Mark Chesnutt’s reunion with producer Mark Wright is a sometimes stunning reminder of the singer’s first-rate, smooth-as-bourbon interpretive style, especially with snappy Western swing and emotional honky-tonk. When his baritone free-falls to the bottom of his register (”That Side of You”), he’s a George Jones in waiting — a master at conveying eternal romantic suffering in Thank God for Believers. B+
Thank God for Believers Mark Chesnutt's reunion with producer Mark Wright is a sometimes stunning reminder of the singer's first-rate, smooth-as-bourbon interpretive style, ...Thank God for BelieversCountry Mark Chesnutt's reunion with producer Mark Wright is a sometimes stunning reminder of the singer's first-rate, smooth-as-bourbon interpretive style, ...1997-09-26
Genre: Country; Lead Performer: Mark Chesnutt
Posted September 26 1997 — 12:00 AM EDT
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