Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Album Review: Love is Everything by George Strait

This is George Strait's 28th studio album. You pretty much know what you will get from Mr. Strait and that's what you get here. If you are a big George Strait fan then you'll like this album just as you've liked all the ones before. If, like me, you tend to be a picky George Strait listener, there isn't much here of interest. There are no real standout songs here.

If you want some nice country music to throw on as background music you can never really go wrong with George Strait and that is the same for this album, but it's not going to do anything to grab your attention.

Following the Rhapsody rating method I give it 1 out of 5 stars for Just OK.


  1. I like a lot of George Strait songs, although I'm sure he does a lot of very mediocre songs. I like "Love Without End, Amen."

    George Strait has become a popular symbol of classic country music. Here are some lyrics from an Eric Church song called "Love Your Love the Most":

    "Man I love how Red Man tastes
    Damn I love my NASCAR race
    Any song sung by George Strait
    Is Country at its best."

  2. I guess all popular music types identify and rally around particular symbols, but country and hip-hop both seem so fiercely loyal to theirs.