Uncle Kracker

Seventy Two & Sunny

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Track Listing

    Track Title

    Time

  1. This Time 3:41
  2. Rescue 4:04
  3. Further Down the Road 4:23
  4. Don't Know How (Not to Love You) 4:10
  5. What Do We Want? 3:34
  6. Writing It Down 4:37
  7. A Place at My Table 4:16
  8. Some Things You Can't Take Back 4:11
  9. Blues Man 3:19
  10. Songs About Me, Songs About You 3:34
  11. Please Come Home 3:59
  12. You're Not Free 3:31
  13. Last Night Again 5:27
  14. [CD-ROM Track]

Review

Few folks are on the fence about Kid Rock protégé Uncle Kracker. People either love him or hate him. With Seventy Two Sunny, his third solo disc, the latter rule most often applies, as Kracker blatantly pilfers from the likes of Bob Seger, the Eagles, and others on tracks like "Further Down the Road." Largely absent of originality, Kracker brews up airwave-ripe albeit sugary lovelorn dreck like "Rescue" and the doo wop novelty "Please Come Home." That's not to say Seventy Two Sunny is all annoyingly tepid, as the alluringly sunny "This Time" fuses country and classic rock with inexplicably pleasant results. Elsewhere, Uncle Kracker delivers "Writing It Down," an uplifting piano ballad that is too good to dismiss. He also teams up with hit country musician Kenny Chesney to reprise the, ahem, magic of that artist's "When the Sun Goes Down." ~ John D. Luerssen, Rovi

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