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Tracy Lawrence

4.7 out of 5 stars 104 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Audio Cassette (October 23, 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Warner Bros.
  • ASIN: B00005QD7S
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (104 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,604,694 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Format: Audio CD
Tracy Lawrence is back and better than ever. Tracy's self titled album is quite possibly his best work yet. "Tracy Lawrence" is quite different from his albums of the past. The album boasts a more paired down and traditional country sound. It's very reminiscent of his "Sticks and Stones" ablum. I enjoyed the entire album and by the 3rd play, I found myself singing along.
I found the whole album to be phenominal and it's hard to simply describe a few favorite songs. Honestly, they're all becoming my favorites. "I won all the Battles" is a very inspiring look at relationships and the realization that winning the argument doesn't always mean winning in the end. "Getting Back Up" truthfully depicts the pain of a relationship ending and the hardship of starting your life over again. Tracy's self titled album also brought with it some feel good songs that you just can't help but tap your foot along to. Among them are; "Life Don't Have to be so Hard", "God's Green Earth" and "She Love the Devil out of Me". On the sweet romantic side was "Meant to Be", it's the kind of song you hope your significant other plays for you. And I can't not mention "What a Memory". This song is based around a story of a mother's dying wish. The song borders on sad and very deep and it grows on you. The more you listen to it, the more you'll be impressed with the writing and the quality of Tracy's vocals.
I would recommend Tracy's self-titled ablum to everyone, from his most dedicated fan and to that country fan looking for a little change of pace. You won't be disappointed, it's worth checking out.
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I have been a long time fan of Tracy Lawrence, and have all the song in this compilation. However, there are so many great tunes in here I just can't pass it out. It is a good thing to have all these gems put together in one disc. Some singers are good at up-tempos and some are keen at those tear jerkers. But I think Mr.Tracy Lawrence is an expert of all two. You can tell from those ballads like 'I see it now', ' If you loved me', etc. or the up tempos like 'If the world had a front Porch', 'Lessons Learned', and many more. If you are new to this singer, you are lucky ones to kick off with this album, be prepared to spend more money searching on his old albums.
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Tracy Lawrence, credited with hits such as "Alibis," "If the World Had a Front Porch," "Time Marches On," and "Lessons Learned," is back in full force with an album that is sure to touch the heart of any true country music fan. In this self-titled album, the Arkansas native stated that he wanted to "explore his country roots and to get back to the basics of country music,"and has succeeded in doing so.
The album opens with the delightfully fun "Crawlin' Again" which describes the primal need men have for a woman's love. Next, he leads into a chain of ear-catching melodies including his current single "Life Don't Have to be so Hard," the sweet "Meant to Be," the foot-tapping "She Loved the Devil Out of me", and the lyrically clever "GOD's Green Earth." Tracy's "All Over It" will remind listeners of Alan Jackson's hit "Right on the Money," while "It's Hard to Be an Outlaw" and "Whole Lotta Lettin' Go" describes Tracy's attempt to overcome his past ghosts.
Two songs that really stand out and scream for attention are "Getting Back Up" and "What a Memory." Both songs have a heart-wrenching effect and are the epitome of the soul of country music. "Getting Back Up" describes the heartache and trials of a man's struggles to regain his footing after a relationship gone sour. "What a Memory" narrates a touching story of a dying mother's love for her only son. These two ballads will no doubt take Tracy to the top of the charts.
I for one found this album a refreshing return to the elements that made country music such a dominant force in the music industry.
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Great CD! I always liked his music but had forgotten many of these great songs. Then I got the opportunity to see him in concert and was reminded of all of these gems. Needless to say, that live performance led me to make this purchase and I enjoyed hearing the original recordings again. Especially Paint Me a Birmingham! What a great performance!
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By Ishmael on November 18, 2013
Format: Audio CD
This is without a doubt,THE BEST Tracy Lawrence collection out there! This CD contains ALL of his big hits,plus his radio singles as well.There is no better Tracy Lawrence compilation out there.If you're a fan of Tracy' music,then this is the collection that you want to buy!
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"Tracy Lawrence" is a far cry from the worst album Tracy Lawrence's released, but it's also not the best either. Lawrence hasn't had a real hit album since the 1997 release of "The Coast Is Clear", which boasted some major hits as "Better Man, Better Off", "While You Sleep", and "How A Cowgirl Says Goodbye". Since then, Lawrence has had minor, forgettable career hits. I'm afraid that this album may be included in that category.
"Tracy Lawrence" begins with well enough with the rockin' "Crawlin' Again" and the down-home "Life Don't Have To Be So Hard". The third cut,"It's Got You All Over It", reminds you of an old Don Williams tune with it's layed back vocals and twangy almost jazzy mix. It's pleasant enough, but Tracy's voice teeter-tots just a bit. Other hits I enjoyed were: "God's Green Earth" and "Whole Lot of Lettin' Go".
The songs I had a problem with include: the wishy-washy "Meant To Be", "That Was Us", and "She Loved the Devil Out of Me". I just couldn't get into these songs for some reason. Who knows? Maybe they'll grow on me.
The best cuts off the album is without a doubt "Getting Back Up". The cut will undoubtfully be the big hit of the album and should get some ample airtime (if radio PD's are half as intelligent as we asume them to be). It's a great song that is sort of ironic considering Lawrence's battle with the bottle and "alleged" spousal abuse from a few years ago. He sings the song like he truly believes every word coming out of his mouth. It's a keeper! Definantely words to live by.
All-around, "Tracy Lawrence" isn't a bad album.
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