About “Kung Pao”
“Kung Pao” is a hidden song by Brad Paisley from his album Mud On The Tires.
Featuring the Kung Pao Buckaroos: Bill Anderson, George Jones, and Little Jimmy Dickens.
About Mud On The Tires
Mud On The Tires is the third studio album by American country music artist Brad Paisley. Released in 2003, the album showcases Paisley’s signature blend of traditional country music with contemporary elements, heartfelt lyrics, and skilled guitar playing.
The album’s title track, “Mud on the Tires,” became a hit single and showcases Paisley’s playful and humorous side, with its catchy melody and clever wordplay. Other notable tracks on the album include the heartfelt ballad “Whiskey Lullaby,” featuring Alison Krauss, and the uptempo “Celebrity,” which satirizes the world of fame and Hollywood.
Mud On The Tires received critical acclaim for its strong songwriting, Paisley’s dynamic vocals, and his exceptional guitar skills, often incorporating intricate guitar solos and riffs into his songs. The album achieved commercial success, reaching number one on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart and solidifying Paisley’s place as one of country music’s most talented and successful artists.
Mud On The Tires is a well-crafted and enjoyable album that combines catchy melodies, relatable lyrics, and Paisley’s undeniable talent, making it a fan favorite and a significant milestone in his career.
How to find “Kung Pao”
On CD: Play through the last track (“Farther Along”)
Listen to “Kung Pao”
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