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Kenny Chesney 6/4/1996

Review

With his second album, All I Need to Know, Kenny Chesney began to make inroads onto the charts, a position he consolidated on its 1996 successor, Me and You. While he bears no songwriting credits here, these 11 tracks showcase a more fully rounded Chesney, where the rockers pack more punch and the ballads don't seem quite as big and glossy. For instance, "When I Close My Eyes" is a great soft rock crossover, tuneful and easy but never forced and not dripping with sentiment. Not that he totally avoids sap here, either on the nostalgic hometown tune "Back Where I Come From" or the slow-dance title track, but he's developed into an old pro in spinning this corn convincingly, and when that new trait is balanced by the crackerjack country-rockers that dominate this album -- the opening one-two punch of "Back in My Arms Again" and "Ain't That Love," the superb "(Turn Out the Light And) Love Me Tonight" -- it makes this his most entertaining record to date. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Back in My Arms Again Kenny Chesney 3:23
  3. 2 Ain't That Love Kenny Chesney 3:12
  4. 3 When I Close My Eyes Kenny Chesney 3:25
  5. 4 Back Where I Come From Kenny Chesney 3:51
  6. 5 Turn for the Worse Kenny Chesney 2:35
  7. 6 Me and You Kenny Chesney 3:37
  8. 7 (Turn Out the Light And) Love Me Tonight Kenny Chesney 2:10
  9. 8 Another Friday Night Kenny Chesney 2:33
  10. 9 No Small Miracle Kenny Chesney 3:26
  11. 10 My Poor Old Heart Kenny Chesney 3:2
  12. 11 It's Never Easy to Say Goodbye Kenny Chesney 4:39

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