Evans - Restless
CD Review by Jim Weaver
Sara Evans brings her
smooth vocal style to album number four titled Restless,
in stores now. The lead single, "Backseat Of A Greyhound Bus",
unfortunately didn't make it as high on the charts as I predicted which
is a shame, I thought it was a great story song with a fantastic
message... an unwed mother finds out about true love after giving birth
to her new baby girl. But not to worry, there are plenty of songs on
this CD that Sara can be very proud of and should have great chart
success as well. Her next single, "Perfect" issued to
radio this week is probably the best song on the CD as far am concerned.
Sara co-wrote the song with Tom Shapiro and Tony Martin and it really
shows off her vocal range and flirtatious performance ability, it's a
fun song about how our love doesn't have to be "Perfect"...
just good enough. Fun stuff, you should be hearing that one on the radio
soon if you haven't already.
is Sara's second time out co-producing her own music and considering her
last attempt, Born To Fly, is approaching double platinum
status in sales it seems to be working out nicely. As Sara says in her
bio; ďI wanted to co-produceÖ itís my record. Iíve got to be
there because if Iím not then itís my own fault if I donít like
it. I guess I may be somewhat a control freak when it comes to my music
but now that I have one platinum record I want five of them.Ē
I think this CD is another leap up the steps of superstardom for Sara.
There will be hits, there will be sales, the current fans will love her
even more and she will gain new fans as well... what more could any
the way the video of Sara's new single "Perfect" will
debut this Saturday, August 30th on CMT's Most Wanted Live.
2. Backseat Of A Greyhound Bus
6. Need To Be Next To You
7. To Be Happy
9. Otis Redding
10. Feel It Comin' On
11. I Give In
12. Big Cry
13. Suds In The Bucket
Review by Jim Weaver:
Very nice site, just a little FLASH usage and plenty of stuff to read
and see. One warning... "Singing Site Alert"! This one will
blow your speakers off the desk if they're up too loud so mind that
volume control. You can stop the music but it may take you a few seconds
to find the Audio Stop button. The only other thing missing is a
"Message Board", I think those should be on every artists site
but that's just me.
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