|Studio album by Clint Black|
|Released||September 28, 1999|
|Clint Black chronology|
The album was recorded entirely without electric instruments. "There is not a single electric instrument on the album, but you wouldn't know it unless you were told. It is truly, totally unplugged," says Black. It was recorded entirely in ten weeks, "the fastest I'd ever done an album".
The album is an eclectic mix of material. In addition to a selection of new songs, it contains a number of covers, ranging from a version of Waylon Jennings' "Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way" to Monty Python's "Galaxy Song"; The Marshall Tucker Band's "Bob Away My Blues" and Leon Russell's "Dixie Lullaby" are covered here as well. It also has several collaborations, including the hits "When I Said I Do", a duet with Clint Black's wife, Lisa Hartman Black, and "Been There", a duet with friend Steve Wariner. Additionally, Black rearranged and re-recorded three previous songs of his in the album's bluesier style.
While not as commercially successful as many of his other works, D'lectrified still became Black's eighth album to be certified gold by the RIAA.
- "Bob Away My Blues" (Toy Caldwell) – 3:06
- "Are You Sure Waylon Done It This Way" (Waylon Jennings) – 5:55
- duet with Waylon Jennings
- "Hand in the Fire" (Black, Hayden Nicholas) – 4:38
- "Outside Intro (To Galaxy Song)" (Black, Eric Idle) – 0:39
- feat. Eric Idle
- "Galaxy Song" (Idle, John DuPrez) – 2:24
- "When I Said I Do" (Black) – 4:30
- duet with Lisa Hartman Black
- "Been There" (Black, Steve Wariner) – 5:28
- duet with Steve Wariner
- "Dixie Lullaby" (Leon Russell, Chris Stainton) – 3:18
- duet with Bruce Hornsby
- "Where Your Love Won't Go" (Black, Wariner) – 2:43
- "Love She Can't Live Without" (Black, Skip Ewing) – 3:41
- "Burn One Down" (Black, Frankie Miller, Nicholas) – 3:57
- "Rethink" of song from 1992's The Hard Way
- "Who I Use to Be" (Black, Nicholas) – 3:29
- "Harmony" (Black, Kenny Loggins, Nicholas) – 5:27
- Duet with Kenny Loggins
- "No Time to Kill" (Black, Nicholas) – 5:36
- "Rethink" of song from 1993's No Time to Kill.
- "Something That We Do" (instrumental) (Black, Ewing) – 2:48
- Clint Black—lead vocals, background vocals, acoustic guitar, harmonica, bass harmonica, recorder
- Lenny Castro—percussion, tambourine, washboard
- Jerry Douglas—Dobro
- Stuart Duncan—fiddle
- Skip Ewing—acoustic guitar
- Gary Grant—trumpet
- Jerry Hey—trumpet
- Dan Higgins—baritone saxophone
- Bruce Hornsby—grand piano on "Dixie Lullaby" and "No Time to Kill"
- Abraham Laboriel—acoustic bass
- Kevin Nealon—banjo, 5-string banjo
- Hayden Nicholas—12-string guitar, 12-string bass guitar
- Bobbi Page—background vocals
- Dean Parks—acoustic guitar, slide guitar, classical guitar, resonator guitar
- Joel Peskin—clarinet, tenor saxophone
- Steve Real—background vocals
- Bill Reichenbach Jr.—trombone
- John "J.R." Robinson—drums
- Ray Rogers—tenor banjo
- Matt Rollings—piano, grand piano
- Marty Stuart—mandolin
- Steve Wariner— acoustic guitar on "Been There" and "Where Your Love Won't Go"
- Lawrence L. Williams—baritone saxophone
- Edgar Winter—alto saxophone
- Clint Black—producer, engineer
- Jeff Basso—engineer
- Zack Berry—production coordinator
- Ricky Cobble—recorder, engineer
- Greg Collins—mixing assistant
- Steve Dorff—orchestral arrangements, choir arrangement
- Steve Genewick—assistant engineer
- Richard Hanson—engineer, engineering support
- Larry Herbstritt—string conductor
- Julian King—recorder, engineer, mixing
- Matt Price—assistant engineer
- Ray Rogers—engineer, engineering support
- Doug Sax—mastering, max
- James Stroud—executive producer
- Tom Sweeney—mixing assistant
- Simon Tassano—recorder, engineer
- Dann Thompson—assistant engineer
|U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums||7|
|U.S. Billboard 200||75|
|Canadian RPM Country Albums||7|
|Year||Single||Peak chart positions|
|US Country||US||CAN Country|
|1999||"When I Said I Do" (with Lisa Hartman-Black)||1||31||1|
|2000||"Been There" (with Steve Wariner)||5||44||1|
|"Love She Can't Live Without"||30||—||45|
- D'lectrified [CD liner notes]. 1999. RCA Records.
- D'lectrified Credits. Allmusic. Retrieved on January 5, 2007.
- Artist Chart History (Singles). Billboard. Retrieved on January 1, 2007.
- Artist Chart History (Albums). Billboard. Retrieved on January 1, 2007.