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Album: Human: The Double Album

Artist: Cody Johnson

  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 2021
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 18

  • Copyright: ℗ 2021 CoJo Music LLC under exclusive license to Warner Music Nashville LLC.

Tracklist For Human: The Double Album By Artist Cody Johnson

Title Artist Time
Human Cody Johnson 3:41 USD 1.29
Honky Tonk Hardwood Floors Cody Johnson 3:19 USD 1.29
Sad Songs and Waltzes Cody Johnson & Willie Nelson 3:32 USD 1.29
'Til You Can't Cody Johnson 3:44 USD 1.29
God Bless the Boy (Cori's Song Cody Johnson 3:26 USD 0.69
Known for Loving You Cody Johnson 2:45 USD 1.29
Driveway Cody Johnson 2:47 USD 1.29
Son of a Ramblin' Man Cody Johnson 3:12 USD 1.29
I Always Wanted To Cody Johnson 5:01 USD 1.29
I Don't Know a Thing About Lov Cody Johnson 3:42 USD 1.29
Longer Than She Did Cody Johnson 3:18 USD 1.29
Made a Home Cody Johnson 3:25 USD 1.29
Let's Build a Fire Cody Johnson 2:56 USD 1.29
When It Comes to You Cody Johnson 3:36 USD 1.29
Treasure Cody Johnson 3:14 USD 1.29
Stronger Cody Johnson 3:14 USD 1.29
Cowboy Scale of 1 to 10 Cody Johnson 2:55 USD 1.29
By Your Grace Cody Johnson 3:58 USD 1.29

Reviews For Human: The Double Album By Artist Cody Johnson

  • Raw

    By JosephDawnjulene
    Man, he is original and a classic!!!
  • 5-Star Album by 5-Star Man

    By PharmgrlMT
    This is a 5-star album by a 5-star man. One of the good ones for sure. Purchasing the whole album to show support for this artist.
  • ‘Til You Can’t

    By From Shiner Texas
    I love all of ur songs. My absolute favorite is ‘Til You Can’t . I can really feel what that song means .Every time I hear it I think about all the times I wished I did something with the people who aren’t hear anymore. I hope you keep writing and singing great songs.
  • Pure country

    By At133213
    Cody is the real deal. This is an excellent album!
  • You got it

    By teadori
    Love it . Good job
  • Actually Country

    By alsoncole
    I'm not a fan of modern country, although I believe there's a place at the table for everyone and understand that while it's not my thing, its popularity means it obviously connects with a lot of people, which has always been the number one goal of commerical country music. That said, Cody Johnson proves you can still be 21st century but pure country—and not just from a nostalgic "these are my roots" mentality. Listening to this album, the first thing that stands out is his voice. Again, not to harp on other country artists, but these days I feel like everyone is trying for a certain sound or to sound like someone else. Maybe it's becasue of all the reality singing competition shows or all the covers people post on YouTube and TikTok, but, to me, it's kind of rare that someone with a distinct but genuine voice comes along. I find myself wanting to compare him to, like, a George Strait. But even that's not quite right. I think he has his own sound. It's a strong, manly, country voice, but it has a lot of depth and color to it. It's not nasally or whiny. It's not forcefully gritty or affected. It's just a great, powerful, sound. The second thing that stands out listening to this is the songwriting. Again, he hits the mark. These songs have depth. They're singable and memorable, sometimes rambunctious and sometimes tender, but they're not gimmicky or trying to be so profound that they come off as cheesy. No, these songs seem authentic and personal. He really knows what he's doing, and I buy into it. Thirdly, the production is really good. I mean, the album sounds fantastic through my speakers. The mixing is great, and it puts his voice front and center without taking anything away from the other musicians. Finally, I have to say I like that Cody looks like a country star. What I mean by that is that in the past few years, there's been a slew of country artists who look like people you'd run into at Walmart on any given Friday night. And I get it. That's relatable. But, not to sound old-fashioned, there's something respectable about someone who presents himself like a bonafide star. He doesn't seem cocky or overly primped, just, again, genuinely country and well groomed. I started listening to this album after I saw a couple of the acoustic covers he did on YouTube. I have much respect for him and his music. This ablum is great, and I look forward to hearing more. I think hits all the right notes, literally and figuratively.
  • Cody Johnson 💙

    By bears dont bite
    Alright people stop hating. Y’all just need to stop if you don’t like it then go listen to something else, But if someone works their heart into a song and wants to share it to the world you better be dang thankful you can hear it . He is a very inspiring person and don’t just listen to the beats of the music listen to the words it has a lot of meaning so just give it some thought I know you do have your own opinions Bye 🤠
  • Nothing original

    By Wldcatt
    Looks like a Garth Brooks clone.
  • Real Music

    By kingram125
    Country music isn’t dead!!!
  • love it

    By russellLQ
    til you can't

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