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Open Wide Records ( August 27, 2002 ), Genre: Country

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Another show-stopper by the Dixie Chicks

  • Apr 8, 2008
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I've been a fan of these three Texan beauties for years now. I love their energy, their spunk, their lyrics, and especially their playfulness. They are superstars in the country world but they come across as "the girls next door." I love that. I have seen them live, and was amazed at the range of their lead singer-- Natalie, and even more amazed at how loyal a fan base they have. Everyone in that arena knew every word. The show I caught was actually before their CD "Home" came out, and they (of course) let us all hear a few samples. Even though that was the only time we couldn't sing along, the melodies were worth swaying too, and a few of the lines were the type that you try to remember so you can look it up when you get home and get on the "pre-sale list" for the newest CD.

"Home" was their third major CD, and was praised for being a "more relaxed" Dixie was their "we have come to peace with who we are" CD, and I love it. A few of the songs that really stick out are "Home," "Traveling Soldier," and "Landslide"--a cover of Stevie Nicks original hit. This CD sent a meditative-type message, which left you with a good feeling, a warmth...which may just account for its title-- "Home."

Either way, its def worth picking up--or these days-- downloading... some great tunes on there for sure.
Hope you enjoy it as much as I do.
Dixie Chicks; Home CD Cover (2002)

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April 02, 2009
I love the Dixie Chicks too, and although their remake of Landslide was great, I still prefer the Stevie Nicks version. Just have to vote for the original :)
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review by . April 24, 2008
Dixie Chicks are what you would call "The Gateway Group" for people who are nervous to venture into country music but are curious what is on the other side. I admire this group of musicians for many reasons: they are talented musicians, accomplished songwriters, strong female role models, and original thinkers. This album is especially dear to me. It has so many beautiful original works plus a stand out remake of Fleetwood Mac's powerful ballad Landslide. The simple, subtle country undertones that …
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Dixie Chicks: Emily Robison (vocals, guitar, papoose guitar, banjo, dobro, accordion); Martie Seidel (vocals, mandolin, fiddle, viola); Natalie Maines (vocals). Additional personnel includes: Emmylou Harris (vocals); Bryan Sutton (guitar); Lloyd Maines (slide guitar); Adam Steffey, Chris Thile (mandolin); Stefanie Astedi, Leigh Mahoney (violin); Lara Hicks (viola); Sara Nelson (cello); Glenn Fukunaga (bass); John Mock, Paul Pearcy (percussion). HOME won the 2003 Grammy Awards for Best Country Album and Best Recording Package. "Long Time Gone" won the 2003 Grammy Award for Best Country Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal. "Lil' Jack Slade" won the 2003 Grammy Award for Best Country Instrumental Performance. HOME was nominated for the 2003 Grammy Awards for Album Of The Year and Best Engineered Album (Non-Classical). "Long Time Gone" was nominated for the 2003 Grammy Award for Best Country Song. For their third album HOME, the Dixie Chicks went back to their bluegrass roots in crafting a record fired ...
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