The C.R. Ecker Band | Whisper Sweet Nothins

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Whisper Sweet Nothins

by The C.R. Ecker Band

This uptempo gem sung by Amber Rose of The C.R. Ecker Band is what she calls in the intro of the song an "Anthem for the Unappreciated Woman." Listen up gals (and guys) and you'll hear why!
Genre: Country: Contemporary Country
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There comes a time in many gals' lives when they get kinda' fed up with their "other half," for one reason or another, and this song is all about the need for such women to demand some attention. With "Whisper Sweet Nothins," vocalist Amber Rose isn't afraid to say that she needs her man to whisper sweet nothins' in her ear or hit the road!

Note to guys -- the line you need to pay special attention to is: "Whisper sweet nothins’, it’s now or never for me." If you listen to this song with your lady, she may demand you memorize this line!

The idea for "Whisper Sweet Nothins," written by C.R. Ecker, came from his wife, who made mention one day that she would like to hear some of those "nothins" whispered in her ear. Not quite skilled in the fine art of PR, Ecker took out a pen and note pad and proclaimed, "this would make a great song title!"

So he went about exploring his "feminine" side, we figure, to come up with a point-of-view that made sense to many women, loud and clear! Produced at the Nashville studios of A Writer's Paradise, his band is as hot as Amber's voice is oh, so cool!

Well the song does support a great title from Mrs. Ecker, and C.R.'s much finer half is still with him after 27 years. And she says this song, what with Amber's dynamic voice and emotive qualities, sends chills up her spine, maybe in some way because C.R. caught on about the whisperin' stuff.

By the way, Amber was most recently responsible for this Spring's performance of "Your Smile Says it All." C.R. wrote the original of that song in 1987 as a soft R&B wedding ballad for his bride, and was recast, country-style, with Amber behind the microphone, in time for the Ecker's 25th Wedding Anniversary this past Spring.


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