USA Today’s Track by Track Review

USA Today’s Brian Mansfield posted an excellent review of each “Casey James” album track.  Demonstrating that he clearly ‘gets’ the romantic story line of the album as a whole, he explains Drive, Crying on a Suitcase, and Miss Your Fire as his favorites.  Recognizing that the two years in the waiting was well worth the patience, he continues to describe Casey James’ promising guitar skills.   Stating “James isn’t in Keith Urban territory yet, but, as one of just two songs on the album he didn’t write suggests, he’s “workin’ on it.”  Read the full review here.

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4 Responses to USA Today’s Track by Track Review

  1. lisa says:

    I went to walmart early this morning to get my cj cd.it wasnt on the shelf yet,so I found unpacked boxes of music and found it in there.it is so amazing I sat in my car and listened to all of it.miss your fire is something else.wow!

  2. Cynthia says:

    Thank you for this post!
    I am so in honour of this commitment to Casey James an may GOD help him in his youth and his innocence as a young musician with beautiful gifts to hopefully join each of his fans and each other in love!!!!!

  3. Roni J says:

    The whole CD is outstanding!!!!! You recognize every word, not like some of these recordings, which you can’t make heads or tails out of the wording. A gifted young man, that’s our Casey.

    OUTSTANDING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    rONI jONES

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