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Strong Enough [Travis Tritt]


  • 1. You Can't Count Me out Yet
    2. Can't Tell Me Nothin'
    3. Strong Enough to Be Your Man
    4. Country Ain't Country
    5. If You're Gonna Straighten Up (Brother Now's the Time)
    6. Doesn't Anyone Hurt Anymore
    7. You Really Wouldn't Want Me That Way
    8. I Don't Ever Want Her to Feel That Way Again
    9. Time to Get Crazy
    10. Now I've Seen It All
    11. God Must Be a Woman
    12. I Can't Seem to Get Over You
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 86660

  • Credits
    Producer
    EngineerSteve Tillisch

    Personnel: Travis Tritt (vocals); Billy Joe Walke, Jr. (acoustic & electric guitars); Mac McAnally (acoustic guitar); Brent Mason, Reggie Young (electric guitar); Dan Dugmore (steel guitar); Wanda Vick (dobro, fiddle); Aubrey Haynie (fiddle); Bob Mason (cello); Kirk Johnson (harmonica); Glen Worf,
    Mike Brignardello (bass); Gregg Morrow (drums); Eddie Bayers, Eric Darken (percussion); Lisa Cochran, Neil Thrasher, Melodie Crittenden, John Cowan, Andrea Zonn, Curtis Young (background vocals).
    Producers: Travis Tritt, Billy Joe Walker, Jr.
    Recorded at Emerald Sound and Our Place Studios, Nashville, Tennessee and The Sound Studios, Norcross, Georgia.
    Personnel: Travis Tritt (vocals, background vocals); Mac McAnally (acoustic guitar); Billy Joe Walker, Jr., Marty Stuart, Reggie Young , Brent Mason (electric guitar); Dan Dugmore (steel guitar); Aubrey Haynie (fiddle); John Jarvis (piano, keyboards); Greg Morrow (drums); Eric Darken, Eddie Bayers (percussion); Curtis Young, John Cowan, Lisa Cochran, Melodie Crittenden, Neil Thrasher, Andrea Zonn, Wes Hightower (background vocals).
    Audio Mixers: Chuck Ainlay; Ed Seay.
    Recording information: Emerald Sound Studios, Nashville, TN; Our Place Studio, Nashville, TN; Tree Sound Studios, Norcross, GA.
    With 2002's STRONG ENOUGH, Travis Tritt continues building on the success of his 2000 comeback DOWN THE ROAD I GO. Although his acceptance into the inner sanctum of Music Row remains a foregone conclusion, Tritt continues to cling to the Waylon-inspired country-rock roots that initially made Nashville decision-makers wary of the long-haired, leather-clad maverick who arrived on the scene in the early '90s. Whether he's doling out "Strong Enough To Be Your Man," (an answer song to Sheryl Crow's 1993 smash "Strong Enough"), or delivering the Southern boogie of "Time To Get Crazy," this Georgia native continues to dally with the unconventional (for mainstream country, that is).
    Other highlights include "I Can't Seem To Get Over You" a chugging country-rocker co-written with Marty Stuart in response to Waylon Jennings's death, along with poignant ballads "I Don't Ever Want To Make Her Feel That Way" and the eyebrow-raising "God Must Be A Woman." After a few turns through STRONG ENOUGH, Tritt's statements of intent on the strutting twang-fest "You Can't Count Me Out Yet" sound entirely believable.

  • Critic Reviews
    Entertainment Weekly (9/27/02, p.87) - "...Tritt ahs demonstrated new soulfulness in his repertoire and vocals....his best performances lying in mainstream country..." - Rating: A-
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