Makky Kaylor | A Little Sentimental

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A Little Sentimental

by Makky Kaylor

"A Little Sentimental" celebrates the classic Nashville Sound of the 1950s and 1960s, but takes an invigorating, slightly sophisticated approach to country music, harkening back to a more romantic era in music.
Genre: Country: Traditional Country
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1. A Little Sentimental
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2. Intro
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3. Here Comes My Baby Back Again
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4. Sea of Heartbreak
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5. Jim Reeves Story
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6. He'll Have to Go
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7. Marty Robbins Story Featuring Ronny Robbins
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8. Devil Woman
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9. Louisiana, in My Dreams
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10. Just a Little Lovin' (Will Go a Long Way)
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11. Outro
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12. You Don't Know Me
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13. Eddy Arnold Message
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14. Where Love Stands Still
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Once upon a time in Nashville music history, a few brave trailblazers paved a worldwide path carrying nothing more than their songs from the southland. Oh, but what songs they were... "A Little Sentimental - A Storybook Album" celebrates the songs and heroes of the classic “Nashville Sound,” uniquely represented by recording artist and songwriter Makky Kaylor and an elite group of Nashville musicians. Each of the 14 Sentimental tracks is an adventurous chapter in an important era in music history.

This album of classic songs characterizes the romantic era of southern music from the 1950s through the 1960s when country music took a slightly more sophisticated approach and reached global audiences with the addition of strings, full backing vocals, memorable melodies and smooth southern song stylists. Songs by such country-pop pioneers as Eddy Arnold, Jim Reeves, Marty Robbins and Ray Price are woven together with brief anecdotes and spoken vocal cameos by Arnold as well as Robbins' son, Ronny. A couple of Makky Kaylor's soon-to-be standards round out the song list perfectly.

"A Little Sentimental" is a refreshing option for country music lovers nostalgic for romantic, refined southern music. Kaylor calls the album “Dress up and take your baby to town music.” It is a wonderful, historic foundation of southern music with a fresh coat of paint applied by a gifted artist, Makky Kaylor, along with some of Nashville's most talented musicians.


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Ilene Angel

Like Comfort Food...but with Music
Makky Kaylor's voice is one of the greater gifts music listeners have ever been granted. And this collection of songs, some of which I knew, but a lot of which I didn't before listening, is a wonderful array of classic country, performed impeccably with timeless arrangements. It is, above all, classy and tasteful, a welcome listening experience I'll undoubtedly revisit again and again.

TED CRAMER 94.3 WIFE-FM- Indiana

A Little Sentimental - A Storybook Album
“Makky is a country original. A great voice and a great song that brings memories of classic country...This song in its simplicity cuts through all the over produced, overhyped music on the air these days....give a listen and see why this should be on your add list!”