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Download links and information about Anthology by Don Williams. This album was released in 2000 and it belongs to Country genres. It contains 40 tracks with total duration of 02:05:33 minutes.

Artist: Don Williams
Release date: 2000
Genre: Country
Tracks: 40
Duration: 02:05:33
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No. Title Length
1. Come Early Morning 3:06
2. Amanda 3:08
3. Atta Way to Go 2:48
4. The Shelter of Your Eyes 2:56
5. We Should Be Together 3:02
6. I Wouldn't Want to Live If You Didn't Love Me 2:58
7. The Ties That Bind 2:36
8. You're My Best Friend (Single Version) 2:44
9. (Turn Out the Light And) Love Me Tonight [Single Version] 2:20
10. Till the Rivers All Run Dry (Single Version) 3:25
11. Say It Again (Single Version) 2:56
12. She Never Knew Me (Single Version) 2:45
13. Some Broken Hearts Never Mend (Single Version) 2:45
14. I'm Just a Country Boy (Single Version) 3:02
15. I've Got a Winner In You 2:34
16. Rake and Ramblin' Man (Single Version) 2:51
17. Tulsa Time (Single Version) 3:08
18. Lay Down Beside Me 2:51
19. It Must Be Love (Single Version) 2:27
20. Love Me Over Again (Single Version) 2:56
21. Good Ole Boys Like Me (Single Version) 4:09
22. I Believe In You (Single Version) 4:01
23. Falling Again 2:47
24. Miracles 3:00
25. Lord, I Hope This Day Is Good (Single Version) 4:03
26. If I Needed You (featuring Emmylou Harris) 3:33
27. Listen to the Radio 3:10
28. If Hollywood Don't Need You (Single Version) 3:10
29. Love Is On a Roll (Single Version) 3:39
30. Nobody but You 2:38
31. That's the Thing About Love (Single Version) 3:36
32. Maggie's Dream 4:06
33. Walkin' a Broken Heart 3:02
34. We've Got a Good Fire Goin' 3:15
35. Heartbeat In the Darkness 3:48
36. Then It's Love 3:26
37. I've Been Loved By the Best 3:32
38. Back In My Younger Days 3:12
39. True Love 2:50
40. Just As Long As I Have You 3:18



Spanning two discs, 20 years, and 40 songs, Hip-O's Anthology is a definitive overview of Don Williams' hit-making peak, containing the cream of his chart-topping country smashes. It's neatly divided, with the first disc devoted to his '70s work, the second to his '80s, and if the first is a bit stronger, it's only because it's more interesting to hear an artist hit his stride than settling into a signature sound. Still, there are great moments throughout both discs, all offering definitive proof that Williams' laid-back, warm country-pop was as good as mainstream country-pop got — it was lush and accessible, but with real country roots, unlike many of his peers.