Cover image for All of it [compact disc] / Cole Swindell.
All of it [compact disc] / Cole Swindell.
Publication Information:
Nashville, TN : Warner Music Nashville, [2018]

Physical Description:
1 audio disc (41 min., 47 sec.) : CD audio, stereo ; 4 3/4 in.
General Note:
Title from disc label.

Some songs co-written by Cole Swindell.

Compact disc.

Full credits printed on container insert.
Love you too late -- All of it -- Somebody's been drinkin' -- Sounded good last night -- Break up in the end -- I'll be your small town -- The ones who got me here -- 20 in a Chevy -- Reason to drink -- Her -- Both sides of the Mississippi -- Dad's old number.
Cole Swindell gave fans a taste of what's to come from his third album by releasing song snippets on his Instagram account. His third studio album aims to add to his success, which includes seven consecutive number one singles.
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As both a songwriter and singer, Cole Swindell played no small part in popularizing the party-hearty sound of bro-country in the early 2000s, but there comes a time when every man must slow his roll. For Swindell, that time is his third album, All of It. Deliberately heavy on ballads, All of It still has the obligatory songs about drinking, but now Swindell slides "show me what that rockin' body looks like in the firelight" into the slow-burning title track: he's no longer wanting to see that girl tear it up in the back of his truck, he's looking for an intimate night at home, maybe even more than one. Swindell's self-conscious maturity is admirable even if it winds up turning All of It into something of a snooze. Never the liveliest singer -- he performs as if he were a writer -- Swindell sinks into the well-manicured arrangements, sounding as assured crooning a bittersweet ballad ("Dad's Old Number") as he does piecing together the wreckage from a night of boozing ("Sounded Good Last Night"). While Michael Carter's production contains elements of the R&B inflections of late-2010s country -- it's evident primarily in the understated electronic rhythms peppered through the record -- Swindell's heart belongs to the sounds of the first half of the decade. This retro bent, combined with the concentration on slow tunes, means All of It winds up agreeably sleepy, the kind of record that dissipates as soon as it's finished playing. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine