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Chase Wright – Intertwined

CD Review: Chase Wright – Intertwined

by Chris J. Keaton for Country Music News International

Drive

My Kinda Morning

What She Sees In Me

Hangin’ On

Why Should We

Wish You’d Miss Me

Why Can’t It Be Over

Missing You

Lying With You

Intertwined (featuring Delaney Jane)

 

Chase Wright’s new album Intertwined should be a gift for country music radio programmers everywhere.  It’s right on the money as far as what radio wants and needs to gain listeners. His cadence is great,  his voice engaging and the songs are downright infectious with multiple hooks in each track.  IMHO, Chase Wright is definitely on to something.

 

As a listener I really appreciate his underlying R&B vibe and as a fan of the creative process I admire his art.  And let’s be clear: music IS art from start to finish.  From the spark of inspiration, the writing process, the pre production, the recording process, the interaction between musicians, engineers and producers. And to clarify further:  art and music are subjective mediums and not every one will like everything.  That’s okay.  As long as you appreciate the process.

 

The standout track to me is Hangin’ On, written by Jerry Flowers, Jared Keim and Chase.  May we speak freely here?  DAMN, that track grooves right along and if you can sit still while listening you may want to check your pulse!

 

I like Chase Wright’s album.  I hope you do, too.  But is you don’t that’s okay, too. As long as you appreciate the process.

 

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