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Strait Out of the Box

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Download links and information about Strait Out of the Box by George Strait. This album was released in 1995 and it belongs to Country genres. It contains 72 tracks with total duration of 03:37:20 minutes.

Artist: George Strait
Release date: 1995
Genre: Country
Tracks: 72
Duration: 03:37:20
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. I Just Can't Go On Dying Like This 2:45
2. (That Don't Change) The Way I Feel About You 2:11
3. I Don't Want to Talk It Over Anymore 3:11
4. Unwound 2:26
5. Blame It On Mexico 2:51
6. Her Goodbye Hit Me In the Heart 3:05
7. If You're Thinking You Want a Stranger (There's One Coming Home) 2:58
8. Any Old Love Won't Do 3:04
9. Fool Hearted Memory 2:39
10. Marina del Rey 3:03
11. I Can't See Texas from Here 2:30
12. Heartbroke 3:34
13. What Would Your Memories Do 3:18
14. Amarillo By Morning 2:53
15. I Thought I Heard You Calling My Name 2:45
16. A Fire I Can't Put Out 3:00
17. You Look So Good In Love 3:13
18. 80 Proof Bottle of Tear Stopper 2:15
19. Right or Wrong 2:06
20. Let's Fall to Pieces Together 2:55
21. Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind 3:15
22. The Cowboy Rides Away 3:23
23. The Fireman 2:35
24. The Chair 2:50
25. You're Something Special to Me 3:20
26. Haven't You Heard 2:55
27. In Too Deep 2:38
28. Lefty's Gone 3:15
29. Nobody In His Right Mind Would've Left Her 2:51
30. It Ain't Cool to Be Crazy About You 2:51
31. Ocean Front Property 3:07
32. Rhythm of the Road 2:17
33. Six Pack to Go 3:02
34. All My Ex's Live In Texas 3:20
35. Am I Blue 3:06
36. Famous Last Words of a Fool 3:36
37. Baby Blue 3:34
38. If You Ain't Lovin' (You Ain't Livin') 2:19
39. Baby's Gotten Good At Goodbye 3:29
40. Bigger Man Than Me 2:51
41. Hollywood Squares 2:43
42. What's Going On In Your World 3:27
43. Ace In the Hole 2:38
44. Love Without End, Amen 3:07
45. Drinking Champagne 3:35
46. I've Come to Expect It from You 3:45
47. If I Know Me 2:42
48. You Know Me Better Than That 3:03
49. The Chill of an Early Fall 3:32
50. Lovesick Blues 2:57
51. Milk Cow Blues 5:12
52. Gone As a Girl Can Get 3:16
53. So Much Like My Dad 3:26
54. Trains Make Me Lonesome 3:46
55. Wonderland of Love 2:56
56. I Cross My Heart 3:31
57. Heartland 2:18
58. When Did You Stop Loving Me 2:50
59. Overnight Male 2:36
60. The King of Broken Hearts 3:09
61. Where the Sidewalk Ends 3:10
62. Easy Come, Easy Go 3:04
63. I'd Like to Have That One Back 3:52
64. The Love Bug 2:51
65. The Man In Love With You 3:23
66. Just Look At Me 3:10
67. Stay Out of My Arms 2:36
68. Big Ball's In Cowtown 2:42
69. The Big One 2:10
70. Fly Me to the Moon 2:10
71. Check Yes or No 3:20
72. I Know She Still Loves Me 3:07

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A truly comprehensive four-CD compilation covering the years 1976-1995, including all 31 of his number one hits, 11 more chart singles of great musical significance, 19 LP tracks, and 11 more rare tracks, plus a brace of unreleased songs that are anything but leftovers. The opening three tracks, all written by Strait and dating from 1976-1979, show a lot of potential on his part as a singer fronting a competent band. 1981's "Unwound" was where his career lifted off, and his singing takes on serious depth and range. Beyond "Unwound," there's a lot here that could've done well as singles, displaying his early sound as a mix of traditional country and country-pop. Strait ultimately rebelled against the latter, but the songs off of his first two LPs show a prodigious talent in any milieu he'd have chosen to work. Disc two opens with the Bob Wills number "Right or Wrong," which became central to Strait's sound and image and, in the early '80s, was a reminder that as smooth as those early MCA songs had been, Strait had a genuine commitment to Western swing and traditional country music. Disc three divides its space between ballads and honky tonk numbers, with some comedy and some bracing Western swing. Disc four is all '90s material, right up through 1995. The cut that helped sell this set is Strait's never-issued 1993 duet with Frank Sinatra on "Fly Me to the Moon," which never should have been left off the Duets album — the two singers' voices sound right together, and the song works as is. The producers have provided a booklet with an extensive biographical essay, a full sessionography, and comments from Strait himself on each of the songs included.