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Lifted Off The Ground

by Chely Wright

Lifted Off The Ground by Chely Wright

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Lifted Off The Ground

by Chely Wright

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Label: Vanguard Records
Written almost entirely by Chely's weird self and produced with classic pop shimmer by Rodney Crowell, this is one of 2010's most unexpectedly great country albums. A few reasons why: a steamily accelerating railroad tune; two unguarded revenge songs that sneak in words you can't say on TV; a morbidly sweet ditty where Chely imagines her own death and hopes her sister doesn't find the corpse; a cryptic serenade to a beer-drinking gardener who prefers green to tomatoes; a windmills-of-her-mind swirl where she takes a pill then watches planets and punctuation marks (!?!) float in space.

About This Album

Written almost entirely by Chely's weird self and produced with classic pop shimmer by Rodney Crowell, this is one of 2010's most unexpectedly great country albums. A few reasons why: a steamily accelerating railroad tune; two unguarded revenge songs that sneak in words you can't say on TV; a morbidly sweet ditty where Chely imagines her own death and hopes her sister doesn't find the corpse; a cryptic serenade to a beer-drinking gardener who prefers green to tomatoes; a windmills-of-her-mind swirl where she takes a pill then watches planets and punctuation marks (!?!) float in space.

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About This Album

Written almost entirely by Chely's weird self and produced with classic pop shimmer by Rodney Crowell, this is one of 2010's most unexpectedly great country albums. A few reasons why: a steamily accelerating railroad tune; two unguarded revenge songs that sneak in words you can't say on TV; a morbidly sweet ditty where Chely imagines her own death and hopes her sister doesn't find the corpse; a cryptic serenade to a beer-drinking gardener who prefers green to tomatoes; a windmills-of-her-mind swirl where she takes a pill then watches planets and punctuation marks (!?!) float in space.