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No Shoes No Shirt No Problems (Bonus Track)
Genres: Country, Pop
No Description Available. Genre: Country & Western Media Format: Compact Disk Rating: Release Date: 23-APR-2002
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Genre: Country & Western
Media Format: Compact Disk
Release Date: 23-APR-2002
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Another awesome effort!
K. Stuckey | Port Huron, MI USA | 07/07/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I was hoping when I heard the title of this CD that the cover would have Kenny Chesney with no shoes and no shirt. No such luck. It is another great effort by Kenny though, and this CD is nearly perfect.
The songs range from the rockin' ("Young") to the touching ("The Good Stuff") and the inspiring ("Big Star"). The title track is my personal favorite and I hope it will be single on radio. The last track is the most haunting though, with some help from buddy Tim McGraw, Kenny pours his heart out and it kind of ends the CD on a down note - the reason for subtracting a star.
Kenny Chesney's star is on the rise because he is an awesome singer, but at the same time a guy next-door type. This CD is great!"
'No Problems' Here
J. M. Zuurbier | Canada | 05/04/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Kenny Chesney took a break from the recording studio for a while, but he's back with his first studio album since 1999's EVERYWHERE WE GO. NO SHOES, NO SHIRT, NO PROBLEMS is well worth the wait. The album features songs which run through a similar vein, reliving memories and the past, all with a sense of carefree and freedom to them. The first single "Young" is a song many can relate with, remembering one's youth where you were free and you marched to your own drum, no fears, no regrets. The title track has a tropical like feel to it, with a carefree feeling and relaxed approach. Songs like "Big Star", and "Dreams", tell the story about never giving up on your dreams, and watching them come true. There are also some commanding ballads that you would expect from Chesney, such as "A Lot of Things Different", "I Remember", "On The Coast of Somewhere Beautiful", "One Step Up", and "I Can't Go Back There". Overall it seems that Kenny took time off, and it was well worth it, with another consistent good album, perhaps up in the running for his best since 1997's I WILL STAND. Overall its a great album for the summer time, or any mood your in, give it a listen!"