|1. Distance Between You And Me|
|2. The Heart That You Own|
|3. Takes A Lot To Rock You|
|4. Nothing's Changed Here|
|5. Sad, Sad Music|
|6. Since I Started Drinkin' Again|
|7. If There Was A Way|
|8. Turn It On, Turn It Up, Turn Me Loose|
|9. It Only Hurts When I Cry|
|10. Send A Message To My Heart|
|11. I Don't Need It Done|
|12. You're The One|
|13. Dangerous Man|
|14. Let's Work Together|
The country hits were Turn it on turn me up turn me loose (a brilliant up-tempo song), You're the one (a nice love song), It only hurts when I cry (co-written with Roger Miller who is famous for King of the road), The heart that you own (an aching ballad) and Nothing's changed here. The first four make up the first four tracks on his greatest hits collection, Last chance for 1,000 years but Nothing's changed here is omitted.
Apart from the hits (which aren't necessarily the best songs here), some of the highlights for me are Sad sad music (another aching ballad), Since I started drinking again (with a hint of bluegrass), Send a message to my heart (a duet with Patty Loveless that I really expected to be released as a single) and Let's work together (a cover of the blues-rock classic that became a huge hit for Canned heat). And if you play this album and find that your favorite song is one I haven't mentioned, that won't surprise me at all, such is the quality of this album.
If you enjoy any of Dwight's music, you'll surely love this album.
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