One of the main factors playing a key role to this album is producer Jeffrey Steele.  If you know absolutely anything about country music and the songs, you just know who Jeffrey Steele is.  In case you don't know Steele, he just happens to write basically everything...  He's a great songwriter and after listen to Keith Anderson's debut, he is a great producer as well. 

Keith Anderson has such a diverse selection of songs on this debut.  He has gained many fans with his rowdy side shown by "Pickin' Wildflowers," but Anderson shows a softer side with his beautiful song - "Lazy With Your Love."  This album has a song for everyone although I will recommend this album more for rowdy ones...  Somewhere along the lines of Anthony Smith and Big & Rich.

I'd personally rather hear an enjoyable song like "Pickin' Wildflowers" than some of the other new artists that you can't distinguish from one another... Yeah, Anderson's vocals may not be the "strongest" out there, but he writes songs that fit him.  By every single on this album, you will find Anderson's name. - Co-writing an entire debut album is impressive.  Anderson has a distinctive vocal style, and it seems to be working well for him.  - Janelle Landauer

Album picks: "Wrap Around," "Lazy With Your Love," "Every Time I Hear Your Name," "Pickin' Wildflowers," and "I'll Know When I Get There."
Keith Anderson
Three Chord Country and American Rock & Roll
Street Date: May 3, 2005

By now, I'm sure the majority of you have heard "Pickin' Wildflowers" by newcomer Keith Anderson.  "Pickin' Wildflowers" is a creative and well written song although at first, it didn't really shine through as a hit.  "Pickin' Wildflowers" is different, but it's one of those singles that - the more you hear it, the more you like it.  After listening to it a couple times, I noticed more character in both Anderson and the song.  It's actually pretty clever and the music and beat just flow right along with this one.
Added: May 1, 2005
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