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Personnel: Dwight Yoakam (vocals, guitar); Dean Parks (acoustic guitar); Pete Anderson (electric guitar); Al Perkins (lap & pedal steel guitars, dobro); Scott Joss, Don Reed (fiddle); Skip Edwards (keyboards); Charles Domanico (acoustic bass); Taras Prodaniuk (bass); Jeff Donavan (drums); Scott Humphrey (programming); Tommy Funderburk, Beth Andersen, Carl Jackson, Jim Haas, Jim Lauderdale (background vocals). Recorded at Capitol Studios, Los Angeles, California. "Ain't That Lonely Yet" won Best Male Country Vocal Performance in the 36th Annual Grammy Awards. "Pocket Of A Clown" was nominated for Best Male Country Vocal Performance in the 37th Annual Grammy Awards. Dwight Yoakam's sixth release, THIS TIME, is a progressive country gem which embraces the past while forging forward into the future. Stretching vocally and musically (he wrote or co-wrote all but one song), Dwight, a rebel with a Kentucky twang and an L.A. swagger, presents the best album of his career. "A Thousand Miles From Nowhere" is a hau...
Song List: Disc 1
1. Pocket of a Clown
2. Thousand Miles From Nowhere, A
3. Home For Sale
4. This Time
5. Two Doors Down
6. Ain't That Lonely Yet
7. King of Fools
8. Fast As You
9. Try Not To Look So Pretty
10. Wild Ride
11. Lonesome Roads
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Label:  Flashback Records
Release Date:  March 09, 1993
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review by . June 24, 2000
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Pros: Great stories     Cons: A couple of repetitive songs.     I always kid my wife that Dwight Yoakam was a singer that wanted to be a rock star but couldn't make it, so he went country. I hope she doesn't read this review because then she will know how I actually feel about his music.      This album by Dwight has so many different musical influences it would be hard to list them all. I can hear Johnny Cash, Tom Jones, Elvis Presley, …
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