×
Rhapsody App for
Rhapsody International, Inc.

Listen to

Feel That Fire

by Dierks Bentley

Feel That Fire by Dierks Bentley

Listen to

Feel That Fire

by Dierks Bentley

Play on Rhapsody
Released:
Label: Capitol Nashville
The first two rebellious and rockin' tracks on Bentley's fourth effort set the pace for this mostly uptempo album, which is chock-full of singles, including the anthemic title track. But it's the heart-in-hand ballad "I Wanna Make You Close Your Eyes" that makes the biggest impact -- start with that gem if you want to see how many times a grown person can blush in four minutes. Other highlights include "Beautiful World" (featuring Patti Griffith), and "Here She Comes, Here We Go" and "Little Heart Wrecker," both of which have the same frantic delivery as Bentley's beloved hit, "What Was I Thinking?"

About This Album

The first two rebellious and rockin' tracks on Bentley's fourth effort set the pace for this mostly uptempo album, which is chock-full of singles, including the anthemic title track. But it's the heart-in-hand ballad "I Wanna Make You Close Your Eyes" that makes the biggest impact -- start with that gem if you want to see how many times a grown person can blush in four minutes. Other highlights include "Beautiful World" (featuring Patti Griffith), and "Here She Comes, Here We Go" and "Little Heart Wrecker," both of which have the same frantic delivery as Bentley's beloved hit, "What Was I Thinking?"

Tracks

About This Album

The first two rebellious and rockin' tracks on Bentley's fourth effort set the pace for this mostly uptempo album, which is chock-full of singles, including the anthemic title track. But it's the heart-in-hand ballad "I Wanna Make You Close Your Eyes" that makes the biggest impact -- start with that gem if you want to see how many times a grown person can blush in four minutes. Other highlights include "Beautiful World" (featuring Patti Griffith), and "Here She Comes, Here We Go" and "Little Heart Wrecker," both of which have the same frantic delivery as Bentley's beloved hit, "What Was I Thinking?"