The Passion of Every Man is Cartier Tank Solo Watches

Watches are the only accessory that almost all men love wearing. These accessories are no longer time displaying gadgets. They have now become a status symbol, are a display of one’s fashion sense and reflection of one’s taste. Irrespective of the fact what you do professionally, the apt watch can speak a lot, which may not be expressed using words! Be it a successful businessman, or a legendary sportsman, or a high level professional, the right watch can make the correct statement. It depends on the personal taste of an individual what he prefers out of luxury, sporty and masculine watches.

There are a number of reputed brands in the market offering unique designs, features or quality. Each of these brands has created a niche for itself and each has its own distinctive quality. Hence it is significant to choose the brand which suits one’s personality and would further enhance it. Hence, regardless of the brand, the main aim today of every man is to create the right impression by display a branded watch which would catch the eye of all even in a big crowd. It is rare that a successful man would be seen wearing an ordinary watch. A good watch speaks a lot about a man’s personality and compliments his character.

There are some brands in the market which can be bought blindly. Cartier is one such renowned brand. The Tank Solo collection from the house of Cartier was an instant hit the moment it was launched in the market. The self-effacing, modern and classy design of the Tank Solo is a unique display of the spirit of a successful man. High in aesthetic value, the success of this collection lies in the fact that Cartier brought about a lot of enhancements and variations in respect to the dials and other parts of the watches. Tank Solo comes with dials in various colors like pink, steel and gold. Cartier also introduced panther and python motifs in its Tank Solo collection.

Tank Solo watches have today become a symbol of man’s sense of style and a proof of the success achieved by him. The watches are an extension of a man’s personality. They create a unique and intrinsic expression. They are just the right choice to provide a boost to the personality of its owner. The collection has been designed keeping in mind the fact that aesthetic value is an important factor when it comes to watches. Tank Solo collection has watches made from various precious metals which include 18k gold, stainless steel etc. The colour of these watches, their motifs and their designs make them stand apart from the others.

The name Cartier speaks a lot about itself. Hence Tank Solo watches can be bought without any doubts in mind. These watches come with the guarantee of the brand Cartier. The name of the brand speaks a lot about this collection and leaves the consumer with no more unanswered questions. Cartier has a proven track record when it comes to watches for men and it is renowned to manufacture top notch watches.

Like all Cartier watches, Tank Solo too comes with a certificate of warranty. To get the watch repaired or to get it serviced one can visit a Cartier Boutique or an authorised retailer.

The Tank Solo collection is available online on all leading online stores. The watches come with an after-sale warranty too. It is easy to own a Cartier Tank Solo online. So, go ahead and choose a watch from this awesome collection and add to the appeal and aura of your personality!
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Lee Brice

Lee Brice is a craftsman, the kind whose boundless desire to hone his skills and relentless pursuit of perfection are matched only by his humility about the entire process. His most recent album, I Don't Dance (9/2014), is a showcase for his painstaking approach to writing and recording, with his distinctive fingerprints clearly emblazoned on every element of the album. While Brice is now known as reliable chart topping Nashville hit-maker whose 2014 performance on the Academy of Country Music telecast where he picked up the trophy for Song of the Year "stole the show" (USA Today), there was a time when he was only recognized for his work behind the scenes."I had success as a writer before I had success as an artist," says Brice, "so there's a misconception that I was a songwriter first and then started to sing my own songs later. But all along, I've really always been writing for myself. When I started writing songs at ten years old, it was because I wanted to sing them, and when I came to Nashville, I came to be a songwriter and a singer. It's all one thing to me." After relocating from his native South Carolina to Music City, the former Clemson lineman dove headfirst into his craft, writing on his own and with a slew of talented musicians he fell in with. He found early success, with songs picked up by established artists like Jason Aldean and Keith Gattis. Though they may have been sung by other artists, those songs were stories from deep within Lee's own heart. "'More Than A Memory' was a very personal song for me," he says of his breakout 2007 track. "I was thinking about keeping it for myself when Garth Brooks called, and that changed the whole dynamic." It changed a whole lot of things. Brooks' recording of the track was the first single in the history of the Billboard Hot Country Songs Chart to debut at #1. Lee's stock skyrocketed in Nashville, and that same year, he signed with Curb Records and began laying the groundwork for his inexorable rise as a solo artist. He released his debut album, Love Like Crazy, in 2009. The title track reached #3 on the Billboard Country chart and set a record as the longest-charting song in that chart's history. In 2012, he topped his own success with Hard 2 Love, an album that went Gold and featured three #1 Country singles, including "I Drive Your Truck," which won Song of the Year at both the CMA and ACM Awards. The record earned raves from NPR to Country Weekly and found the New York Times hailing him as "a sensitive macho man," a compliment that perfectly encapsulates both sides of Brice's persona. Hard 2 Love also garnered Lee his late-night debut, a stirring performance of "I Drive Your Truck" on NBCs The Tonight Show. "On my first record, I had all these ideas and sounds I didn't know how to get out of me," Brice remembers, crediting frequent collaborator Doug Johnson with helping him learn some of the early ropes of recording. "On Hard 2 Love, I figured out that I could really step out and try things in the studio, and if they don't work they don't work, but sometimes those ideas become the basis of how you record some tracks. Brice took it a step further on I Don't Dance, relishing the role of producer with a flair for experimentation as yet another way to mold and shape his songs to match the sounds he'd been chasing in his head. "I wanted to have control over every drumbeat, every lick of the bass part," he explains of his meticulous approach in the studio. "It was a lot of really sitting down and thinking about every little piece that goes into it." Rather than approach the record as a whole entity, Brice listened to what each song called for and played to its strengths, allowing the warmth and presence of his personality to form the cohesive thread that binds them all together. On the lighthearted summer anthem Girls In Bikinis, he built the track entirely from the ground up, playing every single instrument himself. The searing Sirens, on the other hand, was cut live and loud in the studio, with raw electric guitars and a banjo part that captured Brice's first time playing the instrument. Other tracks grew out of drum loops and studio experiments, inspired in part by his love of recent albums from Bruno Mars and Eminem. Live-show-moment Drinking Class, one of three songs on the album not written by Brice, taught him a valuable lesson about hearing what the music calls for. "We had ideas to put a lot of electronic sounds in it," he explains, "but after we cut it, I had a feeling that this is really a song about the working class, and it needed those sounds, like chain gang stomps and claps and hums, and now I have a sledgehammer hitting a railroad tie on there. I changed everything about it to get it back to its roots. Sometimes you gotta go to a lot of the wrong places to get to the right places, and that's not wasted time. It takes that trip to get to where you're going." "Panama City" is another track that took a circuitous journey to its final destination on the new album. Written by his good friend Chris Thompkins, the track first caught Brice's ear a decade ago when he heard a stripped-down arrangement of it on one of Thompkins' work tapes. "I couldnt imagine it being any different than what I heard on the work tape," says Brice. "I said we had to do it live because I didn't want to give myself the option of redoing vocals or piano or bringing in background singers later. They brought the piano out into the main room of Ocean Way Studios [in Nashville], which is an old church, and we took our headphones off, had no click tracks, no drums. It's like they did 50 years ago. We played it four times and the last time was perfect. I took it off the board exactly the way we recorded it and mastered it, and it's my favorite track on the record by far. Perhaps the most personal song on the album, though, is the title track, which Brice wrote for the first dance at his May 2013 wedding. As with so much of his work, the lyrics are inspired by his undying love for his wife, Sara, but they resonate with a huge audience. Top wedding website The Knot selected it for the "Dream Wedding" they threw for a pair of Boston Marathon bombing survivors. "It's my favorite song I've ever written in my life," says Lee, "and I dont know that that'll ever change.