Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind

Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind

by George Strait

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Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind

Two years after his breakthrough album, Strait From the Heart, George Strait was riding the charts again with perhaps his finest recorded moment. Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind, both the album and the song, were, along with Dwight Yoakam's Guitars, Cadillacs, Etc., Etc., the only real traditional country records on the radio in 1984. And Strait is not a "new traditionalist." He came out of Texas a country singer, and album after album he proved that he was a traditional country singer. The title cut, written by Sanger and Darlene Shafer is one of four they placed on the album, and another, "Honky Tonk Saturday Night," charted as the disc's second single. Jimmy Bowen staggered the tunes here to reflect all of Strait's considerable strengths -- there are hot and jumpy Western swing numbers such as "Any Old Time" and ballads like "You're Dancin' This Dance All Wrong," along with honky tonk weepers such as "I Should Have Watched That First Step." But there are a few barroom ravers as well as the swinging honky tonk of "Love Comes From the Other Side of Town" and the smoking closer "The Fireman." This is the tightest selection of tracks, perfectly sequenced and gorgeously sung by an earthy country singer who was at the very top of his powers. Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind is an enduring classic two decades later and is timeless in its appeal.

Product Details

Release Date: 06/05/2007
Label: Mca Special Products
UPC: 0602517372368
catalogNumber: 000924002
Rank: 4936

Album Credits

Performance Credits

George Strait   Primary Artist,Vocal Harmony
Johnny Gimble   Fiddle,Mandolin
Eddie Bayers   Drums
Larry Byrom   Electric Guitar
Hank DeVito   Steel Guitar
John Hobbs   Keyboards
David Hungate   Bass
Weldon Myrick   Steel Guitar
Randy Scruggs   Acoustic Guitar
Curtis Young   Background Vocals
Reggie Young   Electric Guitar

Technical Credits

George Strait   Producer,Engineer
Jimmy Bowen   Producer,Engineer
Jeff Dayton   Composer
Casey Kelly   Composer
Sanger D. Schafer   Composer
Darlene Shafer   Composer
Sonny Throckmorton   Composer
Steve Tillisch   Engineer
Ron Treat   Engineer
Wayne Kemp   Composer
Jeff Adamoff   Art Direction
Katherine Elizabeth Nicoll   Composer
Mark Vickery   Composer
Dave Hassinger   Engineer
John Porter McMeans   Composer
Fred J. Freiling   Composer

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