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Growin' Up

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Over the past five years, Luke Combs has become one of contemporary country's biggest stars, topping the charts, winning a slew of awards, joining the Grand Ole Opry and even duetting with Eric Church—who very, very rarely anoints a new artist with his stamp of approval. Combs has succeeded at what's been dubbed post-bro country, a more "traditional" backlash to the past decade's hip-hop inflected movement that embraced weekend warrior-ism and turned women into one-dimensional joke characters. Combs isn't outlaw or outsider, there's nothing "alt" about him. He's not worshiping legends like Haggard or Jennings, but you also won't find any AutoTune, borrowed trap drumbeats or pop crossover potential. And fans love that barstool authenticity. When, on new power ballad "Middle of Somewhere," he sings “Just remember when you're driving through nowhere/ To us that's the middle of somewhere," he nails what a lot of America wants to hear. "I'd be drivin' my first car, an old worn-out Dodge/ Tryin' to make rent with a dead end job, just makin' do/ With tips in a jar, my guitar," Combs sings, his voice exploding with power on "Doin' This"—as in, he'd still be playing music even if he wasn't getting paid big bucks to do it; it's easy to believe the passion. Great big "Any Given Friday Night" stomps. Just as arena-ready is "The Kind of Love We Make," which sounds like an easy-feeling Eagles song, but Combs' rasp makes it all his own. "On the Other Line" is swampy fun and clever wordplay:  “Yeah, I’ll clean up the kitchen/ I’ll do the damn dishes/ Baby, I’m wrong, you’re right ... Sorry honey, but I got to click over/ I got a six pound largemouth on the other line.” Combs duets with Miranda Lambert on "Outrunnin' Your Memory," her wild-honey angel twang a terrific complement to his macho rasp as Skynyrd-esque guitars tune the country song to Southern rock. "Ain't Far From It" namechecks George Jones, but this is a feel-good ’90s-inspired juke-joint rocker, a la Brooks & Dunn or even Shania Twain. And "Going, Going, Gone" is like a respectful male gaze case on The Chicks' "Wide Open Spaces": "Like lightnin' in the sky/ Like fireworks in July/ ... Like a whiskey shot at last call/ It's like she was made for movin' on/ That girl is going, going, gone." Combs sums up his own appeal on the Church-like "Used to Wish I Was," delivering a unique chorus pacing that makes him stand out. "I couldn’t be anybody but me, even if I tried,” he sings. “I used to wish I was, but I’m glad I’m not." © Shelly Ridenour/Qobuz

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1
Doin' This
00:04:14

Ted Jensen, Mastering Engineer - Steve Blackmon, Recording Engineer - Scott Johnson, Project Coordinator - Jonathan Singleton, Producer, Steel Guitar, Background Vocal - Greg Morrow, Drums - Rob McNelley, Electric Guitar - Scotty Sanders, Bass - Chip Matthews, Producer, Editor, Electric Guitar, Piano, Programmer, Mixing Engineer, Recording Engineer, Background Vocal - Steve Mackey, Bass - Billy Justineau, Piano - Charlie Worsham, Acoustic Guitar - Luke Combs, Composer, Lyricist, Producer, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Robert Williford, Composer, Lyricist - Sol Philcox-Littlefield, Electric Guitar - Drew Parker, Composer, Lyricist - Zach Kuhlman, Assistant Engineer

(P) 2021 River House Artists LLC, under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment. All rights reserved.

2
Any Given Friday Night
00:03:13

Jon Conley, Acoustic Guitar - Jim "Moose" Brown, Keyboards - Ted Jensen, Mastering Engineer - Steve Blackmon, Recording Engineer - Scott Johnson, Project Coordinator - Jonathan Singleton, Composer, Lyricist, Producer, Electric Guitar, Background Vocal - Adam Shoenfeld, Electric Guitar - Jerry Roe, Drums - Jim Cooley, Mixing Engineer - Chip Matthews, Producer, Editor, Percussion, Recording Engineer, Background Vocal - Steve Mackey, Bass - Randy Montana, Composer, Lyricist - Luke Combs, Composer, Lyricist, Producer, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Sol Philcox-Littlefield, Electric Guitar - Zach Kuhlman, Assistant Engineer

(P) 2022 River House Artists LLC, under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment. All rights reserved.

3
The Kind of Love We Make
00:03:44

Mike Waldron, Acoustic Guitar - Jon Conley, Acoustic Guitar - Jim "Moose" Brown, Keyboards - Ted Jensen, Mastering Engineer - Steve Blackmon, Recording Engineer - Scott Johnson, Project Coordinator - Jonathan Singleton, Producer, Electric Guitar, Background Vocal - Rob McNelley, Electric Guitar - Jerry Roe, Drums - Jim Cooley, Mixing Engineer - Chip Matthews, Producer, Editor, Electric Guitar, Percussion, Mixing Engineer, Recording Engineer, Background Vocal - Steve Mackey, Bass - Jamie Davis, Composer, Lyricist - Dan Isbell, Composer, Lyricist - Luke Combs, Composer, Lyricist, Producer, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Reid Isbell, Composer, Lyricist - Travis Toy, Pedal Steel Guitar - Sol Philcox-Littlefield, Electric Guitar - Zach Kuhlman, Assistant Engineer

(P) 2022 River House Artists LLC, under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment. All rights reserved.

4
On the Other Line
00:02:55

Jon Conley, Acoustic Guitar - Jim "Moose" Brown, Keyboards - Ted Jensen, Mastering Engineer - Steve Blackmon, Recording Engineer - Scott Johnson, Project Coordinator - Jonathan Singleton, Producer, Background Vocal - Rob McNelley, Electric Guitar - Jerry Roe, Drums - Jim Cooley, Mixing Engineer - Chip Matthews, Producer, Editor, Recording Engineer, Background Vocal - Steve Mackey, Bass - Randy Montana, Composer, Lyricist - Dan Isbell, Composer, Lyricist - James McNair, Composer, Lyricist - Luke Combs, Composer, Lyricist, Producer, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Thomas Archer, Composer, Lyricist - Travis Toy, Pedal Steel Guitar - Sol Philcox-Littlefield, Electric Guitar - Zach Kuhlman, Assistant Engineer

(P) 2022 River House Artists LLC, under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment. All rights reserved.

5
Outrunnin' Your Memory
00:04:14

Luke Combs, Composer, Lyricist, Producer, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer, Vocal - Miranda Lambert, Composer, Lyricist, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer, Vocal - Mike Waldron, Electric Guitar - Jon Conley, Acoustic Guitar - Jim "Moose" Brown, Keyboards - Ted Jensen, Mastering Engineer - Steve Blackmon, Recording Engineer - Scott Johnson, Project Coordinator - Jonathan Singleton, Producer, Background Vocal - Scotty Sanders, Pedal Steel Guitar - Adam Shoenfeld, Electric Guitar - Jerry Roe, Drums - Chip Matthews, Producer, Editor, Electric Guitar, Percussion, Mixing Engineer, Recording Engineer, Background Vocal - Steve Mackey, Bass - Derek Wells, Electric Guitar - Dan Isbell, Composer, Lyricist - Sol Philcox-Littlefield, Electric Guitar - Zach Kuhlman, Assistant Engineer - Luke Combs & Miranda Lambert, AssociatedPerformer

(P) 2022 River House Artists LLC, under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment. All rights reserved.

6
Used To Wish I Was
00:02:58

Ted Jensen, Mastering Engineer - Steve Blackmon, Recording Engineer - Scott Johnson, Project Coordinator - Jonathan Singleton, Composer, Lyricist, Producer, Electric Guitar, Background Vocal - Rob McNelley, Electric Guitar - Jerry Roe, Drums - Jim Cooley, Mixing Engineer - Chip Matthews, Producer, Editor, Electric Guitar, Percussion, Mixing Engineer, Recording Engineer, Background Vocal - Steve Mackey, Bass - Deric Ruttan, Composer, Lyricist - Billy Justineau, Keyboards - Charlie Worsham, Acoustic Guitar - Luke Combs, Composer, Lyricist, Producer, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Sol Philcox-Littlefield, Electric Guitar - Zach Kuhlman, Assistant Engineer

(P) 2022 River House Artists LLC, under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment. All rights reserved.

7
Better Back When
00:03:23

Jon Conley, Acoustic Guitar - Jim "Moose" Brown, Keyboards - Ted Jensen, Mastering Engineer - Steve Blackmon, Recording Engineer - Scott Johnson, Project Coordinator - Jonathan Singleton, Producer, Background Vocal - Adam Shoenfeld, Electric Guitar - Jerry Roe, Drums - Jim Cooley, Mixing Engineer - Chip Matthews, Producer, Editor, Percussion, Mixing Engineer, Recording Engineer, Background Vocal - Steve Mackey, Bass - Randy Montana, Composer, Lyricist - Dan Isbell, Composer, Lyricist - Luke Combs, Composer, Lyricist, Producer, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Ray Fulcher, Composer, Lyricist - Sol Philcox-Littlefield, Electric Guitar - Zach Kuhlman, Assistant Engineer

(P) 2022 River House Artists LLC, under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment. All rights reserved.

8
Tomorrow Me
00:03:28

Jon Conley, Acoustic Guitar - Jim "Moose" Brown, Keyboards - Ted Jensen, Mastering Engineer - Scott Johnson, Project Coordinator - Jonathan Singleton, Producer, Background Vocal - Rob McNelley, Electric Guitar - Justin Francis, Assistant Engineer - DEAN DILLON, Composer, Lyricist - Jerry Roe, Drums - Gary Morse, Pedal Steel Guitar - Chip Matthews, Producer, Editor, Electric Guitar, Percussion, Mixing Engineer, Recording Engineer, Background Vocal - Steve Mackey, Bass - Luke Combs, Composer, Lyricist, Producer, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Ray Fulcher, Composer, Lyricist - Sol Philcox-Littlefield, Electric Guitar

(P) 2022 River House Artists LLC, under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment. All rights reserved.

9
Ain't Far From It
00:03:37

Jon Conley, Acoustic Guitar - Jim "Moose" Brown, Keyboards - Ted Jensen, Mastering Engineer - Steve Blackmon, Recording Engineer - Scott Johnson, Project Coordinator - Jonathan Singleton, Producer, Background Vocal - Rob McNelley, Electric Guitar - Jerry Roe, Drums - Jim Cooley, Mixing Engineer - Chip Matthews, Producer, Percussion, Recording Engineer, Background Vocal - Steve Mackey, Bass - Michael Proctor, Editor - Dan Isbell, Composer, Lyricist - Luke Combs, Composer, Lyricist, Producer, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Ray Fulcher, Composer, Lyricist - Reid Isbell, Composer, Lyricist - Travis Toy, Pedal Steel Guitar - Sol Philcox-Littlefield, Electric Guitar - Zach Kuhlman, Assistant Engineer

(P) 2022 River House Artists LLC, under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment. All rights reserved.

10
Call Me
00:03:20

Jon Conley, Acoustic Guitar - Shane Minor, Composer, Lyricist - Jim "Moose" Brown, Keyboards - Ted Jensen, Mastering Engineer - Steve Blackmon, Recording Engineer - Scott Johnson, Project Coordinator - Jonathan Singleton, Composer, Lyricist, Producer, Electric Guitar, Background Vocal - Rob McNelley, Electric Guitar - Jerry Roe, Drums - Jim Cooley, Mixing Engineer - Chip Matthews, Producer, Editor, Electric Guitar, Mixing Engineer, Recording Engineer, Background Vocal - Steve Mackey, Bass - Luke Combs, Composer, Lyricist, Producer, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Travis Toy, Steel Guitar - Sol Philcox-Littlefield, Electric Guitar - Zach Kuhlman, Assistant Engineer

(P) 2022 River House Artists LLC, under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment. All rights reserved.

11
Middle of Somewhere
00:03:20

Jon Conley, Acoustic Guitar - Jim "Moose" Brown, Keyboards - Ted Jensen, Mastering Engineer - Steve Blackmon, Recording Engineer - Scott Johnson, Project Coordinator - Jonathan Singleton, Composer, Lyricist, Producer, Background Vocal - Adam Shoenfeld, Electric Guitar - Jerry Roe, Drums - Chip Matthews, Producer, Editor, Mixing Engineer, Recording Engineer, Background Vocal - Steve Mackey, Bass - Randy Montana, Composer, Lyricist - Luke Combs, Composer, Lyricist, Producer, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Sol Philcox-Littlefield, Electric Guitar - Zach Kuhlman, Assistant Engineer

(P) 2022 River House Artists LLC, under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment. All rights reserved.

12
Going, Going, Gone
00:02:57

Jim "Moose" Brown, Keyboards - Ted Jensen, Mastering Engineer - Steve Blackmon, Recording Engineer - Scott Johnson, Project Coordinator - Jonathan Singleton, Producer, Electric Guitar, Bass, Background Vocal - Rob McNelley, Electric Guitar - Jerry Roe, Drums - Chip Matthews, Producer, Editor, Mixing Engineer, Recording Engineer, Background Vocal - Steve Mackey, Bass - Charlie Worsham, Acoustic Guitar - James McNair, Composer, Lyricist - Luke Combs, Composer, Lyricist, Producer, Acoustic Guitar, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Ray Fulcher, Composer, Lyricist - Sol Philcox-Littlefield, Electric Guitar - Zach Kuhlman, Assistant Engineer

(P) 2022 River House Artists LLC, under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment. All rights reserved.

Descripción del álbum

Over the past five years, Luke Combs has become one of contemporary country's biggest stars, topping the charts, winning a slew of awards, joining the Grand Ole Opry and even duetting with Eric Church—who very, very rarely anoints a new artist with his stamp of approval. Combs has succeeded at what's been dubbed post-bro country, a more "traditional" backlash to the past decade's hip-hop inflected movement that embraced weekend warrior-ism and turned women into one-dimensional joke characters. Combs isn't outlaw or outsider, there's nothing "alt" about him. He's not worshiping legends like Haggard or Jennings, but you also won't find any AutoTune, borrowed trap drumbeats or pop crossover potential. And fans love that barstool authenticity. When, on new power ballad "Middle of Somewhere," he sings “Just remember when you're driving through nowhere/ To us that's the middle of somewhere," he nails what a lot of America wants to hear. "I'd be drivin' my first car, an old worn-out Dodge/ Tryin' to make rent with a dead end job, just makin' do/ With tips in a jar, my guitar," Combs sings, his voice exploding with power on "Doin' This"—as in, he'd still be playing music even if he wasn't getting paid big bucks to do it; it's easy to believe the passion. Great big "Any Given Friday Night" stomps. Just as arena-ready is "The Kind of Love We Make," which sounds like an easy-feeling Eagles song, but Combs' rasp makes it all his own. "On the Other Line" is swampy fun and clever wordplay:  “Yeah, I’ll clean up the kitchen/ I’ll do the damn dishes/ Baby, I’m wrong, you’re right ... Sorry honey, but I got to click over/ I got a six pound largemouth on the other line.” Combs duets with Miranda Lambert on "Outrunnin' Your Memory," her wild-honey angel twang a terrific complement to his macho rasp as Skynyrd-esque guitars tune the country song to Southern rock. "Ain't Far From It" namechecks George Jones, but this is a feel-good ’90s-inspired juke-joint rocker, a la Brooks & Dunn or even Shania Twain. And "Going, Going, Gone" is like a respectful male gaze case on The Chicks' "Wide Open Spaces": "Like lightnin' in the sky/ Like fireworks in July/ ... Like a whiskey shot at last call/ It's like she was made for movin' on/ That girl is going, going, gone." Combs sums up his own appeal on the Church-like "Used to Wish I Was," delivering a unique chorus pacing that makes him stand out. "I couldn’t be anybody but me, even if I tried,” he sings. “I used to wish I was, but I’m glad I’m not." © Shelly Ridenour/Qobuz

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