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    Carrie Underwood's 'Something In The Water' Finds Hope In Change

    Underwood’s ‘Something In The Water’ Finds Hope In Change

    From BILLBOARD COUNTRY UPDATE OCTOBER 16, 2014 | PAGE 2 OF 11

    By: Tom Roland

    Carrie Underwood gets a little teary when she talks about a transformation - teary enough that she apologizes for the show of emotion.

    She certainly knows a thing or two about life-changing moments - there was a historic win on American Idol, a college graduation ceremony and a walk down the aisle with hockey-playing husband Mike Fisher. The memory of those events might indeed make her cry, but in this instance, it’s the recollection of her baptism.

    “I was dunked,” she says, laughing initially, “in our tiny little church in Checotah, Oklahoma. It was my idea, I wanted to do that. I had gotten saved, and that was the next step, you know. That was kind of what we had always been taught. But I just remember being so proud that day.”

    It’s when she addresses the pride in that public statement about her faith that the tears sneak out for just a second.

    “It really was just kind of a wonderful day,” she says, quickly regaining her composure.

    Given the power of the memory, it’s appropriate that Underwood invests her powerhouse voice in “Something in the Water,” her new baptism-themed single that’s made an amazingly graceful leap into the public consciousness. Following a Sept. 29 release to radio and digital outlets, it debuted at No. 48 on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs, then leapt to No. 2 in its second week on the sales/streaming/airplay chart, thanks to heavy rotation at radio and 125,000 downloads, a personal record for first-week sales.

    “That gave me chills,” says co-writer Chris DeStefano (“Rewind,” “That’s My Kind of Night”), upon hearing of its 46-place jump. “That’s beautiful.”

    The single’s speed is appropriate given the quick pace it took from conception to its marketplace debut. Underwood, DeStefano and co-writer Brett James (“I Hold On,” “Jesus, Take the Wheel”) fashioned it in a creative blitz during a May 2 songwriting session at a cabin in Tennessee. There was certainly some homework involved - DeStefano had put together a track that laid out the song’s basic musical format from front to back.

    It was unique, to say the least. Instead of hitting a crescendo when it reached the chorus, the production dropped down to a rolling piano for the first two lines. And after the second verse and chorus, it snuck into an unusually lengthy eight-line bridge that’s just similar enough that it sort of masquerades as a third verse.

    “He was like, ‘You’re either going to love this or you’re going to hate this,’ ” says Underwood. “And we loved it.”

    As is standard practice among songwriters, Underwood keeps a running list of titles, and that list included a familiar phrase she’d heard in a conversation: “There must be something in the water.” She offered that title, along with a conviction that the song should be about baptism, a topic that’s nearly as unusual as the music. Toby Keith referenced that Christian rite in passing during “God Love Her” (“she was baptized in dirty water”), and Brooks & Dunn put it in the chorus of “Brand New Man” (“I’ve been baptized by the fire in your touch”). But it’s likely that there hasn’t been a country hit centered on baptism since before Underwood’s 1983 birth: Johnny Russell reached No. 14 in 1973 with “The Baptism of Jesse Taylor,” and T.G. Sheppard hit No. 1 in 1980 by using the sacrament as a sexual metaphor in “Do You Wanna Go to Heaven.”

    “Carrie mentioned that title, and it just felt perfect with the way [the track] sounded,” says DeStefano. “The subject matter, the direction she wanted to take the song in immediately felt like something really special.”

    As much as “Water” revolves around a spiritual transformation, the key lyrics — “Now I’m changed/Now I’m stronger,” delivered over that quiet rolling piano in the chorus - could be applied to any life crossroads, broadening the emotional impact of the song.

    “We definitely want to write like that,” says Underwood. “You want it to be as relatable as possible and to as many people as possible. I’ve had tons of people over the years - from ‘Jesus, Take the Wheel’ to ‘Temporary Home’ to ‘See You Again’ and now with this one - be like, ‘You know, I’m not really like into the whole organized-religion thing.’ But they like the songs.”

    The writers did throw in a little more organized religion. They referenced Hank Williams’ “I Saw the Light,” borrowed the phrase “no turning back” from the hymn “I Have Decided to Follow Jesus” and slid in the title of “Amazing Grace.” As they worked on the demo that day, they took it even further, using “Amazing Grace” as a melodic counterpoint in the final parts of the song.

    Producer Mark Bright (Sara Evans, Swon Brothers) was an immediate believer when Underwood played the demo of “Something in the Water.”
    “It sounded fabulous,” he says, “except that every bit of it was programmed. So my job was to humanize that.”

    The musicians were so inspired during the tracking session at Reba McEntire’s Starstruck Studios that they nailed it, recalls Bright, on the second take. Drummer Chris McHugh added some humanity by layering tribal toms on top of the basic track, and percussionist Eric Darken supplemented additional sounds, including a hybrid blend of instruments at the start of the first chorus that sounds, intentionally, like a door slamming on the past.

    The “Amazing Grace” chorus became epic. DeStefano served as the de facto choir leader, singing with Underwood, James, songwriter Hillary Lindsey (“So Small,” “Blessed”) and gospel-based background vocalists Vicki Hampton and Robert Bailey.

    “My manager has a video on her phone of me bouncing in the room because I just couldn’t contain myself,” says Underwood. “We were going to church in the studio.”

    Underwood hoped it would be a single down the line, but she was surprised when the label chose to make “Water” the first single from Greatest Hits: Decade #1, due Dec. 9.

    “I think she thought we would be afraid of it,” says Sony Music Nashville chairman/CEO Gary Overton.

    The label did test the song’s religious content internally, and the promotion department briefly debated whether it would receive any pushback - “That’s their job,” says Underwood - but everyone signed off. Seven seconds were snipped from the intro for the radio edit, and it was embraced at the outset. “Water” is at No. 5 in its third week on Hot Country Songs.

    “It’s really nice to have that kind of song going against the current of all the other songs that we are experiencing right now,” observes Bright. “It’s sort of boldly going where nobody has been willing to go in country music for awhile.”

    The baptismal theme has certainly been absent from country radio for years, though for Underwood, it’s more a continuation of the commitment to faith she introduced with the release of her transformative first single, “Jesus, Take the Wheel.”

    “I feel like from that moment on people kind of understood that that would probably be a part of my music,” she says. “And it has been.”




    A HUGE thank you to Windmills for tweeting this amazing article and sharing it with us:

    Windmills Country ‏@WindmillsMusic 13m13 minutes ago
    Great read on the making of Carrie Underwood's "Something In The Water" in this wk's Billboard MidWeek Country Update http://t.co/La5dCf75gd

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    wow! I'm so looking forward to the video to go with this amazing song.
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    I cannot wait for the video. I bet it will be incredible. I wonder if the video will be released before the CMAs? I imagine the song and video will boost sales after Carrie's phenomenal performance of SITW. All in time to boost sales of her GH album! Exciting times!
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    Thanks Ann, love this article.
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    This article is amazing!

    Thank you, Ann, for posting it here!
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    Thanks, Ann. What a wonderful article.
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    Thank you Ann for this wonderful article, really like it.
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    thank you Ann.
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    Thanks so much, Ann!!

    Boomer Bummer today, huh?!!
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    Thanks for posting. Excited for video.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rainbow1 View Post
    Thanks so much, Ann!!

    Boomer Bummer today, huh?!!
    You're very welcome!

    Yes...Boomer Bummer today - Trevor hurt, Bell hurt, Shepard hurt, Hunnicutt rattled when boys went down (even though all 3 came back in game). Rattled bad! I was screaming at Bob & Mike Stoops - surprised my TV didn't break. You know all of those boy hate practice and practice and practice this week, however if I was a Stoops Brother, they would be in BIG trouble - and Heupel too and all the coaches. Gotta give the 3 who were hurt (especially Shepard) for trying to play through it. Can't wait until Stoops boys & Heupel get ahold of Trevor, Bell and Hunnicutt. And Hunnicutt - best kicker in College Football - one (or more) of the coaches need to build him back up. Bob can do that very well - he can be harsh but he can also be kind. These boys (and the coaches too) have got their hands full! Mike Stoops has really got to get it together with his players. I think Samaje can help these kids (even though he's a Freshman) - the boys love him and will listen to him with his quiet voice - he has wisdom way beyond his years.

    I apologize for going off subject, however us Sooners are very passionate. rainbow and I ARE VERY PASSIONATE FOR OUR SOONERS #BOOMER

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ann055 View Post
    Underwood’s ‘Something In The Water’ Finds Hope In Change

    From BILLBOARD COUNTRY UPDATE OCTOBER 16, 2014 | PAGE 2 OF 11

    By: Tom Roland

    Carrie Underwood gets a little teary when she talks about a transformation - teary enough that she apologizes for the show of emotion.

    She certainly knows a thing or two about life-changing moments - there was a historic win on American Idol, a college graduation ceremony and a walk down the aisle with hockey-playing husband Mike Fisher. The memory of those events might indeed make her cry, but in this instance, it’s the recollection of her baptism.

    “I was dunked,” she says, laughing initially, “in our tiny little church in Checotah, Oklahoma. It was my idea, I wanted to do that. I had gotten saved, and that was the next step, you know. That was kind of what we had always been taught. But I just remember being so proud that day.”

    It’s when she addresses the pride in that public statement about her faith that the tears sneak out for just a second.

    “It really was just kind of a wonderful day,” she says, quickly regaining her composure.

    Given the power of the memory, it’s appropriate that Underwood invests her powerhouse voice in “Something in the Water,” her new baptism-themed single that’s made an amazingly graceful leap into the public consciousness. Following a Sept. 29 release to radio and digital outlets, it debuted at No. 48 on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs, then leapt to No. 2 in its second week on the sales/streaming/airplay chart, thanks to heavy rotation at radio and 125,000 downloads, a personal record for first-week sales.

    “That gave me chills,” says co-writer Chris DeStefano (“Rewind,” “That’s My Kind of Night”), upon hearing of its 46-place jump. “That’s beautiful.”

    The single’s speed is appropriate given the quick pace it took from conception to its marketplace debut. Underwood, DeStefano and co-writer Brett James (“I Hold On,” “Jesus, Take the Wheel”) fashioned it in a creative blitz during a May 2 songwriting session at a cabin in Tennessee. There was certainly some homework involved - DeStefano had put together a track that laid out the song’s basic musical format from front to back.

    It was unique, to say the least. Instead of hitting a crescendo when it reached the chorus, the production dropped down to a rolling piano for the first two lines. And after the second verse and chorus, it snuck into an unusually lengthy eight-line bridge that’s just similar enough that it sort of masquerades as a third verse.

    “He was like, ‘You’re either going to love this or you’re going to hate this,’ ” says Underwood. “And we loved it.”

    As is standard practice among songwriters, Underwood keeps a running list of titles, and that list included a familiar phrase she’d heard in a conversation: “There must be something in the water.” She offered that title, along with a conviction that the song should be about baptism, a topic that’s nearly as unusual as the music. Toby Keith referenced that Christian rite in passing during “God Love Her” (“she was baptized in dirty water”), and Brooks & Dunn put it in the chorus of “Brand New Man” (“I’ve been baptized by the fire in your touch”). But it’s likely that there hasn’t been a country hit centered on baptism since before Underwood’s 1983 birth: Johnny Russell reached No. 14 in 1973 with “The Baptism of Jesse Taylor,” and T.G. Sheppard hit No. 1 in 1980 by using the sacrament as a sexual metaphor in “Do You Wanna Go to Heaven.”

    “Carrie mentioned that title, and it just felt perfect with the way [the track] sounded,” says DeStefano. “The subject matter, the direction she wanted to take the song in immediately felt like something really special.”

    As much as “Water” revolves around a spiritual transformation, the key lyrics — “Now I’m changed/Now I’m stronger,” delivered over that quiet rolling piano in the chorus - could be applied to any life crossroads, broadening the emotional impact of the song.

    “We definitely want to write like that,” says Underwood. “You want it to be as relatable as possible and to as many people as possible. I’ve had tons of people over the years - from ‘Jesus, Take the Wheel’ to ‘Temporary Home’ to ‘See You Again’ and now with this one - be like, ‘You know, I’m not really like into the whole organized-religion thing.’ But they like the songs.”

    The writers did throw in a little more organized religion. They referenced Hank Williams’ “I Saw the Light,” borrowed the phrase “no turning back” from the hymn “I Have Decided to Follow Jesus” and slid in the title of “Amazing Grace.” As they worked on the demo that day, they took it even further, using “Amazing Grace” as a melodic counterpoint in the final parts of the song.

    Producer Mark Bright (Sara Evans, Swon Brothers) was an immediate believer when Underwood played the demo of “Something in the Water.”
    “It sounded fabulous,” he says, “except that every bit of it was programmed. So my job was to humanize that.”

    The musicians were so inspired during the tracking session at Reba McEntire’s Starstruck Studios that they nailed it, recalls Bright, on the second take. Drummer Chris McHugh added some humanity by layering tribal toms on top of the basic track, and percussionist Eric Darken supplemented additional sounds, including a hybrid blend of instruments at the start of the first chorus that sounds, intentionally, like a door slamming on the past.

    The “Amazing Grace” chorus became epic. DeStefano served as the de facto choir leader, singing with Underwood, James, songwriter Hillary Lindsey (“So Small,” “Blessed”) and gospel-based background vocalists Vicki Hampton and Robert Bailey.

    “My manager has a video on her phone of me bouncing in the room because I just couldn’t contain myself,” says Underwood. “We were going to church in the studio.”

    Underwood hoped it would be a single down the line, but she was surprised when the label chose to make “Water” the first single from Greatest Hits: Decade #1, due Dec. 9.

    “I think she thought we would be afraid of it,” says Sony Music Nashville chairman/CEO Gary Overton.

    The label did test the song’s religious content internally, and the promotion department briefly debated whether it would receive any pushback - “That’s their job,” says Underwood - but everyone signed off. Seven seconds were snipped from the intro for the radio edit, and it was embraced at the outset. “Water” is at No. 5 in its third week on Hot Country Songs.

    “It’s really nice to have that kind of song going against the current of all the other songs that we are experiencing right now,” observes Bright. “It’s sort of boldly going where nobody has been willing to go in country music for awhile.”

    The baptismal theme has certainly been absent from country radio for years, though for Underwood, it’s more a continuation of the commitment to faith she introduced with the release of her transformative first single, “Jesus, Take the Wheel.”

    “I feel like from that moment on people kind of understood that that would probably be a part of my music,” she says. “And it has been.”




    A HUGE thank you to Windmills for tweeting this amazing article and sharing it with us:

    Windmills Country ‏@WindmillsMusic 13m13 minutes ago
    Great read on the making of Carrie Underwood's "Something In The Water" in this wk's Billboard MidWeek Country Update http://t.co/La5dCf75gd
    WOW!!! AWESOME!!!

    I LOVE Carrie to perform "Something In The Water" with Hillary Lindsey, Brett James, Chris De Stefano (for Amazing Grace ending) at the CMA Awards on November 05, 2014. FAITH, HOPE, and REDEMPTION - no matter how undeserving a man is - he will be saved from fate and passed through many fears and doubts in his life. FOCUS on the ANCHOR OF YOUR LIFE, "GOD" - and you will be SAFELY marching toward YOUR HEAVENLY HOME. It celebrates that fact that humans, WHATEVER SITUATION THEY FIND THEMSELVES - have been promised FORGIVENESS and ETERNAL LIFE by GOD. By hearing Carrie's song "Something In The Water" - the listeners may BELIEVE, by believing they may HOPE, and by hoping they may LOVE.

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    ^^^you left out a most important aspect, repentance. Your statements do not match Scripture.

    Sorry to go a bit OT...

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    Any news on this week's digital sales yet? tx.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teesharky View Post
    Any news on this week's digital sales yet? tx.
    Tomorrow
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    Quote Originally Posted by teesharky View Post
    Any news on this week's digital sales yet? tx.
    Now I know for sure, that it is the label that chooses the singles. I always thought that the artist, the label, and their team choose it. No I know why some songs of her's that I always thought should have been released were not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mbh View Post
    WOW!!! AWESOME!!!

    I LOVE Carrie to perform "Something In The Water" with Hillary Lindsey, Brett James, Chris De Stefano (for Amazing Grace ending) at the CMA Awards on November 05, 2014. FAITH, HOPE, and REDEMPTION - no matter how undeserving a man is - he will be saved from fate and passed through many fears and doubts in his life. FOCUS on the ANCHOR OF YOUR LIFE, "GOD" - and you will be SAFELY marching toward YOUR HEAVENLY HOME. It celebrates that fact that humans, WHATEVER SITUATION THEY FIND THEMSELVES - have been promised FORGIVENESS and ETERNAL LIFE by GOD. By hearing Carrie's song "Something In The Water" - the listeners may BELIEVE, by believing they may HOPE, and by hoping they may LOVE.
    Romans 8:28 to 8:29 -

    "We know that all things work for good for those who love God, who are called according to His purpose.

    For those He foreknew He also predestined to be conformed to the image of His Son, so that He might be the firstborn among many brothers (brethren)."

    While man and woman were originally created in God's image (Genesis1:26 to 1:27) - it is through "BAPTISM" into Christ, "the image of God" (2Corinthians 4:4; Colossians 1:15) - that we are RENEWED according to "the image of the CREATOR" (Colossians 3:10). These verses, Romans 8:28 to 8:29, outline the Christian vocation as it was designed by God: to be conformed to the image of His Son, so that He might be the firstborn among many brothers (brethren). Christ was to be the firstborn among many brothers (brethren). His brothers (brethren) as adopted children of God, who is us, the BELIEVERS, WERE TO BE LIKE CHRIST. All the discipline and training of our lives is with this end in view.

    Romans 8:31 to 8:39 - These verses mean - the all-conquering power of God's love has overcome every obstacle to CHRISTIANS' SALVATION and every threat to separate us from God. That power manifested itself fully when GOD'S OWN SON WAS DELIVERED UP TO DEATH FOR "OUR SALVATION". Through Him, Christians CAN OVERCOME ALL OUR "AFFLICTIONS" and "TRIALS".

    In "BAPTISM" - the one baptized (NO MATTER HOW UNDESERVING A MAN IS OR WHATEVER SITUATION HE FINDS HIMSELF) is cleansed of particular sin - he is incorporated into Christ and made a member of His Body, the Church. He is infused with sanctifying GRACE (helps one to start a new life in Christ and TRULY live his life, the BAPTISMAL PROMISES) and he receives the theological virtues of FAITH, HOPE and a VIRTUE the he prefers God as the SOVEREIGN GOOD before or else and by which he does "His WILL" and is united with Him, DISPOSES him - to LOVE GOD, to LOVE HIMSELF and to LOVE HIS NEIGHBOR - "FOR THE SAKE OF GOD". He also receives the gifts of the Holy Spirit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lolita55 View Post
    Now I know for sure, that it is the label that chooses the singles. I always thought that the artist, the label, and their team choose it. No I know why some songs of her's that I always thought should have been released were not.
    Yes kelly clarkson has always made it clear that the label picks singles over her objection. Lol carrie has made comments before about the label picking her singles too- but with some input from her.

    Just once- I wish Carrie's team woukd let the fans pick a single- maybe for a 5th single off an album- if we ever get a dang 5th single. I swear- we have better taste in singles at times then they give us credit for. Lol
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    I forgot one important verse ......

    Romans 8:30 - "And those He predestined He also called; and those He called He also justified; and those He justified He also glorified."

    God's REDEMPTIVE ACTION on behalf of the BELIEVERS has been in process before the beginning of the world. Those whom God chooses are those He foreknew (Romans 8:29) or elected. Those who are called (Romans 8:30) are predestined or predetermined. These do not mean that God is arbitrary. Rather, the VERSES emphasize the thought and care that God has taken for the CHRISTIANS' SALVATION.

    CHRISTIAN'S SALVATION is the ultimate gift from God which consists in living in complete communion with God which BEGINS in the PRESENT LIFE and CONTINUES into "EVERLASTING LIFE".
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