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  • Audio CD (20 Jun. 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Borough Music
  • ASIN: B000NQQ1N6
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 218,024 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Last Dollar (Fly Away)
  2. I'm Workin'
  3. Let It Go
  4. Whiskey And You
  5. Suspicions
  6. Kristofferson
  7. Put Your Lovin' On Me
  8. Nothin' To Die For
  9. Between The River And Me
  10. Train #10
  11. I Need You
  12. Comin' Home
  13. Shotgun Rider

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The first new studio album in nearly three years from the multi-award winning country star. In March 2006, Reflected: Greatest Hits Vol 2, became McGraw’s ninth consecutive album to debut at the #1 spot on the Billboard Country Albums chart, while his previous studio album Live Like You Were Dying, released in 2004, debuted with a career high in sales of 766,000 copies in just its first week. LET IT GO was recorded in Nashville and is co-produced by McGraw, Byron Gallimore and Darran Smith. McGraw again enlisted the help of his touring band The Dancehall Doctors on the project, which is now their third consecutive project. Faith Hill appears on two tracks, “Shotgun Rider” and “I Need You”, which was the smash encore song during their history making 2006 Soul2Soul II Tour. Tim McGraw's career is marked by multi-platinum albums, record-breaking tours and, most recently, by an expanded presence in movies. He has charted 26 #1 singles and sold 34 million albums. McGraw filmed 3 highly rated NBC Television Specials and his award collection to date include 3 Grammys, 11 Academy of Country Music awards, 10 Country Music Association awards, 9 American Music awards, 3 People's Choice awards and more. Tracks: Last Dollar (Fly Away) / Workin’ / Let It Go / Whiskey And You / Suspicions / Kristofferson / Put Your Lovin’ On Me / Nothin’ To Die For / Between The River And Me / I’m Train #10 / I Need You / Comin’ Home. Also available: NOT A MOMENT TOO SOON (CURCD010), ALL I WANT IS EVERYTHING (CURCD016), EVERYWHERE (CURCD039), LIVE LIKE YOU WERE DYING (CURCD157), REFLECTED: GREATEST HITS VOL 2 (CURCD214), GREATEST VIDEO HITS (DVD2472).

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More of a happy-go-lucky artist in his younger days, Tim McGraw here sounds as if he carries the weight of the world on his shoulders. After the comparatively lighthearted, irresistibly catchy opening single, "Last Dollar (Fly Away)," most of the midtempo material that follows ranges from the somber to the morose. There's the night-shift weariness of "I'm Workin'," the alcohol-drenched heartbreak of "Whiskey and You," and the soul-tortured title track. Even a song with the upbeat title "Put Your Lovin' on Me" has McGraw asking his lover to "be my drug" and "take this weight off me." Things turn positively lethal with "Between the River and Me," the story of revenge on an alcoholic, wife-beating stepfather. The set also features the obligatory duet of marital devotion with Faith Hill ("I Need You") and a couple of nods toward classic country ("Kristofferson" and the closing "Shotgun Rider," which could be McGraw's "Mamas, Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys"). "Nothin' to Die For" returns to the inspirational vein of "Live Like You Were Dying," but little here finds McGraw in a feel-good mode. --Don McLeese

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By Mrs. Chadwick TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 22 Feb. 2016
Format: Audio CD
I first came across the singer Tim McGraw when I was in America back in 1996 when I was there on holiday. I head the local country and western radio channel play a couple of his songs off his latest album. I really enjoyed listening to him so I decided I’d like to get one of his albums.

I now had seven of Tim’s albums:- “Tim McGraw”, (debut album), “Not and Moment too Soon”, “All I want”, “Everywhere”, “Tim McGraw and the dancehall doctors” and “Live like you were dying”.

My parents were in America in 2007 and found out that Tim was due to release another album whilst they were there but it going to be a little while before it was released in the UK. So my parents decided to surprise me. :-)

I love both traditional country and western as well as the up-tempo modern country and western.

I love his voice ad he sings some great country and western songs.

The CD booklet has information on the songs and some still photos.

If you were to ask me do I have a favourite I’d have to say yes. It’s the entire CD I really love listening to all the songs.

Tim has gone from strength to strength with each album he’s released.

I love listening to Tim singing as I find his albums great to relax to as they take the stress of the day away and always makes me feel better. :-)

This is another great album of Tim’s to have and I’m pleased it’s in my collection. :-)
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Blimey! There's no stopping this bloke. He's done it again and come up with a cracking CD packed to the brim with top class songs. There's a very good reason for Tim McGraw's success: he knows a really good song when he hears one and what's more, he knows exactly how to interpret and deliver it to maximum effect. It's a skill he's used to the full on this, his latest album. The first song, `Last Dollar' (by Big Kenny) is about as catchy as they come. As I wandered round HMV, attempting to be distracted by Razorlight and Arcade Fire, I found myself humming `One, two, three, like a bird I sing', even though I didn't particularly want to. It's one of those `feel good' songs which makes this particular middle-aged lady feel impossibly chirpy and jolly, no matter what. The only other songs which have this effect on me are Nelly Furtado's `Like a Bird', Beth Nielsen Chapman's `Happy Girl' and Neil Diamond's `Delirious Love' (I heard this playing unexpectedly in Marks & Spencer the other day and it sent me bopping uncontrollably through the lingerie section). `Last Dollar' is just one of those irresistible songs. The next song on the album could hardly be more of a contrast. `I'm Workin'' (by Lori McKenna and Darrell Scott) is about what most people spend most of their waking lives doing - working. It's surprising how few songwriters feel inspired to write about this subject. The song brilliantly sums up the virtual impossibility of maintaining any sort of relationship while working the night shift. Alcohol also features prominently on this album, in `Whiskey and You' and in `Nothin' to Die for', both of which were co-written by Lee Thomas Miller (perhaps he's trying to tell us something).Read more ›
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In a word, superb. Although would we have expected any diferent anyway. Tims albums, for me just get better, and since he has been able to break the military Nashville trend of following record labels demands of bringing studio artists in to the studio for album work, and bringing the Band in with him in their place much to the objection of the Nashville fat cats community, has injected even more energy and feel to the music.

From the opening track 'Last Dollar (Fly Away)' its just an awesome song with a huge feel-good factor and it just begs to be belted out of your car stereo on a fine sunny day. The album has a nice mix of emotions right through it and it reaches a climax on 'I Need You' where Faith appears with her husband to create another beautifull duet. I really dont think there is a bad track on here, its consistent with the rest of his work, he writes and produces every record in a way which laces each one with the potential 'Hit Factor'.

I'll buy anything McGraw or Hill puts out there to be honest, and im a huge country fan as well, so i have to be carefull i listen with my head as well as my heart, but i think its safe to say that this is yet another huge album from Tim, and its success no doubt will be equally huge, not just because he is the modern day King of Country, but because his music is brilliant. This album is no different, buy it now and dont 'Let It Go'!
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Not long home from Chicago where I went to see Soul to Soul 2007, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill together in concert. Now I understand why it is the largest grossing concert ever. Apart they are amazing, together they are a formidable combination. This was where I first heard tracks from this album and I deliberately left purchasing it until the concert. Every track evokes such emotion helped along by the pleasant memory of seeing it performed live. Good to hear some good old fashioned country in this album, he never forgets where he came from no matter how much he pushes the envelope when it comes to country music. This album is yet again an ecletic mix of rock, power ballad, soul and everything else done with that unmistakable Tim McGraw country style. If you only buy one album this year, let this be the one. It is a keeper.
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