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Ain't Nothin' to It - EP

Cody Johnson

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1.1
On My Way to You
Cody Johnson
3:33
1.2
Dear Rodeo
Cody Johnson
4:14
1.3
Monday Morning Merle
Cody Johnson
3:49
1.4
Long Haired Country Boy (feat. The Rockin' CJB)
Cody Johnson; The Rockin' CJB
4:17
1.5
Fenceposts
Cody Johnson
2:57
Total Playing Time    18:50
- Billboard 200 - #9 (2019)
- Billboard Top Country Albums - #1 (2019)

"Cody Johnson, a former professional rodeo competitor and a stalwart of the proudly independent Texas country scene, transitions easily into the heart of the Nashville machine on his new album — fittingly titled Ain't Nothin' to It ... Johnson was reportedly wary of suiting up for a major ... But he’s the same old singer on Ain't Nothin' to It. Cowboys are an endangered species in modern Nashville writing rooms; Johnson still sings about them as if Chris LeDoux never went out of style."
- Rolling Stone

Ain't Nothin' to It is Amercian country star Cody Johnston's inaugural release for Warner Music Nashville, and his seventh full-length overall.

As with all of his previous albums, the title track was co-written by David Lee. "On My Way to You" is the lead single. Included are two cover songs: "Long Haired Country Boy", originally by Charlie Daniels, and "Husbands and Wives", which has been recorded by Roger Miller, David Frizzell and Shelly West, and Brooks & Dunn. Trent Willmon is the album's producer.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – CoJo Music/Warner Records Studio Masters

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