Brooks & Dunn - Borderline FLAC album
Brooks & Dunn is an American country music duo composed of Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn. Signed to Arista Nashville, Brooks & Dunn has released twelve studio albums and seven compilation albums for the label. The duo has also charted fifty singles on the Billboard country charts, including twenty Number One hits. Two of their Number Ones have been declared by Billboard as the country single of the year: a cover of .
Alternate title "Brooks & Dunn 4" appears on both sides of back inlay. Sony BMG Music Entertainment.
Brooks & Dunn get a lot of mileage out of two potent personalities. Ronnie Dunn's expressive voice, underrated even with the band's huge success, and Kix Brooks' energized stage presence gave their otherwise routine material enough of a spin to earn them their status as country music's leading duet team of the 1990s. The primary exception is an outstanding cover of .
The duo’s revival of . Stevenson’s 1976 hit My Maria is an irresistible piece of pure pop, and showed the group’s shrewdness when it comes to choosing material. While the Brooks-led songs Why Would I Say Goodbye and My Love Will Follow You bear the influence of folksingers like Jackson Browne and Jesse Winchester, Dunn provides husky vocals for slow-burning love songs like I Am That Man. As they became more popular, Brooks & Dunn had. There is a welcoming familiarity inherent in every Brooks & Dunn album, but a diverse set of influences saves them from monotony.
Brooks resumed his career in 2012, releasing a new 12-track album on September 11,2012. New to This Town features nine songs co-written by Brooks, including the albums first single and he followed up his second album with the soundtrack to the western film Ambush at Dark Canyon in 2014. Brooks composed the majority of the score as well as starring in the film. On December 3,2014 it was announced that Brooks & Dunn will reunite along with Reba McEntire to perform a series of concerts in Vegas throughout the summer and fall to 2015.
Released in 1996 on Arista Records, the album produced five singles on the Hot Country Songs charts for the duo: the Number One hit "My Maria" (a cover of a pop tune originally recorded by B. W. Stevenson), the "I Am That Man", the "Mama Don't Get Dressed Up for Nothing" (their first non-Top 10 single).
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Written-By – B.W. Stevenson, Daniel Moore
|A2||A Man This Lonely
Written-By – Chris Waters, Ronnie Dunn
|A3||Why Would I Say Goodbye
Written-By – Chris Waters, Kix Brooks
|A4||Mama Don't Get Dressed Up For Nothing
Written-By – Don Cook, Kix Brooks, Ronnie Dunn
|A5||I Am That Man
Written-By – Monty Powell, Terry McBride
|B1||More Than A Margarita
Written-By – Chris Waters, Kix Brooks
|B2||Redneck Rhythm & Blues
Written-By – Kim Williams, Lonnie Wilson, Ronnie Dunn
|B3||My Love Will Follow You
Written-By – Buddy Miller, Julie Miller
|B4||One Heartache At A Time
Written-By – Kix Brooks, Tony King
Written-By – Kix Brooks, Ronnie Dunn
|B6||White Line Casanova
Written-By – Ronnie Dunn
- Manufactured For – BMG Direct – C112239
- Record Company – BMG Entertainment
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Arista Records, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Arista Records, Inc.
- Backing Vocals – Dennis Wilson , John Wesley Ryles
- Bass Guitar – David Hungate, Glenn Worf, Michael Rhodes
- Drums, Percussion – Lonnie Wilson
- Electric Guitar – Brent Mason
- Fiddle – Rob Hajacos
- Percussion – Tom Roady
- Piano, Keyboards, Organ – Dennis Burnside
- Producer – Don Cook, Kix Brooks, Ronnie Dunn
- Steel Guitar, Slide Guitar – Bruce Bouton
NotesManufactured in U.S.A.
Printed in U.S.A.
|07822-18810-2||Brooks & Dunn||Borderline (CD, Album)||Arista||07822-18810-2||US||1996|
|07822 18810-2||Brooks & Dunn||Borderline (CD, Album, RE)||Arista||07822 18810-2||Australia||Unknown|
|A 685782||Brooks & Dunn||Borderline (CD, Album)||Sony BMG Music Entertainment||A 685782||US||2006|
|ARCD 8810||Brooks & Dunn||Borderline (CD, Album)||Arista||ARCD 8810||Canada||1996|
|07822-18810-4||Brooks & Dunn||Borderline (Cass, Album)||Arista||07822-18810-4||US||1996|