is the second Achin' and Shakin' studio album released by actress and Broadway Mercury Nashville recording artist Laura Bell Bundy. The album, which was released on April 13, 2010, is Bundy's first mainstream album; her first album, Longing for a Place Already Gone, was self-released in 2007. Achin' and Shakin' features the singles " Giddy On Up" and "Drop On By".
Promotion [ edit ]
Bundy appeared on
CMT's to talk about the new album and debut a fan-made version of her "Giddy On Up" video on April 9, 2010. Top Twenty Countdown She also performed "Giddy On Up" on the 2010  Academy of Country Music Awards on April 18, 2010. She appeared on on April 21, Good Morning America on April 29 and appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno on May 11, 2010. Chelsea Lately  
Content [ edit ]
The album is divided into two themes: "Achin'", which comprises tracks 1-6, and "Shakin'", which comprises tracks 7-12.
 Nathan Chapman produced the "Achin'" tracks; Mike Shimshack produced "Giddy On Up", "I'm No Good for Ya Baby", and "Everybody", while Kyle Kelso produced "Rebound", "Boyfriend?", and "If You Want My Love". 
Critical reception [ edit ]
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Track listing [ edit ]
"Drop On By"
Brice Long, Ronnie Rogers 3:09
"Curse the Bed"
Nathan Chapman, Andrew Dorff 3:24
Tommy Lee James 3:40
"When It All Goes South"
Giddy On Up" Bundy, Jeff Cohen, Mike Shimshack
"I'm No Good (For Ya Baby)"
Bundy, Cohen, Shimshack
Bundy, Jerry Flowers
Barry Dean, Luke Laird 3:54
"If You Want My Love"
Bundy, Laird, Shimshack
Personnel [ edit ]
Laura Bell Bundy - lead vocals Chris Carmichael -
Nathan Chapman - acoustic guitar, electric guitar, background vocals Stephanie Chapman - background vocals
Chad Cromwell - drums
Dan Dugmore - steel guitar, mandolin
Aubrey Haynie - fiddle Kirk "Jelly Roll" Johnson -
harmonica Kyle Kelso -
bass guitar, acoustic guitar, Hammond B-3 organ, percussion, programming Tim Lauer -
accordion, Hammond B-3 organ, piano, pump organ, Wurlitzer Duke Levine -
dobro, baritone guitar, electric guitar, slide guitar Rob McNelley - electric guitar
Marc Muller -
banjo, dobro, fiddle, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, mandolin, steel guitar, synthesizer bass Steve Nathan - Hammond B-3 organ, Wurlitzer
Angela Primm - background vocals
Michael Rhodes - bass guitar
Mike Shimshack - bass guitar, acoustic guitar, Hammond B-3 organ, percussion, programming
Ilya Toshinsky - acoustic guitar Gayle Mayes-West - background vocals
Nir Z. - drums
Chart performance [ edit ]
The album debuted at number 5 on the U.S.
Billboard Top Country Albums chart and #28 on the U.S. , selling nearly 15,000 copies in its first week, becoming the highest debut album sales by a female country artist since Billboard 200 Julianne Hough in 2008. As of June 26, 2010, the album has sold 72,181 copies.  
Billboard Top Country Albums 5
Billboard 200 28
Norwegian Albums Chart
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