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Album Review

This second volume of Steve Wariner's output for the MCA label includes the number one hits "I Got Dreams," "Where Did I Go Wrong," "Hold On (A Little Longer)," and "I Should Be With You." For a more thorough summary of Wariner's hits from this era on one disc, check out The Ultimate Collection on Hip-O.

Customer Reviews

Take a listen Steve Wariner really is very talented!

Steve Wariner came to our little town way back in his early career. I've loved his music all of these years. He's really talented. Several of his songs are SO great- all are good. "I got Dreams" on this album is especially good, Lynda is a great song on one of his Greatest Hits albums. I was disappointed to see no reviews. His music is worth a listen- I think lots of folks would like him if they took a listen :o)

Awesome album.

I had to buy this album twice because my twin nephews got a hold of the first one when they were toddlers and tried to set a world's record for most scratches on a CD. It was worth it though, can't live with out this album. Steve Wariner is the best. I would buy it again and again!

Love his music

A lot of his songs i can relate to.


Born: December 25, 1954 in Noblesville, IN

Genre: Country

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

One of country music's most versatile performers, Steve Wariner grew up in suburban Indianapolis, interested in the Beatles on the radio as well as Chet Atkins and George Jones, the artists his father listened to most frequently. He started playing music in his dad's band, and by his high school years, he was playing local clubs. At age 17, he caught the ear of Dottie West, who persuaded him to join her band, and in that position he ended up playing bass on her classic 1973 single "Country Sunshine."...
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