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01 Toby Keith Greatest Hits, Vol. 1 Getcha Some.mp3 (Size: 116.54 MB) (Files: 16)

 01 Toby Keith Greatest Hits, Vol. 1 Getcha Some.mp3

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 02 Toby Keith Greatest Hits, Vol. 1 If a Man Answers.mp3

8.31 MB

 03 Toby Keith Greatest Hits, Vol. 1 Should've Been a Cowboy.mp3

8.00 MB

 04 Toby Keith Greatest Hits, Vol. 1 Dream Walkin'.mp3

9.04 MB

 05 Toby Keith Greatest Hits, Vol. 1 A Little Less Talk and a Lot More Action.mp3

6.49 MB

 06 Toby Keith Greatest Hits, Vol. 1 Does That Blue Moon Ever Shine on You.mp3

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 07 Sting Greatest Hits, Vol. 1 I'm So Happy I Can't Stop Crying.mp3

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 08 Toby Keith Greatest Hits, Vol. 1 We Were in Love.mp3

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 09 Toby Keith Greatest Hits, Vol. 1 You Ain't Much Fun.mp3

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 10 Toby Keith Greatest Hits, Vol. 1 Who's That Man.mp3

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 11 Toby Keith Greatest Hits, Vol. 1 Wish I Didn't Know Now.mp3

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 12 Toby Keith Greatest Hits, Vol. 1 Big Ol' Truck.mp3

8.49 MB

 13 Toby Keith Greatest Hits, Vol. 1 Me Too.mp3

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 14 Toby Keith Greatest Hits, Vol. 1 He Ain't Worth Missing.mp3

7.15 MB

 Toby Keith - Greatest Hits Vol 1 Info.txt

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Toby Keith - Greatest Hits Vol 1
Audio CD (October 20, 1998)
Original Release Date: October 20, 1998
Label: Mercury Nashville
Bitrate: 320 kbps

As a survey of Toby Keith's first four recordings (not including the seasonal Christmas to Christmas), this set turns in some strong singles, making the case for the Okie singer-songwriter as one of the more traditionally minded of the '90s hat acts. Keith rarely devastates as a singer, but he never overreaches, and there's more than a bit of grit in his delivery of "Should've Been a Cowboy" and "He Ain't Worth Missing." His emotional triumph remains the obsessive "Who's That Man," in which Keith sees another man living the life he threw away. Keith also includes two songs not available elsewhere, complementing an appealing mainstream country set. ~ Roy Kasten

Toby Keith emerged in 1993 with the autographical hit "Should've Been A Cowboy." The rodeo's loss is country music's gain, as Keith has been one of its most dependable hitmakers over the past six years. This collection specializes in relationship songs, be it humorous ("You Ain't Much Fun"), reflective ("We Were in Love"), or wishful ("Dream Walkin'"). Best of all is the duet with Sting on "I'm So Happy I Can't Stop Crying" which hits divorce from a male perspective dead-on. Two new tracks provide some fresh variations on the Keith sound, with the lead-off single "Getcha Some" offering a dopey delivery reminiscent of the Beverly Hillbillies theme song ("Black Gold, Texas Tea"). It adds up to fourteen of the best of '90s country. Getcha Some today! ~ James E. Bagley

Toby Keith emerged in 1993 with the autographical hit "Should've Been A Cowboy." The rodeo's loss is country music's gain, as Keith has been one of its most dependable hitmakers over the past six years. This collection specializes in relationship songs, be it humorous ("You Ain't Much Fun"), reflective ("We Were in Love"), or wishful ("Dream Walkin'"). Best of all is the duet with Sting on "I'm So Happy I Can't Stop Crying" which hits divorce from a male perspective dead-on. Two new tracks provide some fresh variations on the Keith sound, with the lead-off single "Getcha Some" offering a dopey delivery reminiscent of the Beverly Hillbillies theme song ("Black Gold, Texas Tea"). It adds up to fourteen of the best of '90s country. Getcha Some today! ~ Zake Z

Personnel:
Paul Franklin
Dan Dugmore - steel guitar
Steve Nathan - keyboards, organ
Terry McMillan - harmonica, percussion
Roger Hawkins
David Hood
Brent Rowan - electric guitar
Mark Casstevens - acoustic guitar
Dennis Wilson
Kenny Greenberg

Toby Keith - Greatest Hits Vol 1 Tracks
01 Getcha Some
02 If a Man Answers
03 Should've Been a Cowboy
04 Dream Walkin'
05 Little Less Talk and a Lot More Action, A
06 Does That Blue Moon Ever Shine on You
07 I'm So Happy I Can't Stop Crying - (with Sting)
08 We Were in Love
09 You Ain't Much Fun
10 Who's That Man
11 Wish I Didn't Know Now
12 Big Ol' Truck
13 Me Too
14 He Ain't Worth Missing

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