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It's been nearly three years since Tim McGraw has released a studio album. Last March, he released Greatest Hits 2: Reflected, which became his ninth consecutive album to debut at No. 1 on the charts. On March 27th, he'll release his 11th album, Let It Go, which features the single "Last Dollar (Fly Away)." "I am really excited about this new studio album," says McGraw. "It was great to work with Byron Gallimore, Darran Smith and my band in the studio again and to build upon our work together."

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More of a happy-go-lucky artist in his younger days, Tim McGraw here sounds as if he carries the weight of the world on his shoulders. After the comparatively lighthearted, irresistibly catchy opening single, "Last Dollar (Fly Away)," most of the midtempo material that follows ranges from the somber to the morose. There's the night-shift weariness of "I'm Workin'," the alcohol-drenched heartbreak of "Whiskey and You," and the soul-tortured title track. Even a song with the upbeat title "Put Your Lovin' on Me" has McGraw asking his lover to "be my drug" and "take this weight off me." Things turn positively lethal with "Between the River and Me," the story of revenge on an alcoholic, wife-beating stepfather. The set also features the obligatory duet of marital devotion with Faith Hill ("I Need You") and a couple of nods toward classic country ("Kristofferson" and the closing "Shotgun Rider," which could be McGraw's "Mamas, Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys"). "Nothin' to Die For" returns to the inspirational vein of "Live Like You Were Dying," but little here finds McGraw in a feel-good mode. --Don McLeese

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  • Audio CD (March 27, 2007)
  • Original Release Date: 2007
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Curb
  • ASIN: B000MG1ZCO
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (77 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,493 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By DanD VINE VOICE on March 27, 2007
Format: Audio CD
With his last two albums, Tim McGraw has been crafting the best music of his career. Gone is the "Indian Outlaw," the guy "likes it, loves it, and wants some more of it." Here is a McGraw who knows a good lyric when he hears it, who knows how to choose a song. He manages to make un-commercial material radio-ready, to take a song and make it his own.

On LET IT GO, he does it yet again. The album isn't quite as edgy as its two predecessors, but what it lacks in edginess, it makes up for in lyric and performance. One of McGraw's best qualities is his ability to take other artists' material and transform it into his own stuff; he does so here with Big Kenny's "Last Dollar," Lori McKenna's "I'm Workin'," Eddie Rabbit's "Suspicions," Anthony Smith's "Kristofferson" and "Shotgun Rider" (also co-written by Sherrie Austin and Jeffrey Steele), and the ever-reliable Warren Brothers' "Between the River and Me" and "Train #10" (the latter a co-write with McGraw).

There's not a song on here that lags too far behind...all of 'em (including the duet with Faith Hill, "I Need You") are high-caliber songs, performed wonderfully by McGraw and his band. However, if you want some highlites, I'd have to go with the stone-cold country of "Kristofferson" (an off-handed tribute song that, strangely, works) and "Shotgun Rider"; the exquisite "Whiskey and You;" the whimsical "Last Dollar"; and the revenge rocker "Between the River and Me" (McGraw's version is indeed noteworthy, but pales next to the original found on the Warren Brothers' WELL-DESERVED OBSCURITY album). Basically, it's hard to go wrong with this album, which may indeed be one of the best of McGraw's career. It's a thinking-man's commerical country album, bridging the gap between radio and alternative...and nobody does that better today than Tim McGraw.
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15 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Alan Dorfman VINE VOICE on March 27, 2007
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Tim McGraw didn't get to be a country superstar by having the best voice in Nashville. He did it by having the best ear in town. Every Tim McGraw CD has been marked by the impeccable selection of songs. And "Let Go" continues the family tradition. It's another collection of powerful songs including "Train No. 10," "Shotgun Rider," "Put Your Lovin' On Me" and "Comin' Home." These alone would be enough to make this CD a success but wouldn't earn it 5 Stars. For that you need a little bit more and different.

And Tim gives us the extra effort with a kids' chorus on "Last Dollar," a Metallica-like break on the brilliant "Between The River And Me" and by overturning our expectations of the usual duet with Mrs. McGraw by not giving us another syrupy love song but by choosing a meditation on the addictive nature of love, "I Need You" (I need you like a needle needs a vein) in which even Faith sings with a desperate gravitas we don't expect from her.

Now don't think my saying Tim doesn't have the best voice in Nashville means he isn't a masterful singer, able to comfortably handle anything from the uptempo cowboy songs to the agonizingly honest ballads like this CD's brilliant "Nothing To Die For." As his songs show more maturity so do his vocals. He is no longer just a singer but a first class interpreter. His vocals take these high quality songs and elevates them further. He has handled the jump from superstar to artist with complete success. His creative vision and ability to wonderfully convey it is a rarity in music, especially country music with its pretty boys in hats and Shania wannabes.

The new Tim McGraw CD is a complete success that doesn't let it go after the music stops. It stays with you and leaves you wanting more.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By S. Smith on October 1, 2007
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I have every one of McGraw's CD's, and I always look forward to his new releases. I am sorry to say that on first listen, this CD was a bit disappointing. The message of many of the songs is just too heavy. Where is the fun? Where is the lighheartedness? "Last Dollar" is the most up-tempo song on the CD, and unfortunately, it does not measure up to past favorites like , "I Like It,I Love It" "Something Like That," Real Good Man," "Down on the Farm," or "Do You Want Frries With That."

Tim McGraw can do great with a tear jerker, like "Please Remember Me" and "Live Like You Were Dying," but none of the songs on this CD quite grab hold of me like those monster hits. Even his duet with Faith Hill is weak-- they never actually sing together on the song, they just take turns singing solos to each other.

The best tracks on the CD are "Let It Go," a powerful song with a great message and a catchy, repetitious chorus. And "Between the River and Me" is a great story song that you feel just a bit guilty for liking, given the subject matter and the message. He sings it with such intensity that it is frighteningly believable!

Most of his recent hits have been really slow, moving songs-- "If You're Reading This," "I Need You", "My Little Girl", "Like We Never Loved At All," "When the Stars Go Blue," "My Old Friend," "Drugs or Jesus." Even "Over and Over" with Nelly was rather mellow.

Enough already! You're great with the love songs, the sad songs, and the meaningful message songs. But c'mon! It's time to cut loose and have some fun! We want to stomp our feet and clap our hands!
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Does Faith Hill Sing on this Album?
P.S. I am so glad that Tim and Faith released "I Need You" on Tim's cd. I first saw them perform the song on Oprah when they announced their 2006 tour. I loved it then and really enjoyed it in concert. The song is so powerful and they sing so well together. I think with them being... Read More
Mar 27, 2007 by Ann L. |  See all 7 posts
Can't wait for this album
yes. i honestly can't wait. i loved "i need you" and "shotgun rider" from their tour this year. only 1 more week!
Mar 19, 2007 by L. White |  See all 2 posts
Kristofferson Lyrics
What website has clips of all the songs? I haven't been able to find one.
Mar 6, 2007 by Amazon Customer |  See all 6 posts
If You're Reading This
I agree with you. I bought the cd from walmart in Auburn Ny and the song If you are reading this is not on it. I guess i got ripped off too. I think we should get the single for free.
Nov 24, 2007 by Amy Burridge |  See all 2 posts
If you're Reading This
No you do not the song is avaliable on Itunes as a single so you do NOT have to buy the album again.

That is Garth Brooks that does themm tricks his Ultimate Hits that has song that are on multiple albums of his and he is offering them again and they will NOT be on Itunes as singles.

Tim didn't... Read More
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