Picks and Pans Review: Josh Turner

UPDATED 11/05/2007 at 01:00 AM EST Originally published 11/05/2007 at 01:00 AM EST

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REVIEWED BY RANDY VEST

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With a deep, rich voice as solid as an oak from his native South Carolina, Josh Turner returns with 12 engaging, diverse songs on his third album. First single "Firecracker" is a mile-a-minute barn burner, while "Another Try," featuring Trisha Yearwood on harmony, is a ballad full of naked emotion. Also in the mix are "The Longer the Waiting (The Sweeter the Kiss)," a Highlands-flavored folk tune complete with mandolin and bagpipes, and a rousing cover of the 1989 George Jones hit "One Woman Man."

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