Charlie Worsham – Beginning of Things (2017) [FLAC 24 bit, 44,1 kHz]

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Artist: Charlie Worsham
Album: Beginning of Things
Genre: Country
Release Date: 2017
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 44,1 kHz
Duration: 44:58
Total Tracks: 13
Total Size: 517 MB


1-01. Charlie Worsham – Pants (00:14)
1-02. Charlie Worsham – Please People Please (03:57)
1-03. Charlie Worsham – Southern By the Grace of God (04:33)
1-04. Charlie Worsham – Call You Up (03:30)
1-05. Charlie Worsham – Lawn Chair Don’t Care (02:46)
1-06. Charlie Worsham – Only Way to Fly (03:57)
1-07. Charlie Worsham – Old Time’s Sake (03:22)
1-08. Charlie Worsham – Cut Your Groove (04:11)
1-09. Charlie Worsham – I Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere (04:21)
1-10. Charlie Worsham – The Beginning of Things (04:17)
1-11. Charlie Worsham – Birthday Suit (03:19)
1-12. Charlie Worsham – I-55 (03:37)
1-13. Charlie Worsham – Take Me Drunk (02:47)


“Beginning of Things” is the second album from American country music singer Charlie Worsham. It follows 2013’s “Rubberband”, which received widespread acclaim. American Songwriter calls Worsham, “the sort of triple threat artist that seems in short supply on Music Row these days. He writes well, sings well, and is a skilled and tasteful guitarist to boot”, while Rolling Stone asserts, “A fleet-fingered guitarist and empathetic vocalist, his talent is reminiscent of a young Keith Urban in all the best ways”.Charlie Worsham seemed slightly over-polished on his 2013 debut Rubberband, so the clever, quirky Beginning of Things comes as a welcome surprise. Worsham still indulges in studio slickness — this is a major label through and through, a record driven by pro musicians and packaged as a gleaming object — but he shifts directions from song to song, moving from gentle fingerpicking folk to simmering soul, even cooking up a country-disco groove for “Birthday Suit.” This is one of several songs deliberately played for laughs, and Worsham’s way with a joke — which was buried on Rubberband — is one of the best things about Beginning of Things. With its bubbling hook and train-track rhythm, “Lawn Chair Don’t Care” is worthy of prime Roger Miller and “Take Me Drunk I’m Home” highlights his clever wordplay. But Worsham isn’t merely a jokester. He has a keen eye for detail and storytelling that gives his songs of love, nostalgia, and the South a sense of place and time; even when he follows convention, he puts his own spin on familiar material. Worsham favors soul and breezy pop over rock and twang, and that means Beginning of Things burns slow and steady, providing a soundtrack for romantic evenings and lazy afternoons. Beginning of Things is cool, confident, and idiosyncratic and, coming after such a cautious debut, it feels like a minor triumph. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine

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