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Album Review

History may indeed be kinder to Tracy Lawrence than anyone thought. Sure, there are the eight million albums, and seven number one singles in the country charts, but while Garth Brooks and Clint Black are considered legends, Lawrence would seem to be forgotten by all but the most faithful. Truth is, Lawrence is a better — and purer — country singer than both put together. It seems that no less than an authority than Rhino Records, the gold standard in reissues, sees that too. This massive 21-cut collection documents his biggest selling years at Atlantic beginning with 1991's Sticks and Stones, and continues through his 2003 DreamWorks release Strong. The singles are all here, but it goes deeper than that. There are four cuts each from Sticks and Stones, Alibis, I See It Now, and Time Marches On. From 1991-1993, Lawrence was always near the top of the charts either with singles or albums. That's an excellent run. That the industry in Nashville moved away from neo-traditionalism and toward pop and rock has no bearing on the quality of his work; indeed, 2007's For the Love, released on the tiny Rocky Comfort imprint, stands with his best material. The time is right for this kind of retrospective, where listeners can encounter a modern version of a real country singer. In addition to more than an hour's worth of great music, Melinda Newman's liner notes are exhaustive and engaging, adding to the true definitive nature of this collection.

Customer Reviews

I'm glad to see these songs back...

I'm glad to see these songs back..I love Tracy Lawrence. He's been out of the scene awhile, Glad to see him back. Especially, these songs...$13.99? is that really enough for this album?


This is a awesome album from Tracy Lawrence. My favorites are Texas Tornado, Alibis, and Time Marches On. Tracy is such a good singer and I love the way he sings. Awesome job Tracy.

Hey 77's fan.......

Sounds like you've got a beef with what DOES that have to do with Tracy Lawrence?? So what that there are 3 tracks that are "album only," two of which are videos??? You can go to Amazon and buy the CD for $18.98. So go spew somewhere else. I've always been a huge fan of TL's music and I miss hearing him on the radio. Of course, I gave up on 'country' radio a long time ago. A great collection of some of the great songs that dominated the airwaves in the '80's. I'm glad to have all these songs together in this remastered package. AWESOME!


Born: January 27, 1968 in Atlanta, TX

Genre: Country

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

Part of the commercial rise of rock-tinged honky tonk in the early '90s, Tracy Lawrence was one of the decade's most reliable country hitmakers. Born in Atlanta, TX, in 1968, he grew up mostly in Foreman, AR, where he soaked up traditional and outlaw country as well as Southern rock. He started performing in public when he was 15 and was a regular presence on the local honky tonk circuit by 17. After college, he moved to Nashville in 1990 and worked day jobs while winning numerous talent shows. That...
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