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The Guitar Song by Jamey Johnson

Song

Lonely At The Top

Jamey Johnson

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Song

Lonely At The Top

Jamey Johnson

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Label: Mercury Nashville
Jamey Johnson has one of the sharpest senses of humor in country music, which is why his acerbic songs cut so deep. The Guitar Song is a loose concept album: Part one is the "Black Album," filled with the moody, bitter songs in which Johnson excels; part two is the "White Album," revealing Johnson as upbeat as he gets. "Can't Cash My Checks" is a bloody-but-unbowed slow burner that captures the album's best vocal performances from Johnson. "Macon" is a slow-building, Southern rock masterpiece; the Southern gospel background singers take this one to a higher place. Other highlights include "Lonely At the Top," and "Playing the Part" – both of deal with the trappings of fame.

About This Album

Jamey Johnson has one of the sharpest senses of humor in country music, which is why his acerbic songs cut so deep. The Guitar Song is a loose concept album: Part one is the "Black Album," filled with the moody, bitter songs in which Johnson excels; part two is the "White Album," revealing Johnson as upbeat as he gets. "Can't Cash My Checks" is a bloody-but-unbowed slow burner that captures the album's best vocal performances from Johnson. "Macon" is a slow-building, Southern rock masterpiece; the Southern gospel background singers take this one to a higher place. Other highlights include "Lonely At the Top," and "Playing the Part" – both of deal with the trappings of fame.

Songs

About This Album

Jamey Johnson has one of the sharpest senses of humor in country music, which is why his acerbic songs cut so deep. The Guitar Song is a loose concept album: Part one is the "Black Album," filled with the moody, bitter songs in which Johnson excels; part two is the "White Album," revealing Johnson as upbeat as he gets. "Can't Cash My Checks" is a bloody-but-unbowed slow burner that captures the album's best vocal performances from Johnson. "Macon" is a slow-building, Southern rock masterpiece; the Southern gospel background singers take this one to a higher place. Other highlights include "Lonely At the Top," and "Playing the Part" – both of deal with the trappings of fame.