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George Strait Album - #7

George Strait Album - #7 (Front side)
Album Information :
Title: #7
Approx. Price:$6.98 (USD)
Release Date:
Type:Audio CD
Label:Mca Special Products
Customers Rating :
Average (4.9) :(19 votes)
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Track Listing :
1 Deep Water +Video
2 Nobody In His Right Mind Would've Left Her
3 Rhythm Of The Road
4 I'm Never Gonna Let You Go
5 You Still Get To Me +Video
6 Stranger Things Have Happened +Video
7 It Ain't Cool To Be Crazy About You
8 Why'd You Go & Break My Heart
9 My Old Flame Is Burnin' Another Honky Tonk Down
10 Cow Town +Video
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful:
- Solid album that is underrated and overlooked

Since George only released two singles from this album, it was not a big seller, which for George translates to "only" being platinum. Those two singles, however, are classic Strait. Nobody in His Right Mind and It Ain't Cool have George in full-fledged crooner mode, belting out a smoothly textured rendition of the two ballads. Nice lyrics on Cool with "suave and debonair".

It is a shame that other songs on the album did not get much exposure. However, I'm Never Gonna has gotten work as a nice dancehall waltz. People looking for dirt can also hear the notorious potty-mouth and bad-boy Strait utter the word "breast". Parental guidance is suggested (smirk).

Strait once again pays homage to one of his influences with a dead on cover of Bob Wills' Deep Water. Stranger Things Have Happened shows great wit, and how clever a song writer can be at altering the meaning of a common phrase. Why'd You Go And Break and My Old Flame continue his impeccable track record with traditional country honky tonk sound.

Misses include Rhythm Of The Road, which is a little too frenetic and all over the map, and You Still Get, which is a love song that is too low-key and without a lot of impact.

(Austin, Texas)
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful:
- If you like country you will like tis one

What can you say about Strait? I know he consistently puts out great country music! #7 is no exception. It's a shame CD's like this one don't sell more than just a few million. "Nobody in his right mind would've left her" and "It aint cool to be crazy about you" alone are worthy enough to by this CD. Other songs like "I'm never gonna let you go", "Stranger things have happened", and "Cowtown" are some of my favorites. When you first hear some of the tracks your like "there okay". But after a few times they grow on you quick. Its now one of my favorites! I listen to the whole CD 3 or 4 times a week. Every song is catchy and fun to sing along with. If you love to country dance you'll love "I'm never gonna let you go", its my favorite song to waltz too! Buying this CD will not be disappointment!

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:

I cannot stress how much I love this CD, it is without question the most underrated of GS's career. It is in the top FIVE studio albums he ever made. "Cowtown", "No One In Their Right Mind Would Have Left Her", My Old Flame's Burnin' Another Honky Tonk Down" "Deep Water", "Rhythm Of The Road", and most of all "It Ain't Cool To Be Crazy About You", are 10/10. There is not one song that is LESS then 9/10. This is one incredible Strait CD, and a bargain at any price.

Customer review
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
- The best

I just love George, in any way shape or form. 9 concerts and can hardly wait for the next. But this by far is my favorite cd. Old tried and true pure George.

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
- George The Great

Another wonderful cd by the greatest county aetist!!! George always hits the ball out of the park.So this is George doing what he does so well.Let's hope George keeps singing forever. Boo

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