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© Capitol Records
Year of Release: 2004
Days Go By
Making Memories Of Us
God's Been Good To Me
The Hard Way
You're My Better Half
I Could Fly
Tonight I Wanna Cry
She's Gotta Be
Nobody Drinks Alone
Live To Love Another Day
These Are The Days
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Keith Urban has been in the news lately, disclosing an alcohol problem.
Whether you like him or not, his popularity as a Country artist has been
very popular. His 2004 release, Be Here has quite a few songs that
received heavy airplay, including three #1 songs: "Days Go By," "Making
Memories Of Us" and "Better Life." (Of the three, I personally like
"Making Memories Of Us" the best.)
The first three tracks are those #1's, and those familar with today's
Country music, should already know these songs as soon as they start.
Urban has Christian spirits in "God's Been Good To Me" (as his first
album presented Christian-themed songs), and this song does have a nice
Country feel. The beginning of "The Hard Way" sounds abit like The
Beatles' "Mother Nature's Son," yet this song is a very nice quiet
soft Country song. "You're My Better Half" is one of those songs easily
recognized as Urban's, it could have been another #1 hit, as it relates to
"Days Gone By." "I Could Fly" also has a nice Country feel.
"Tonight I Wanna Cry" is another nice ballad. "She's Gotta Be"
is probably the least listened song, having a somewhat different Country sound.
The medium-paced "Nobody Drinks Alone" just maybe a song from Urban's
personal views, as his drinking did make headlines recently. "Country
Comfort" I believe is a remake, and done very well. "Live To Love
Another Day" is another fine upbeat Country tune. "These Are The
Days" has the "Days Gone By" atmosphere, yet at a more slower pace.
Some very good Country music here, as Keith Urban's music is very
entertaining. Enough said about any celebrities' personal addictions, it's
the music that is important. Be Here is a good album, featuring #1
hits, as his previous releases also did.
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