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Download links and information about Troubadour by George Strait. This album was released in 2008 and it belongs to Country genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 36:07 minutes.

Artist: George Strait
Release date: 2008
Genre: Country
Tracks: 12
Duration: 36:07
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No. Title Length
1. Troubadour 2:56
2. It Was Me 3:09
3. Brothers of the Highway 2:42
4. River of Love 3:15
5. House of Cash (Duet With Patty Loveless) (featuring Patty Loveless) 3:35
6. I Saw God Today 3:23
7. Give Me More Time 3:29
8. When You're In Love 2:49
9. Make Her Fall In Love With Me Song 2:24
10. West Texas Town (Duet With Dean Dillon) (featuring Dean Dillon) 1:59
11. House With No Doors 3:44
12. If Heartaches Were Horses 2:42



In the sentimental title track to Troubadour, George Strait recollects his hell-raising heydays of age 25 while singing seasoned harmonies over parlor pianos and the warm pedal steel notes of a moving honky-tonk ballad. It's a great way to set the tone for an album that follows 2007's award winning It Just Comes Natural. The romantic "It Was Me" follows "Troubadour," recalling the melodies of Richie Adams and Alan Bernstein's "After The Lovin'." Picking things up, the country rocking "Brothers Of The Highway" shifts gears to reveal a newborn trucker's anthem. With its boot stomping roadhouse rhythms, easy-on-the-ears vocals, driving guitar lines, and a chorus that triumphantly sings, "Sailing for the setting sun/ Freedom's your best friend/ Brothers of the highway/ Children of the wind," it's surprising that "I Saw God Today" was chosen to be the first single off Troubadour instead. The sultry voiced Patty Loveless duets with Strait on "House Of Cash," a gripping tribute to the late, great Man In Black and his beloved June. Dean Dillon also lends his velvety pipes on "That West Texas Town," a delightfully anachronistic little western swing revival of a song.