Post by .indulgecountry on Sept 12, 2019 18:43:40 GMT -5
Well a Carly Pearce and Lee Brice collaboration was definitely not something I expected to ever log-on to Pulse and see, but I'm looking forward to hearing this. Not really a fan of Lee Brice at all and I think his voice, which honestly was never 'good' imo, has sounded more and more rough lately, but oddly I can imagine them singing together based on the raspiness of both voices, and I've grown to enjoy Carly more and more. I can imagine, provided this is a decent song, that this could be a good move for both of them.
This gives me a total Patty Loveless/Suzy Bogguss type vibe. Felt like something straight from 1993. Gotta be honest though, i feel Lee Brice's part is completely unnecessary and shouldn't even be there. This would be better if it was only her on vocals. Hopefully it will grow on me
Last Edit: Sept 26, 2019 23:59:20 GMT -5 by bigd79
Post by HeyHeyHey on Sept 27, 2019 10:16:37 GMT -5
I really like this one. Carly’s voice reminds me of another country artist but I can’t think of who it is. I feel like it is probably someone I’ve heard from the 90s that I’m not too familiar with. I like Lee a lot too here. I do think this will be a hit!
Post by .indulgecountry on Sept 27, 2019 10:19:12 GMT -5
Caught this by chance on radio on my way home from work this morning and really enjoyed it. I can see the angle where people are saying this reminds them of the 90s, but my first impression hearing this is that I thought it sounded like something coming out of the Texas country music scene. It sounds like it would fit in between the likes of Aaron Watson, Kylie Frey, Randy Rogers Band, Sunny Sweeney, etc. Lee Brice does sound solid here honestly, which is saying a lot since I think he's a pretty weak vocalist 90% of the time. He ended up being a good pairing for Carly imo.
Post by castleoblivion26 on Sept 27, 2019 19:31:14 GMT -5
Lee Brice sounded surprisingly good. Not the biggest fan of his voice either but have been able to enjoy him well enough but I LOVE this song. Figured I would like it because it is Carly and I do like her a lot but I like it more than I expected.
but my first impression hearing this is that I thought it sounded like something coming out of the Texas country music scene. It sounds like it would fit in between the likes of Aaron Watson, Kylie Frey, Randy Rogers Band, Sunny Sweeney, etc.
Or Josh Abbott Band for that matter. Her first entry in airplay chart is Wasn't That Drunk which is kind of a duet and sounds like this (minor key). --- I think the way Lee Brice sings "I'm a wreck, I'm a mess" is one of the most sentimental moments in mainstream country scene.
Hmm I actually have a hard time not seeing this one become a hit. It’s basically serving as Lee Brice’s follow-up to “Rumor” and its very radio friendly. I think it will be a 40 week climb, but I see this making the top 5. Great song too by the way, their vocals are a great match and the production is solid.
As far as the president is concerned, he’s our president and I would rather he not be taking something that has not been approved by the scientists, especially in his age group and his, shall we say, weight group, morbidly obese, as they say...
This is shaping to be a big ol’ hit. Four straight weeks of double digit adds, and they entered the mediabase top40 today and flew through the lower rungs of the chart. Very, very promising start for this.
This song is also selling very well as it is at #32 for iTunes country (#114 all genre). Outselling the latest singles from Jon Pardi, Jordan Davis, Jason Aldean, Ryan Hurd, Trisha Yearwood, Jimmie Allen, Brett Young, and Midland might I add and all those songs have a good amount more of radio airplay.
Very promising start and this song should be a lock for Top 20.
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