Southern Voice

Southern Voice

by Tim McGrawTim McGraw


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Based on its title alone, it would seem that Southern Voice picks up on the harder country edges of Let It Go, but that's not the case: this is Tim McGraw's rockiest album yet, opening with a slow, spacy crawl called "Still" that would not be out of place on a record by a U2 knockoff and often revisiting that territory, taking the occasional detour to Nickelback territory on the Chad Kroeger co-written "It's a Business Doing Pleasure with You." On the rest of the record, McGraw mines a sentimental, meditative vein, musing on major changes in his life and wondering what will happen after he's gone.

Product Details

Release Date: 10/20/2009
Label: Curb Records
UPC: 0715187915220
catalogNumber: 79152
Rank: 25005

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Tim McGraw   Primary Artist,Background Vocals
Greg Barnhill   Background Vocals
Dean Brown   Fiddle,Mandolin
Paul Bushnell   Bass
Dan Dugmore   Steel Guitar
Shannon Forrest   Drums
Byron Gallimore   Electric Guitar
B. James Lowry   Acoustic Guitar
Jerry McPherson   Electric Guitar
Jimmy Nichols   Synthesizer,Piano,Hammond Organ,Wurlitzer
Russell Terrell   Background Vocals
Billy Mason   Drums
Denny Hemingson   Electric Guitar,Steel Guitar
Tom Bukovac   Electric Guitar
Brett Warren   Harmonica
John Marcus   Bass
Darran Smith   Electric Guitar
Bob Minner   Acoustic Guitar
Jeff McMahon   Synthesizer,Piano,Wurlitzer
David Dunkley   Percussion,Conga

Technical Credits

Tim McGraw   Producer
Pat Buchanan   Composer
Bob DiPiero   Composer
Byron Gallimore   Producer
Jamie O'Hara   Composer
Brett James   Composer
Kenneth Wright   Composer
Chris Lindsey   Composer
Aimee Mayo   Composer
Casey Beathard   Composer
Blair Daly   Composer
Joe Doyle   Composer
Erik Lutkins   Engineer
Glenn Sweitzer   Art Direction
Brad Warren   Composer
Brett Warren   Composer
Chad Kroeger   Composer
Joe Moi   Composer
Tommy Douglas   Composer
Darran Smith   Producer
Sara Lesher   Engineer
Lee Thomas Miller   Composer
Sean McConnell   Composer
Troy Olsen   Composer
Josh Kear   Composer
Marv Green   Composer
Lee Brice   Composer
Chris Stapleton   Composer
David Paul Campbell   String Arrangements,String Conductor
Kyle Jacobs   Composer
Joe Leathers   Composer

Customer Reviews

Southern Voice 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
JEM52 More than 1 year ago
I have heard a few of the songs and clips of the others and this album is going to be amazing, just might be his best ever. Songs like Southern Voice, You Had To Be There, Good Girls(superb), Ghost Town Train(perfection). From what I've heard of it has a retro country feel to it, and Tim's voice has never sounded better. Can't wait.
Goodmusicorbust More than 1 year ago
This is a great CD. A CD that should be listened to from top to the bottom. The story is one of love, hurt, redemption, reality, and what life could be like. Just an incredible fun but yet mature listen. Tim's voice is better than it has ever been and the production is so refreshing, compared to most of the shrill or produced Country Cd's that are on the radio today. Thank You Tim, very nice.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love this CD. Have listened to it numerous times and I'm not tired of it yet. If you are a true Tim fan you will definitely love this CD!
GoCaps08 More than 1 year ago
I have missed Tim McGraw on the radio. It just seems like radio let go of both him and his wife, Faith Hill, in favor of replaying songs by Kenny Chesney, Brad Paisley, Taylor Swift and Carrie Underwood over and over and over and over again. What a shame, McGraw is still cranking out some good tunes. I bought this album first things this morning and have already listened to it twice. It's a pretty good album. I thought Let It Go was better, but this album has some great tunes. It's a Business Doing Pleasure With You should have received more's a toe tapping good song, and better than hearing Chesney sing about the beach again. Southern Voice is a salute to some great names in country music. I didn't Know it at the Time is a great mellow song, and If I Died Today is a song everyone can relate to. I don't think there is anyone who hasn't thought about "What will happen when I die?" McGraw's voice is the best it's been. He's always had a thin voice with limited range, but he doesn't pretend like his voice is more than it is, which my ears are thankful for. No duets with Faith on this one, and I think that's a good thing. I would love to see them do a duet album, but it's nice to have this album feature Tim and Tim alone.
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