You’re the Kind of Trouble (I Could Get Into) is the kind of trite, turn-of-phrase song title that gives country and western a bad name, and it is lifeless radio filler in the wrong hands (such as Adam and Shannon Wright, who wrote it along with Nashville vet Paul Kennerly)

But soul legend Solomon Burke knew just what to do with it on his must-buy country album Nashville (2006). Redneck still meets girl, but Burke lances the sexist sting with that ‘don’t-take-me-seriously’ wink in his voice that David Lee Roth had at his impish best (Ice Cream Man).

To showcase Burke, the playlist has The Wrights, Burke (with Patty Loveless) and The Holmes Brothers (from a should buy, Feed My Soul, 2010).