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I'm a Texan
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Album: I'm a Texan
# Song Title   Time
1)    Come on In
2)    I'm a Texan
3)    Stompin' Grounds
4)    Hand Me Another of Those
5)    Draggin' Leather
6)    It's True
7)    Honky Tonk Hardwood Floor
8)    Dark End of the Street, The
9)    Make It a Double
10)    One Night
11)    Those Memories
12)    Two More Fools
 

Album: I'm a Texan
# Song Title   Time
1)    Come on In
2)    I'm a Texan
3)    Stompin' Grounds
4)    Hand Me Another of Those
5)    Draggin' Leather
6)    It's True
7)    Honky Tonk Hardwood Floor
8)    Dark End of the Street, The
9)    Make It a Double
10)    One Night
11)    Those Memories
12)    Two More Fools
 
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Performer Notes
  • Personnel includes: Gary Stewart (vocals); Charlie McCoy (harmonica); Tracy Nelson (background vocals).
  • Personnel: Gary Stewart (vocals, guitar, piano); Biff Watson, Bill Hullett, Dino Zimmerman (guitar, acoustic guitar); Reggie Young (electric guitar); Paul Franklin , Steve Hinson (steel guitar); Hank Singer (fiddle); Charlie McCoy (harmonica); David Briggs (piano); Fred Bogert (keyboards); Jerry Kroon, Milton Sledge (drums).
  • Recording information: Creative Workshop, Nashville, TN; House Of David Studios, Nashville, TN; Studio C, Nashville, TN.
  • Director: David Briggs .
  • Photographer: Andrew Long.
  • More impassioned than ever, Stewart continues to excel at raw-boned honky tonk and revved-up country-rock. The songs don't all live up to his treatment, but when they do, as on "Honky Tonk Hardwood Floor" or the inviting "Come on In," he reveals the timidity that undercuts the new traditionalists of the modern country era. ~ Michael McCall
Professional Reviews
Rolling Stone (2/10/94, p.46) - "...his voice sounds like hands shaking after too much whiskey...more a benediction for a bygone era that boastful Lone Star swagger...."

Spin (2/94, p.73) - "...Gary Stewart's voice is as fragile as the membrane of ice that sometimes forms in the toilet bowl of an unheated bathroom on a freezing day. It always breaks at a certain inflection, than regathers itself, but then here comes that hurtful note again and you can't help but hear the splash of his calloused heart....this is the best sort of vicarious honky tonk experience..."
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