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'Yup'
Single by Easton Corbin
from the album About to Get Real
ReleasedJuly 27, 2015
Recorded2014–15
GenreCountry
Length3:21
LabelMercury Nashville
Songwriter(s)
Producer(s)Carson Chamberlain
Easton Corbin singles chronology
'Baby Be My Love Song'
(2014)
'Yup'
(2015)
'Are You with Me'
(2016)

'Yup' is a song written by Shane Minor, Wade Kirby, and Phil O'Donnell and recorded by American country music artist Easton Corbin. It was released in July 2015 as the third single from Corbin's album About to Get Real.

Critical reception[edit]

An uncredited Taste of Country review stated that 'Sonically, Corbin stays true to his traditional roots. He’s a favorite among those calling for a return to a more organic sound on the radio, and on “Yup” he does nothing to push his signature sound to an edge. There’s always room for him on the radio.'[1]

If the honky tonk nation gathered and rejoiced publicly every time an artist came along with a sound steeped in the past - which is rarer in the 21st century than a two-headed dog - the cheers would have been deafening when Easton Corbin's 'A Little More Country Than That' first hit the airwaves. Yup Lyrics: You ought to shoot that last one down now / Pass on that one more round now / Closing in on too late 30 / Better get home, gotta hit it hard early / Yup / You got a pretty girl. Easton Corbin Says ‘Yup’ To New Single Written by Lauren Jo Black July 24, 2015 Easton Corbin recently topped the country albums chart with his latest album, About To Get Real. Easton Corbin - Yup (Acoustic).mp3. WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS! CALL US AT: 540-395-4142. Our HomeTeam Experts are dedicated to getting the job done right (large.

Chart performance[edit]

On the week of December 5th, 2015, 'Yup' peaked at number 35 on the Billboard Country Airplay chart.

Chart (2015)Peak
position
US Country Airplay (Billboard)[2]35
US Hot Country Songs (Billboard)[3]44

References[edit]

  1. ^'Easton Corbin, 'Yup' [Listen]'. Taste of Country. 20 August 2015. Retrieved 20 August 2015.
  2. ^'Easton Corbin Chart History (Country Airplay)'. Billboard.
  3. ^'Easton Corbin Chart History (Hot Country Songs)'. Billboard.


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Easton Corbin
Studio album by
ReleasedMarch 2, 2010
Recorded2009
GenreNeotraditional country
Length35:08
LabelMercury Nashville
ProducerCarson Chamberlain[1]
Easton Corbin chronology
A Little More Country Than That (EP)
(2009)
Easton Corbin
(2010)
All Over the Road
(2012)
Singles from Easton Corbin
  1. 'A Little More Country Than That'
    Released: August 4, 2009
  2. 'Roll With It'
    Released: April 26, 2010
  3. 'I Can't Love You Back'
    Released: November 8, 2010

Easton Corbin is the self-titled debut studio album by American country music artist Easton Corbin. It was released on March 2, 2010 via Universal Music Group Nashville's Mercury Nashville division. The album's first two singles, 'A Little More Country Than That' and 'Roll With It', became Corbin's first two number one hits on the US BillboardHot Country Songs chart. The album's third single, 'I Can't Love You Back', peaked at number 14.

Singles[edit]

The first single from the album, 'A Little More Country Than That,' was released to Country radio in July 2009. It subsequently debuted on the BillboardHot Country Songs chart for the chart week of August 22, 2009. In March 2010, it became his first Number One song. Followup 'Roll with It' has also reached number one on the same chart. The album's third single 'I Can't Love You Back' released to radio on November 8, 2010.

In a news blog on CMT, Corbin talked about the first release from his debut album saying: 'This song identifies who I am. It shows character and that's important where I'm from. Download labview 2013 full crack 64-bit. You learn to say 'yes, ma'am' and 'no, sir' and to open the door for the ladies.'[2]

Reception[edit]

Commercial[edit]

Easton Corbin debuted at #4 on the U.S. BillboardTop Country Albums and #10 on the U.S. Billboard 200, selling 43,000 copies in its first week of release.[3] As of the chart dated May 21, 2011, the album has sold 371,167 copies in the US.[4]

Critical[edit]

Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic[5]
Billboard(favorable)[6]
The Boston Globe(positive)[7]
Country Weekly[8]
Entertainment WeeklyB+[9]
Slant Magazine[10]
Engine 145[11]

Upon its release, Easton Corbin received generally positive reviews from most music critics.[12] At Metacritic, which assigns a normalized rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics, the album received an average score of 75, based on 5 reviews, which indicates 'generally favorable reviews'.[12]

Karlie Justus of Engine 145 gave the album four out of five stars, citing the neotraditionalist country production choices, that make the album sound modern, fresh, and mainstream-friendly. She also praises the album's producer, Carson Chamberlain, for giving the album an 'easy, natural feel.'[11] Stuart Munro with The Boston Globe called it a 'real country' record, saying it 'challenges those who claim there’s no longer any “real country’’ to be found in modern mainstream country music' and positively compared Corbin to George Strait and Alan Jackson.[7]Wifi hacking software for pc windows 7.

Country Weekly reviewer Jessica Phillips also commended Chamberlain's production and compared Corbin's voice to those of George Strait and Keith Whitley, saying that Corbin sounded 'authentic and confident.' She gave the album three-and-a-half stars out of five.[8]Allmusic critic Todd Sterling also compared Corbin's voice to Strait's and praised the neotraditionalist country sound of the album, giving it three-and-a-half stars out of five.[5] In her review for Entertainment Weekly, critic Whitney Pastorek also noted the similarities between Corbin's voice and Strait's, and she suggested that the album would make a listener 'remember why you fell in love with country music in the first place' and gave the album a 'B+' grade.[9]Slant Magazine critic Jonathan Keefe was less enthusiastic, praising Corbin both for his songwriting and his ambition in emulating a 'genre legend' like Strait, but commenting that the material on the album was generally weak and rating the album with two-and-a-half stars out of five.[10]

Track listing[edit]

No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1.'Roll with It'Tony Lane, David Lee, Johnny Park3:27
2.'A Little More Country Than That'Rory Feek, Don Poythress, Wynn Varble2:52
3.'This Far from Memphis'Easton Corbin, Carson Chamberlain, Mark D. Sanders3:17
4.'The Way Love Looks'Corbin, Chamberlain, Sanders2:41
5.'Someday When I'm Old'Chris Lindsey, Aimee Mayo, Troy Verges3:22
6.'Don't Ask Me About a Woman'Tom Botkin, Kevin Denney, Alex Dooley3:36
7.'I Can't Love You Back'Chamberlain, Jeff Hyde, Clint Daniels4:05
8.'A Lot to Learn About Livin'Liz Hengber, Sonny LeMaire, Clay Mills3:46
9.'Let Alone You'Chamberlain, Gary Harrison, Sonny Tillis3:14
10.'That'll Make You Wanna Drink'Corbin, Chamberlain, Jimmy Yeary3:26
11.'Leavin' a Lonely Town'Corbin, Chamberlain, Sanders3:22

Personnel[edit]

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Production
  • Darryl Bowslaugh – Make-Up
  • Jason Campbell – Production Coordination
  • Carson Chamberlain – Producer
  • Joe Fisher – A&R
  • John Kelton – Engineer, Mixing
  • Renee Layer – Wardrobe
  • Ken Love – Mastering
  • James Minchin III – Photography
  • Karen Naff – Art Direction, Design
  • Matt Rovey – Assistant, Engineer
  • Brian Wright – A&R
  • Stephanie Wright – A&R
Additional musicians
  • Eddie Bayers – Drums
  • Jimmy Carter – Bass Guitar
  • Easton Corbin – Lead Vocals
  • Larry Franklin – Fiddle, Mandolin
  • Paul Franklin – Steel Guitar
  • Wes Hightower – Background Vocals
  • Brent Mason – Electric Guitar
  • James Mitchell – Electric Guitar
  • Gary Prim – Hammond B3 Organ, Keyboards, Piano, Wurlitzer
  • Biff Watson – Acoustic Guitar, Gut String Guitar
  • Glenn Worf – Bass Guitar

Charts[edit]

Album[edit]

Chart (2010)Peak
position
U.S. Billboard 20010[13]
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums4[13]

End of year charts[edit]

Chart (2010)Peak
position
US Billboard 200125[14]
US BillboardTop Country Albums22[15]

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Singles[edit]

YearSinglePeak chart positions
US CountryUSCAN
2009'A Little More Country Than That'[16]14266
2010'Roll with It'[17]15588
'I Can't Love You Back'[18]1476
'—' denotes releases that did not chart

References[edit]

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  1. ^Leggett, Steve. 'Easton Corbin biography'. Allmusic. Retrieved 2010-02-10.
  2. ^'CMT: News: Easton Corbin releasing self-titled debut album on March 2'. CMT News. 2010-01-14. Retrieved 2010-02-10.
  3. ^Caulfield, Keith (2010-03-10). 'Lady Antebellum Returns to No. 1 On Billboard 200'. Billboard. Retrieved 2010-10-30.
  4. ^'Colt Ford Debuts At #3 On Album Chart This Week'. Roughstock. 2011-05-11. Archived from the original on 2011-05-17. Retrieved 2011-05-11.
  5. ^ abSterling, Todd. 'Easton Corbin – Easton Corbin'. Allmusic. Retrieved 2010-10-30.
  6. ^Price, Deborah Evans (2010-02-26). 'Easton Corbin, 'Easton Corbin''. Billboard. Retrieved 2010-10-30.
  7. ^ abMunro, Stuart (2010-03-01). 'Easton Corbin, 'Easton Corbin''. The Boston Globe. Retrieved 2010-10-30.
  8. ^ abPhillips, Jessica (2010-03-15). 'Easton Corbin : Easton Corbin – Country Weekly Magazine'. Country Weekly. Retrieved 2010-10-30.
  9. ^ abPastorek, Whitney (2010-03-02). 'Extended Play, Country Edition: Danny Gokey, Blake Shelton, Easton Corbin'. Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved 2010-10-30.
  10. ^ abKeefe, Jonathan (2010-02-26). 'Easton Corbin: Easton Corbin'. Slant Magazine. Retrieved 2010-10-30.
  11. ^ abJustus, Karlie (2010-02-19). 'Album Review: Easton Corbin – Easton Corbin'. Engine 145. Archived from the original on 2014-12-18. Retrieved 2010-10-30.
  12. ^ ab'Easton Corbin Reviews, Ratings, Credits, and More at Metacritic'. Metacritic. Retrieved 2010-10-30.
  13. ^ ab'Chart listing for Easton Corbin'. Billboard. Retrieved 2010-10-30.
  14. ^'Best of 2010 – Billboard Top 200'. Billboard. Nielsen Business Media, Inc. Retrieved 2010-12-31.
  15. ^'Best of 2010 – Top Country Albums'. Billboard. Nielsen Business Media, Inc. Retrieved 2010-12-31.
  16. ^'A Little More Country Than That – Easton Corbin'. Billboard. Retrieved 2010-10-30.
  17. ^'Roll with It – Eaton Corbin'. Billboard. Retrieved 2010-10-30.
  18. ^'I Can't Love You Back – Eaton Corbin'. Billboard. Retrieved 2011-05-25.

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