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  • Audio CD (Aug. 30 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony Music
  • ASIN: B004T4YPI6
  • In-Print Editions: Audio CD
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1. Anywhere With You
2. Keepin' It Country
3. Wide Awake
4. Barefoot Blue Jean Night
5. Heaven
6. Apple Pie Moonshine
7. The Journey Of Your Life
8. Alone With You
9. Settin' The World On Fire
10. Nobody Feelin' No Pain
11. The One That Got Away

Product Description

2011 release, the third album from the Country vocalist. Jake is an ACM winner as Top New Male Vocalist, and has also has earned CMA, CMT, and GRAMMY award nominations while becoming a fan-favorite. He has previously toured with superstar artists Kenny Chesney, Brad Paisley, Carrie Underwood, Sugarland and Alan Jackson.

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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0xa1629888) out of 5 stars 136 reviews
15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa1679600) out of 5 stars Shining effort from a rising star Aug. 31 2011
By terpfan1980 - Published on
I had the honor and pleasure of catching Jake Owen in concert opening for Keith Urban and really enjoyed his performance (as did my then fiance, now wife; along with my daughter). He brings a lot of energy and enthusiasm to his performances and that all shines through in his music.

Thankfully this album was due to be released just a few weeks after that concert performance so we were treated to much of the music that comprises this album as part of his set (along with some old favorites that he was able to work into the show too!).

One of the favorites, at least for me, is the song that starts the album out: [I'll Go] Anywhere with You. If your dreamhouse is a doublewide trailer, sitting back in the hollar, on a country road, then baby that's where we'll go... I'll go anywhere... West Virginia, baby I don't care... Anywhere with you. It's a catchy song that is easy on the ears that also easily hooks you into singing along with the chorus. It's easy to see this song being released as a single in the future, perhaps as a follow-up to the title song which has received so much airplay.

Keepin' It Country is a song that is as easy to figure out as its title. Consider it a recipe for keepin' things country.

Wide Awake is a love song about laying awake in the middle of the night, thinking of your loved one. A little bit rockin' with perhaps a bit of pop influence added in, and a sprinkle of piano mixed in with the guitars (reminding me a bit of Phil Vassar, for examples: Greatest Hits 1).

Barefoot Blue Jean Night, the title track, follows that track and just helps to build up the enjoyment for the tracks that follow. Again, an up-beat, catchy track that is easy to sing along with. I happened to catch some comments that Owen had made to the media on local radio and it was mentioned there that he hopes that fans wind up associating this song with the summer of 2011. It's pretty easy to think that could happen, though only time will tell. Certainly the song is one that invokes memories of summer time similarly to say Katrina & The Waves - Greatest Hits: Walking on Sunshine.

Heaven is another song where the piano comes back, much more prominently. It's a pretty, somewhat quiet, emotional ballad that is really pleasing on the ears. I know I said earlier that Anywhere with You was perhaps my favorite track here, but this one gives that one a run for the money in that area.

Jake Owen talked a bit about Apple Pie Moonshine in his concert set, noting that it was somewhat inspired by, or at least in the style of Deana Carter's `Strawberry Wine.' It starts out with the rockin' country guitar sound and gives Owen a chance to sing in a bit of a rap style (similar to say Colt Ford, or Jason Aldean, who has borrowed from Ford in the form of Dirt Road Anthem on My Kinda Party).

The Journey of Your Life is a very touching ballad that some may find will become their own personal favorite. Again, this is a track that makes it hard to not select as your own favorite, offering me serious competition compared to the aforementioned Heaven and Anywhere With You.

Alone With You changes the pace of things a bit, getting back to the love song genre that seems to prevail a bit here. Like the other tracks here, I really like this song too, but in reality, I don't think there is a bad track on this album.

I'd highly recommend sampling all of the songs here, and really don't want to spoil things that much anyway, so please do sample the tracks and see what you think for yourself. The only remaining track (with 3 tracks remaining on the version sold here) that I might mention comes as a bonus when this album is snagged from that 'Tunes place. In that particular case the track is a live version of an old favorite, otherwise the content sold in both places is the same.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa1679a8c) out of 5 stars Like coming home... Aug. 31 2011
By Ficwriter1966 - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I had no idea who Jake Owen was until I heard a brief interview with him on my local country music station - and I fell immediately for his enthusiasm, his sense of integrity, and his "come on, sit down and hang out with us" attitude. I've owned his first two CDs for about 18 months now, and they are at the top of my playlist.

This new CD is pure Jake all the way. A mixture of styles - some serious, some playful, all performed with that sense of "let's all just hang out and have some fun" attitude I love so much. No country artist I've come across projects it as well as he does. When you listen to Jake's music, you feel like you're spending time with a good friend. What's better than that?

(And, I dare you not to sing along with "Barefoot Blue Jean Night"!)
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
By Meledstick - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I LOVE this album! Every song is choice, from the first one all the way through the last note of the last song. For me this is no surprise, because both of Jake's other albums have been the same way. Not a bad song in the bunch. If you don't know who Jake Owen is and what his music is about, you have definitely been missing out on something! Try this one out and then go pick up the other 2! Trust won't be disappointed! I've been a fan since 2006!
HASH(0xa1679ed0) out of 5 stars This one's a winner--I love being "alone with Jake" singing this wonderful set of songs Aug. 3 2013
By Peggy Long - Published on
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I heard a song on the radio back in mid-2012, and it had a really unusual and original concept and sound: the song was "[I can't be] Alone with You" by Jake Owens. I had never heard of him at the time. But I really loved the song! Since then there have been several other hits from the album "Barefoot Blue Jean Night" and though I rarely buy music (usually I have a country-music radio station playing in the background) I realized this is a CD that I just had to have. The title number is a high-energy ode to a country girlfriend; "Alone with You" starts out "If your dream house --- is a double-wide trailer sittin' back in a holler on a country road". You gotta laugh and then feel warm fuzzies at the idea that a person's material worth isn't as important as to just be together. Then there is "the Journey of your Life" where a young man describes his relationship with his late grandfather; this is a song category that comes up from time to time and this particular version does a good job getting it across. The closer is "The one that got away" (She rolled in my little sandy town....) and it really drives home the sense of regret and loss with an emotional, high-energy performance. I liked each and every number on this CD and by the way, loved Amazon's Auto-rip feature so I can play it on my CD-player or my laptop. And another comment: I would rather have the CD than downloads for the sake of the insert with the lyrics. I like having the text to follow along until I get familiar with each song; also, the photos of Jake are cool, he looks like someone I'd love to get to know. And when the radio station moves to other artists I will have this recording to listen to and enjoy. I seldom review music purchases but am happy to give Jake 5 stars--highly recommended to all you country fans!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa1679798) out of 5 stars Barefoot Blue Jean Night Feb. 14 2013
By Ellen K. Sweeney - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This is the perfect CD for a sunny day drive. The music doesn't disappoint and his baritone voice is a nice addition.
E Sweeney Cleveland OH

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