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- Song Name: Tip It On Back
- Artist Name / Band Name: Dierks Bentley
- Produced By: Brett Beavers, Luke Wooten
- Album Name: Home
- Release Date: February 3, 2012
- Genre: Country, Rock
- Record Label: Capitol Nashville
- Written By: Ross Copperman, Jon Nite, Tully Kennedy
- Performance: Peaked at No.
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Dierks Bentley – Tip It On Back Review
Dierks Bentley did something new and interesting when he recorded ‘Tip It On Back,’ his fourth single from his 2012 CD ‘Home.’ The American country music recording artist combined the spirit of other popular songs like ‘Am I the Only One’ and ‘Free and Easy.’ He also made sure he maintained the se*y pace of his other popular ballads ‘Feel that Fire’ and ‘Come a Little Closer.’
This one worked, a proof that unlikely combinations may last. The song is a chilling 3.5 minutes of fine country music. Any listener may instantly want to catch the buzz to see if it can still sound any better. It tries to convey the message about pushing the troubles brought about by life. It takes you to a journey that by the time the chorus comes, you may have already melted in the verses.
Critics say the track could be a good late summer groove. It can be the perfect scoring if you peel back the layer of heat from a typical summer night. It jives easily with all other songs on the album, which sounds spontaneously and loosely put together. Cheers to Bentley and his career.