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Long Black Train
Josh Turner
Long Black Train
Genres: Country, Pop
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No Description Available No Track Information Available Media Type: CD Artist: TURNER,JOSH Title: LONG BLACK TRAIN Street Release Date: 10/14/2003


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All Artists: Josh Turner
Title: Long Black Train
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 1
Label: Mca
Release Date: 10/14/2003
Genres: Country, Pop
Styles: Americana, Today's Country, Neotraditional
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
Other Editions: Long Black Train
UPCs: 008817029122, 0008817029122, 0075021010970, 075021010970, 075021014206


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Media Type: CD
Street Release Date: 10/14/2003

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This fellow's voice!
Wendy Vickers | Nashville, TN | 11/09/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

""Long Black Train" is one of those songs that when I heard it come on the radio, I just dropped what I was doing and listened. Even after many listenings, I just haven't gotten enough of it. Josh Turner's voice is very mature and probably one of the best on country radio today. The rest of this recording reflects a great traditional country sound. Even if you just buy this album because of the title song, you can't go wrong with the rest of it. This young man has a bright future."
A must-have debut CD!
Aristotle | 11/13/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"If this CD only contained the song "Long Black Train", it would be worth purchasing. What a song! When I heard it on the radio, I couldn't believe that I was hearing it on the radio.Josh Turner's deep voice is so rich and pure. To me, it is the best kind of voice for real country music.The cover of the late Jim Croce's "Don't Mess Around with Jim" is a pleasant little surprise. With Turner's deep Southern voice, you get the idea that you might be hearing Slim sing the song."
One of the best debuts this year (or ever)!
DanD | 11/26/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Yeah, I heard "Long Black Train." At first, I was appalled--I wondered how something like that could get on country radio. Then I slapped myself in the head, and realized I was hearing a pretty damn good song. I have atoned for my initial mistake, and searched high and low for this album. I found it, gave it a listen--and now I'm reviewing it, because I figured I had a duty to tell you about this terrific CD.The title track and "Backwoods Boy" are the two best, probably because they're Turner's two self-penned songs on this album. He also co-wrote "Jacksonville," which does deserve some honorable mention.The other songs aren't entirely new ideas...but they don't have to be. Yes, "In My Dreams" and "Unburn All Our Bridges" are almost cliche; but heck, with a baritone like Turner possesses, do you even CARE?There're some honky-tonkers, like "What It Ain't", "You Don't Mess Around With Jim" (it seems everybody records this one nowadays, but hey, he does a terrific job), and "Good Woman Bad". They're some ballads, such as "I Had One One Time" (the best of these ballads, easily), "She'll Go On You" (a song that tells us to spend time with all the women in our life; again a cliche, but an interesting tune nonetheless), and "The Difference Between a Woman and a Man," penned by Bobby Braddock (I swear I've heard that somewhere before). Produced by two of the best producers Nashville has to offer (Mark Wright and Frank Rogers), Josh Turner's debut CD, "Long Black Train," is not only promising--it's excellent! Turner easily has one of the best voices gracing radio today, and I can only pray that I'll be hearing his voice up at the top of the charts."