Radney Foster - Labor Of Love mp3 album
Labor of Love is the second studio album by American country music artist Radney Foster. It was released in 1995 on Arista Records, peaking at on the Billboard Top Country Albums charts and producing three chart singles. It was also his final release for Arista Nashville, although his third album - 1999's See What You Want to See - was issued on Arista Austin.
Tracklist: 1. Willin’ To Walk, 2. Labor Of Love, 3. My Whole Wide World, 4. Never Say Die, 5. Jesse’s Soul, 6. Everybody Gets The Blues, 7. If It Were Me, 8. Broke Down, 9. Precious Pearl, 10. Last Chance For Love, 11. Walkin’ Talkin’ Woman, 12. Making It Up As I Go Along. 3. My Whole Wide World.
Exclusively for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). It's a solid album, though it doesn't capture his full potential. At the time, Radney was coming off the success of "Del Rio,TX 1959", an album that scored him a few top 20 hits. I think he was still striving for radio singles, perhaps a little too much so. This album was about as mainstream as he ever got. However, Radney's received a little too much heat for this one. Mainstream Radney is still better than 98% of what's out there. There are two standout tracks, "Last Chance For Love" and "Making It Up As I Go Along"
Bespectacled Radney Foster, once half of Foster & Lloyd, doesn't look like a typical country star. But wait'll you hear LABOR OF LOVE. As deeply traditional as the giants who have influenced him, the Texas singer-songwriter is pure country on his second solo album. Everybody Gets The Blues" is a straightforward tribute to Waylon Jennings, while the shuffling swath of steel "Walkin' Talkin' Woman" is played under the influence of Buck Owens. But Foster is equally inspired by rock artists; his is a contemporary approach, with deep roots and universal.
We've been burning that candle down Both ends at the same time There ain't enough money in this town To make it worth working so hard Honey nothings worth growing so cold That you lose your heart and soul So day by day we've gotta spend some time On the labor of love It's the give and take when.
Album by Radney Foster. Never Say Die. Jesse's Soul. Everybody Gets The Blues. If It Were Me. Broke Down. Last Chance For Love. Walkin' Talkin' Woman. MusicBrainz: Labor Of Love.
|1||Willin' To Walk||2:39|
|2||Labor Of Love||3:38|
|3||My Whole Wide World||4:31|
|4||Never Say Die||4:08|
|6||Everybody Gets The Blues||3:04|
|7||If It Were Me||4:40|
|10||Last Chance For Love||4:05|
|11||Walkin' Talkin' Woman||2:37|
|12||Making It Up As I Go Along||4:35|
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 07822 18757 2
|07822 18757-2||Radney Foster||Labor Of Love (CD, Album, Club)||Arista||07822 18757-2||US||1994|
|07822 18757-4||Radney Foster||Labor Of Love (Cass, Album)||Arista||07822 18757-4||US||1994|
|ARCD-8757||Radney Foster||Labor Of Love (CD, Album, Club)||Arista||ARCD-8757||US||1994|
|07822 18757-4, 07822-18757-4||Radney Foster||Labor Of Love (Cass, Album, Dol)||Arista, Arista||07822 18757-4, 07822-18757-4||Canada||1994|
|07822 18757-4||Radney Foster||Labor Of Love (Cass, Album, Club)||Arista||07822 18757-4||US||1994|