That Don't Make Me a Bad Guy is the twelfth studio album from American country music artist Toby Keith. The album was released October 28, 2008 on Show Dog Nashville, Keith's own label, and was produced by Keith himself. He wrote or co-wrote all the songs on this album, collaborating with Bobby Pinson on all but three. Lead-off single "She Never Cried in Front of Me" became a number one hit for Keith on the Billboard country charts in late October 2008, as did "God Love Her", the second single, in March 2009. A third single, "Lost You Anyway", was released on March 16, 2009. The album was certified Gold in December 2008.
Mr. Bad Guy is the first solo album from Queen singer, Freddie Mercury. Released in 1985, during a period in which Queen were on hiatus from recordings, it contains eleven songs, all written by him. It was dedicated "to my cat Jerry—also Tom, Oscar and Tiffany, and all the cat lovers across the universe—screw everybody else". For the album, Mercury compiled influences ranging from disco to dance music. It was a contrast to typical Queen work, as they were rock-orientated. The album took nearly two years to record as Mercury had to gather enough material, while committing to band activities. Initially, the album was supposed to feature duets with Mercury and Michael Jackson…
Michael Katon’s latest release should provide solace to his loyal legion of followers who feared that he had lost his edge with his last release, The Rage Called Rock n Roll. It wasn’t that Rage was a bad album, but that it seemed out of character for the man dubbed the “Boogie Man From Hell” with tame material and mellow ballads. Truth was, Katon was not up to par physically during the recording of Rage and that influenced his songwriting and recording. With Bad Machine, it is pretty clear that Katon is back with a vengeance. Now, to be honest, Katon’s music has always had the subtlety of a ballpeen hammer, but, that also is part of the charm of Katon’s flat out, guitar driven boogie. Katon’s music works best in a sweat filled, beer soaked club with some barbecue on the side. Katon plays hard driving boogie for a hard partying crowd. Katon truly delivers the goods on Bad Machine…..
What goes around comes around in the blues world. Although T-Model Ford is from Mississippi, not all of his influences are Mississippi Delta influences – his dusky, moody electric blues also owe something to Chicago (Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf), Detroit (John Lee Hooker), and Texas (Lightnin' Hopkins). Of course, Waters, Hooker, and Wolf were all born in Mississippi; they were Southern bluesmen who moved north, plugged in, and became identified with electric post-World War II Northern blues. But Hooker wasn't born in Detroit any more than Waters and Wolf were born in Chicago. So again, what goes around comes around in the blues world. Whether you describe Ford's approach as Northern or Southern – and truth be told, it's a combination of the two – Bad Man is a compelling slice of tough, gritty, genuinely lowdown blues.