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It took a long time for Scotty McCreery to get to his third record, Seasons Change. Five years to be precise, a half-decade that saw the American Idol finalist undergo some major life changes, chief among them a departure from his post-Idol record label Mercury Nashville. The imprint dropped him following "Southern Belle" -- a 2015 single that didn't crack the Top 40 -- and he resurfaced in 2018 on Triple Tigers with Seasons Change, a record whose very title acknowledges that he's no longer the eager, bright-eyed kid he was at the dawn of the decade. The change isn't just superficial. For the first time, McCreery co-writes every one of the songs on an album, teaming with a host of professional Nashville songwriters, including Jessi Alexander, who co-wrote Lee Brice's tear-jerker "I Drive Your Truck" and David Lee Murphy, who had a hit back in 1994 with "Dust on the Bottle." Many other writers are involved on Seasons Change, but those two indicate the tenor and tone of the album: It's an album whose heart belongs in a different era, one that feels much older than McCreery's 24 years. Despite a few surface affectations, such as the faintest hint of a drum loop on the ballad "This Is It," the retro-soul groove of "Barefootin'," and a feint toward hip-hop cadence on "Move It on Out," there's nary a trace of the R&B influence that's so fashionable in the late 2010s, nor is there anything resembling the bro-country of the early 2010s. This is an album firmly and proudly rooted in the tuneful mainstream country of the '90s. Frankly, this is a good fit for McCreery. A singer who always sounded a fair bit older than his years, he feels comfortable with the throwback sensibility of Seasons Change, as if he's finally found a home. There's a charm to his light touch, but that wouldn't be enough to make Seasons Change as ingratiating as it is. That's all down to all the smartly constructed commercial cuts, given a handsome polish by producers Frank Rogers, Derek Wells, and Aaron Eshuis. When combined with the singer's ease, these elements turn Seasons Change into McCreery's best album yet. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine

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1
Seasons Change
00:03:46

Frank Rogers, Producer - Jimmie Lee Sloas, Bass - Ilya Toshinsky, Acoustic Guitar - Andrew Mendelson, Mastering Engineer - Shannon Forrest, Drums - JUstin Niebank, Mixing Engineer, Recording Engineer - Scott Johnson, Assistant Producer - Drew Bollman, Assistant Engineer - Russell Terrell, Background Vocal - David Dorn, Piano - Brian David Willis, Editor - Austin Atwood, Assistant Engineer - Scotty McCreery, Composer, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Derek Wells, Producer, Electric Guitar - Aaron Eshuis, Producer, Assistant Engineer, Programmer - Tommy Cecil, Composer - James McNair, Composer - JT Corneflos, Electric Guitar

(P) 2018 Triple Tigers

2
Wherever You Are
00:03:05

Frank Rogers, Composer, Producer - Jimmie Lee Sloas, Bass - Ilya Toshinsky, Acoustic Guitar - Andrew Mendelson, Mastering Engineer - Shannon Forrest, Drums - JUstin Niebank, Mixing Engineer, Recording Engineer - Scott Johnson, Assistant Producer - Drew Bollman, Assistant Engineer - Russell Terrell, Background Vocal - David Dorn, Piano - Brian David Willis, Editor - Austin Atwood, Assistant Engineer - Scotty McCreery, Composer, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Derek Wells, Producer, Electric Guitar - Aaron Eshuis, Producer, Assistant Engineer, Programmer - Dan Isbell, Composer - JT Corneflos, Electric Guitar

(P) 2018 Triple Tigers

3
Boys From Back Home
00:04:05

Frank Rogers, Producer - Jimmie Lee Sloas, Bass - Ilya Toshinsky, Acoustic Guitar - Andrew Mendelson, Mastering Engineer - Shannon Forrest, Drums - JUstin Niebank, Mixing Engineer, Recording Engineer - Scott Johnson, Assistant Producer - Drew Bollman, Assistant Engineer - Russell Terrell, Background Vocal - David Dorn, Piano - Jason Gantt, Composer - Brian David Willis, Editor - Austin Atwood, Assistant Engineer - Scotty McCreery, Composer, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Derek Wells, Producer, Electric Guitar - Aaron Eshuis, Producer, Assistant Engineer, Programmer - Dan Isbell, Composer - JT Corneflos, Electric Guitar

(P) 2018 Triple Tigers

4
Five More Minutes
00:04:01

Frank Rogers, Composer, Producer, Programmer - Wes Hightower, Background Vocal - Monty Criswell, Composer - Jimmie Lee Sloas, Bass - Ilya Toshinsky, Acoustic Guitar - Andrew Mendelson, Mastering Engineer - Shannon Forrest, Drums - JUstin Niebank, Mixing Engineer - Scott Johnson, Assistant Producer - Drew Bollman, Assistant Engineer - Eric Darken, Percussion - Gordon Mote, Piano - Mike Johnson, Steel Guitar - Russell Terrell, Background Vocal - David Dorn, Keyboards - Brian David Willis, Editor - RICHARD BARROW, Recording Engineer - Scotty McCreery, Composer, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Derek Wells, Electric Guitar - Lance "McGee" Van Dyke, Assistant Engineer - JT Corneflos, Electric Guitar

(P) 2017 Triple Tigers

5
In Between
00:03:41

Frank Rogers, Composer, Producer, Programmer - Wes Hightower, Background Vocal - Jimmie Lee Sloas, Bass - Ilya Toshinsky, Acoustic Guitar - Andrew Mendelson, Mastering Engineer - Shannon Forrest, Drums - JUstin Niebank, Mixing Engineer - Scott Johnson, Assistant Producer - Drew Bollman, Assistant Engineer - Jessi Alexander, Composer - Jonathan Singleton, Composer - Eric Darken, Percussion - Gordon Mote, Piano - Mike Johnson, Steel Guitar - Russell Terrell, Background Vocal - David Dorn, Keyboards - Brian David Willis, Editor - RICHARD BARROW, Assistant Engineer, Recording Engineer - Scotty McCreery, Composer, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Derek Wells, Electric Guitar - Aaron Eshuis, Assistant Engineer - Lance "McGee" Van Dyke, Assistant Engineer - JT Corneflos, Electric Guitar

(P) 2018 Triple Tigers

6
This Is It
00:03:50

Frank Rogers, Composer, Producer - Jimmie Lee Sloas, Bass - Ilya Toshinsky, Acoustic Guitar - Andrew Mendelson, Mastering Engineer - Shannon Forrest, Drums - JUstin Niebank, Mixing Engineer, Recording Engineer - Scott Johnson, Assistant Producer - Drew Bollman, Assistant Engineer - Russell Terrell, Background Vocal - David Dorn, Keyboards - Brian David Willis, Editor - Austin Atwood, Assistant Engineer - Scotty McCreery, Composer, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Derek Wells, Producer, Electric Guitar - Aaron Eshuis, Producer, Assistant Engineer, Programmer - JT Corneflos, Electric Guitar - Aaron Eshius, Composer

(P) 2018 Triple Tigers

7
Wrong Again
00:03:07

Phillip White, Composer - Frank Rogers, Composer, Producer - Jimmie Lee Sloas, Bass - Ilya Toshinsky, Acoustic Guitar - Andrew Mendelson, Mastering Engineer - Shannon Forrest, Drums - JUstin Niebank, Mixing Engineer, Recording Engineer - Scott Johnson, Assistant Producer - Drew Bollman, Assistant Engineer - Russell Terrell, Background Vocal - Brian David Willis, Editor - Austin Atwood, Assistant Engineer - Scotty McCreery, Composer, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Derek Wells, Producer, Electric Guitar - Aaron Eshuis, Producer, Assistant Engineer, Programmer - JT Corneflos, Electric Guitar

(P) 2018 Triple Tigers

8
Move It On Out
00:02:55

Frank Rogers, Producer - Jimmie Lee Sloas, Bass - Ilya Toshinsky, Acoustic Guitar - Andrew Mendelson, Mastering Engineer - Shannon Forrest, Drums - JUstin Niebank, Mixing Engineer, Recording Engineer - Scott Johnson, Assistant Producer - Drew Bollman, Assistant Engineer - Russell Terrell, Background Vocal - Brian David Willis, Editor - Austin Atwood, Assistant Engineer - Scotty McCreery, Composer, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Derek Wells, Producer, Electric Guitar - Aaron Eshuis, Composer, Producer, Assistant Engineer, Programmer - Dan Isbell, Composer - JT Corneflos, Electric Guitar

(P) 2018 Triple Tigers

9
Barefootin'
00:04:12

Frank Rogers, Composer, Producer - David Lee Murphy, Composer - Jimmie Lee Sloas, Bass - Ilya Toshinsky, Acoustic Guitar - Andrew Mendelson, Mastering Engineer - Shannon Forrest, Drums - JUstin Niebank, Mixing Engineer, Recording Engineer - Scott Johnson, Assistant Producer - Jim Horn, Saxophone - Drew Bollman, Assistant Engineer - Russell Terrell, Background Vocal - David Dorn, Piano - Brian David Willis, Editor - Austin Atwood, Assistant Engineer - Scotty McCreery, Composer, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Derek Wells, Producer, Electric Guitar - Aaron Eshuis, Producer, Assistant Engineer - John Hinchey, Trombone - JT Corneflos, Electric Guitar - Steve Hermann, Trumpet

(P) 2018 Triple Tigers

10
Still
00:04:02

Frank Rogers, Producer - Jimmie Lee Sloas, Bass - Ilya Toshinsky, Acoustic Guitar - Andrew Mendelson, Mastering Engineer - Shannon Forrest, Drums - JUstin Niebank, Mixing Engineer, Recording Engineer - Scott Johnson, Assistant Producer - Drew Bollman, Assistant Engineer - Russell Terrell, Background Vocal - Brian David Willis, Editor - Austin Atwood, Assistant Engineer - Scotty McCreery, Composer, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Derek Wells, Producer, Electric Guitar - Aaron Eshuis, Composer, Producer, Assistant Engineer, Programmer - JT Corneflos, Electric Guitar

(P) 2018 Triple Tigers

11
Home In My Mind
00:03:35

Frank Rogers, Producer - Jimmie Lee Sloas, Bass - Ilya Toshinsky, Acoustic Guitar - Andrew Mendelson, Mastering Engineer - Shannon Forrest, Drums - JUstin Niebank, Mixing Engineer, Recording Engineer - Scott Johnson, Assistant Producer - Drew Bollman, Assistant Engineer - Russell Terrell, Background Vocal - Brian David Willis, Editor - Austin Atwood, Assistant Engineer - Scotty McCreery, Composer, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Derek Wells, Producer, Electric Guitar - Aaron Eshuis, Producer, Assistant Engineer, Programmer - Justin Schipper, Steel Guitar - Tommy Cecil, Composer - James McNair, Composer - JT Corneflos, Electric Guitar

(P) 2018 Triple Tigers

Descriptif de l'album

It took a long time for Scotty McCreery to get to his third record, Seasons Change. Five years to be precise, a half-decade that saw the American Idol finalist undergo some major life changes, chief among them a departure from his post-Idol record label Mercury Nashville. The imprint dropped him following "Southern Belle" -- a 2015 single that didn't crack the Top 40 -- and he resurfaced in 2018 on Triple Tigers with Seasons Change, a record whose very title acknowledges that he's no longer the eager, bright-eyed kid he was at the dawn of the decade. The change isn't just superficial. For the first time, McCreery co-writes every one of the songs on an album, teaming with a host of professional Nashville songwriters, including Jessi Alexander, who co-wrote Lee Brice's tear-jerker "I Drive Your Truck" and David Lee Murphy, who had a hit back in 1994 with "Dust on the Bottle." Many other writers are involved on Seasons Change, but those two indicate the tenor and tone of the album: It's an album whose heart belongs in a different era, one that feels much older than McCreery's 24 years. Despite a few surface affectations, such as the faintest hint of a drum loop on the ballad "This Is It," the retro-soul groove of "Barefootin'," and a feint toward hip-hop cadence on "Move It on Out," there's nary a trace of the R&B influence that's so fashionable in the late 2010s, nor is there anything resembling the bro-country of the early 2010s. This is an album firmly and proudly rooted in the tuneful mainstream country of the '90s. Frankly, this is a good fit for McCreery. A singer who always sounded a fair bit older than his years, he feels comfortable with the throwback sensibility of Seasons Change, as if he's finally found a home. There's a charm to his light touch, but that wouldn't be enough to make Seasons Change as ingratiating as it is. That's all down to all the smartly constructed commercial cuts, given a handsome polish by producers Frank Rogers, Derek Wells, and Aaron Eshuis. When combined with the singer's ease, these elements turn Seasons Change into McCreery's best album yet. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine

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