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Name:Jimmy Wayne Do You Believe Me Now 2008 FM

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Artist : Jimmy Wayne
Album : Do You Believe Me Now
Bitrate : VBR kbps

-[Release Info]-

Label : Valory Music
Year : 2008
Genre : Country
Rip date : Aug-26-2008
Store date : Aug-26-2008
Size : 66,7 MB

[Track List]

Track Listing:

01 - Do You Believe Me Now 03:26
02 - I Will 03:57
03 - I'll Be That 04:06
04 - Brighter Days 03:47
05 - One On One 03:26
06 - Kerosene Kid 03:26
07 - No Good For Me feat. Patty Loveless 03:13
08 - True Believer 03:20
09 - I Don't Come Here To Lose 03:40
10 - Where You're Going 04:18
11 - Stay Gone (Bonus) 03:44
12 - I Love You This Much (Bonus) 04:04

44:27 min

-[Release Notes]

By all Nash Vegas accounts, North Carolina singer/songwriter Jimmy Wayne
comes from the wrong side of the tracks. Born in 1972, he was abandoned
by his father at a young age and raised by a troubled mother and in a
series of foster homes when she was in prison. On his 15th birthday he
saw his stepfather shoot his stepsister three times, paralyzing her, and
survived a murder attempt by the same man. He entered, and then ran
from, a county home and became a homeless youth who did what he had to
to survive on the street. His encounter with a neighborhood couple led
them to give him a job and a place to live, and created the pillars of
his final foster family. With Beatrice and Russell Costner, Wayne was
able for the first time to indulge his love of music, which included
Hall & Oates, Alan Jackson, Lionel Richie, Ronnie Milsap, Iron Maiden,
Queensrÿche, and Judas Priest. He formed his first band, called
Fantasyche, and began taking music seriously.

When Beatrice died, Wayne finished high school and became a prison guard
at the Gaston Correctional Facility. An inmate who made an anti-drug
presentation using a guitar during a school assembly had influenced him
greatly. Wayne visited the inmate for songwriting advice and went to
work at the prison while studying criminal justice at a local community
college. After finishing his associate's degree, he left North Carolina
for Nashville.

For three years, he worked at Acuff-Rose writing songs alongside Dean
Dillon and Whitey Shafer, while polishing his playing and singing
skills. During this time he co-wrote Tracy Byrd's Top Ten smash "Put
Your Hand in Mine," with Skip Ewing. Wayne signed his own deal with
DreamWorks Nashville in 2001, after being courted by producer Chris
Lindsey and James Stroud. His debut was issued in June of 2003 and
placed a single in the Top Ten before release. "Stay Gone" was a
Billboard country hit. It was followed by "Paper Angels," a narrative of
Wayne's own life in the street and those he encountered there, "Blue and
Brown," about an encounter with a foster brother who became an inmate at
the prison where Wayne worked, and a devastatingly honest revenge
fantasy entitled "The Rabbit." Given the timing of its release, Wayne's
album turned a small industry buzz into a wildfire of publicity and
speculation about the new directions he was using in country music and
pop, which the industry glommed onto with desperate hope. Nashville's
identity problems in the early part of the millennium created a crisis
at radio and on CMT, leading the industry into a tailspin due to cookie
-cutter artists singing mediocre songs. Wayne may be pretty, but he is
substantive and presents an entirely new twist on the entire country
tradition. Billboard, country music, and even the Country Music
Foundation took an early and large interest in his career.

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