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Toby Keith has been in business for nearly 15 years, and he’s now fully comfortable in his role as the self-styled “big dog daddy.” The title song and “Hit It” epitomize the singer’s outsized persona, but Keith does best when he blends his ferocious attitude with some old-fashioned twang, as on “Get My Drink On” and “Pump Jack.” A good part of Big Dog Daddy deals with nostalgia for a long- gone time and place. “White Rose” memorializes a legendary filling station that has fallen to concrete and plywood, while “Burnin’ Moonlight” outlines the night one young couple lost their virginity. In their own way, both songs address the loss of innocence. Over the course of the album it becomes clear that when the fervor of “The Angry American” cooled off, Keith found himself in a more subdued state of mind. With “Love Me If You Can” we find the singer attempting to scale back the jingoism of his most famous anthem: “I stand by my right to speak freely / But I worry 'bout what kids learn from TV / And before all the debatin' turns to angry words and hate / Sometimes we should just agree to disagree.”

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The "Big Dog" Doesn't Disappoint!

From start to finish, "Big Dog Daddy" entertains and delights. This really is one of Toby's finest albums. Are you a fan of country rocker Toby? Well, he's got you covered with tracks "High Maintenance Woman," "Get My Drink On," "Big Dog Daddy" "Pump Jack" and "Hit It." Do you prefer the slower stuff instead? Check out "White Rose," "I Know She Hung the Moon," "Burnin' Moonlight" (one of my favorites) or "Walk it Off." Along the way you'll also find introspective Toby ("Love Me If You Can") and playful Toby ("Wouldn't Wanna Be Ya"). In short, there is something for everyone on this album and not one throw away track in the bunch!

Steven Colbert Hit The American Nail On The Red White and Blue Head

Being a fan of the Colbert Report i tuned in to the recent episode including the amazing works of Toby Keith. I was never really a country fan, but more of a fan of the country, and after hearing the song "High Maitnance Woman" preformed on the patrioticly driven show i absolutely had to download the album because it seemed to be an all american work of art. Although this is probobly one of the only country albums in my library, i am extremely proud to have it there being as it represents the best of the most popular genres of music in our Country that we call home.

TK Does it again

Very strong album from Toby Keith. I break this album down into two sections. (1) Great songs with heart, reflection and deep meaning Walk It Off / Love Me If You Can / I Know She Hung The Moon / Burnin' Moonlight/ White Rose and (2) the party songs that just make you smile and want to sing along Hit It / Big Dog Daddy / Get My Drink On / High Maintenance Woman / Wouldn't Wanna Be Ya / Pump Jack. In this day and age of artists taking 2 - 5 years to release a new album, it's great to have Toby providing new music on a regular basis that is of high quality and worth listening to. He just keeps getting better.


Born: July 8, 1961 in Clinton, OK

Genre: Country

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

Toby Keith spent the '90s as a solid, workmanlike country star who met with considerable chart success, yet never quite broke free of the neo-traditionalist pack to become a household name like Garth Brooks or Alan Jackson. That all changed in 2002 when he recorded "Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue (The Angry American)," a response to September 11 that became one of country's most highly charged political statements since Merle Haggard's "Okie from Muskogee." The media furor ensured that even...
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