History Music / KeithUrban

16th Feb '17 11:14:35 AM Twentington
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-->'''Keith''': I won't let you fall)

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-->'''Keith''': I won't let you fall)fall
16th Feb '17 11:14:24 AM Twentington
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* CallAndResponseSong: His duet with Music/CarrieUnderwood on "The Fighter":
-->'''Carrie''': What if I fall?
-->'''Keith''': I won't let you fall)
-->'''Carrie''': What if I cry?
-->'''Keith''': I'll never make you cry
-->'''Carrie''': And if I get scared
-->'''Carrie''': I'll hold you tighter
-->'''Keith''': When they're tryin' to get to you, baby, I'll be the fighter
30th Jan '17 8:54:28 PM Twentington
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** His 1999 SelfTitledAlbum has a more subdued sound too. "Your Everything" and "But for the Grace of God" in particular are much softer songs that could've been cut by nearly anyone in Nashville. Also, all four singles have prominent fiddle and/or steel guitar, with very little of Urban's now trademark guitar solos. ("Without You" is one of the only other songs in his catalog that has prominent fiddle.) He also wasn't yet playing the ganjo, which made its first appearance on "Somebody Like You". The album itself was produced by session pianist Matt Rollings instead of Dann Huff. [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking Also, his hair was shorter]] and he spelled his name in {{all lowercase letters}}.

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** His 1999 SelfTitledAlbum has a more subdued sound too. "Your Everything" and "But for the Grace of God" in particular are much softer songs that could've been cut by nearly anyone in Nashville. Also, all four singles have prominent fiddle and/or steel guitar, guitar (even taking into consideration that "Where the Blacktop Ends" was completely re-recorded for the radio edit), with very little of Urban's now trademark guitar solos. ("Without You" is one of the only other songs in his catalog that has prominent fiddle.) He also wasn't yet playing the ganjo, which made its first appearance on "Somebody Like You". The Most of the mellower sound was due to the album itself was being produced by session pianist Matt Rollings instead of Dann Huff. [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking Also, his hair was shorter]] and he spelled his name in {{all lowercase letters}}.
17th Dec '16 6:34:17 PM Twentington
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* UncommonTime: "Blue Ain't Your Color" is in 12/8.
22nd Nov '16 10:56:08 AM Twentington
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** His 1999 SelfTitledAlbum has a more subdued sound too. "Your Everything" and "But for the Grace of God" in particular are much softer songs that could've been cut by nearly anyone in Nashville. Also, all four singles have prominent fiddle and/or steel guitar, with very little of Urban's now trademark guitar/ganjo solos. ("Without You" is one of the only other songs in his catalog that has prominent fiddle.) The album itself was produced by session pianist Matt Rollings instead of Dann Huff. [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking Also, his hair was shorter]] and he spelled his name in {{all lowercase letters}}.

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** His 1999 SelfTitledAlbum has a more subdued sound too. "Your Everything" and "But for the Grace of God" in particular are much softer songs that could've been cut by nearly anyone in Nashville. Also, all four singles have prominent fiddle and/or steel guitar, with very little of Urban's now trademark guitar/ganjo guitar solos. ("Without You" is one of the only other songs in his catalog that has prominent fiddle.) He also wasn't yet playing the ganjo, which made its first appearance on "Somebody Like You". The album itself was produced by session pianist Matt Rollings instead of Dann Huff. [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking Also, his hair was shorter]] and he spelled his name in {{all lowercase letters}}.
18th Nov '16 3:01:03 PM Twentington
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** His 1999 SelfTitledAlbum has a more subdued sound too. "Your Everything" and "But for the Grace of God" are much softer songs that could've been cut by nearly anyone in Nashville. Both of these also stand out for their prominent use of steel guitar instead of Urban's electric guitar solos (although "Your Everything" has a brief solo), while "But for the Grace of God" also has a prominent fiddle. ("Without You" is one of the only other songs in his catalog that has prominent fiddle.) The album itself was produced by session pianist Matt Rollings instead of Dann Huff. [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking Also, his hair was shorter]] and he spelled his name in {{all lowercase letters}}.

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** His 1999 SelfTitledAlbum has a more subdued sound too. "Your Everything" and "But for the Grace of God" in particular are much softer songs that could've been cut by nearly anyone in Nashville. Both of these also stand out for their Also, all four singles have prominent use of fiddle and/or steel guitar instead guitar, with very little of Urban's electric guitar solos (although "Your Everything" has a brief solo), while "But for the Grace of God" also has a prominent fiddle.now trademark guitar/ganjo solos. ("Without You" is one of the only other songs in his catalog that has prominent fiddle.) The album itself was produced by session pianist Matt Rollings instead of Dann Huff. [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking Also, his hair was shorter]] and he spelled his name in {{all lowercase letters}}.
14th Nov '16 7:22:50 PM Twentington
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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: His 1999 album has a more subdued rock influence, and songs like "Your Everything" and "But for the Grace of God" that sound like they could've been cut like anyone. It was also produced by Matt Rollings instead of longtime producer Dann Huff. [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking Also, his hair was shorter]] and he spelled his name in {{all lowercase letters}}.
** The songs in The Ranch were largely more mainstream and subdued, too. "Just Some Love" in particular has a fiddle solo, which sounds particularly strange in contrast to his later works; "Without You" is the only other single he's ever had with a fiddle in it.

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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: His 1999 album has a more subdued rock influence, and songs like "Your Everything" and "But for the Grace of God" that sound like they could've been cut like anyone. It was also produced by Matt Rollings instead of longtime producer Dann Huff. [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking Also, his hair was shorter]] and he spelled his name in {{all lowercase letters}}.
EarlyInstallmentWeirdness:
** The songs in The Ranch were largely more mainstream and subdued, too. subdued. "Just Some Love" in particular has a fiddle solo, which sounds particularly strange in contrast to his later works; "Without works.
** His 1999 SelfTitledAlbum has a more subdued sound too. "Your Everything" and "But for the Grace of God" are much softer songs that could've been cut by nearly anyone in Nashville. Both of these also stand out for their prominent use of steel guitar instead of Urban's electric guitar solos (although "Your Everything" has a brief solo), while "But for the Grace of God" also has a prominent fiddle. ("Without
You" is one of the only other single he's ever had with a fiddle songs in it.his catalog that has prominent fiddle.) The album itself was produced by session pianist Matt Rollings instead of Dann Huff. [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking Also, his hair was shorter]] and he spelled his name in {{all lowercase letters}}.
14th Nov '16 6:36:32 PM Twentington
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* HappyFlashback: "Somewhere In My Car"

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* HappyFlashback: "Somewhere In My Car"Car":
-->But in my mind were somewhere in my car\\
And it's raining hard on the streetlight glow\\
You got your lips on mine, its gasoline on fire\\
I never will forget, you grabbed my shirt and pulled it over my head\\
And your fingertips slide up and down my back\\
Breathin' hard, steamin' up the glass\\
I'd give anything if I could bring you back home
11th Nov '16 11:43:24 AM Twentington
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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: His 1999 album has a more subdued rock influence, and songs like "Your Everything" and "But for the Grace of God" that sound like they could've been cut like anyone. It was also produced by Matt Rollings instead of Dann Huff, with whom he worked through 2013. [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking Also, his hair was shorter]] and he spelled his name in {{all lowercase letters}}.

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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: His 1999 album has a more subdued rock influence, and songs like "Your Everything" and "But for the Grace of God" that sound like they could've been cut like anyone. It was also produced by Matt Rollings instead of longtime producer Dann Huff, with whom he worked through 2013.Huff. [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking Also, his hair was shorter]] and he spelled his name in {{all lowercase letters}}.



* NewSoundAlbum: ''Fuse'' is his first album since ''Golden Road'' not to be produced (entirely) by Dann Huff. Counting Urban, eleven producers trade off on the tracks, and the sound is even ''more'' pop than his previous works.

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* NewSoundAlbum: ''Fuse'' is his first album since ''Golden Road'' not to be produced (entirely) by Dann Huff. Counting Urban, eleven and ''Ripcord'' both stand out for having several more producers trade off instead of just himself and Dann Huff (although Huff still does a few tracks on each). Many of the tracks, and the sound is tracks on both are even ''more'' more pop than his previous works.usual for him as a result.
5th Nov '16 12:15:39 PM Morgenthaler
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** 1995: Co-wrote "Jesus Gets Jealous of Santa Claus" on TobyKeith's ''Christmas to Christmas'', and "That Was Him (This Is Now)" by 4 Runner

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** 1995: Co-wrote "Jesus Gets Jealous of Santa Claus" on TobyKeith's Music/TobyKeith's ''Christmas to Christmas'', and "That Was Him (This Is Now)" by 4 Runner
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