- Personnel: Josh Turner (vocals); John Anderson , Ralph Stanley (vocals); Bryan Sutton (guitar, acoustic guitar, banjo); B. James Lowry, Biff Watson (acoustic guitar); Jeff King (electric guitar, baritone guitar); Brent Rowan (electric guitar, 6-string bass); Steve Hinson (dobro); Ron Block (banjo); Gordon Mote (piano, Clavinet); Jim "Moose" Brown (piano, Wurlitzer organ); Kevin Grantt (upright bass, electric bass); Chris Stapleton, Gene Johnson , Kim Parent, Melodie Crittenden, Pat McLaughlin, Wes Hightower, Russell Terrell, Liana Manis (background vocals); Aubrey Haynie (mandolin, fiddle); Eric Darken (vibraphone, percussion); Shannon Forrest (drums); Dana Williams, Marty Roe (background vocals).
- Audio Mixers: Greg Droman; Justin Niebank; Richard Barrow.
- Recording information: Masterfonics - Studio 6, Nashville, TN; The Castle, Franklin, TN; The Sound Emporium, Nashville, TN; The Sound Kitchen, Franklin, TN.
- Photographer: Margaret Malandruccolo.
- Josh Turner made a splash on the country music scene in 2003 with his hardline traditionalist debut LONG BLACK TRAIN, and reappeared in 2006 with YOUR MAN. Turner's sophomore release is as decidedly old-school as his first, reaching back to the mournful ballads and honky tonk leanings of Hank Williams Sr. and overtly referencing the likes of Loretta Lynn and Johnny Cash. Genre legends Ralph Stanley and John Anderson are on board to lend the young Turner some historical credibility. The real draw of the album, however, is Turner's beautifully rich baritone voice, which is represented to fine effect on these 11 tracks. While not exactly a neo-traditionalist masterpiece, YOUR MAN offers a refreshing antidote to the country-pop glutting the market in the 2000s.
Entertainment Weekly (p.71) - "Country's smooth new baritone has fun with just how low he can go on his second CD."