13 Songs, 42 Minutes


Apple Digital Master


Mastered for iTunes

Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
36 Ratings

36 Ratings

bross01 ,

A timely reminder of one of country music's best voices

While Randy is recovering from some serious health problems, this album is a perfect reminder of the voices, stories, and history behind good country music.
With the piles of trash being pumped out of Nashville's studio's today, this album is a refreshing throwback to a time when country music was distinct. The stories were relatable. The singers were real cowboys.
Randy's had a giant influence on country music since the mid 1980's. It's fascinating to see the songs and singers that influenced him.
It's not the same smooth voice that barreled through my speakers on Storms of Life, but his unmistakable baritone finds its way easily on these songs.
Sure hope Randy heals and finds his way back to a studio to produce more like this.
I can't say the same for most of Nashville's popular acts today.

lklklklklklklklklk ,

Are my ears deceiving me?

Are my ears deceiving me or am i really listening to a real down to earth country album? Country music fans rejoice beacause what we have here is a real down to earth country music fest of an album.

missouriboyguitar ,

Thank you, Mr. Travis...

Randy proves in short order from note one that he can sing the younger guns clean under the table, and that great songs, a timeless voice, and sensible and singer-driven arrangements make for a listening experience that is a welcomed relief from the flash-in-the-pan "artists" inundating radio today.
Speaking of radio, this record may not see the light of day on radio, but that's alright, because it's simply too good for "country" radio. It's best enjoyed by those who both know and love real country music, and count Travis as a legitimate link in the chain of great country singers.
In short, those who prefer new country won't "get it". But for those of us who do, it's like a mason jar of sweet tea and a slice of mama's cornbread while sitting on a front porch as the sun sets in late summer. In other words, it's perfect. Thank you, Mr. Travis...

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