Little Texas – Big Time (1993) [FLAC]

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Release Name: Little_Texas-Big_Time-CD-FLAC-1993-FLACME
Artist: Little Texas
Album: Big Time
Genre: Country
Year: 1993
Tracks: 10
Duration: 00:37:50
Size: 247.99 MB

Big Time is the second studio album released by country music band Little Texas. The band’s breakthrough album, it was released in 1993 on Warner Bros. Records, and produced the singles “What Might Have Been”, “God Blessed Texas”, “My Love”, and “Stop on a Dime”. Respectively, these peaked at numbers 2, 4, 1, and 14 on the Hot Country Songs charts. “What Might Have Been” was also a crossover hit, reaching 16 on the Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks charts.

The album is also the band’s highest certified album, having been certified 2 Platinum by the RIAA.


Keith Whitley – Greatest Hits (1990) [FLAC]

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Release Name: Keith_Whitley-Greatest_Hits-CD-FLAC-1990-FLACME
Artist: Keith Whitley
Album: Greatest Hits
Genre: Country
Year: 1990
Tracks: 11
Duration: 00:38:51
Size: 214.5 MB

Greatest Hits is country music artist Keith Whitley’s first greatest hits album, released a year after his death. It was released in 1990 by RCA Records. It peaked at #5 on the Top Country Albums chart, and was certified platinum by the RIAA. One single was released from it: “‘Til a Tear Becomes a Rose”, an overdubbed duet with his widow, Lorrie Morgan. It peaked at #13 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.


John Denver – Wildlife Concert (1998) [FLAC]

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Release Name: John_Denver-Wildlife_Concert-CD-FLAC-1998-FLACME
Artist: John Denver
Album: Wildlife Concert
Genre: Country
Year: 1998
Tracks: 13
Duration: 00:54:22
Size: 306.06 MB

John Denver’s devotion to the environment and wildlife shines through in this 1995 live concert benefiting the Wildlife Conservation Society. The remarkable singer delivers a moving performance on songs like “Sunshine On My Shoulders” and “Rocky Mountain High”–reminding us about the importance of preservation. (113 minutes)


Willie Nelson – My Way (2018) [FLAC]

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Release Name: Willie_Nelson-My_Way-CD-FLAC-2018-FAiNT
Artist: Willie Nelson
Album: My Way
Genre: Country
Year: 2018
Tracks: 11
Duration: 00:35:27
Size: 215.95 MB

My Way, Willie Nelson’s new studio album, explores his admiration and connection to Frank Sinatra’s art and artistry across 11 fresh, intoxicating takes on songs made famous by the Chairman of the Board. Recorded in the tradition of 1978s legendary Stardust and 2016s Grammy Award-winning Summertime: Willie Nelson Sings Gershwin, My Way is a warm and personal nod from one icon to another. Included are Willie’s takes on timeless tunes like “Summer Wind,” “It Was A Very Good Year,” “I’ll Be Around,” “Fly Me To The Moon,” “What Is This Thing Called Love” (cast as a duet with fellow Grammy winner Norah Jones) and, of course, the anthemic “My Way.” Add Willie’s stalwart backing band plus lush arrangements for full string and horn sections – all produced by Grammy winners Buddy Cannon and Matt Rollings – and you’ve got an album that’s as cool as it gets.


Kenny Chesney – Live In No Shoes Nation (2017) [FLAC]

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Release Name: Kenny_Chesney-Live_In_No_Shoes_Nation-2CD-FLAC-2017-FORSAKEN
Artist: Kenny Chesney
Album: Live In No Shoes Nation
Genre: Country
Year: 2017
Tracks: 15
Duration: 02:19:11
Size: 907.35 MB

Kenny Chesney is a country music superstar and touring king, and his fan club, No Shoes Nation, is a force to be reckoned with. Here, he compiles some of his most memorable performances, from intimate bar gigs to sold-out arena shows, so that fans can relive the fun again and again. Don’t miss rare live collaborations with Dave Matthews, Taylor Swift, and Zac Brown.


Keith Harling – Write It In Stone (1998) [FLAC]

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Release Name: Keith_Harling-Write_It_In_Stone-CD-FLAC-1998-FLACME
Artist: Keith Harling
Album: Write It In Stone
Genre: Country
Year: 1998
Tracks: 10
Duration: 00:34:26
Size: 233.06 MB

Keith Harling’s debut album Write it in Stone is an engaging, neo-traditional honky tonk record that suggests Harling is as talented a songwriter as he is a vocalist. He has a nice, laid-back delivery and a rich timbre; similarly, his songwriting is effortless and natural. He wrote six of the songs on his debut, and the best of them match the professional tunes he sings on the remainder of the album. There are a few weak moments, but overall, Write It in Stone is a first-class debut.


Keith Anderson – CMON (2008) [FLAC]

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Release Name: Keith_Anderson-CMON-CD-FLAC-2008-FLACME
Artist: Keith Anderson
Album: CMON
Genre: Country
Year: 2008
Tracks: 11
Duration: 00:43:21
Size: 300.78 MB

The first time around, Keith Anderson was pumped up and pimped out, a city cowboy decked out in XXL shirts and singing about Podunk towns, but none of his slick arena anthems burned up the charts — what clicked were the sentimental ballads like “Every Time I Hear Your Name,” songs that helped him get on People’s list of 50 Hottest Bachelors. Given all this, why wouldn’t Anderson choose to tone down the excesses of his 2005 debut, Three Chord Country and American Rock & Roll, and get a little soft and syrupy on its 2008 follow-up, C’mon!? And so he does, deciding not to follow through on the party-hearty exhortation of his chosen title of C’mon! — well, apart from a couple of rave-ups, none of which feel quite as ready for a happy hour at Buffalo Wild Wings as any random track from Three Chord Country. Such subdued surroundings have the natural side effect of focusing attention on Anderson’s writing, which isn’t a bad thing, as he’s not an untalented songwriter, boasting the crackerjack George and Garth duet “Beer Run” on his rsum, along with the Big & Rich hit “Lost in This Moment.” Certainly, his writing is stronger than his voice, which is strangely sweet and delicate, especially coming from somebody with such well-defined biceps, but on C’mon! he’s trying hard to have a hit, so he winds up with songs about “Sunday Morning in America” and Billy Ray Cyrus shuffles about somebody needing a hug. It’s easier to take than the oversized arena country of his debut — and it feels closer to Anderson’s comfort zone as a performing songwriter — but there is still a smack of desperation to this softer stance, as if Anderson is happy to do anything to get on the charts, whether it’s signing up for any endorsement deal that comes his way or singing any piece of country corn he can dream up. Maybe if C’mon! succeeds in turning him into a star he’ll be secure enough to settle down and simply write and sing, as this album, unlike his debut, does show he has skill as a songwriter — it’s just that he’d rather see himself in the Top Ten than see his songs there.