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Little Big Town

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Download links and information about Little Big Town by Little Big Town. This album was released in 2002 and it belongs to Country genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 37:13 minutes.

Artist: Little Big Town
Release date: 2002
Genre: Country
Tracks: 10
Duration: 37:13
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Pontiac 3:43
2. Everything Changes 3:44
3. Don't Waste My Time 2:48
4. Still 3:25
5. Never Felt Love 3:43
6. Tryin' 4:01
7. Stay 3:27
8. Somewhere Far Away 4:03
9. A Thousand Years 3:52
10. From This Dream 4:27

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Little Big Town is a vocal quartet consisting of two men and two women who sing their songs by mixing up lead vocals and harmonies, such that one may start a song only to have another take the second verse, while some other combination sings the choruses. This, of course, is not typical of country music, nor are the song arrangements, which lean heavily to a folk-rock sound with prominent acoustic guitars and rhythm section, but only touches of fiddle and steel guitar; nor, for that matter, are the songs themselves, most of them written by the group members, which tend toward a pop sensibility with their generalized romantic sentiments. In the inevitable game of describing a new act by its antecedents, one must throw out names like Fleetwood Mac rather than any specifically country artists. Actually, Little Big Town does call to mind certain country acts of the past. They may remind knowledgeable country fans of such late-'80s performers as Foster & Lloyd and Kennedy Rose, duos that earned critical kudos (especially from non-country critics), but struggled to earn a commercial footing and ultimately found greater success behind the scenes as writers. Championed by Monument Records, the same label that changed the parameters of conventional country success with the Dixie Chicks, Little Big Town may succeed by rewriting the Nashville rule book in a similar way.