Editors’ Notes Tracy Lawrence spent the '90s scoring huge country hits, but Good Ole Days is a best-of album with a difference. Lawrence cut new versions of his best-known tunes (plus some new material) as duets with some of Nashville's biggest names. Hard-charging country rocker "If the Good Die Young" gains even more locomotion with Chris Young joining in. With Easton Corbin crooning along, the tender, reflective "Paint Me a Birmingham" doubles down on its expressiveness. And the stomping, Big & Rich-assisted title track suggests Lawrence's best days are still in front of him.