Copied from About.com review by Penny Rondinella
Guide Rating - 5 STARS
The Bottom Line
This native of the Smoky Mountains foothills started playing guitar at the age of 10. He has a real nice husky voice and knows how to pick a guitar. He also has a great sense of humor also, there are a couple of funny songs on this album. "Do These Boots Match My Thong" and "Jose Can You See" pretty witty writing I'd say. A great addition to any country fans collection. I can't wait to hear more from this artist.
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"Reckneck Saturday Night"
"Something Worth Fighting For"
"Learn About Life"
Produced by Kenny Holloway.
Sellers wrote 8 out of the 12 tracks.
Released on Cozy Records
Guide Review - Something Worth Fighting For - Craig Sellers
Craig says a song should tell a story, and stories he tells on this album. Says that this album sums up the freedoms we have here in the United States. Well, He has bragging rights with "Redneck Saturday Night." This great song is about being proud at tractor pulling' night and the machine behind the man. At least that's what I got out of it.
A song about life in general like paying taxes, dues, taking care of family and changing a diaper or two are some words in "Don't Gotta Work For You." The song "Old Green Tackle Box" took me by surprise. I was listening to it and thinking I had heard it before, and finally at the end I knew. I had gotten by email once and it was a joke. Nice way of making it into a song.
"The Little Things" I immediately thought of the Chesney song "The Good Life." This one just may have the same hit potential for Craig. Not sure, but it may be a song about his life. Some nice ballads on this album like "Congratulations." About a wife telling her husband he's going to be a Dad. Again, may be about his life, since he wrote it. Favorite on the album is "Learn About Life" which has great lines "Give your heart like it won't get broken" and "make the most out of every minute of time."