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Get Closer

by Keith Urban

Get Closer by Keith Urban

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Get Closer

by Keith Urban

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Label: Capitol Nashville
Keith Urban's sixth effort employs the same style of upbeat country-pop he has always excelled at. With only eight songs, the set contains a handful of winners that almost make up for the album's brevity. Spending time with loved ones (mostly in cars) is the feel-good theme running throughout most of the songs. Highlights include "You Gonna Fly," a twanging rocker adorned with a plucking banjo and plenty of those guitar riffs Urban loves to dazzle us with, "Georgia Woods," an anthemic power ballad that just begs for a lighter, and "Right On Back to You," one of the album's few slow songs.

About This Album

Keith Urban's sixth effort employs the same style of upbeat country-pop he has always excelled at. With only eight songs, the set contains a handful of winners that almost make up for the album's brevity. Spending time with loved ones (mostly in cars) is the feel-good theme running throughout most of the songs. Highlights include "You Gonna Fly," a twanging rocker adorned with a plucking banjo and plenty of those guitar riffs Urban loves to dazzle us with, "Georgia Woods," an anthemic power ballad that just begs for a lighter, and "Right On Back to You," one of the album's few slow songs.

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About This Album

Keith Urban's sixth effort employs the same style of upbeat country-pop he has always excelled at. With only eight songs, the set contains a handful of winners that almost make up for the album's brevity. Spending time with loved ones (mostly in cars) is the feel-good theme running throughout most of the songs. Highlights include "You Gonna Fly," a twanging rocker adorned with a plucking banjo and plenty of those guitar riffs Urban loves to dazzle us with, "Georgia Woods," an anthemic power ballad that just begs for a lighter, and "Right On Back to You," one of the album's few slow songs.