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It may say something about the state of country music that Kenny is more famous for who he married in 2005 than for his long string of hits on the American charts, but there is no denying that Kenny is a very successful country singer. This compilation neatly encompasses the best of his music of the nineties, with four then-new tracks added for good measure. One of his old hits (The tin man) was re-recorded for the album while another (Back where I come from) is here as a live recording, and another (All I need to know) is re-mixed.
There is plenty of variety here, both in tempo (mainly ballads with a few up-tempo songs) and subject matter. Here you will find a song about alcoholism (That's why I'm here), a wedding anthem (Me and you), a song about his roots (Back where I come from), duet with Randy Travis (Baptism) and a novelty song (She thinks my tractor's sexy). I like the latter song but it doesn't do country music any favors with the critics, who use it as an example when they want to poke fun at country music. Two of the then-new songs (I lost it, Don't happen twice) justified their inclusion by becoming big country hits for Kenny.
This is a great collection of Kenny's hits of the nineties. If you enjoy country music, nineties style, you'll surely love this.
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on 5 April 2009
Best Of collections invariably offer good value and this album is no exception with 17 tracks. It offers all Kenny's big counctry hits up to its release date in 2000. Of course he has gone from strength to strength since then. The song 'Me and You' has become especially popular as a first dance at weddings. A good taster of his early years.
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on 17 April 2009
Tremendously enjoyable album including many ballads from one of country,s great singers.One of the finest "best of" collections from a country artist.Sound quality on country albums is normally excellent and this CD is no exception.Bargain price for 18 tracks.Highly recommended
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on 23 April 2012
It's Kenny Chesney at his best, what's not to love? A good mix of songs that I love singing along to - driving everyone around me insane. They just don't get country!
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on 28 June 2013
A great CD. It contains some lovely songs including my favourite "You had me from hello". I would have expected nothing less from Kenny Chesney.
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on 29 January 2013
He continues to write great material that even an oldie like me can appreciate and enjoy. The youth of country & western do not disappoint.
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on 22 September 2013
different to what i usually listen to but very good.arrived on time and in first class condition,would try more of his music
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on 8 March 2013
kenny chesney never lets you down and this cd is no exception. Definately amongst the best in country music. Thank you.
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on 11 November 2013
my daughter chose this for her first dance at her wedding.it is a lovely song.it reminds me of a beautiful day.
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on 16 December 2014
Didn't enjoy many of the tracks- too much like Hank Snow genre music which I hoped this would not be like.
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