The Bottom Line
- The Tin Man
- Whatever It Takes
- High And Dry
- No hit singles were released from this CD.
- Originally released by Capricorn Records in 1994.
- Re-issued by Kenny and BNA Records.
- Produced By Barry Beckett.
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This CD is most definitely Top loaded. The first four tracks, Whatever It Takes, Somebodys Callin, The Tin Man and High And Dry all wouldve been potential singles back in 1994 (Whatever It Takes was one). In fact, The Tin Man was supposed to come out as a single when Capricorn Records (also home to Hank Jr. at the time) closed its doors. Kenny and his new label BNA believed in the song so much that it appeared on his first BNA CD and his Greatest Hits CD in different versions both times. The title track is a nice honky-tonker.
This a long-over due re-issue that could give Kenny another gold or platinum plaque for the original Capricorn version was routinely available on Ebay, oftentimes selling for close to $50-$100 a copy. While nothing really special musically, it still shows the potential that Kenny had to be the star he currently is.