Your Man

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This article is about the Josh Turner album. For the songs, see Your Man (Josh Turner song) and Your Man (Down with Webster song).
Your Man
Studio album by Josh Turner
Released January 24, 2006 (2006-01-24)
Recorded 2005
Genre Country
Length 39:36
Label MCA Nashville
Producer Frank Rogers
Josh Turner chronology
Long Black Train
(2003)
Your Man
(2006)
Everything Is Fine
(2007)
Singles from Your Man
  1. "Your Man"
    Released: August 2005
  2. "Would You Go with Me"
    Released: April 24, 2006
  3. "Me and God"
    Released: November 13, 2006
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars [1]
Slant 2/5 stars [2]

Your Man is the second studio album by country music artist Josh Turner. It released on January 24, 2006 and debuted at No. 1 on the U.S. Billboard 200 chart,[3] and debuted at No. 1 on the Top Country Albums[4]

"Your Man" was the first single released followed by "Would You Go with Me" and "Me and God." Also included is a cover of Don Williams' 1991 hit single "Lord Have Mercy on a Country Boy".

Grammy Award nominations[edit]

Turner received two 2007 Grammy nominations for his work on Your Man. He received a Best Male Country Vocal Performance nomination for the album's first track and second single, "Would You Go with Me" and a Best Country Album nomination.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Would You Go with Me"   Shawn Camp, John Scott Sherrill 3:49
2. "Baby's Gone Home to Mama"   Camp, Herb McCullough 3:07
3. "No Rush"   Camp, Brice Long, Billy Burnette 4:08
4. "Your Man"   Jace Everett, Chris DuBois, Chris Stapleton 3:33
5. "Loretta Lynn's Lincoln"   Camp, Mark D. Sanders 3:56
6. "White Noise" (duet vocals: John Anderson) Josh Turner, John Anderson 3:24
7. "Angels Fall Sometimes"   Turner, Mark Nesler, Tony Martin 2:59
8. "Lord Have Mercy on a Country Boy"   Bob McDill 3:07
9. "Me and God" (duet vocals: Ralph Stanley; background vocals: Marty Roe, Gene Johnson, and Dana Williams (of Diamond Rio)) Turner 3:01
10. "Gravity"   Turner, Mark Narmore 3:39
11. "Way Down South"   Turner 4:53
Total length:
39:36

Chart performance and certifications[edit]

Your Man debuted at number four on the U.S. Billboard 200, and debuted at number one on the Top Country Albums chart, becoming his first number-one country album. On 02/28/2006 it was certified Gold, on 08/04/2006 it was certified Platinum and on 03/01/2007 it was certified 2× Platinum by the RIAA.

Singles[edit]

Year Single Peak chart
positions
US Country US
2005 "Your Man" 1 38
2006 "Would You Go with Me" 1 43
"Me and God" 16 98

Personnel[edit]

  • Chuck Ainlay - engineer
  • John Anderson - lead vocals, background vocals (track 6)
  • Brady Barnett - digital editing
  • Richard Barrow - engineer, mixing
  • Ron Block - banjo
  • Drew Bollman - mixing assistant
  • Jim "Moose" Brown - piano, Wurlitzer
  • Neal Cappellino - engineer, digital editing
  • Melodie Crittenden - background vocals
  • Eric Darken - percussion, vibraphone
  • Greg Droman - engineer, mixing
  • Shannon Forrest - drums
  • Todd Gunnerson - assistant engineer
  • Adam Hatley - digital editing
  • Aubrey Haynie - fiddle, mandolin
  • Wes Hightower - background vocals
  • Steve Hinson - Dobro, pedal steel guitar
  • Jeff King - electric guitar, baritone guitar
  • B. James Lowry - acoustic guitar
  • Margaret Malandruccolo - photography
  • Liana Manis - background vocals
  • Melissa Mattey - mixing assistant
  • Pat McLaughlin - background vocals
  • Gordon Mote - piano, Hammond organ, Clavinet
  • Justin Niebank - mixing
  • Kim Parent - background vocals
  • Frank Rogers - producer
  • Brent Rowan - electric guitar, six-string bass, tic-tac bass
  • Steve Short - mixing assistant
  • Chris Stapleton - background vocals
  • Phillip Stein - Production Assistant
  • Bryan Sutton - acoustic guitar, banjo
  • Russell Terrell - background vocals
  • Trish Townsend - wardrobe
  • Josh Turner - lead vocals, background vocals, art direction
  • Biff Watson - acoustic guitar
  • Hank Williams - mastering
  • Debra Wingo - make-up, hairstylist

References[edit]

Preceded by
Some Hearts by Carrie Underwood
Top Country Albums number-one album
February 11–17, 2006
Succeeded by
Some Hearts by Carrie Underwood