In 2004, country singer/songwriter Paul Brandt released his 4th album titled This Time Around. The cd was released on Orange Music Canada, a subsidiary of Universal Music Group.
The album starts off with a cover version of J W McCall’s huge hit Convoy. Paul does a bang up job of creating his own version and the video features fellow Canadian country singers Jason McCoy, Aaron Lines & Calgary Flames defenceman Rhett Warrener & former Flames defenceman Mike Commodore as fellow truckers. George Canyon also appears as a state trooper. Brandt’s version of the song peaked at #9 on the Canadian Country Singles chart.
From there we go to another hit single off the cd; a semi-ballad called Leavin featuring Australian country singer Keith Urban on guitar. A look back on your life that was is the song Home, reminiscing about his family. In the song it’s about the singer wanting to get away from his strict father and now he’s wishing that his father was still alive and see him when he gets home. Speaking of home, the Calgary native then moves onto Alberta Bound as a tribute to his home province and sings it’s praises.
Run To Me is a song about offering courage & love to the woman in your heart. King is a funny look at a wish to always be the right one after having lost an argument with his wife. It’s about wondering how it would be to be the boss and coming back to reality and the fact that you are not! Live Now is about the fragile nature of life and how precious it is and how we never get a second chance once we die. Rich Man is iron bridge lending about being thankful for the wonderful family that you have and being ‘rich’ even if money is short because you have things that matter.
In I Still personal loan california Do Brandt sings about the love he still has for his wife & partner even after they years have passed. The title track, This Time Around, is about doing things right once you realize that you were wrong and that you have a second chance. We shall forgive Brandt for the next song That’s What I Love About Jesus. And finally there’s Hope – a bonus track on the Album of the year award winner at the CCMA.