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If You Cant Say Something Good - Steve Wariner - No More Mr. Nice Guy (CD, Album)


Download If You Cant Say Something Good - Steve Wariner - No More Mr. Nice Guy (CD, Album)
1996
Label: BMG Special Products - 7551744999 2,Arista - 7551744999 2 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country •

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Advanced Search Find a Library. Your list has reached the maximum number of items. Please create a new list with a new name; move some items to a new or existing list; or delete some items. This track is great fun. There is also some really nice work on fiddle by Mark O'Connor, and great work on guitar. Sam Bush also makes a guest appearance on this track.

It's one of those harmless fun songs. Larry Carlton and Randy Goodrum make guest appearances on this track. The keyboards make it sound like something from a soundtrack to a s movie - one of those sad moments when a character is looking back on a relationship, remembering the good times and so the film replays certain moments that the viewer saw only five or ten minutes before.

Those parts are repeated twice more in the song. This song really benefits from the presence of Bela Fleck on banjo. This is a blues tune, with great work on guitar. This track is one of two that are not instrumentals. First this song includes some cool scat, then has one line sung, " If you can't say something good. Changer la langue cible pour obtenir des traductions. En poursuivant votre navigation sur ce site, vous acceptez l'utilisation de ces cookies. En savoir plus.

The Seattle Times. It was a treat to play with the artists. I felt like one of the lucky guys to get to do that. I thought it was a neat show. As far as a dream band, I would probably go back to people like Floyd Cramer on piano.

Maybe Grady Martin on another guitar. The possibilities are endless. I used to sit around and dream about these kind of things as a young kid in Indiana. What is your all-time favorite country song? And what is your all-time favorite non-country song? What an incredible melody. I recorded a duet years ago with Barbara Mandrell. I toured with Reba for a year. I always loved Reba.

And Trisha Yearwood — what an instrument. Anytime I could record with her, I would — in a heartbeat. But there are so many, like Martina McBride. I get to sing with these people and record. I recorded about four or five songs last year just to give to my family and some friends. I saw him about a month ago. We had dinner together. He and Trisha invited us to dinner.

I see him occasionally. Every now and then, we talk. He just sounds great. He was doing great the last time I saw him. He seems so happy. Hidden categories: Articles with short description Short description is different from Wikidata Articles with hAudio microformats Album articles lacking alt text for covers Wikipedia articles with MusicBrainz release group identifiers. Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. Help Learn to edit Community portal Recent changes Upload file.

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  1. Nakus Permalink
    If You Can't Say Something Good: 8 – Steve Wariner With Carl Jackson, Mark O'Connor, Jimmy Olander: Hap Towne Breakdown: 9 – Steve Wariner: For Chester B: 10 – Steve Wariner With Bryan White, Derek George, Bryan Austin, Jeffrey Steele (2) The Brickyard Boogie: 11 – Steve Wariner With Leo Kottke: Don't Call Me Ray: 12 – Steve Wariner.
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  2. Kazitaur Permalink
    No More Mr Nice Guy Steve Wariner Format: Audio CD. out of 5 stars 14 ratings. This is a pretty good instrumental cd. There is a song called Prelude/Practice Your Scales Somewhere Else which is sort of what it feels like for a musician to practice something that he is really not into. And there is a really good song called The Theme /5(14).
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  3. Vur Permalink
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Steve Wariner - No More Mr. Nice Guy at Discogs. Complete your Steve Wariner collection/5(6).
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    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for No More Mr. Nice Guy - Steve Wariner on AllMusic - /
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  5. Musida Permalink
    No More Mr. Nice Guy is the title of an almost instrumental album released in by American country music artist Steve payexchange.net final album for Arista Records, it comprises twelve instrumental tracks, except Guitar Talk. No singles were released from it, although “The Brickyard Boogie” was nominated for Best Country Instrumental at the Grammy Awards of
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  6. JoJolkis Permalink
    Apr 29,  · Steve Wariner: "No More Mr. Nice Guy" () CD Review Album of mostly instrumental tracks features many guest appearances by some incredible musicians like Bela Bleck and Leo Kotke. Steve Wariner is known mostly for country music.
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  7. Kirisar Permalink
    9If what you are doing isn't working, try something different. 10Be clear and direct. 11Learn to say "no." 12Don't make excuses. 13If you are an adult, you are old enough to make your own rules. 14Let people help you. 15Be honest with yourself. 16Do not let anyone treat you badly.
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  8. Gacage Permalink
    1. No More Mr. Nice Guy 2. Big Hero, Little Hero 3. Prelude/Practice Your Scales Somewhere Else 4. The Theme 5. Forever Loving You 6. Next March 7. If You Can't Say Something Good 8. Hap Towne Breakdowne 9. For Chester B. The Brickyard Boogie Don't Call Me Ray Guitar Talk/5(14).
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  9. Munris Permalink
    Listen free to Steve Wariner – No More Mr. Nice Guy (No More Mr. Nice Guy, Big Hero, Little Hero and more). 12 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, .
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