Lee Brice - I Don't Dance (Deluxe Edition)


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Lee Brice performed a rare feat in 2012: he became a star on the back of ballads, not party songs. Country has a long history of gentle, masculine crooners but the 2010s were rife with suburban dudes in tight jeans who sang slow songs only as a change of pace. Brice specialized in an assured delivery, taking such reflective songs as "Hard to Love" and "I Drive Your Truck" to the upper reaches of the country charts, and this success has led him to double down on deliberation on 2014's "I Don't Dance." There is some volume to the record and a considerable amount of sly electronic textures -- this especially surfaces in the rhythms, which are sometimes looped, although there's some playful Auto-Tune; the three bonus tracks on the deluxe edition emphasize this side -- but the defining characteristic of "I Don't Dance" is how unhurried Brice seems, lending the same casual authority to the faster or grittier numbers ("No Better Than This," "Drinking Class," or "Girls in Bikinis," which is just plain silly) as he does on the ballads. This relaxed confidence is beguiling and also suits the songs, which Brice largely had a hand in composing (only three of the 13 songs don't bear a songwriting credit from him). Without the liner notes, it's hard to tell which songs come from Brice's pen and which don't, but that only signals how cohesive the album is. As skilled and commercially savvy a writer as he is -- and he is, that's his background -- he keeps the focus on his performance, letting the album come on smooth and strong. "I Don't Dance" may sink its teeth in slightly slowly, but that's Brice's style: he lets the listener come to him and, once they're there, he offers a warm seduction that lasts not just for a night but for a relationship. - by Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi


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Lee Brice
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I Don't Dance, No Better Than This, Show You Off Tonight, Always The Only One, Good Man, Drinking Class, That Don't Sound Like You, Girls In Bikinis, Sirens, Somebody's Been Drinking, Hard To Figure Out (The Airport Song), My Carolina, Panama City, More My Style, Closer, Whiskey Used To Burn
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30154233, 30408778

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Lee Brice - I Don't Dance (Deluxe Edition) is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from awesome! All good songs
Date published: 2015-01-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from In Love I am in love with this cd! Lee Brice, you are amazing!!! Every song is so good.
Date published: 2015-01-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Solid Lee Brice Album To be honest I purchased this album for Lee's hit song "I Don't Dance" and truthfully only from Walmart because this particular album came with a few extra tracks. I am happy to now be in the position to say that the album as a whole is a great testament to Lee Brice's musical prowess, his growing and expanding musical base, and his depth and range not only in vocals, lyrics, and song choice, but in musical pioneering as well. Putting "I Don't Dance" aside and thinking about the rest of the album there were a few songs that really struck a cord with me. The best I feel in the entire album goes to "Sirens." To me this encapsulates enough of the country feel to something Lee has been doing well for some time now--putting country on a fast-paced, kicking tempo. I have found myself listening to it non-stop and enjoying every heart-racing moment. Another knock out unknown for me was "My Carolina." I may be a bit biased to the songs that have rock roots, but this one has a simple musical backdrop to some of Lee's hardest sung lyrics. Each word sounds like it was really stressed, strained, and worked for which made this track an instant favorite for me. Two other songs I particularly liked were "That Don't Sound Like You" which I found to be my emotional song behind his smash hit, and "Hard to Figure Out" which reminds me that musicians no matter how big can really have those life-changing moments that tell some of the best stories. The one sour note for me was the more party song "Girls in Bikinis" which didn't jive with the rest of the album for me. So what's the bottom line? Snag this album and enjoy it as there is so much musical talent in 16 tracks it can be scary.
Date published: 2014-11-22
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