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Charles Kelley - The Driver (2016) Lossless
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Charles Kelley - The Driver (2016) Lossless

FLAC (tracks), Lossless | Label: Capitol Nashville | Country, Folk Rock | 0:35:34 | 253 Mb


01. Your Love
02. The Driver (feat. Dierks Bentley & Eric Paslay)
03. Dancing Around It
04. Southern Accents (feat. Stevie Nicks)
05. Lonely Girl
06. The Only One Who Gets Me
07. Round In Circles
08. I Wish You Were Here (feat. Miranda Lambert)
09. Leaving Nashville

Stepping away from Lady Antebellum, Charles Kelley spreads his wings on his 2016 solo debut The Driver and, in the process, he reconnects with his Southern roots. These roots aren't precisely entangled in the backwoods. Based on this swift nine-track record -- clocking in at under 40 minutes, just like records used to back in the days before digital -- those roots are album-rock radio, a sound explicitly referenced in a cover of Tom Petty's "Southern Accents" where the head Heartbreaker's old muse is an enthusiastic duet partner, but this sensibility permeates throughout The Driver. It's there in the insistent, chiming guitars of the opening "Your Love," it's there in the cool urban cowboy simmer of "Dancing Around It," and even the burnished harmonies of the title track feel like a throwback to the '70s soft rock of America, or maybe B.W. Stevenson. This isn't to say Kelley isn't a modern guy, though -- quite the opposite, actually. Like the Brothers Osborne, Kelley enjoys how the past echoes in the present, so he'll play with these classic rock sounds but also a bit of soul ("Lonely Girl," "The Only One Who Gets Me," both sounding as if they were designed to be played alongside 2015 singles by Thomas Rhett or Brett Eldredge), and harness both his sensitive and rowdy sides in a nice clean pop sensibility. More than anything, these crowd-pleasing instincts give The Driver its charm: as it slides between soft aching tunes (including the Miranda Lambert duet "I Wish You Were Here") and widescreen pop anthems, this sounds as satisfying as listening to a sharply programmed radio station. --Stephen Thomas Erlewine

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