Create account Log in

Anniversary Celebration


Download links and information about Anniversary Celebration by Randy Travis. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Gospel, Rock, Country genres. It contains 17 tracks with total duration of 01:01:29 minutes.

Artist: Randy Travis
Release date: 2011
Genre: Gospel, Rock, Country
Tracks: 17
Duration: 01:01:29
Buy on iTunes $11.99
Buy on Amazon $11.49


No. Title Length
1. Everything and All (feat. Brad Paisley) 3:18
2. A Few Ole Country Boys (feat. Jamey Johnson) 3:43
3. Forever and Ever, Amen (feat. Zac Brown Band) 3:42
4. He Walked On Water (feat. Kenny Chesney) 3:29
5. T.I.M.E. (feat. Josh Turner) 3:24
6. Love Looks Good On You (feat. Kristin Chenoweth) 4:02
7. Better Class of Losers / She's Got the Rhythm (And I Got the Blues) [Medley feat. Alan Jackson] 3:09
8. More Life (feat. Don Henley) 4:31
9. Can't Hurt a Man (feat. Tim Mcgraw) 2:46
10. Promises (feat. Shelby Lynne) 3:45
11. Is It Still Over? (feat. Carrie Underwood) 3:26
12. Road to Surrender (feat. Kris Kristofferson & Willie Nelson) 4:05
13. Diggin' Up Bones (feat. John Anderson) 3:34
14. Someone You Never Knew (feat. Eamonn Mccrystal) 3:15
15. Too Much (feat. James Otto) 3:55
16. Didn't We Shine (feat. George Jones, Lorrie Morgan, Ray Price, Connie Smith, Joe Stampley & Gene Watson) 4:08
17. Everything and All 3:17



To celebrate his 25th anniversary — marked from the 1986 release of his major-label debut Storms of Life, not his independent 1978 release under the name Randy Traywick — Randy Travis rounded up a bunch of stars to cut duets of his biggest hits. Apart from Broadway dynamo Kristin Chenoweth appearing out of nowhere on “Love Looks Good on You,” there are no big surprises either in song selection, duet partners, or arrangements; sure, Zac Brown brings “Forever and Ever, Amen” into James Taylor territory, but that’s a marginal move, offset by straightforward readings of “Diggin’ Up Bones” with John Anderson, Alan Jackson popping up for a medley of “Better Class of Losers/She’s Got the Rhythm (And I Got the Blues),” and Jamey Johnson on “A Few Ole Country Boys.” There may be nothing shocking here, but it’s all pleasant, and it’s nice to find staunch traditionalist Travis sounding at ease singing with Don Henley and Carrie Underwood. Perhaps this 25th Anniversary Celebration is a party that can be missed, but it nevertheless provides a good time.