13 Songs, 46 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

“Redneck Side” opens Outlaws Like Me by blending quaint, small-town imagery with tales of wild, good times — all to the rootsy tones of barn-burning fiddles, twangy Telecasters and a grinding Hammond B-3 organ. The harder rocking “My Kind of Woman” similarly solemnizes a Southern-bred significant other who is partial to tractors and trucks. Moore downshifts on the moving ballad “If Heaven Wasn’t So Far Away.”

EDITORS’ NOTES

“Redneck Side” opens Outlaws Like Me by blending quaint, small-town imagery with tales of wild, good times — all to the rootsy tones of barn-burning fiddles, twangy Telecasters and a grinding Hammond B-3 organ. The harder rocking “My Kind of Woman” similarly solemnizes a Southern-bred significant other who is partial to tractors and trucks. Moore downshifts on the moving ballad “If Heaven Wasn’t So Far Away.”

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