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You’ve heard Gary Gentry’s handiwork as a songwriter on such distinct country music classics as “The Chicken In Black” (Johnny Cash), “Drinkin’ and Drivin’” (Johnny Paycheck), “The Ride” (David Allen Coe, Tim McGraw), “We Didn’t See A Thing” (Ray Charles & George Jones), “1959,” (John Anderson), "Who Cares" (Ray Charles & Janie Frickie), "The Very Best Of Me" and “The One I Loved Back Then (The Corvette Song)” (George Jones), and “Gas & Food Exit (Off I-24)” (Ronny McDowell).

As those and dozens of other hit songs attest, Gary Gentry writes country (as Bill Ellis so aptly wrote in the Memphis Commercial Appeal) “the way it was meant to be written: unapologetically real, funny, and truthful. On this, his debut album, he also sounds the way country used to sound, the honky-tonk steeped, working man’s soundtrack to a life that still enjoys, as the opening tune states, ‘cowboys, turquoise, and Thunderbird wine.’ Singing like Waylon’s rowdy yet philosophical cousin, Gary delivers ten timeless sides here.”

Among the stand out tracks Gary saved for himself to sing, and which are included on this set, check out “If The Lord Made Anything Better Than A Woman,” “Jesus Got Me Over You,” “If I Couldn’t Live In Texas,” and “The World’s Three Greatest Lies.”

 
   
 

 

COWBOYS, TURQUOISE, AND
THUNDERBIRD WINE
 

IF THE LORD MADE ANYTHING BETTER THAN A WOMAN
 

DAWG
 
GAS AND FOOD EXIT (OFF I-24)
 
JESUS GOT ME OVER YOU
 
BUBBA GOT ABDUCTED BY A UFO
 
IF I COULDN’T LIVE IN TEXAS
 
THE WORLD’S THREE GREATEST LIES
 
WHAT ABOUT ME
 

I’M GONNA LIVE

  
 

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