Eaglesmith, Fred / What It Takes
Album:What It Takes Collection:General
Artist:Eaglesmith, Fred Added:Feb 2014
Label:Eone Music 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2014-02-07 Pull Date:2014-04-11 
Week Ending:Apr 6Mar 23Mar 16Mar 9Feb 23Feb 16

Recent Airplay
1.Apr 03, 2014:Sunshine ... in the Afternoon
(12:32 p.m.) Can't Dance
4.Mar 11, 2014:Grooving with DJ Gu
Nobody Gets Everything
2.Mar 22, 2014:Eclectic Erudition
Sally Green
5.Mar 08, 2014:Chillin' With Diego
Nobody Gets Everything
3.Mar 16, 2014:Funk to Folk
6.Mar 04, 2014:Grooving with DJ Gu
Nobody Gets Everything

Album Review
Henry C-G
Reviewed 2014-02-05 
Eaglesmith's style sounds to me like a cross between Eric Clapton and Bob Dylan. Some of the tracks (e.g., #2) sound like they could have been on the soundtrack to "Pulp Fiction" (retro wah wah guitars and organ, etc). My favorite thing about Fred Eaglesmith is that his fans are known as "Fredheads." No FCC detected.

1. (3:57) Mid-tempo, sparse with guitar and light drums
2. (2:35) Up. Funky 60s organ line
3. (3:59) * Mid-slow groove. If you like any track on this album, it might be this one.
4. (4:34) * Slow ballad
5. (2:28) ** Fast track with a catchy chorus
6. (1:55) Mellow sad track
7. (3:09) Waltzy tune with drunken lyrics: "Tonight I'm looking for a drunk girl"
8. (2:45) Ramble
9. (3:05) Duet with female singer
10. (2:56) * Upbeat, almost funky tune
11. (3:34) Slow mellow groove

Track Listing
1.What It Takes 6.Nobody's Friend
2.Can't Dance 7.Drunk Girl
3.Engineer 8.Small Town
4.That's What You Do 9.Sally Green
5.Nobody Gets Everything 10.Train Wreck
 11.Whip A Dog