History Trivia / KeithUrban

5th Aug '15 8:54:46 PM Twentington
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** Bass parts are apparently becoming susceptible to this: he played his own bass line on "John Cougar, John Deere, John 3:16" after seeing a bass guitar hanging on the studio wall, and initially chose to have the line replaced by a session bassist, but ultimately left his own bass playing in the final mix.
5th Jan '15 10:21:14 AM nombretomado
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* CreatorBreakdown: Having just come out of rehab before ''Golden Road'', Urban shows a great deal of optimism on that album. ''Be Here'' and ''Love, Pain & the whole crazy thing'' continue with the optimsm, but also show the demons creeping back in on tracks like "Tonight I Wanna Cry". After another trip to rehab and his marriage to NicoleKidman, he has taken refuge mostly in uptempos about how happy he is to be in love.

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* CreatorBreakdown: Having just come out of rehab before ''Golden Road'', Urban shows a great deal of optimism on that album. ''Be Here'' and ''Love, Pain & the whole crazy thing'' continue with the optimsm, but also show the demons creeping back in on tracks like "Tonight I Wanna Cry". After another trip to rehab and his marriage to NicoleKidman, Creator/NicoleKidman, he has taken refuge mostly in uptempos about how happy he is to be in love.
3rd Nov '14 9:26:27 AM Twentington
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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: For some reason, ''Greatest Hits: 19 Kids'' isn't on iTunes, so this is the only way to get the single version of "You Look Good in My Shirt".

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: For some reason, ''Greatest Hits: 19 Kids'' (the re-release of ''Greatest Hits: 18 Kids'') isn't on iTunes, so this is the only way to get the single version of "You Look Good in My Shirt".Shirt". Likewise, the re-recorded radio version of "Where the Blacktop Ends" was not commercially available until ''18 Kids''.
14th Jul '14 12:04:51 PM Twentington
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* CreatorCouple: With Creator/NicoleKidman.
10th Jan '14 8:03:53 PM Twentington
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* ThrowItIn: "Little Bit of Everything" is a double example. The "stuttering" ukulele part was thrown in by Nathan Chapman due to the demo track also using a ukulele, and it was chopped up at Urban's request to mix it up a little. Also, the bass line is played on a synth because the first two bassists that they contacted were unavailable, and even though Urban can also play bass, Chapman suggested using a synth instead.

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* ThrowItIn: "Little Bit of Everything" is a double example. The "stuttering" ukulele part was thrown in by Nathan Chapman due to the demo track also using a ukulele, and it was chopped up at Urban's request to mix it up a little. Also, the bass line is played on a synth because the first two bassists that they contacted were unavailable, and even though Urban can also play bass, Chapman suggested using a synth instead. The latter doubles as a SerendipityWritesThePlot.
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13th Aug '13 5:34:28 AM Twentington
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* ThrowItIn: "Little Bit of Everything" is a double example. The "stuttering" ukulele part was thrown in by Nathan Chapman due to the demo track also using a ukulele, and the bass line is played on a synth because the first two bassists that they contacted were unavailable.

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* ThrowItIn: "Little Bit of Everything" is a double example. The "stuttering" ukulele part was thrown in by Nathan Chapman due to the demo track also using a ukulele, and it was chopped up at Urban's request to mix it up a little. Also, the bass line is played on a synth because the first two bassists that they contacted were unavailable.unavailable, and even though Urban can also play bass, Chapman suggested using a synth instead.
26th Jun '13 7:42:36 PM Twentington
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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: For some reason, ''Greatest Hits: 19 Kids'' isn't on iTunes, so this is the only way to get the single version of "You Look Good in My Shirt".

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: For some reason, ''Greatest Hits: 19 Kids'' isn't on iTunes, so this is the only way to get the single version of "You Look Good in My Shirt".Shirt".
* ThrowItIn: "Little Bit of Everything" is a double example. The "stuttering" ukulele part was thrown in by Nathan Chapman due to the demo track also using a ukulele, and the bass line is played on a synth because the first two bassists that they contacted were unavailable.
10th Jul '12 3:53:29 PM Twentington
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* CreatorBreakdown: Having just come out of rehab before ''Golden Road'', Urban shows a great deal of optimism on that album. ''Be Here'' and ''Love, Pain & the whole crazy thing'' continue with the optimsm, but also show the demons creeping back in on tracks like "Tonight I Wanna Cry". After another trip to rehab and his marriage to NicoleKidman, he has taken refuge mostly in uptempos about how happy he is to be in love.

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* CreatorBreakdown: Having just come out of rehab before ''Golden Road'', Urban shows a great deal of optimism on that album. ''Be Here'' and ''Love, Pain & the whole crazy thing'' continue with the optimsm, but also show the demons creeping back in on tracks like "Tonight I Wanna Cry". After another trip to rehab and his marriage to NicoleKidman, he has taken refuge mostly in uptempos about how happy he is to be in love.love.
* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: For some reason, ''Greatest Hits: 19 Kids'' isn't on iTunes, so this is the only way to get the single version of "You Look Good in My Shirt".
10th Jul '12 3:52:25 PM Twentington
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* BreakthroughHit: Although his first album went platinum and produced three big hits (the #1 "But for the Grace of God" and the Top 5 hits "Your Everything" and "Where the Blacktop Ends"), he didn't really break through until "Somebody Like You". A fairly long hiatus between "Blacktop" and "Somebody Like You" helped, as did the fact that the latter was named by ''Billboard'' as the biggest country hit of the 2000-2010 decade.
21st Mar '12 10:37:46 AM Twentington
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* CreatorBreakdown: Having just come out of rehab before ''Golden Road'', Urban shows a great deal of optimism on that album. ''Be Here'' and ''Love, Pain & the whole crazy thing'' continue with the optimsm, but also show the demons creeping back in on tracks like "Tonight I Wanna Cry". After another trip to rehab and his marriage to NicoleKidman, he has taken refuge mostly in uptempos about how happy he is to be in love.
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