love the new twist on great songs...
twang from the food processor
By Megan 0571
more proof of a degrading mass culture
Wow I’m so glad this is number one. 👍👍
What good choices for Artists singing each song chosen for them. Well done I’m going to buy this asap!
Great album Tracy. He sounds exactly the same live as he did in the 90’s. Still puts on a hell of a show. Forever fan!
Most UNDER APPRECIATED artist of ALL TIME
I have seen Tracy in concert ten times and he gets better with every show. His albums are no different! They get better with each and every one! He has gotten my mom and I through the most darkest of days, and I hope to one day thank him personally for that.
Tracy envisioned this project and made it happen with some of the biggest names in country including, Luke Bryan, Jason Aldean, Tim McGraw, Kellie Pickler, Craig Morgan, Big & Rich, and many others.
I hope to one day perform on the stage with the excitement and energy that Tracy does as that would be a dream come true. Also, a HUGE shout out to his fiddle player, Joe, who is the industry BEST in my opinion. He is always a pleasure to listen to and is the kindest of people we have ever met.
We have met him many times, and most recently in Minnesota a couple of weeks ago.
Huge props to Tracy and the band! FYI, the new lead guitartist is GREAT! It looks like he REALLY gets into the songs when he is on stage!
We love Tracy and the band, and this new album, Good Ole Days!
Keep rocking it out guys!
GO BUY THIS ALBUM!
All the best forever,
Nothing better than these days! Loved growing up with this guy and all of the others in the 90s!
Too much Tracy Lawrence
Tracy Lawrence has many good songs. This album is decent, but the Tracy Lawrence parts sound like Tracy Lawrence is trying too hard to sound like Tracy Lawrence. It’s like the Tracy we all know and love was at a 5.5 on a scale of 1 to ten and suddenly they cranked it up to 8.5. This seriously needed to be mixed differently. Honestly made me cringe just a little. Seriously just stick with the 90s and early 2000s stuff...
What country music should still be.
It’s a shame that some of today’s country superstars don’t stick to true country roots. They killed it on this album. Perfect title for the album...