Randy Travis - Deeper Than The Holler: The Complete Albums 1986-1989 (2020) [Country]; FLAC (tracks)

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Randy Travis - Deeper Than The Holler: The Complete Albums 1986-1989 (2020) [Country]; FLAC (tracks)

Unread postby CountryBlues » 30 Jun 2020, 05:26

Artist: Randy Travis
Album: Deeper Than The Holler: The Complete Albums 1986-1989
Genre: Country
Label: Warner Music Group - X5 Music Group
Released: 2020
Quality: FLAC (tracks)
  1. On the Other Hand
  2. The Storms of Life
  3. My Heart Cracked (But It Did Not Break)
  4. Diggin' up Bones
  5. No Place Like Home
  6. 1982
  7. Send My Body
  8. Messin' with My Mind
  9. Reasons I Cheat
  10. There'll Always Be a Honky Tonk Somewhere
  11. Too Gone, Too Long
  12. My House
  13. Good Intentions
  14. What'll You Do About Me
  15. I Won't Need You Anymore
  16. Forever and Ever, Amen
  17. I Told You So
  18. Anything
  19. The Truth Is Lyin' Next to You
  20. Tonight We're Gonna Tear Down the Walls
  21. Honky Tonk Moon
  22. Deeper Than the Holler
  23. It's Out of My Hands
  24. Is It Still Over_
  25. Old 8X10
  26. Written In Stone
  27. The Blues In Black and White
  28. Here In My Heart
  29. We Ain't Out of Love Yet
  30. Promises
  31. Mining for Coal
  32. Singing the Blues
  33. When Your World Was Turning for Me
  34. He Walked On Water
  35. No Stoppin' Us Now
  36. It's Just a Matter of Time
  37. Card Carryin' Fool
  38. Somewhere In My Broken Heart
  39. Hard Rock Bottom of Your Heart
  40. Have a Nice Rest of Your Life
  41. Old Time Christmas
  42. Winter Wonderland
  43. Meet Me Under the Mistletoe
  44. White Christmas Makes Me Blue
  45. Santa Claus Is Coming to Town
  46. God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
  47. Pretty Paper
  48. Oh, What a Silent Night
  49. How Do I Wrap My Heart up for Christmas
  50. The Christmas Song


In the mid-'80s, Randy Travis became a major new voice in country music by reminding Nashville of its storied past. At a time when most were still pursuing the pop-oriented sound of the Urban Cowboy craze, Travis' strong, honest vocal style and relatable songs of everyday life helped launch the New Traditionalist movement, along with Clint Black, Dwight Yoakam, Alan Jackson, and many more. Travis had the ideal voice for his brand of no-frills country, suggesting a blend of George Jones and Merle Haggard, and he was one of the most reliable hitmakers of his era, once releasing seven country chart-toppers in a row. He was a multiple winner at the Academy of Country Music Awards, the Country Music Association Awards, the Grammy Awards, the American Music Awards, and the Dove Awards. Travis established his trademark style on his first three albums (1986's Storms of Life, 1987's Always and Forever, and 1988's Old 8x10), which were among his most popular and celebrated. In the 2000s, many of his best albums were gospel-oriented efforts such as 2002's Rise and Shine and 2003's Worship and Faith, where his voice meshed well with classic hymns and songs of praise.

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