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Genres: Country, Pop
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Lorelie L. from CLINTON, MA
Reviewed on 8/7/2006...
Very good. Love his voice. Love this song "Lonely Won't Leave Me Alone".
One of the best true country CD's of the year!
barstoolcowboy | eCowboy.com | 11/08/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"On his sophomore effort, Trace shows his strong baritone voice can prevail on a wide variety of songs from fast to slow. The title cut steps put with one of the biggest guitar licks ever put to country music. Combined with a heavy beat and Trace's strong vocals, this is one of our favorite songs of the year. Trace scores one of the best love songs ever written with his self-penned For The Rest Of Mine which shows Trace's voice at it's best. No one could do this song better. Trace shows his deep gospel roots with his incredible version of Wayfaring Stranger. I've listened to this one track (as well as the title track) hundreds of times on repeat. Trace shows his sense of humor on Took Her To The Moon where he's wondering what he did to make this girl start redecorating his house and totally changing his life. A lot of men will identify. Other great songs are Twenty-Four, Seven, Hold You Now and Lonely Won't Leave Me Alone, where he shows off his falsetto.Trace continues to broaden his scope and reach to the next level. This is one of the best true country CD's of the year. Editor, eCowboy.com"
Not as good as his first, but not bad.
barstoolcowboy | 10/21/1999
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I liked this album. It wasn't as good as his first album, but is not as bad as the Amazon.com review would have you believe. The songs that save this album are "Took Her To The Moon," "Hold You Now," and the best song on the album, "Rest Of Mine." It is a beautiful love song that he wrote for his wife. It was released shortly after my mother and stepfather were married and they loved the song. Overall, he needs to release a better album if he is going to stay in this business much longer."