Live: It Was Just a Matter of Time

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Where live albums such as Radney Foster's spectacular Are You Ready for the Big Show? may serve to introduce mostly new songs to his audience, New Traditionalist pioneer Randy Travis treads on more traditional ground -- the live album as greatest hits -- with equally stunning results. Travis, his vocals resonant with echoes of Lefty Frizzell and George Jones, is at his very apex as an interpreter here, whether he's being frisky on "Better Class of Losers" co-written with Alan Jackson, avuncular and worldy wise on the philosophical ballad "Spirit of a Boy, Wisdom of a Man," or scintillatingly bluesy on a cover of the Brook Benton classic "Just a Matter of Time." The ...
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Barnes & Noble - David McGee
Where live albums such as Radney Foster's spectacular Are You Ready for the Big Show? may serve to introduce mostly new songs to his audience, New Traditionalist pioneer Randy Travis treads on more traditional ground -- the live album as greatest hits -- with equally stunning results. Travis, his vocals resonant with echoes of Lefty Frizzell and George Jones, is at his very apex as an interpreter here, whether he's being frisky on "Better Class of Losers" co-written with Alan Jackson, avuncular and worldy wise on the philosophical ballad "Spirit of a Boy, Wisdom of a Man," or scintillatingly bluesy on a cover of the Brook Benton classic "Just a Matter of Time." The Travis canon, though, rides roughshod over everything else: "On the Other Hand," "Forever and Ever Amen," "Diggin' Up Bones," "Hard Rock Bottom of Your Heart," and a medley of monuments such as "Storms of Life," "Is It Still Over," "Honky Tonk Moon" and others, works those heartstrings in the way only a masterful artist can. Toss in a couple of fine songs from his spiritual album, Inspirational Journey "Shallow Water" and "Baptism", and you've been treated to set of songs as fresh as the day they were released. Timeless, as some would say.
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  • Release Date: 8/28/2001
  • Label: Image Entertainment
  • UPC: 014381074420
  • Catalog Number: 744

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Randy Travis Primary Artist
Lance Dary Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin, Background Vocals
Steve Hinson Steel Guitar
Herb Shucher Drums
Technical Credits
Skip Ewing Composer
Paul Overstreet Composer
Randy Travis Composer
Michel Camilo Composer
Max D. Barnes Composer
Glen Burtnik Composer
Al Gore Composer
James Hicks Composer
Alan Jackson Composer
Kyle Lehning Producer
Russell Smith Composer
Nat Stuckey Composer
Trey Bruce Composer
Max T. Barnes Composer
Don Schlitz Composer
Keith Follesé Composer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Still a stylist

    Randy's live album demonstrates exactly why this artist is still on the scene (dispite a lack of radio support for his releases in the last decade)and has become one of the most beloved,country artists of all time! The warmth and sincerity of his vocal's, draws the listener in,as the story of his songs unfold.Be it up tempo, ''Better Class Of Losers'' or heart tugging,''Spirit of a Boy, Wisdom of a Man'', they are designed to do one thing, entertain. His obvious ability to connect with an audience is unmistakable here. It comes through in the live cd, but the DVD really brings it home in vivid,dramatic conclusion! One of the best Live albums &(DVD's) ever put forth! May we continue to hear and see much more such efforts from this very expressive and talented performer!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Tradition At Its Best

    This is not Randy's first live album. He recorded his first, titled Randy Ray Live At The Nashville Palace, almost two decades ago. Though times have changed, Travis still sounds and looks great. I have bought other live albums, and they are not as great as this one.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Great sounding live cd

    This live cd is of excellent sound quality. Randy Travis is at his best here.

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