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  1. Country just wouldn't be country without Hank Sr. And the 20 songs on this CD are the biggest and best of Hank.
    Recordings: Country · 1020 Hits · Posted on 8/10/2001 by John Myers (8868)
  2. 24 Greatest Hits by George Jones (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    24 of George Jones's biggest hits from the 1960's and early 70's this is an excellent album with a lot of the Possum's greats.
    Recordings: Country · 741 Hits · Posted on 1/30/2001 by John Myers (8868)
  3. 36 All-Time Greatest Hits by George Jones (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    A set with some of the Possum's greatest and best hits.
    Recordings: Country · 817 Hits · Posted on 8/23/2001 by John Myers (8868)
  4. Alan Jackson's third hit album continued his trend of excellent music and traditional country.
    Recordings: Country · 758 Hits · Posted on 5/19/2001 by John Myers (8868)
  5. After Awhile by Jimmie Dale Gilmore (4.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Tasteful, sophisticated alt-country.
    Recordings: Country · 774 Hits · Posted on 9/25/2000 by Howard Owens (3129)
  6. This is a great value for any country fan and any Alan Jackson fan. It contains 20 songs of one of country's greatest recording artists.
    Recordings: Country · 857 Hits · Posted on 1/23/2001 by John Myers (8868)
  7. Big Thinkin' by Dallas Wayne (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Good ole honky tonk.
    Recordings: Country · 612 Hits · Posted on 1/2/2001 by Howard Owens (3129)
  8. Sweet harmonies, a steady rhythm and a rock and roll attitude.
    Recordings: Country · 685 Hits · Posted on 2/21/2001 by Howard Owens (3129)
  9. Calm Before The Storm by Paul Brandt (3.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Strong and weak points here.
    Recordings: Country · 1099 Hits · Posted on 5/15/2001 by Daniel Mckee (3210)
  10. An excellent album by a talented artist. It is also a great value with over 70 minutes of great country, rock/country, and cowboy style music.
    Recordings: Country · 809 Hits · Posted on 1/25/2001 by John Myers (8868)
  11. Cold Hard Truth by George Jones (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Another great helping of classic country, George Jones style.
    Recordings: Country · 625 Hits · Posted on 8/22/2001 by John Myers (8868)
  12. Some of the greatest songs by one of the greatest bands done by some of the greats of country music.
    Recordings: Country · 877 Hits · Posted on 2/22/2001 by John Myers (8868)
  13. Country Club by Travis Tritt (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Travis Tritt was off and running with his first album. A lot of excellent songs that run the border between country and southern rock.
    Recordings: Country · 799 Hits · Posted on 2/9/2001 by John Myers (8868)
  14. Dare To Dream by Billy Gilllman (1.5 Stars · 2 Reviews)
    Yuck.
    Recordings: Country · 603 Hits · Posted on 10/21/2001 by Daniel Mckee (3210)
  15. Dark And Bloody Ground by Trohpy Husbands (4.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Country and Western with the emphasis on Western. A little bit of Gene Autry or Marty Robbins with a modern sensibility.
    Recordings: Country · 638 Hits · Posted on 1/2/2001 by Howard Owens (3129)
  16. Don't Rock The Jukebox by Alan Jackson (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Alan Jackson's superb follow-up to "Here In The Real World", this album is full of excellent songs.
    Recordings: Country · 750 Hits · Posted on 5/19/2001 by John Myers (8868)
  17. DOUBLE LIVE by Garth Brooks (4.5 Stars · 2 Reviews)
    One of country's hottest acts brings the live performance to a cd.
    Recordings: Country · 1157 Hits · Posted on 4/18/2001 by Daniel Mckee (3210)
  18. Down The Road I Go by Travis Tritt (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Travis Tritt's latest album is awesome. It just sizzles with the high energy music that has become Tritt's trademark.
    Recordings: Country · 915 Hits · Posted on 1/18/2001 by John Myers (8868)
  19. A little bit of country and a whole lot of rockabilly. Blistering guitars.
    Recordings: Country · 848 Hits · Posted on 1/2/2001 by Howard Owens (3129)
  20. Drive by Alan Jackson (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Alan Jackson's 2002 release is an awesome CD with excellent music that clearly comes from the heart, including the powerful Where Were You song.
    Recordings: Country · 1107 Hits · Posted on 1/19/2002 by John Myers (8868)