Corn Fed


Corn Fed
Corn Fed
Studio album by Shannon Brown
Released February 28, 2006 (2006-02-28)
Genre Country
Label Warner Bros.
Producer John Rich
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Corn Fed is the title of an album released in 2006 by American country music artist Shannon Brown. Although she had recorded two major-label albums previously, Corn Fed was the only one to be physically released. The album's title track peaked at #47 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts in early 2006, while the second single ("Pearls") failed to chart.

John Rich of Big & Rich produced the album. He previously recorded the track "She Brings the Lightning Down" on his 1999 debut album Underneath the Same Moon. The track "Why" was also recorded by Jason Aldean on his 2005 self-titled debut album, from which it was released as a single in late 2005.

Contents

Track listing

  1. "AM Radio" – 0:20
    • track consists of AM radio noises
  2. "Corn Fed" (Shannon Brown, John Rich, Vicky McGehee) – 3:17
  3. "Big Man" (Brown, Rich, McGehee) – 2:51
  4. "High Horses" (Julian Bunetta, Blair Daly, Rich) – 3:55
  5. "Turn to Me" (McGehee, Rich, Gretchen Wilson) – 3:54
  6. "Can I Get an Amen" (Brown, Daly, Troy Verges) – 4:07
  7. "Something Good" (Brown, Billy Crain, Tammy Hyler) – 4:27
  8. "Good Ole Days" (Daly, Rich, Shane Mack) – 3:31
  9. "I Love 'Em All" (Brown, Rich, McGehee) – 3:00
  10. "Why" (Rodney Clawson, McGehee, Rich) – 5:00
  11. "Pearls" (Brown, Hyler, Shaye Smith) – 3:18
  12. "She Brings the Lightning Down" (McGehee, Rich) – 3:26
  13. "Small Town Girl" (Brown, Phillip B. White) – 4:18

Personnel

Chart performance

Chart (2006) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums 34
U.S. Billboard 200 163
U.S. Billboard Top Heatseekers 6

References

  • Allmusic (see infobox)

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