Don't Give Your Heart to a Rambler - Travis Tritt, Skinner, Jimmy
Anymore - Travis Tritt, Colucci, Jill
Here's a Quarter (Call Someone Who Cares) - Travis Tritt, Tritt, Travis
Bible Belt - Travis Tritt, Tritt, Travis
It's All About to Change - Travis Tritt, Tritt, Travis
Nothing Short of Dying - Travis Tritt, Tritt, Travis
If Hell Had a Jukebox - Travis Tritt, Rogers, Lee
Someone for Me - Travis Tritt, Harris, Stewart
Homesick - Travis Tritt, Buie, Buddy
Travis Tritt doesn't fit the mold of the '90s country star. His music reflects his persona. He's longhaired rather than clean-cut; leathered rather than blue-jeaned; brash rather than polite. His second album, It's All Abo... more »ut to Change, is where he put it all together. Subtle production flourishes highlight Tritt's hearty voice on ballads such as "Anymore." Just as importantly, he infuses a raucous playfulness into a rocker like "The Whiskey Ain't Workin'" and the witty, mid-tempo kiss-off "Here's a Quarter (Call Someone Who Cares)." It's here that Tritt emerged as the slightly more reconstructed cousin of Hank Williams Jr., a persona he wears well. --Michael McCall« less
Travis Tritt doesn't fit the mold of the '90s country star. His music reflects his persona. He's longhaired rather than clean-cut; leathered rather than blue-jeaned; brash rather than polite. His second album, It's All About to Change, is where he put it all together. Subtle production flourishes highlight Tritt's hearty voice on ballads such as "Anymore." Just as importantly, he infuses a raucous playfulness into a rocker like "The Whiskey Ain't Workin'" and the witty, mid-tempo kiss-off "Here's a Quarter (Call Someone Who Cares)." It's here that Tritt emerged as the slightly more reconstructed cousin of Hank Williams Jr., a persona he wears well. --Michael McCall
This is not the upc code for my cd, because all I have is the cd, I used this one because it had the cover to it.
This is an older CD but all the songs are really good!
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It All did change for Traviss tritt with this album!!!
Shawn Downs | East Dublin Ga. | 09/27/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Its all about to change gave Travis tritt the recognition he so badly deserved.It turned out some major hits The whiskey aint working with marty stuart, Anymore,Heres a quarter call someone who cares,Bible belt,And nothing short of dying.I have a video taped show of the night that Marty presented Travis with a plaque saying hes sold over a million copies of the cd Well, lets take a look at what made this album special.The whiskey aint working is a song about a guy trying to drink away his ex but, the whiskey aint working anymore!Dont give your heart to a rambler is a song about a guy warning a girl thats falling for him not to fall in love with him because he wont stay with her because hes a rambler.Anymore is a good song about a guy that cant hold back his feelings for the girl he loves he cant keep pretending he dont love her anymore.Heres a quarter a song travis wrote about the day he was served divorce papers and his ex trys to reconsile with him he says nope weve gone this far so lets go on through with it so he tells her heres a quarter call someone who cares because he dont anymore!!!Bible belt is about a woman falling into sin in a church with the preacher,and how their sin led a lot of folks a stray but, tritt says its tough when your dealing with the devil!Its all about to change the title track a very well wrote song about a guy fed up with the way his girl is treating him and Travis wrote it himself.So, he gets enough of it and says its all about to change starting now!!!If hell had a juke box is kinda a humorous song about a guy trying to get back together with his ex and she simply tells him to go to hell and he says if hell had a jukebox thats right where i would be! Someone for me is a good song to describe how it feels to want to be with someone and that your tired of being alone.A line in the song says will there ever be someone for me.And to end with a bang is a rocking tune Travis kicks butt on homesick very uptempo the title describes the whole message the song is trying to convey So, i think now you see why it all did change this album boosted tritt into stardom So, if you want a great tritt cd this is definatly the one to get!!!Travis tritts the real deal!!!"
It WAS all about to change
jekyllnhyde | NJ | 01/03/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)
"The title turned out to be prophetic, as Tritt's career took off after the release of this CD. Though it followed the same formula of its predecessor (a couple of romantic ballads, a Southern-rocker & a few up-tempo country tunes), the formula DOES work. Highlights include the huge radio hits "Here's a Quarter" & "Anymore", as well as Tritt's duet with Marty Stuart, "The Whiskey Ain't Workin'". Southern rock fans will love the scorching "Homesick" which closes things out."
Cami Lee Younggren | Hallock, Mn USA | 09/09/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Travis Tritt is great, there aren't many people who have such a range, masterfully singing everything from ballads and classic country to rocking country. He is one of the few who truly has emotion in his voice,highly recommend this cd and any of his to anyone who appreciates talent from a musician."
Shawn Downs | 12/19/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I LOVE COUNTRY MUSIC AND I THINK TRAVIS TRITT IS VERY INTELLIGENT AND HAS A BEAUTIFUL VOICE, NOT TO MENTION VERY GOOD LOOKING.LOVE YA TRAV"
Shawn Downs | 11/18/1998
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This Travis Tritt CD has GREAT songs on it, and the singing is just fabulous. This CD is definitely worth purchasing, just like all of Travis Tritt's CD's. What a talent!!!!"