No More Mr. Nice Guy (Steve Wariner album)

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No More Mr. Nice Guy
Studio album by Steve Wariner
Released March 12, 1996 (1996-03-12)
Genre Country
Length 42:17
Label Arista Nashville
Producer Steve Wariner
Steve Wariner chronology
Drive
(1994)
No More Mr. Nice Guy
(1996)
Burnin' the Roadhouse Down
(1998)

No More Mr. Nice Guy is the title of an instrumental album released in 1996 by American country music artist Steve Wariner. His final album for Arista Nashville, it comprises twelve instrumental tracks. No singles were released from it, although "The Brickyard Boogie" was nominated for Best Country Instrumental at the Grammy Awards of 1997.[1] This song features former Pearl River member Derek George (who would later go on to found the band Williams Riley), former Boy Howdy member Jeffrey Steele, as well as Bryan White and Bryan Austin. Jimmy Olander, guitarist for Diamond Rio, is featured on the track "Hap Towne Breakdowne".

Track listing[edit]

Track Song Title Guest(s) Length
1 "No More Mr. Nice Guy" Vince Gill, Nolan Ryan 4:04
2 "Big Hero, Little Hero" Chet Atkins 4:34
3 "Prelude/Practice Your Scales Somewhere Else" Mark O'Connor, Sam Bush 3:38
4 "The Theme" Larry Carlton, Randy Goodrum 2:57
5 "Forever Loving You" none 4:17
6 "Next March" Béla Fleck 3:19
7 "If You Can't Say Something Good" Mac McAnally 3:46
8 "Hap Towne Breakdowne" Carl Jackson, Mark O'Connor, Jimmy Olander 3:28
9 "For Chester B." none 1:50
10 "The Brickyard Boogie" Bryan White, Derek George, Bryan Austin, Jeffrey Steele 3:29
11 "Don't Call Me Ray" Leo Kottke 3:09
12 "Guitar Talk" Lee Roy Parnell, Richie Sambora 3:46

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Babyface Tops Grammy Nominations". The Seattle Times. 1997-01-07. Retrieved 20 February 2009. 

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