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Tim McGraw Sees 'Two Lanes of Freedom'
Date:2013-3-4    Publisher:本站原创

Tim McGraw Sees 'Two Lanes of Freedom'


 

Mary Morningstar
March 02,2013

Country star Tim McGraw spent the past few years battling in court to end his career-long relationship with Curb Records. McGraw is finally on a new record label with a new CD.

[0:42]“Two Lanes of Freedom” is Tim McGraw’s debut album for the Nashville independent label Big Machine Records. He shares the Big Machine roster with such superstars as Taylor Swift, Rascal Flatts and Trisha Yearwood.

This CD cover image released by Big Machine Records shows "Two Lanes of Freedom," by Tim McGraw.
McGraw was under contract with Curb Records for 20 years. Following the release of his final album for Curb, “Emotional Traffic,” he signed with Big Machine and soon found himself being sued by his old label for breach of contract. A Nashville judge ruled in McGraw’s favor in 2012. Curb sent the case to the Tennessee Supreme Court. Two weeks after the release of “Two Lanes of Freedom,” the court signed an order denying Curb’s appeal.


McGraw took a new approach in the recording studio that allowed him to make what he describes as “a pivotal album” in his career.

“What I wanted to do with the record is I wanted to go in, because I’d worked with every musician on this record individually and some together as a group, but as a whole these guys had never all worked together at one time," he said. "I thought that was interesting to start with. But, I also wanted to go in and do about two weeks straight and do 10 to 14 hours a day, start in the morning and go late into the night, to where it got a chance for us to really have a cohesiveness and feel like we were a unit and everybody feel like they were contributing and weren’t just going in and making what felt like some sort of cold corporate album. I think we accomplished that. I wanted to make it a really emotional invested project with everybody involved.”

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