Old Boots New Tort Analysis

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Jason Aldean’s “Old Boots, New Dirt” In 2014, Jason Aldean released his newest album, “Old Boots, New Dirt”. After two years of waiting, fans could finally get their hands on another one of Aldean’s remarkable albums. Since 2005, Jason Aldean has taken over and become one of the top country artists. Songs like “She’s Country”, from his 2009 album “Wide Open”, are what put Aldean in the spotlight. Also from his 2010 album “My Kinda Party”, features the songs “Dirt Road Anthem”, and “My Kinda Party”, which are two of his more well-known songs. There are plenty more of Aldean’s songs that outline his reputation. Aldean starts off the new album with the song “Just Gettin’ Started”. In this song he sings about picking up a girl and getting into some trouble. He illustrates the anxiety from knowing but also not knowing what is going to happen throughout the night. He asks himself what they are going to do. This song features a slow classic country whine but also explosive guitar riffs. Aldean makes his voice sound very distinct. He wanted this first song off of this album to let people know that he is back. Jason Aldean is a respectful man. He is respectful towards his fans, friends, and family. With that being said, he is also very respectful to the ladies. Unlike most artists from other genres that only worry about the sex.…show more content…
In his song “Too Fast”, Aldean sings about being too busy to focus on his relationship. He is restless and always on the road. This song does have a happier conclusion with him trying to fix things and making life easier. However, in “Don’t Change Gone”, Aldean sings about a girl that he once loved who moved on. Sadness in Aldean’s voice shows the difficulty involved in trying to get over the girl. He uses the same concept in his song “Miss That Girl”. The name is pretty self-explanatory. Aldean sings about a girl who he can never replace. A girl of which like no

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