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Album: Black and White Label (Bonus Track Version)

Artist: Cody Johnson

  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 2011
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 13

  • Copyright: ℗ 2011 Cody Johnson

Tracklist For Black and White Label (Bonus Track Version) By Artist Cody Johnson

Title Artist Time
Down By the River Cody Johnson 2:24 USD 0.99
You Thought I'd Never Be Cody Johnson 3:53 USD 0.99
Talk to Me Right Cody Johnson 3:40 USD 0.99
Picture of a Man Cody Johnson 3:40 USD 0.99
Another Double Cody Johnson 2:46 USD 0.99
Jesse's Name Cody Johnson 4:34 USD 0.99
Black & White Cody Johnson 3:24 USD 0.99
Underneath This Hat Cody Johnson 2:50 USD 0.99
There's You Cody Johnson 3:33 USD 0.99
Texas Rain Cody Johnson 2:43 USD 0.99
The Fiddle's Gone Cody Johnson 3:11 USD 0.99
She's My Woman Cody Johnson 3:28 USD 0.99
Its Amazing [Bonus Track] Cody Johnson 11:17 USD Album Only

Reviews For Black and White Label (Bonus Track Version) By Artist Cody Johnson


    By Breannaloveshorses
    Loved Cody Johnson then, loved Cody Johnson now, and I'll love Cody Johnson till the end. A man who knows his stuff and someone who makes real country music and can still make his music sound great
  • 3rd CD....Actually!

    By T-Rock6921
    He actually has 2 more albums before B&W Label. Rodeo Blues and I Wanna Go Home. If you have them like I do, they are GOLD!!!
  • White&Black

    By Cs2277774
    This album is gold! Possibly his best.
  • Black & White Label

    By _AntMoreno
    This was his first cd...he played all the lead parts is what i was told(by a very valuable source)...this was before any Nashville people found him
  • FYI

    By SMoss1
    If I am not mistaken this was recorded when he was really young and is actually his first cd, it just wasnt released until recently.
  • Eh..

    By THETxCowboy
    As a fan of his older stuff Im going 3 stars, but not sure I should. Completly differant style and it almost sounds like every song is the same with differant lyrics. If you want Cody Johnson, go buy the last CD, I would stay away from this one.
  • Marlow

    By Marlow1976
    Not as good as the last album, but not the same stye either. will have to give it a few more listens.

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