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My Kind of Country


Download links and information about My Kind of Country by Van Zant. This album was released in 2007 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Country genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 42:15 minutes.

Artist: Van Zant
Release date: 2007
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Country
Tracks: 11
Duration: 42:15
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No. Title Length
1. Train 3:54
2. These Colors Don't Run 4:22
3. Goes Down Easy 3:40
4. That Scares Me 3:23
5. My Kind of Country 3:19
6. The Hardest Thing 4:01
7. It's Only Money 3:19
8. We Can't Do It Alone 4:21
9. Friend 3:51
10. It's All About You 3:58
11. Headed South 4:07



Let’s state it plain: Johnny and Donnie Van Zant don’t need to prove their rebel credentials to anybody. As the respective lead singers for Lynyrd Skynyrd and .38 Special, these siblings are living symbols of diehard Dixie spirit. Over the past decade, the Van Zants have found Nashville increasingly hospitable to the sort of guitar-spiked Southern rock that they (and late, great brother Ronnie) helped pioneer decades ago. As might be expected, there are boozy rave-ups (“Goes Down Easy”), hard-charging survivor anthems (“Train”), toasts to America’s fighting forces (“These Colors Don’t Run”) and pugnacious testaments of faith (“We Can’t Do It Alone”). The best tracks here deal with the realities of growing older. “That Scares Me” finds the Van Zants struggling to explain themselves to the younger generation, while “Headed South” reflects upon the rigors of the road. It’s in songs like these that Johnny and Donnie rise above the formulaic and speak with the sort of honesty only true rebels can afford.