Tracy Lawrence - Tracy Lawrence FLAC album
Genre: Pop music / Folk and World music
Title: Tracy Lawrence
FLAC version ZIP size: 1172 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1619 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1857 mb
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Tracy Lawrence is the seventh studio album by country music artist Tracy Lawrence, released in 2001, his only album for the Warner Bros. Only two singles were released from this album: "Life Don't Have to Be So Hard" and "What a Memory", the latter of which failed to make Top 40 on the country charts. That Was Us" was later recorded by Randy Travis on his 2004 album Passing Through. Crawlin' Again" (Kenny Beard, Michael White) – 2:50.
Dancin' to Sweet 17" (Tracy Lawrence) – 3:17. Today's Lonely Fool" (Kenny Beard, Stan Paul Davis) – 3:50. Paris, Tennessee" (Dennis Robbins, Bob DiPiero, John Scott Sherrill) – 2:24. Froze Over" (Lawrence, West) – 3:31. Between Us" (Tim Mensy, Tony Haselden) – 3:32. April's Fool" (Ralph Howard J. Wayne Davis, Bernie Faulkner, Keith Perry) – 3:52. Sticks and Stones (CD insert).
Tracy Lawrence was born in Atlanta, Texas, and raised in Foreman, Ar. Lawrence played in his first band at the age of 16. He attended Southern Arkansas University in Magnolia, where he was a member of Sigma Pi Fraternity. In 1990 Lawrence left Arkansas and went to Nashville. Lawrence took jobs as an ironworker and in phone sales while he tried to break into the Nashville music scene.
Tracy Lawrence is an American country music singer. His discography comprises thirteen studio albums, one live album, seven compilation albums, and 46 singles. Of his albums, the highest-certified are 1993's Alibis and 1996's Time Marches On, each certified 2 Platinum by the RIAA. Lawrence made his debut in late 1991 on Atlantic Records with the single "Sticks and Stones", which topped the Billboard charts in January 1992. After a greatest-hits package on Mercury Records, Lawrence founded his own label, Rocky Comfort Records. The label's first release, "Find Out Who Your Friends Are", became his eighth . Number One, as well as the slowest-climbing country Number One in the history of the Billboard charts. The album's other singles, however, failed to match the success of the lead-off single. Tracy Lawrence discography.
Tracy Lee Lawrence is an American country music singer, songwriter, and record producer. Lawrence signed to Atlantic Records in 1991, and debuted that year with the album Sticks and Stones. Five more studio albums, as well as a live album and a compilation album, followe. awrence performing at a private concert in 2006. Lawrence signs an autograph for a sailor aboard the USS Enterprise (CVN-65), May 2007.
|2||Life Don't Have To Be So Hard||3:14|
|3||It's Got You All Over It||3:01|
|4||Getting Back Up||4:12|
|5||It's Hard To Be An Outlaw||3:29|
|6||Meant To Be||3:19|
|7||That Was Us||3:18|
|8||She Loved The Devil Out Of Me||3:12|
|9||Whole Lot Of Lettin' Go||3:48|
|10||What A Memory||4:25|
|11||God's Green Earth||2:41|
|12||I Won All the Battles||3:37|
|W2 48187||Tracy Lawrence||Tracy Lawrence (CD, Album, Club)||Atlantic||W2 48187||Canada||2001|
|2A-48187-B||Tracy Lawrence||Tracy Lawrence (CD, Album, Promo)||Atlantic, Warner Bros. Records||2A-48187-B||US||2001|