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Little Texas: Greatest Hits

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Younger and longer-haired than most Nashville groups to precede them, Little Texas cranked up the guitars behind a sound that otherwise closely followed the polished pop country of Alabama and Restless Heart. A stinging slide guide introduces the bouncy ditty "God Blessed Texas," for instance. More typical is "Some Guys Have All the Love," "Amy's Back in Austin," and "First Time for Everything," which stack sing-along harmonies on top of accessible, easy-to-follow melodies. Largely a singles band, most fans will find all the Little Texas they need on this 12-song collection, which gathers the hits from the previous three albums. After one more studio effort, the six-member band called it quits. --Michael McCall
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 26, 1995)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Warner/Reprise Cntry Adv
  • ASIN: B000002N1Z
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #78,990 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Ken Fontenot VINE VOICE on February 18, 2005
Format: Audio CD
While Little Texas may never be considered a huge influence on any major country artists, you cannot deny the power of their music to be infectious and easy to listen to. They travelled the well-worn trails blazed by groups like Restless Heart and Sawyer Brown. They knew which songs to record to ensure popular status.

The signature song on this album, "What Might Have Been," is definitely their biggest hit and the easiest to recognize. There are other well-known tunes here, like "Kick A Little," "My Love," and "First Time For Everything." All of these songs have some pretty strong staying power. Lesser hits like "I'd Rather Miss You" and "Amy's Back In Austin" are also included here.

The biggest surprise on this disc is their cover of "Peaceful, Easy Feeling" from the "Common Threads" tribute album to the Eagles. It sounds really great. Little Texas excels at covering tunes by established artists. Pick up "Come Together," the Beatles tribute, to get another taste of Little Texas' cover tunes. They cover "Help!" and it is possibly the best song on that album outside of "We Can Work It Out," by Phil Keaggy and PFR.

This album is definitely a great choice for folks who may not have enjoyed all of Little Texas' songs, but still have a couple of favorites. It essentially gives you their best songs and their most popular ones, which is what a greatest hits compilation should be.
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By A Customer on March 28, 2004
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When I first heard 'What Might Have Been', it was on the radio, wayback when (aaah, the good old days). Anyhoo, I called the radio station to ask who that was. My first taste of Little Texas, it was waycool dudes! I've not ever listened to Country music, before. To me, they had their own sound. Up until now, I've purchased most of their cd's. I also have their Greatest Hits on VHS, man that in itself was the ultimate, it was. I haven't seen their videos on tv, so it was totally awesome! I do recommend this particular cd, very much. Aloha from Hawaii, :o)
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I am one of only a few British New Country fans in existence, and this is one album that I love to listen to in my car; it reminds me of my wonderful trips around New York state with a young man who I miss very much. BUY THIS ALBUM! You won't regret it!
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Released at the end of their success, includes all their top 40 hits. They have had 6 or seven more songs hit the charts since then, but none has charted higher than 44th. Since I had no Little Texas songs in my country dj collection, this was a perfect selection for me.
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I grew up listening to Little Texas although I do not really listen to country music anymore this is a great album. It has some great music on it for those raised up in the 1990s listening to country music.
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Being from Texas. I think Little Texas' best song is God Blessed Texas. They were a good solid group that I think were kind of overshadowed by Alabama and maybe Restless Heart. And I always kind of got them mixed up with Lonestar.
But this is a good solid cd with their hits. They could do love songs like My Love and You And Forever And Me and they were really good at the up tempo rockers like God blessed Texas and Kick A Little, Those two songs and Amy's Back In Austin are my favorite songs. But really all the songs on here are decent.
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Little Texas was one of the best groups of the 1990s. How fitting it is that this is a great album too. "Life Goes on," "Amy's Back in Austin," "What Might Have Been," "You and Forever and Me," "God Blessed Texas," and "Some Guys have all the love" are just some of the wonderful songs found on this terrific collection of songs. I miss these guys terribly, but this album takes me back. Any fan of Little Texas will find plenty to enjoy on this album.
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I gave this four stars just for the 1st song: "God Blessed Texas". The only other one I really enjoyed was "Kick A Little". There was nothing really wrong with the rest of the songs, they were just a little bit blah. I bought the CD for the two songs mentioned, and was satisfied with the purchase.
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