Blake Sheltons Barn & Grill Songs Ranked

Blake Shelton’s Barn & Grill is the third studio album by American country music artist Blake Shelton. Released in 2004 on Warner Bros. Records Nashville, it is his second album to achieve RIAA platinum certification. The album produced four singles in “When Somebody Knows You That Well”, “Some Beach”, “Goodbye Time” and “Nobody but Me.” Like his previous album, he co-wrote two songs. Here are all of Blake Sheltons Barn & Grill songs ranked.

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11. Some Beach

“On the uptempo side, hit songwriters Paul Overstreet and Rory Feek’s sunny “Some Beach” is indeed a scorcher. A recent number one hit with Shelton wanting to escape the annoyances of life, “Some Beach” has that inviting island party feel that Jimmy Buffett and Kenny Chesney has grown so accustomed to.”

10. I Drink

“More deja entendu moments come with Mary Gauthier’s devastatingly beautiful “I Drink.” Though Shelton’s take does not possess the starkness of the original, it’s definitely an avant-garde effort on Shelton’s part.”

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9. Nobody but Me

“Shelton has a hand in writing the punchy “Nobody But Me” which sounds more like a 80s pop throwaway. First off, Blake Shelton, is a pretty good vocalist. He picks some good songs, and there are few songs I really like but there is a lot of lightweight material here and on his other albums. I really don’t get why he is so highly rated, outside of selling songs by the truckload.”

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8. The Bartender

“If you like country music at all, you owe it to yourself to get this album. You will most definately be glad you did. While you’re at it, you might want to check out his first two albums as well. Heck, go see him live! I guarantee that you’ll be hooked!!!”

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7. Good Old Boy, Bad Old Boyfriend

“This would be the last fully Bobby Braddock-produced album for Blake (Braddock also wrote “Good Old Boy, Bad Old Boyfriend”) and the mentor could leave Blake content on his way as he seems to have found his vision.”

6. On a Good Day

“There are too many great songs to list here. I think my favorite right now is “On A Good Day” because I can relate to having a bad breakup and”

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5. Love Gets in the Way

“Blake Shelton has definitely found his niche with his third album, “Blake Shelton’s Barn and Grill”! The album reflects the everyday down-to-earth side of Blake that everyone sees who gets the opportunity to meet him.”

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4. When Somebody Knows You That Well

“On the Harley Allen and Jimmy Melton’s composition “When Somebody Knows You That Well,” Shelton has never sounded more sincere on this true to life ballad about the omnipotence of love in its various contexts.”

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3. Goodbye Time

“.Though no one could actually rival the great high priest of country music Conway Twitty, Shelton’s take of the aculeate “Goodbye Time” is emotionally effectual. “

2. What’s on My Mind

“What’s On My Mind” has all of its co-writer’s Jim Lauderdale’s quirkiness. Shelton, like many who have covered Lauderdale composition, could not escape from the writer’s unique phrasing.”

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1. Cotton Pickin’ Time

“Overstreet’s other composition, a co-write with Even Stevens, “Cotton Picking Time” is somehow a raunchy number about two skinny dipping lovers sewing their oats in the Mississippi sunshine. Formerly cut by the underrated siblings the Marcy Brothers, “Cotton Picking Time” has a perky feel without being too unexceptional.”