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George Strait - Latest Greatest Straitest Hits
Genres: Country, Pop
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Anne W. from ROCKY MOUNT, NC
Reviewed on 6/16/2007...
Still in plasic wrapper!
Dawn T. from MCCORDSVILLE, IN
Reviewed on 10/28/2006...
The title says it all...
Katy D. (Katy) from BRYAN, TX
Reviewed on 10/20/2006...
This is very good. Learned to 2-step to this cd.
Great duet with Alan Jackson
Brett | Lexington, Kentucky | 03/08/2000
(3 out of 5 stars)
"If for no other reason, this is a good CD because of the duet with Alan Jackson called "Murder on Music Row." If you're like me and feel like Nashville systematically snuffed the life out of real country music in the last 10 years, you'll love this song. If you think Shania and Garth are what country music is all about, you won't get the message at all."
Country Music for True Country Fans
Steven Fantina | Phillipsburg, NJ USA | 04/04/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This CD contains many of George's Straits recent hits, and the past few years have proven to be among the best of his overall strong career. Two new songs are also included. "The Best Day" is an ode to the family relationship told from a loving son to his father. However, the other new cut is unquestionably the collection's most piquant and potentially polemical. "Murder on Music Row" is a traditional sounding jeremiad that decries much, if not most, of what presently passes as country music. Without naming any names, it is pretty obvious to true country fans who the suggested culprits are. Making this allegation even more powerful, the song is a duet with Alan Jackson-another bona fide country singer-and features background vocals by Lee Ann Womack who has also earned that distinction.It should be called, "Attempted Murder on Music Row" because as long as George Strait is still making music, country music will be alive and well. Also when rounding up suspects, they should start by checking for Garth Brooks' fingerprints. Next Shania Twain's alibi should be verified and the authorities may also want to investigate the whereabouts of Faith Hill, Tracy Lawrence, the Dixie Chicks, and some of those other caterwauling crooners who have infiltrated Nashville and have gotten their songs to pollute the airwaves of so called "new country" radio stations. Once those perps are rounded up and the radio starts playing the Branson bunch again, there will no need for songs like that machination anthem that highlights these latest, greatest, and Straitest hits, but George Straits music will always have a welcome place on country radio."