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Love Pain Crazy Thing

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Keith Urban
Love, Pain & The Whole Crazy Thing

EMI Records
09463-77087-0-5
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1. Once In A Lifetime (5:54)
(John Shanks/Keith Urban)
(C) 2006 John Shanks Music/WB Music Corp. ASCAP/Babble On Songs (Adm. by Third Tier Music, LLC.), BMI

Drums, Programming: Chris McHugh
Bass: Jimmie Lee Sloas
Electric Guitar: Tom Bukovac
B-3 Organ: Rami Jaffee
Synth: Tim Lauer
Percussion: Eric Darken
Cello: Larry Corbett
Upright Bass: David Stone
Background Vocals: Russell Terrell
Acoustic & Electric Guitars and Solo, Ganjo, Piano, E-Bow, Background Vocals: Keith Urban


2. Shine (5:17)
(Monty Powell)
(C) 2006 Universal Music Corp./Lanark Village Tunes (Adm. by Universal Music Corp.), ASCAP/Babble On Songs (Adm. by Third Tier Music, LLC.), BMI

Drums: Chris McHugh
Bass: Jimmie Lee Sloas
Electric Guitar: Tom Bukovac
B-3 Organ: Rami Jaffee
Percussion: Eric Darken
Background Vocals: Russell Terrell, Jerry Flowers
Violins: Carl Gorodetzky, Pam Sixfin, Conni Ellisor, Alan Umstead, David Davidson, Cathy Umstead, Cate Myer, Karen Winkelmann, Mary Kathryn Vanosdale, David Angell
Viola: Kris Wilkinson, Monisa Angell, Gary Vanosdale
Cello: Larry Corbett, Carole Rabinowitz, Anthony LaMarchina
Acoustic Guitar: Dann Huff
Piano, Acoustic & Electric Guitars and Solo, Ganjo, Background Vocals: Keith Urban


3. I Told You So
(4:27)
(Keith Urban)
(C) 2005 Babble On Songs (Adm. by Third Tier Music, LLC.), BMI

Drums & Percussion: Chris McHugh
Bass: Jimmie Lee Sloas
Electric Guitar: Tom Bukovac
Synth & Accordion: Tim Lauer
Percussion: Eric Darken
Tin Whistle & Uillean Pipes: Eric Rigler
Fiddle: Jonathan Yudkin
Electric 12-String Guitar, Additional Percussion: Dann Huff
Acoustic & Electric Guitar, Ganjo, Mandolin, Bouzouki, Slide Guitar, Additional Percussion, All Vocals: Keith Urban


4. I Can't Stop Loving You
(4:44)
(Billy Nichols)
(C) 1978 Full Keel Music Co., ASCAP

Drums: Chris McHugh
Bass: Jimmie Lee Sloas
Electric Guitar: Tom Bukovac
B-3 Organ: Rami Jaffee
Percussion: Eric Darken
Background Vocals: Russell Terrell
Violins: Carl Gorodetzky, Pam Sixfin, Conni Ellisor, Alan Umstead, David Davidson, Cathy Umstead, Cate Myer, Karen Winkelmann, Mary Kathryn Vanosdale, David Angell
Viola: Kris Wilkinson, Monisa Angell, Gary Vanosdale
Cello: Larry Corbett, Carole Rabinowitz, Anthony LaMarchina
Acoustic Guitar: Dann Huff
Acoustic & Electric Guitars and Solo, Background Vocals: Keith Urban


5. Won't Let You Down (3:20)
(Keith Urban)
(C) 2006 Babble On Songs (Adm. by Third Tier Music, LLC.), BMI

Drums & Percussion: Chris McHugh
Bass: Jimmie Lee Sloas
Electric Guitar: Tom Bukovac
Synth: Tim Lauer
Percussion: Eric Darken
Background Vocals: Russell Terrell, Jerry Flowers
Acoustic Guitar: Dann Huff
Piano, Acoustic & Electric Guitars, Papoose, Background Vocals: Keith Urban


6. Faster Car (4:27)
(Keith Urban)
(C) 2006 Babble On Songs (Adm. by Third Tier Music, LLC.), BMI

Drums: Chris McHugh
Tenor Sax: Mark Douthit
Baritone Sax: Doug Moffett
Trumpet: Mike Haynes
Trombone: Barry Green
Bass, Electric Guitars, Ganjo, All Vocals: Keith Urban


7. Stupid Boy (6:17)
(Sarah Buxton, Deanna Bryant, David Berg)
(C) 2006 Song Planet (Adm. by Songs of Universal), BMI/That Little House Music (Adm. by Words & Music, Inc.)/Cal IV Songs/BergBrain Music (adm. by Cal IV Entertainment, LLC.), ASCAP

Drums: Chris McHugh
Bass: Jimmie Lee Sloas
Electric Guitar: Tom Bukovac
B-3 Organ: Rami Jaffee
Harmonium, Pump Organ & Synth: Tim Lauer
Percussion: Eric Darken
Electric Guitar: Dann Huff
Acoustic & Electric Guitars and Solos, All Vocals: Keith Urban


8. Used To The Pain (4:42)
(Darrell Brown/Keith Urban)
(C) 2006 Grey Ink Music, ASCAP/Babble On Songs (Adm. by Third Tier Music, LLC.), BMI

Drums & Percussion: Chris McHugh
Bass: Jimmie Lee Sloas
Electric Guitar: Tom Bukovac
Percussion: Eric Darken
Background Vocals: Jerry Flowers, Russell Terrell
Violins: Carl Gordetzky, Pam Sixfin, Connie Ellisor, Alan Umstead, David Davidson, Cathy Umstead, Cate Myer, Karen Winkelmann, Mary Kathryn Vanosdale, David Angell
Viola: Kris Wilkinson, Monisa Angell, Gary Vanosdale
Cello: Larry Corbett, Carole Rabinowitz, Anthony LaMarchina
Acoustic, Electric & Slide Guitars, E-Bow, Background Vocals: Keith Urban


9. Raise The Barn (Featuring Ronnie Dunn) (5:17)
(Monty Powell/Keith Urban)
(C) 2006 Universal Music Corp./Lanark Village Tunes (Adm. by Universal Music Corp.), ASCAP/Babble on Songs (Adm. by Third Tier Music, LLC.), BMI

Drums: Chris McHugh
Bass: Jimmie Lee Sloas
Electric Guitar right: Tom Bukovac
B-3 Organ: Rami Jaffee
Percussion: Eric Darken
Fiddle: Jonathan Yudkin
Electric Guitar left and Solo: Keith Urban


About "Raise The Barn" ...

Monty and I were moved by the tragedy of Hurricane Katrina, and inspired by the eternal spirit of all our brothers and sisters, throughout Louisiana, Mississippi, and the Gulf Coast region - RISE UP, RISE UP!


10. God Made Woman (4:51)
(Hillary Lindsey, Gordie Sampson, Steve McEwan)
(C) 2006 Raylene Music (Adm. by BPJ Administration), ASCAP/Songs of Combustion/No Such Music, SOCAN/Passing Stranger Music (Adm. by Music of Windswept/Music of Windswept, ASCAP/EMI Blackwood Music, Inc./Birds With Ears Music (Adm. by EMI Blackwood Music, Inc.), BMI


11. Tu Compania (4:11)
(Monty Powell/Keith Urban)
(C) 2006 Universal Music Corp./Lanark Village Tunes (Admin. by Universal Music Corp), ASCAP/Babble On Songs (Adm. by Third Tier Music, LLC.), BMI

Drums: Chris McHugh
Bass: Monty Powell
Ch-ka-ka Percussion Vocals: Sarah Buxton
Spanish Senorita: Vanessa Million
All Guitars, Ganjo and all Vocals: Keith Urban
Produced by Keith Urban


12. Everybody (5:24)
(Richard Marx/Keith Urban)
(C) 2006 Chi-Boy Music, ASCAP/Babble On Songs (Adm. by Third Tier Music, LLC.), BMI

Drums: Chris McHugh
Bass: Jimmie Lee Sloas
Electric Guitar: Tom Bukovac
Synth & Piano: Tim Lauer
Percussion: Eric Darken
Violins: Carl Gorodetzky, Pam Sixfin, Conni Ellisor, Alan Umstead, David Davidson, Cathy Umstead, Cate Myer, Karen Winkelmann, Mary Kathryn Vanosdale, David Angell
Viola: Kris Wilkinson, Monisa Angell, Gary Vanosdale
Cello: Larry Corbett, Carol Rabinowitz, Anthony LaMarchina
French Horn: Beth Beeson, Joy Worland, Erin Horner
Electric Guitar: Dann Huff
Acoustic & Electric Guitar, E-Bow, All Vocals: Keith Urban


13. Got It Right This Time (3:36)
(Keith Urban)

Keys, Drum Machine & Vocal: Keith Urban
Produced by Keith Urban

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Produced by Dann Huff and Keith Urban, unless otherwise indicated

Recorded by Justin Niebank, Mark Hagen, Terry Christian, Steve Churchyard, Matt Lawrence and Dann
Assisted by Drew Bollman, Seth Morton, Allen Ditto, Scott Kidd, Leslie Richter, Jimmy Hoyson  & Rohan Onraet
Recorded at Blackbird Studios (Nashville, TN), The Sound Kitchen (Franklin, TN), Masterfonics (Nashville, TN), Metropolis Studios (London), Ocean Way Nashville, Capitol Recording Studios (Hollywood, CA), Hound's Ear (Franklin, TN), The Cyber Ranch (Nashville, TN) and The Sound House (Franklin, TN) and a bunch at Dann's house

Overdubs recorded by Mark Hagen
Ronnie Dunn recorded by Jeff Kersey
Pro Tools engineer at Capitol Recording Studios: Dino Hermann
Additional Pro Tools editing: Brian David Willis
Mixed by Justin Niebank at Blackbird Studios and Metropolis Studios
Assisted by Drew Bollman and Dom Morley

Mastered by Doug Sax and Sangwook Nam at The Mastering Lab (Ojai, CA)

Production Coordination by Mike "Frog" Griffith
Strings arranged and conducted by David Campbell
Strings performed by The Nashville String Machine, Carl Gorodetzky, contractor
Choir on "When God Made Woman" arranged by David Campbell
Choir conducted by Jenny O'Grady
Choir: Metro Voices / Boy Sopranos: The Choristers of Reigate St. Mary
Horn Arrangement on "Faster Car" by Michael Omartian
Production Coordinator for horn session: Suzy Martinez


Ronnie Dunn appears courtesy of Arista Records

Management: Gary Borman, Betsy Cook, Donna Jean Kisshauer, Joni Foraker, Daniel Miller, Randy Brown, Sandra Westerman, Robin Carson, Patty McGuire - Borman Entertainment, Santa Monica, CA & Nashville, TN
Legal Representative: Ansel Davis, Nashville, TN

Business Management: MaryAnn McCready, Duane Clark, Jen Conger - FBMM, Nashville, TN
Booking: Darin Murphy, Creative Artists Agency, Nashville, TN


Art Direction: Torne White & Betsy Cook
Design: Torne White
Photography: Max Vadukal & Chris Hicky
Art Production: Denis Arguijo & Michelle Hall
Digital Imager: Colourworks

This CD booklet was printed with soy ink on a paper made from 30% post-consumer waste, 30% pre-consumer waste and 40% certified sustainably harvested wood.

Dann thanks:  To my brother Keith: This has truly been an amazing journey over the last six months. I would like to thank you from the bottom of my heart for your true friendship, your honesty, your transparency as an artist, and your unwavering dedication to follow your musical vision. You are truly gifted and it has been an honor working with you on your music. I am going to miss the 10am coffee and conversation. To all the musicians, engineers, and writers: I echo Keith's sentiments completely. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for giving so much soul to this project. p.s.: It still doesn't feel like work! Justin, you are the best! To all the musicians and engineers: I echo Keith's sentiments for all the musicians and engineers that gave so much soul to this project. Sherri, Ashlyne, Madelyne, and Elliott ... my family and best friends ... thanks doesn't quite cover it! You are my life, period.

Justin thanks: Keith and Dann for the whole damn thing. The one and only Drew Bollman for being everybody's everything. Mark Hagen, Dom at Metropolis and all the folks at Blackbird and the Sound Kitchen, thanks for givin' it up. Q, Sloas, Buk and all the knuckleheads for being so amazing and yet so generous. Kathy, Lilly and Rick: thanks for waiting for me to grow up (again). Peace. 

Keith thanks: First and foremost, thank you to all my co-writers (Monty, John, Richard & Darrell) and those who have entrusted me with their songs, I'm extremely grateful. Dann - What a wonderful journey we're on. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for your passion, your extraordinary talent, determination, and above all - your friendship. Good God, man ... I'm honored to be your friend. I absolutely love making records with you. I hope we get to do this together for a long, long time. Justin - Seven years, four albums, thousands of hours together and it's just the beginning. Thank you for your friendship, your soul, and your love for what I do. You listen with your heart and I just can't imagine doing any of this without you. You, me and Dann, we got a plan. Three amigos are we. To Drew (Drewsky) Bollman and Mark Hagen - thank you for helping us keep it all together. Chris McHugh (Q-man), Jimmie Lee Sloas, and Tom Bukovac (M.O.A. [Miles of Ass] ... is that a registered trademark??), thank you for always stepping up to the plate and just plain "bringing it" everyday. Russell Terrell and my brother, Jerry Flowers (we've come a long way, my friend) - I love singing with you guys. Thank you, Mum, Dad, Shane, Jennifer, Blake, and Jessica - we ... are ... family ... get up everybody, SING! Gary Borman - for keeping everybody at bay, and giving me the time I needed to do this right. You got it then; you get it now. Thank you for always seeing ahead, mate. Betsy Cook (our unsung hero) - I don't know how you do it. Pistol-Packin' Mama. I'm so glad you're on our side. Thank you, thank you, thank you. Johanna Michel - Thank you for everything you do for me (and, God knows, that's a full time job). My wheels keep turning everyday, thanks to Ansel Davis, MaryAnn McCready, Duane Clark, Paul Freundlich, Darin "Cool Cat" Murphy, Donna Jean Kisshauer, Joni Foraker, Daniel Miller and Randy Brown. Capitol Records Nashville - Mike "Coach" Dungan, Fletcher Foster, Joanna Carter, Tom Becci, Larry Willoughby, Bill Kennedy, Jimmy Harnen, Judy McDonough, Michelle Hall, and Betsy Morley. For all those who contributed further to bring this album to life, and those who keep me on track and make it a magic ride, you can find your name at lovepainandthewholecrazything.com. And finally, to my wonderful wife - you brought out the sun and the colors and you are SO loved - can you hear it? You resonate through my heart and this album. Joyous spirits chasing butterflies are we.

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