney's duet with Tim McGraw, "Feel Like A Rock Star", is the album's first single.
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"Time Flies" and "Feel Like A Rockstar" are the only tracks on the album that seem like typical Kenny songs, but the other songs are all great as well. "Always Gonna Be You", "To Get To You (55th & 3rd)", and "El Cerrito's Place" (with Grace Potter's lovely vocals gracing the background) are all excellent, stand out tracks in my opinion.
It's a great listen that has something for everyone.
Out in the truck, I ripped off the wrapper, and threw it in the player. Right from the get-go, the album kicks off like a KC album should. Even though, for the first time, he starts off with a slower number, it seems to be the perfect lead-off track. The radio hit "Come Over." Then we swing right into the first single off the album, "Feel Like a Rock Star," the amazing, up-tempo duet with Tim McGraw.
From there, the album switch hits between the mellow numbers, and the full on Chesney style rockers.
On this album, I've heard some of the most personal, and introspective ballads I've ever heard from Kenny. He really put his heart and soul into songs like "Sing 'Em Good My Friend," "While He Still Knows Who I Am," and "To Get To You." I would have to say, those are the 3 most tear-jerking songs he's ever recorded.
The beach songs are in short order on this one, but they aren't ignored. "El Cerrito Place" is a perfect addition to the sun and sand playlist. It reminds me a lot of "Anything But Mine" and "Seven Days." Great, great song!
The live version of "You and Tequila" is really well performed, just like KC does, but it did make me a bit sad to look at the personel for that track, and find the Tim Hensley is no longer a part of KC's band. But honestly, that is the only down spot on this entire album.
This one is brilliant. I love it from start to finish, and any Kenny fan, weather long time, or new-comer, will understand what I mean.
Bottom line here is, this CD is one of the best from Mr. Chesney so far. I would give this one 5 stars all day and all night, over and over again. While I loved Hemingway's Whiskey, and Lucky Old Sun, this is the album I have been waiting for from Kenny ever since Just Who I Am was released. It's a perfect companion to his "Big 3" (Sun Goes Down, Road/Radio, and Just Who I Am).
Amazing record Kenny, simply amazing!