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Carrying Your Love With Me
Genres: Country, Pop
It's easy to take George Strait for granted. After all, every year he comes out with another album of Texas dance tunes and honky-tonk ballads, both delivered with that smooth baritone purr and a rhythm as seductive as it ... more »
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It's easy to take George Strait for granted. After all, every year he comes out with another album of Texas dance tunes and honky-tonk ballads, both delivered with that smooth baritone purr and a rhythm as seductive as it is slippery. The quality is always incredibly high--as high as it gets in American music--but the level of surprise is always very low. Typically, Carrying Your Love with Me is as good as country music gets these days. It's different from his previous albums in only the most subtle ways: his vocal tone has a little more butter on it, and his phrasing coils and uncoils with a little more spring. But, those nuances are the key to his art. --Geoffrey Himes
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Kathleen L. (katlupe) from OXFORD, NY
Reviewed on 11/10/2006...
Dawn T. from ALPHARETTA, GA
Reviewed on 10/28/2006...
Some really good songs that you won't find on his other cd's.
Greorge Strait is awesome
Matt Brooks | Minneapolis | 01/05/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The King again with a great record of great tunes. Great classics like Carrying your Love With Me, One Night At a Time, and pretty much every song on this record are great country classics. ALL HAIL KING GEORGE...the KING OF COUNTRY"
Great CD that is more than just your typical "Great"
retrowens | Alabama, USA | 12/01/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is a great cd in every way. Some of the songs are classic George Strait hits like the title track, but unlike some of his other albums, this one has a lot more meaning to it with its songs. "The Nerve" and "Real Good Place To Start" might not have been major hits but they really hit home with me when i heard them with their slow but meaningful melodies. "Today My World Slipped Away" is probably the best remake i've ever heard of a good song. George takes a classic song and makes it even better. Along with the major hits "One Night At A Time" and the title track, this makes for a GREAT CD and George Strait's best in my opinion."