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The long-awaited brand new album from country rock superstars Little Texas, their first since 2007's Missing Year. The album includes two bonus cuts - brand new recordings of the band's blockbuster hit singles 'God Blessed Texas' and 'What Might Have Been!'
The long-awaited brand new album from country rock superstars Little Texas, their first since 2007 s Missing Years!
Since its debut album in 1992, Little Texas has sold over 7 million albums, earned 3 Grammy nominations, won a CMA Album Of The Year award and earned the title The Hardest Working Band In Country by playing over 300 shows a year!
On 11 all new compositions, these veteran rockers celebrate the joys and triumphs of kicking ass in the latter years of life and offers listeners a window in to the real lives of the band that has truly been Young For A Long Time!
Also includes 2 bonus cuts - brand new recordings of the band s blockbuster hit singles God Blessed Texas and What Might Have Been! --Epk
- Language: : English
- Product Dimensions : 5.67 x 4.92 x 0.39 inches; 2.89 Ounces
- Manufacturer : Cleopatra
- Original Release Date : 2015
- Date First Available : February 19, 2015
- Label : Cleopatra
- ASIN : B00TRP2SNQ
- Number of discs : 1
- Best Sellers Rank: #160,094 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
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Young for a Long Time
The majority of the songs will remind you of moments in your life whether it be the people, situations, or snapshots in time as, for example, the single “Kings of This Town” reminds me of good times hanging out at a high school friend’s cabin off of the Sabine River in Northeast Texas. The single “Nothin You Can Do” has the traditional LT harmonies that make you want to hit the rewind button and sing along: if today’s radio execs would give this one a chance, I could see it having LT return to the charts.
The last two tracks are reissues of the LT staples of “What might Have Been” and “God Blessed Texas’ with a couple of minor arrangement changes that are nice. Traditional LT fans may be hesitant to purchase this album because after the reunion of the band neither Tim nor Brady are associated with the group – I wouldn’t let that bother you because if you enjoy listening to great musicians with tunes you can hit the highway with or enjoy your favorite outdoor activity, I’d say give this one a shot.