Keith Urban Tickets Get Closer Received Generally Positive Reviews From Most Music

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UnCategorized The discography of Keith Urban, a New Zealand-born Australian country music artist, consists of eight studio albums, three greatest hits albums and thirty-one singles. Urban began his career in 1991 with the release of his self-titled debut on EMI/Capitol Records in Australia. After an American album in 1997 as a member of the band The Ranch, he embarked on a solo career in the U.S. as well, releasing five more studio albums. Urban’s highest-certified album in U.S. is 2004’s Be Here, which is 4 Platinum. Get Closer is the seventh studio album by Australian country music artist Keith Urban. It was released November 16, 2010 on Capitol Records.The lead-off single, "Put You in a Song," was released September 13, 2010, and debuted on Billboard Hot Country Songs charts at #29 for the week of October 2, 2010.The lead single, "Put You in a Song", was co-written by artists Sarah Buxton and Jedd Hughes. From October 26 – November 9, 2010, one track from the album was released to the US iTunes Store each week. These songs were "Long Hot Summer," "Without You," and "You Gonna Fly" respectively. "Long Hot Summer" was released to the Australian iTunes store on October 22, 2010. "Without You" was released to the Australian iTunes Store on October 29, 2010. "You Gonna Fly" was also released to the Australian iTunes Store on November 5, 2010. The full album was released on November 12, 2010 in Australia.Urban co-produced the studio tracks with Dann Huff, and the live bonus tracks with Chris McHugh.Upon its release, Get Closer received generally positive reviews from most music critics.At Metacritic, which assigns a normalized rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics, the album received an average score of 76, based on 7 reviews, which indicates "generally favorable reviews". Jessica Phillips with Country Weekly gave it a four star rating, saying "the sugared tunes would be easy to dismiss except for the credible guitar riffs, foot-tapping rhythms and fiery passion with which Keith sings".Andrew Leahey with Allmusic gave it a four star rating, calling it "a lean collection of country-rockers and bedroom ballads".Sarah Rodman with The Boston Globe gave it a favorable review, calling it "lean but enjoyable". Blake Boldt with The 9513 gave the release 3, saying it "On Get Closer, the affable Aussie celebrates life with a group of eight uplifting songs offering one cohesive message: love is grand". Matt Bjorke with Roughstock gave it a 3 star rating, saying "this album is all about happiness with your romantic life. Every song on this short 8 track album discusses matters of the heart with each song discussing various ways that relationships can have on a life".Bill Friskics-Warren with The Washington Post gave it a favorable review, saying "if you’re not in the mood for love, the music here – highly burnished country-rock – affords pleasures of its own". Jonathan Keefe with Slant Magazine gave it 3 stars, calling it "vintage Urban", Keefe .mented on it saying Get Closer is "his most carefully edited album, if not necessarily his best".Rolling Stone critic Jon Dolan gave it a 3 star rating, calling it "good-natured country rock". About the Author: 相关的主题文章: