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50 Number Ones

  • List Price: $24.98
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  • Seller:RAREWAVES-IMPORTS
  • Sales Rank:503
  • Language:English (Unknown)
  • Media:Audio CD
  • Number Of Discs:1
  • Discs:2
  • Shipping Weight (lbs):0.2
  • Dimensions (in):5 x 5.5 x 0.5
  • Publication Date:October 5, 2004
  • MPN:45902
  • UPC:008817039022
  • EAN:0008817039022
  • ASIN:B0000CE752
Availability:Usually ships in 1-2 business days

Disc 1 Tracks
  • I Hate Everything
  • Fool Hearted Memory
  • A Fire I Can't Put Out
  • You Look So Good In Love
  • Right Or Wrong
  • Let's Fall To Pieces Together
  • Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind?
  • The Chair
  • Nobody In His Right Mind Would've Left Her
  • It Ain't Cool To Be Crazy About You
  • Ocean Front Property
  • All My Ex's Live In Texas
  • Am I Blue
  • Famous Last Words Of A Fool
  • Baby Blue
  • If You Ain't Lovin' (You Ain't Livin')
  • Baby's Gotten Good At Goodbye
  • What's Going On In Your World
  • Ace In The Hole
  • Love Without End, Amen
  • I've Come To Expect It From You
  • If I Know Me
  • You Know Me Better Than That
  • The Chill Of An Early Fall
  • So Much Like My Dad
  • I Cross My Heart
Disc 2 Tracks
  • Heartland
  • Easy Come, Easy Go
  • I'd Like To Have That One Back
  • The Man In Love With You
  • The Big One
  • You Can't Make A Heart Love Somebody
  • Lead On
  • Check Yes Or No
  • I Know She Still Loves Me
  • Blue Clear Sky
  • Carried Away
  • I Can Still Make Cheyenne
  • One Night At A Time
  • Carrying Your Love With Me
  • Today My World Slipped Away
  • Round About Way
  • I Just Want To Dance With You
  • TRUE
  • We Really Shouldn't Be Doing This
  • Write This Down
  • The Best Day
  • Go On
  • Run
  • Living and Living Well
  • She'll Leave You With A Smile


Editorial Reviews:
Synopsis
For over twenty years George has remained at the forefront in an industry always looking for the fresh new thing. George's always consistent vocals, song quality and constant charm have continued to earn the respect of his peers and audiences alike. This first ever collection of George's 50 #1 career singles is a 2-CD set including 'I Hate Everything' the new single showing signs that George isn't satisfied with just 50 #1's.
Amazon.com
When George Strait's "She'll Leave You With a Smile" moved to the top of the country charts in early 2003, the handsome Lone Star crooner bested Conway Twitty for the most No. 1 singles by a solo artist. This collection of 50 chart-toppers, spanning 22 years, showcases the Cadillac of country singers at his best, blending traditional and contemporary stylings, but never straying too far from the core of his Texas barroom sound. "Fool Hearted Memory," from 1982, proves that Strait had his uncluttered production and straightforward vocal approach down from the start, no matter how many producers guided him to his peak. Through the years, the path to superstardom dictated that he trade the crisp Western swing of "Right or Wrong" and "Ace in the Hole" for squishy, mid-tempo crowd pleasers like "Check Yes or No" and "Write This Down." But he redeemed himself with such poignant heartbreakers as "So Much Like My Dad" and "…Smile." This retrospective's one new track, "I Hate Everything," about a man in a bar who's besotted more from pain than whiskey, doesn't match up with the singer's best material, but it's still got that irresistible Strait hook: average-guy sincerity wrapped in a down-to-earth heart. --Alanna Nash

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