The Collaboration of Clint Black and Steve Wariner
Clint Black collaborated with Steve Wariner to write and record the song “Been There.” In 2000, the collaboration of both singers was released, and it made its way to the Billboard chart. “Been There” reached No. 44 on the Billboard Hot 100. Moreover, it placed at No. 5 on the Hot Country Songs chart. This song became Wariner’s last top 10 on the Billboard Country chart.
“Been There” is one of Clint Black’s single from his album D’lectrified. The album, D’lectrified, was released in 1999. This is Black’s first time to produce his own album. In his album, he recorded songs that were original, and it only had a few cover songs. Some of the songs Black covered for his album were “Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way” by Waylon Jennings, “Galaxy Song” by Monty Python, and “Bob Away My Blues” by The Marshall Tucker Band. Furthermore, Black collaborated with some artists for some singles in his album.
Collaboration with Other Artist
Clint Black worked with his wife Lisa Hartman Black for the song “When I Said I Do.” He also worked with Eric Ide for “Outside Intro (To Galaxy Song),” Bruce Hornsby for “Dixie Lullaby,” and Kenny Loggins for “Harmony.”
Album Chart Performance
The album entered the Billboard Top Country Albums and peaked at No. 7. Moreover, it placed at No. 75 on the Billboard 200 chart. Three singles from his album were able to enter the Billboard chart. “When I Said I Do” peaked at No. 1 on the Hot Country chart. In addition, it reached No. 31 on the Billboard Hot 100. “Been There” also entered the chart, and “Love She Can’t Live Without” reached No. 30 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart.
Clint Black is known for his album Killin’ Time, wherein it produced four No.1 songs on the Billboard chart all at the same time. He released a total of twelve studio albums and twenty No. 1 songs on the chart.