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Sara Evans|Born To Fly

Born To Fly

Sara Evans

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After the commercial and critical success Sara Evans rightfully garnered for 1998's No Place That Far and the extensive tour she undertook to support it, Born to Fly emphasizes the more contemporary sounds on the recording, while placing some of the rootsy bluegrass back in the mix. She does this with the confidence and authority of a seasoned veteran who is in control of her work. Sitting in the producer's chair for the first time with Paul Worley, Evans co-wrote six of the set's 11 tracks. The studio players assembled on this date are impressive: Ricky Skaggs,Jerry Douglas, Randy Scruggs, Dan Dugmore, Bruce Hornsby, Biff Watson, Aubrey Haynie, Jonathan Yudkin, and Glenn Worf, to name a few. The standout cuts are the playful title track and first single, "Born to Fly," with its fiddles, Dobros, and mandolins; the nostalgic ballad "I Learned That from You," with its whinnying pedal steel; and covers of Edwin McCain's "I Could Not Ask for More" and the closer, a reading of Hornsby's gently choogling back-porch love song "Every Little Kiss." Evans moved to the top of the charts again with this one, and was able to go four deep for singles, solidifying her place at the beginning of the 21st century.
© Thom Jurek /TiVo

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1
Born to Fly
00:05:36

Darrell Scott, Composer - Darrell Scott, Lyricist - Marcus Hummon, Composer - Marcus Hummon, Lyricist - Paul Worley, Producer - Ricky Skaggs, Background Vocal - Sara Evans, Background Vocal - Sara Evans, Composer - Sara Evans, Lyricist - Sara Evans, Performer - Sara Evans, Producer

(P) 2000 Sony Music Entertainment

2
Saints & Angels
00:04:23

Ashley Evans Simpson, Background Vocal - Paul Worley, Producer - Sara Evans, Background Vocal - Sara Evans, Performer - Sara Evans, Producer - Victoria Banks, Composer - Victoria Banks, Lyricist - Wes Hightower, Background Vocal

(P) 2001 Sony Music Entertainment

3
I Could Not Ask for More
00:04:47

Diane Warren, Composer - Diane Warren, Lyricist - Lesley Lyons, Background Vocal - Paul Worley, Producer - Sara Evans, Performer - Sara Evans, Producer

(P) 2000 Sony Music Entertainment

4
I Keep Looking
00:04:36

Paul Worley, Producer - Sara Evans, Background Vocal - Sara Evans, Composer - Sara Evans, Lyricist - Sara Evans, Performer - Sara Evans, Producer - Tom Shapiro, Composer - Tom Shapiro, Lyricist - Tony Martin, Composer - Tony Martin, Lyricist - Troy Johnson, Background Vocal - Wes Hightower, Background Vocal

(P) 2000 Sony Music Entertainment

5
I Learned That from You
00:05:08

Jess Brown, Composer - Jess Brown, Lyricist - Paul Worley, Producer - Sara Evans, Background Vocal - Sara Evans, Performer - Sara Evans, Producer - Tony Lane, Composer - Tony Lane, Lyricist

(P) 2001 Sony Music Entertainment

6
Let's Dance
00:04:05

Melody Schelske, Background Vocal - Paul Worley, Producer - Randy Scruggs, Composer - Randy Scruggs, Lyricist - Sara Evans, Background Vocal - Sara Evans, Composer - Sara Evans, Lyricist - Sara Evans, Performer - Sara Evans, Producer - Wes Hightower, Background Vocal

(P) 2000 Sony Music Entertainment

7
Why Should I Care
00:03:46

Paul Worley, Producer - Sara Evans, Composer - Sara Evans, Lyricist - Sara Evans, Performer - Sara Evans, Producer - Tom Shapiro, Composer - Tom Shapiro, Lyricist - Tony Martin, Composer - Tony Martin, Lyricist - Troy Johnson, Background Vocal - Wes Hightower, Background Vocal

(P) 2000 Sony Music Entertainment

8
Four-Thirty
00:04:31

Bill Lloyd, Composer - Bill Lloyd, Lyricist - Hillary Lindsey, Composer - Hillary Lindsey, Lyricist - Lesley Lyons, Background Vocal - Paul Worley, Producer - Sara Evans, Background Vocal - Sara Evans, Performer - Sara Evans, Producer

(P) 2000 Sony Music Entertainment

9
Show Me the Way to Your Heart
00:03:54

James LeBlanc, Composer - James LeBlanc, Lyricist - Lesley Lyons, Background Vocal - Paul Worley, Producer - Sara Evans, Background Vocal - Sara Evans, Composer - Sara Evans, Lyricist - Sara Evans, Performer - Sara Evans, Producer - Wes Hightower, Background Vocal

(P) 2000 Sony Music Entertainment

10
You Don't
00:05:10

Aimee Mayo, Composer - Aimee Mayo, Lyricist - Ashley Evans Simpson, Background Vocal - Lesley Lyons, Background Vocal - Paul Worley, Producer - Ron Harbin, Composer - Ron Harbin, Lyricist - Sara Evans, Composer - Sara Evans, Lyricist - Sara Evans, Performer - Sara Evans, Producer

(P) 2000 Sony Music Entertainment

11
Every Little Kiss
00:06:04

Ashley Evans Simpson, Background Vocal - Bruce Hornsby, Composer - Bruce Hornsby, Lyricist - Paul Worley, Producer - Sara Evans, Performer - Sara Evans, Producer

(P) 2000 Sony Music Entertainment

Album Description

After the commercial and critical success Sara Evans rightfully garnered for 1998's No Place That Far and the extensive tour she undertook to support it, Born to Fly emphasizes the more contemporary sounds on the recording, while placing some of the rootsy bluegrass back in the mix. She does this with the confidence and authority of a seasoned veteran who is in control of her work. Sitting in the producer's chair for the first time with Paul Worley, Evans co-wrote six of the set's 11 tracks. The studio players assembled on this date are impressive: Ricky Skaggs,Jerry Douglas, Randy Scruggs, Dan Dugmore, Bruce Hornsby, Biff Watson, Aubrey Haynie, Jonathan Yudkin, and Glenn Worf, to name a few. The standout cuts are the playful title track and first single, "Born to Fly," with its fiddles, Dobros, and mandolins; the nostalgic ballad "I Learned That from You," with its whinnying pedal steel; and covers of Edwin McCain's "I Could Not Ask for More" and the closer, a reading of Hornsby's gently choogling back-porch love song "Every Little Kiss." Evans moved to the top of the charts again with this one, and was able to go four deep for singles, solidifying her place at the beginning of the 21st century.
© Thom Jurek /TiVo

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