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Travis Tritt - Down the Road I Go (2000) Retail CD
Despite the bluesy bark of Travis Tritt's soulful vocals, his artistry lacks the bite of his outlaw heroes. Down the Road I Go, his first album for Columbia (after a decade with Warner Bros.) finds him once again mixing country tradition with rock dynamics. "Livin' on Borrowed Time" sounds enough like Hank Williams Jr. that it could pass as Bocephus Lite, while the title cut recycles every rambling-man cliché from the Allman/Skynyrd school. On "Never Get Away from Me", he offers sound-alike homage to Waylon Jennings (and wife Jessi Colter). For all ofTritt's good-ol'-boy bluster, the bittersweetmore… balladry of "Best of Intentions" and the bluegrass uplift of "It's a Great Day to Be Alive" suggest that he's really a softy at heart, and more than an echo of his influences. --Don McLeese
|1||Down the Road I Go|
|2||Livin' on Borrowed Time|
|3||Best of Intentions|
|4||It's a Great Day to Be Alive|
|5||Love of a Woman|
|6||Never Get Away From Me (For Waylon and Jessi)|
|7||Modern Day Bonnie and Clyde|
|8||I Wish I Was Wrong|
|9||If the Fall Don't Kill You|
|10||Just Too Tired to Fight It|
- Travis Tritt - Down the Road I Go (2000) Retail CD
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