All in Good Time (Marcus Hummon album)

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All in Good Time
Studio album by Marcus Hummon
Released September 5, 1995 (1995-09-05)
Genre Country
Length 44:57
Label Columbia
Producer Monroe Jones
Marcus Hummon chronology
All in Good Time
(1995)
The Sound of One Fan Clapping
(1997)

All in Good Time is the debut album of American country music artist Marcus Hummon. Released in late 1995 on Columbia Records Nashville, it produced one chart hit for him on the Billboard country charts in "God's Country, USA", which peaked at number 73.

Content[edit]

Three of this album's tracks were later recorded by other artists: "Honky Tonk Mona Lisa" was recorded in 1995 by Doug Stone on his 1995 album Faith in Me, Faith in You, and by Neal McCoy on his 2003 album The Luckiest Man in the World. "Bless the Broken Road" was originally recorded by Nitty Gritty Dirt Band on their 1994 album Acoustic, and Hummon's version features a backing vocal from band member Jeff Hanna.[1] This song was later recorded by Melodie Crittenden (1998), Geoff Moore, Sons of the Desert (both 1999), Rascal Flatts (2004), and Selah (2005); Crittenden, Rascal Flatts, and Selah all released their versions as singles. "One of These Days" was later recorded by Tim McGraw for his 1997 album Everywhere, from which it was released as a single.

Critical reception[edit]

Michael McCall, in his review for New Country magazine, gave the album three stars out of five. McCall said that the album did not have a traditionally country sound but had mostly strong lyrics and "extravagantly musical" arrangements. His review also cited "Bless the Broken Road" as a standout track, but called "God's Country, USA" the album's "major clunker."[2]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Hittin' the Road" (Marcus Hummon) – 3:19
  2. "God's Country, USA" (Hummon, Thomas "Butch" Curry) – 4:16
  3. "One of These Days" (Hummon, Monty Powell, Kip Raines) – 4:40
  4. "Honky Tonk Mona Lisa" (Hummon, Darrell Scott) – 3:25
  5. "The Next Step" (Hummon, Kent Blazy, Sharon Blazy) – 3:16
  6. "I Do" (Hummon, Powell, Raines) – 3:36
  7. "Virginia Reelin'" (Hummon, Eric Silver) – 3:16
  8. "Somebody's Leaving" (Hummon, Randy Boudreaux) – 3:20
  9. "Bless the Broken Road" (Hummon, Bobby Boyd, Jeff Hanna) – 4:09
  10. "As the Crow Flies" (Hummon, Powell, Silver) – 3:39
  11. "Bridges over Blue" (Hummon, Silver) – 4:10
  12. "All in Good Time" (Hummon) – 3:51

Personnel[edit]

Compiled from liner notes.[1]

  • Matraca Berg — background vocals
  • Larry Byrom — electric guitar
  • George Cocchini — electric guitar
  • Scott Crago — percussion, prayer drum
  • Rob Hajacos — fiddle, violin, five-string violin
  • Jeff Hanna — background vocals
  • Marcus Hummon — acoustic guitar, electric guitar, banjo, mandolin, lead and background vocals
  • Sarah Hummon-Stevens — background vocals
  • George Marinelli — electric guitar
  • Jerry Dale McFadden — organ
  • Mark Prentice — bass guitar, fretless bass
  • Kip Raines — drums, background vocals
  • Buck Reed — pedal steel guitar
  • Jeffery Roach — piano, organ, pump organ
  • Tom Roady — percussion
  • Chris Rodriguez — background vocals
  • Matt Rollings — piano
  • Darrell Scott — Dobro, pedal steel guitar, acoustic guitar, high-strung guitar, background vocals
  • Eric Silver — bass guitar, fiddle, mandolin, acoustic guitar
  • Charlie White — electric guitar, acoustic guitar
  • Dennis Wilson — background vocals
  • Curtis Wright — background vocals
  • Curtis Young — background vocals

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b All in Good Time (CD booklet). Marcus Hummon. Columbia Records. 1995. 66124. 
  2. ^ McCall, New Country (November 1995). "Album reviews". New Country 2 (14): 57–58. ISSN 1074-536X. 

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