History Music / KeithUrban

30th Jan '16 3:15:05 PM Twentington
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** 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.
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** 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.works; "Without You" is the only other single he's ever had with a fiddle in it.
30th Nov '15 9:10:20 PM Twentington
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** The songs in The Ranch were largely more mainstream and subdued, too.
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** 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.

* LyricSwap: On "Once in a Lifetime", the final iteration of the chorus has different words. The original is "And don't fear it now, we're going all the way / That sun is shining on a brand new day / It's a long way down and it's a leap of faith / But I'm never givin' up / 'Cause I know we got a once in a lifetime love." The last time around, it becomes "Don't fear it now, I'll never let you go / When you're by my side, I know I've made it home…"
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* LyricSwap: On "Once in a Lifetime", the final iteration of the chorus has different words. The original is "And don't fear it now, we're going all the way / That sun is shining on a brand new day / It's a long way down and it's a leap of faith / But I'm never givin' up / 'Cause I know we got a once in a lifetime love." The last time around, it becomes "Don't fear it now, I'll never let you go / When you're by my side, I know I've made it home…"home…" Oddly, most lyric sites don't reflect this, instead showing the abridged lyrics of the radio edit.
13th Jul '15 7:52:07 PM Twentington
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* ShoutOut: "John Cougar, John Deere, John 3:16" is full of references ranging from Music/DonMcLean to Creator/ErnestHemingway to ''Series/WheelOfFortune''.
8th Feb '15 9:13:01 AM Morgenthaler
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* RecordProducer: From ''Golden Road'' until "For You" (from the soundtrack to the 2012 film ''ActOfValor''), he has co-produced with Dann Huff. ''Fuse'' had a couple tracks produced by Huff, but nearly every other track had a different producer.
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* RecordProducer: From ''Golden Road'' until "For You" (from the soundtrack to the 2012 film ''ActOfValor''), ''Film/ActOfValor''), he has co-produced with Dann Huff. ''Fuse'' had a couple tracks produced by Huff, but nearly every other track had a different producer.
6th Feb '15 11:04:29 PM shortride
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* HappyFlashback: "Somewhere In My Car"
19th Aug '14 9:23:52 PM Twentington
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Don't mistake him for most country artists. He's got qualities about him that make him country, but he's definitely not like his contemporaries. Even if he does play a six-string banjo.
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Don't mistake him for most country artists. He's got qualities about him that make him country, but he's definitely not like his contemporaries. Even if he does play a six-string banjo. banjo (or "ganjo").

* LyricSwap: On "Once in a Lifetime", the final iteration of the chorus has different words. The original is "And don't fear it now, we're going all the way / That sun is shining on a brand new day / It's a long way down and it's a leap of faith / But I'm never givin' up / 'Cause I know we got a once in a lifetime love." The last time around, it becomes "Don't fear it now, I'll never let you go / When you're by my side, I know I've made it home…".
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* LyricSwap: On "Once in a Lifetime", the final iteration of the chorus has different words. The original is "And don't fear it now, we're going all the way / That sun is shining on a brand new day / It's a long way down and it's a leap of faith / But I'm never givin' up / 'Cause I know we got a once in a lifetime love." The last time around, it becomes "Don't fear it now, I'll never let you go / When you're by my side, I know I've made it home…". home…" * LyricalColdOpen: The radio edits of "I'm In" and "Somewhere in My Car", although the album versions have instrumental openers (acoustic guitar and ganjo, respectively).
8th Aug '14 10:24:48 PM Twentington
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He went back out solo again in 1998, this time achieving success with his self-titled album for Capitol Records. Three of its singles made top 10, with one of those three ("But for the Grace of God", which he wrote with two members of The Go-Gos) going to #1, thus breaking a nearly three-year dry spell for the label. He returned in 2002 for his second album, ''Golden Road''. This one got more critical acclaim and won him his biggest hit "Somebody Like You". It broke several records for country music, including most weeks at number 1 (at least on ''Radio & Records''), got him a fairly major hit at pop, and introduced him as a serious country artist.
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He went back out solo again in 1998, this time achieving success with his self-titled album for Capitol Records. Three of its singles made top 10, with one of those three ("But for the Grace of God", which he wrote with two members of The Go-Gos) Music/TheGoGos) going to #1, thus breaking a nearly three-year dry spell for the label. He returned in 2002 for his second album, ''Golden Road''. This one got more critical acclaim and won him his biggest hit "Somebody Like You". It broke several records for country music, including most weeks at number 1 (at least on ''Radio & Records''), got him a fairly major hit at pop, and introduced him as a serious country artist.
26th Mar '14 2:47:48 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 Dann Huff, with whom he worked through 2013. Also, his hair was shorter.
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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.shorter]] and he spelled his name in {{all lowercase letters}}.
10th Mar '14 2:10:14 PM Twentington
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** 1991: Sang backing vocals on INXS' live album ''Live Baby Live''
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** 1991: Sang backing vocals on INXS' Music/{{INXS}}' live album ''Live Baby Live''
22nd Feb '14 1:37:12 PM Twentington
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* RecordProducer: From ''Golden Road'' until "For You" (from the soundtrack to the 2012 film ''ActOfValor''), he has co-produced with Dann Huff. His 2013 single "Little Bit of Everything" abandons Huff in favor of Nathan Chapman.
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* RecordProducer: From ''Golden Road'' until "For You" (from the soundtrack to the 2012 film ''ActOfValor''), he has co-produced with Dann Huff. His 2013 single "Little Bit of Everything" abandons Huff in favor of Nathan Chapman.''Fuse'' had a couple tracks produced by Huff, but nearly every other track had a different producer.
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