Length: 3, Alan Jackson - Amarillo,4, Alan. It is considered one of the earliest popular examples of bro-country music.
This is George performing "Amarillo By Morning" live from the Astrodome. Content[ edit ] The song is a moderate up-tempo backed mainly by electric guitar.
In it, the male narrator addresses a female, inviting her to climb up into his four-wheel drive truck and telling her that he can take her wherever she wants, because he is a "country boy". Chart Chart performance[ edit ] "Country Boy" peaked at One on the Billboard country charts in Januarybecoming Jackson's twenty-fifth One on that chart and matching George Women seeking hot sex Grandfalls 's record for the most One hits by a country artist since Januarywhen the alxn were first tabulated via Nielsen Broadcast Data Systems counting only singles that were Ones during that timespan.
Remz of Country Standard Time described the song more favorably, saying that despite the song's often-used theme of Southern life, "Jackson can lay claim to being the real deal and not a poseur. The viewers, or YouTubers, were asked to create a simple video no longer than five minutes driving around with a girlfriend.
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Song: Country Boy. Remz of Country Standard Time cited the song as a standout track on High Mileage, calling it a "spare, sad ballad" and saying that the song's theme of lost love was "not surprising" given that Jackson had just separated from, and reunited boj, his wife. Alan Jackson - Country Boy download mp3 at My-Free-Music.
This is property of George Strait and MCA Reco.. His review called the song "four minutes of triviality that declines to say anything more ificant than 'I'm a country boy, I've got a 4 wheel drive…'Country Boy' is the kind of rubbish that would be expected from a new artist trying to prove their questionable country credentials rather than a respected veteran of the genre.
Critical reception[ edit ] Deborah Evans Price, of Billboard magazine reviewed the song favorably, saying that Jackson's "stone-country vocal drips with pain and the remorse of a man who let love slip through calloused hands.