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Last Chance for a Thousand Years - Dwight Yoakam's Greatest Hits from the 90's

Dwight Yoakam

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The '90s were a heck of a decade for the man who made old-school country cool again. When he wasn't delivering modern-day honky-tonk hits like "It Only Hurts When I Cry," he was channeling Johnny Cash's "Ring of Fire" for the wry "Sorry You Asked?" or adapting Memphis soul flavors on "Nothing." Like Lookin' for a Hit, Last Chance offers previously unreleased tunes too, most notably a rockin' revamp of Queen's "Crazy Little Thing Called Love."

Customer Reviews

Saved aBunch

I Bought This Album at a Dollar Tree. For those who don't know everything there costs a dollar plus tax per item. this is a good album tho

Not too bad

I like Dwight Yoakam but he's the Michael Bolton of country music and if you don't know what that means he sings everyone elses music.

One of the best albums ever!

I adore this album. Great songs, great voice.... Especially if you love Dwight...

Biography

Born: October 23, 1956 in Pikeville, KY

Genre: Country

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

With his stripped-down approach to traditional honky tonk and Bakersfield country, Dwight Yoakam helped return country music to its roots in the late '80s. Like his idols Buck Owens, Merle Haggard, and Hank Williams, Yoakam never played by Nashville's rules; consequently, he never dominated the charts like his contemporary Randy Travis. Then again, Travis never played around with the sound and style of country music like Yoakam. On each of his records, he twists around the form enough to make it...
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