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Country - Released May 22, 2020 | Broken Bow Records

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Country - Released March 8, 2005 | Broken Bow Records

Craig Morgan has said in interviews that his 10 years of active military service gave him a lot of time to think about his life back home. Apparently, the long hours of hurry-up-and-wait honed his eye for detail, as the songs on MY KIND OF LIVIN' are filled with vivid imagery. Though much of the music has a smooth pop slant, Morgan's twangy George Strait-like voice and down-home lyrics are all country. In fact, "I'm Country" is an affirmation of the singer's rustic roots, giving a tip of the hat to everything from black-eyed peas to the NRA. "If You Like That" is an ideal wedding song, matching gentle keyboards and sweet fiddles with a suitor's question-popping promise of a simple life. "Redneck Yacht Club" is a good-time examination of summer lakeside hi-jinks, set to funky clavinet and mandolin-picking. Unabashedly proud of his rural lifestyle, Craig Morgan paints pictures that invite the listener back home for a visit on MY KIND OF LIVIN'. © TiVo
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Country - Released September 30, 2008 | Broken Bow Records

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Beginning in 2000, Craig Morgan released a string of albums that established him as a fresh, noteworthy voice on the contemporary country scene. Since that time, however, Morgan has been racking up a string of chart hits, and the appearance of 2008’s GREATEST HITS will remind country fans that Morgan has been responsible for many fine tunes. Morgan can be wistful (“Almost Home”) or humorous (“Redneck Yacht Club”), but his well-crafted songs, the best of which are collected here, are sure to make country fans smile. © TiVo
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Country - Released September 3, 2013 | Black River Entertainment

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Country - Released October 31, 2006 | Broken Bow Records

In 2006, country singer Craig Morgan followed up his highly successful album My Kind of Livin' with Little Bit of Life. Like its predecessor, Life finds the Tennessee native celebrating simple pleasures, most notably on the amiable title track. Other highlights of the record include "International Harvester," a stomping ode to rural living, and the gentle "Sweet Old Fashion Goodness," both of which showcase Morgan's folksy, easygoing charm. © TiVo
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Country - Released May 26, 2009 | BNA Records Label

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Country - Released May 22, 2020 | Broken Bow Records

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Country - Released August 30, 2019 | Broken Bow Records

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Country - Released June 3, 2016 | Black River Entertainment

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Country - Released March 11, 2003 | Broken Bow Records

In 2000, Craig Morgan dipped his toes into the current of country music with a self-titled album on a dying Nashville label. That album yielded "Something to Write Home About," which introduced Morgan to a CMT video audience and modest radio airplay. Now backed by Broken Bow Records, Morgan's first single, "Almost Home," from the new I Love It disc, is a mere sampling of a pleasingly diverse CD. On the fun side, Morgan sings about the almighty dollar in "Money," a real toe-tapper. "Look at Us," with its plucky string riffs, has a rolling melody fit for head bopping, as does "Where Has My Hometown Gone," about revisiting a strange and now unfamiliar stomping ground with a mini-mall where squirrel hunters used to stalk their prey. The subject matter may not always be weighty, but the writing (Morgan co-wrote most the cuts) is believable and well-crafted. Especially noteworthy are ballads like "Every Friday Afternoon," which may well be the album's prime cut. Morgan captures the heart-wrenching duplicity of two stories about letting go: one about the girl leaving the boy seamlessly interwoven with the story of a father and child. Because of his tenure in the United States Army, it is no surprise that Morgan includes "God, Family and Country." In the post 9/11 world, a token patriotic cut graces almost every album, but the singer's experiences justify the patriotism. It is obvious that Craig Morgan's career is taking on new meaning and direction with the release of I Love It. The material is solid, the performance is quality, and the collection is worthy of attention. © Rick Cohoon /TiVo
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Country - Released April 24, 2020 | Broken Bow Records

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Country - Released August 30, 2019 | Broken Bow Records

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Country - Released March 27, 2020 | Broken Bow Records

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Country - Released November 1, 2011 | Black River Entertainment

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Country - Released May 27, 2016 | Black River Entertainment

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Country - Released February 28, 2012 | Black River Entertainment

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Country - Released May 13, 2016 | Black River Entertainment

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Country - Released August 2, 2011 | Black River Entertainment

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Country - Released November 11, 2013 | Black River Entertainment

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Country - Released April 21, 2017 | Black River Entertainment