Most helpful positive review
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on December 29, 1999
This is the third album released by Walker (1995), and follows 'Clay Walker' and 'If I Could Make A Living.' His first two (and his latest, 'Live, Laugh, Love') albums mix styles and mix them well. But in so doing, fans are likely to relate to some styles more than others; at least that's been true for me.
I LOVE this album, from the first song through the last. Only three of the songs from this album made the 'Greatest Hits' CD: the title song, 'Only On Days That End In Y' and 'Who Needs You Baby.' So if Walker fans want to enjoy the other eight 'nuggets,' they should buy 'Hypnotize The Moon.'
Who said New Englanders can't appreciate great Country? This album is Solid Gold!