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Customer Reviews

Inspirational but Not Preachy

This very good Randy Travis album is never preachy but certainly it is spiritual. In a sense, its the best sort of music of this type. You can listen to this without feeling like you are being lectured to by some singer whose religious or moral expertise may be quite minimal. Moreover, Randy Travis has an amazing voice, and that really helps make this a great CD.


Yet again, another great cd from Randy. I have to say his voice is better than ever. From the powerful "My Daddy Never Was" to the fun uptempo "Train Long Gone" every song is great. My favorite has to be "That Was Us". Thank you Randy for another great CD. God bless you, and god bless Country Music.


Randy Travis is my all time favorite Country Music singer. He touches the soul with his deep voice and lyrics that can make you cry and smile all at the same time. The most beautiful song ever is Angel , as I have to say it so describes my dear sweet mother who recently went home to be with Jesus . Thank you Randy for that song.


Born: May 4, 1959 in Marshville, NC

Genre: Country

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Like the Beatles in rock, Randy Travis marks a generational shift in country music. When his Storms of Life came out in 1986, country music was still wallowing in the post-urban cowboy recession, chasing elusive crossover dreams. Travis brought the music back to its basics, sounding like nothing so much as a perfect blend of George Jones and Merle Haggard. He became the dominant male voice in country until the rise of "hat acts" like Garth Brooks and Clint Black, releasing seven consecutive number...
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