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Punching Bag by Josh Turner

Album

Punching Bag

Josh Turner

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Album

Punching Bag

Josh Turner

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Label: MCA Nashville
After the adrenaline rush of Punching Bag's intro and title track, Josh Turner's fourth effort settles nicely into the traditional country groove fans have come to love. With a despondent-sounding piano, lonely slide guitar and Turner's deep voice, "Cold Shoulder" sounds like a classic tear-in-my-beer country song from days gone by. "Pallbearer," which features Iris DeMent's haunting vocals and Marty Stuart's mourning mandolin, is a stunning left-at-the-altar song that uses bereaved funeral images to make its point. Other highlights: "Whatcha Reckon," "For the Love of God" and "Left Hand Man."

About This Album

After the adrenaline rush of Punching Bag's intro and title track, Josh Turner's fourth effort settles nicely into the traditional country groove fans have come to love. With a despondent-sounding piano, lonely slide guitar and Turner's deep voice, "Cold Shoulder" sounds like a classic tear-in-my-beer country song from days gone by. "Pallbearer," which features Iris DeMent's haunting vocals and Marty Stuart's mourning mandolin, is a stunning left-at-the-altar song that uses bereaved funeral images to make its point. Other highlights: "Whatcha Reckon," "For the Love of God" and "Left Hand Man."

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About This Album

After the adrenaline rush of Punching Bag's intro and title track, Josh Turner's fourth effort settles nicely into the traditional country groove fans have come to love. With a despondent-sounding piano, lonely slide guitar and Turner's deep voice, "Cold Shoulder" sounds like a classic tear-in-my-beer country song from days gone by. "Pallbearer," which features Iris DeMent's haunting vocals and Marty Stuart's mourning mandolin, is a stunning left-at-the-altar song that uses bereaved funeral images to make its point. Other highlights: "Whatcha Reckon," "For the Love of God" and "Left Hand Man."