Collin Raye - Tracks album download
|She's All That||3:28|
|I Want To Be There||3:53|
|Couldn't Last A Moment||3:42|
|You Will Always Be Mine||5:00|
|A Long Way To Go||3:41|
|Landing In Love||3:55|
|Loving This Way||3:42|
|You Still Take Me There||3:30|
|Water And Bridges||3:31|
|She's Gonna Fly||4:42|
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Tracks (Collin Raye album). Tracks is the sixth studio album released by country music artist Collin Raye. It contains the singles "Couldn't Last a Moment", "Loving This Way" (also known as "Tired of Loving This Way"), and "You Still Take Me There".
Collin Raye was born Aug. 22, 1960, in DeQueen, AR, with the name Floyd Collin Wray. Both of his parents were musical, and his mother, Lois Wray, was a regionally popular performer in East Texas who opened shows for Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins in the 1950s. At 7, Raye was onstage with her performing.
I Couldn't Last a Moment," which was on its way to the country Top Ten as the album was released, was a song of romantic regret that was typical of the album as a whole. The music sounded about as country as the Eagles, no more, no less, and Raye himself could have been mistaken for Don Henley in one of his smoother moments
Collin Raye, Dann Huff, Paul Worley. Collin Raye "Tracks" (2000) album. She's All That Lyrics. I Want To Be There Lyrics.
The discography for Collin Raye, an American country music singer, comprises 12 studio albums and 39 singles. Four of Raye's singles have reached Number One on the . country singles charts: "Love, Me," "In This Life," "My Kind of Girl" and "I Can Still Feel Yo. Twenty-one of his singles have reached Top 10 on the same chart, including 14 singles reaching the top 10 consecutively between 1991 and 1996.
Tracks" is the sixth studio album released by country music artist Collin Raye. It contains the singles "Couldn't Last a Moment", "Tired of Loving This Way", and "You Still Take Me There". Two of this album's tracks were later cut by Kenny Rogers: "Harder Cards" on his 2003 album "Back to the Well", and "Water and Bridges" on his 2006 album of the same name.
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Tracks (Cass, Album).
Listen to albums and songs from Collin Raye. In 2000, the newly divorced Raye put out an album of lullabies for children, which was quickly followed by a proper album, Tracks. Tracks produced one Top 5 hit before hitting a sales bump. The decline of sales continued with his next release, and Raye and his label parted ways. Live at Billy Bob's was released in 2004, followed by Twenty Years and Change in 2005.
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