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Strong Enough
Travis Tritt
Strong Enough
Genres: Country, Pop
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All Artists: Travis Tritt
Title: Strong Enough
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Sbme Special Mkts.
Release Date: 10/31/2006
Genres: Country, Pop
Styles: Today's Country, Neotraditional
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 886970179522

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Strong Enough
Butch | Jasper Al.Str | 05/09/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"After Down the road I go I didn't think Travis could make a better CD, but this is it. Every song onthis cd is great. He has a song for everyone. Travis is like a good wine he keeps getting better with age. It don't get much better than this."
MISTY K. MOORE | PEEBLES, OH United States | 07/23/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This cd is one of Travis' best. His vocals are exceptional and very mature with many songs praising women. As a 13 year fan of Travis Tritt, I have noticed his songs gain much more meaning as he experiences life in different ways. His first song on this cd is called You Can't Count Me Out Yet, I think it's more about his comeback to the music industry with a good upbeat sound. Then next song is Can't Tell Me Nothin', in which I believe is something that every person out there can identify with as being young and naive and knowing it all. The third song is Strong Enough To Be Your Man, a reply to the early 90's song by Sheryl Crowe. It's saying exactly what the title says! The fourth song would be my favorite, Country Ain't Country. It's saying what we all know is true, money has overcome everyone's lives as the race to make more has made people be dishonest, immoral, and in a hurry to get to the next day without stopping to breathe. Now to make the rest of it short and sweet, the other 8 songs are talking about mature true love of a spouse, old forgotten healing songs for the heart, telling irresponsible men to straighten up before they lose the love of their life, staying true to yourself, time to let your hair down and have a little fun, this cd has it all from Travis. For the people that may not buy this cd over what a previous reviewer said about Travis against the Dixie Chicks, it is simply not true. What Travis did do is actually defend the right for an American Citizen to express their opinion. Travis has helped our Veterans for many years with numerous concerts etc.. And what I personally heard him say in the interviews were actually a way the Dixie Chicks could make amends ( in which case he was asked how they could) with the people that they did upset (for exp. U.S. Soldiers) and that was to give free concerts for our soldiers, etc.. At any given point there was not one thing that Travis said against the Dixie Chicks, and like the general American public, he believes that every American person has the right to their opinion. So for all of you that aren't familiar with Travis Tritt's music, I fully recommend this cd, along with his other cd's, for a delightful display of country music at it's best!"
True country
MISTY K. MOORE | 04/30/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Travis is one of the most under rated guys in this business, he just keeps turning out great stuff and he never gets the recognition that he deserves. I like the change and the feel of this CD, it's quite different from some of his usual stuff but that shows his true talents.From strong enough to be your man which is a great love song to Country Ain't Country which is so fitting in the days we now live in. I'm sorry but some of the music that they are playing today isn't country to me, but i'm thankful for travis he has stayed country, he likes to rock somtimes and does well at that to,but he does'nt play the political game, maybe thats why he does'nt get the recognition that he deserves!!!!!!!!!!!, but thats okay as long as the fans like and continue to buy his CD'S and go to see his concerts thats all that natters."