This is the brand new single that Chely has released from her upcoming album on Vivaton Records. I think it's fantastic, easily one of the best things Chely's ever done. I really hope radio gives this a chance, because this deserves to be a huge hit.
Wow, this is really good. It's a great big powerful ballad but doesn't over do it on the production, sort of like "Where Would You Be". Hopefully Vivaton can get her back on the radio. She seems very happy with her leave from MCA (as she should be since that place is a sinking ship). Here's a very enlightening article where she talks about why she signed with Vivaton as well as some of the problems she had with MCA.
Post by BLACK SUMMER. on Apr 9, 2004 12:43:42 GMT -5
CHELY WRIGHT Back of the Bottom Drawer Producer(s): Jeff Huskins, Chely Wright Writer(s): L. Rose, C. Wright Publisher(s): Sony/ATV Timber Publishing; Hillsboro Valley Songs, SESAC; Painted Red Music, BMI Genre: COUNTRY Label/Catalog Number: Vivaton VIV-02121 (CD promo) Source: Billboard Magazine Originally Reviewed: April 17, 2004
Chely Wright's debut for new Music Row independent Vivaton Records is the perfect kind of single to introduce a new label. It's passionate, poignant and flawlessly delivered by an artist who is beginning a new chapter in her career. Between two previous label affiliations—Polydor and MCA—Wright has charted more than a dozen singles, including the No. 1 "Single White Female." Here, she delivers a beautifully written song about mementos hidden in a drawer that represent not only memories from the past but steppingstones to the woman she is still trying to become. Wright's voice is more earthy and emotional than ever. It's as if she is singing directly to the listener—and not just trying to score a radio hit. Always a pretty voice, hers has become a more effective communicator. Throughout, Wright is positively confident.—DEP
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