Editors’ Notes On his 1986 debut, Randy Travis brought that buttery baritone of his to a batch of timeless-sounding new tunes that could just as easily have been recorded 25 years earlier, renewing listeners' faith in classic country musical values. On neo-trad standards-in-the-making, like the marriage-minded anti-cheating song "On the Other Hand," the hard-living lament "The Storms of Life," and the steady-rolling ode to the roadhouse life "There'll Always Be a Honky Tonk Somewhere," Travis embodies the emotional intensity inherent in early country themes.
On the Other Hand
The Storms of Life
My Heart Cracked (But It Did Not Break)
Diggin' Up Bones
No Place Like Home
Send My Body
Messin' With My Mind
Reasons I Cheat
There'll Always Be a Honky Tonk Somewhere
10 Songs, 32 Minutes
June 6, 1986
℗ 1986 Warner Records Inc.
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