Randy Rogers Band - Burning The Day
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Burning The Day (MCA Nashville, 2010)

Randy Rogers Band

Reviewed by Andrew W. Griffin

An improvement over their previous, self-titled album, the Randy Rogers Band sounds like the weary Texas country band they were always meant to be. Produced by Paul Worley, this is a fairly straightforward collection of songs that, while not quite reaching the heights his classic "RollerCoaster," reached back in the mid-2000's, show RRB at a more mature, thoughtful place in their esteemed career.

Opener Interstate recalls some of the breezier, alt.-country stuff they're known for. And keep in mind, Rogers' delivery has that slightly mournful feel to it. The fiddle-laced country of Missing You Is More Than I Can Do is one of the best songs the RRB has recorded in a while. On Just Don't Tell Me the Truth, there is a traditional and bittersweet feel to it that stays with you long afterward.

The outlaw-esque 1970's work of Charlie Daniels and Waylon Jennings comes to mind on the closer Last Last Chance, a song written by bassist Jon Richardson and guitarist Geoffrey Hill.

"Burning The Day" is a good album over all. Not any broken ground here, just solid Texas country delivered by one of the best bands in the genre.


CDs by Randy Rogers Band

Hellbent, 2019 Nothing Shines Like Neon, 2016 Burning The Day, 2010 Randy Rogers Band, 2008 Just a Matter of Time, 2006


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