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Right On Time

Gretchen Wilson

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Album

Right On Time

Gretchen Wilson

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Label: Redneck Records
How country music has changed since Gretchen Wilson first topped the charts in 2004 -- the first No. 1 from a woman in two years -- with "Redneck Woman"! Since, female artists have been all over that top spot. Right on Time shows Wilson tempering her old hell-raiser self some with heavy doses of '70s country rock: Hear the Eagles in "The Gypsy in Me" and Jackson Browne and Bob Seger in "Still Rollin'." Meanwhile, Wilson's vocals absolutely make "Grandma," a song that starts out lighthearted, then turns into a bluesy ode to a dying woman. Also check out "The Well Run Dry" and "Dust & Bone."

About This Album

How country music has changed since Gretchen Wilson first topped the charts in 2004 -- the first No. 1 from a woman in two years -- with "Redneck Woman"! Since, female artists have been all over that top spot. Right on Time shows Wilson tempering her old hell-raiser self some with heavy doses of '70s country rock: Hear the Eagles in "The Gypsy in Me" and Jackson Browne and Bob Seger in "Still Rollin'." Meanwhile, Wilson's vocals absolutely make "Grandma," a song that starts out lighthearted, then turns into a bluesy ode to a dying woman. Also check out "The Well Run Dry" and "Dust & Bone."

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About This Album

How country music has changed since Gretchen Wilson first topped the charts in 2004 -- the first No. 1 from a woman in two years -- with "Redneck Woman"! Since, female artists have been all over that top spot. Right on Time shows Wilson tempering her old hell-raiser self some with heavy doses of '70s country rock: Hear the Eagles in "The Gypsy in Me" and Jackson Browne and Bob Seger in "Still Rollin'." Meanwhile, Wilson's vocals absolutely make "Grandma," a song that starts out lighthearted, then turns into a bluesy ode to a dying woman. Also check out "The Well Run Dry" and "Dust & Bone."