The Truth About Men is the eighth studio album released by American country music artist Tracy Byrd and written by Paul Overstreet, Rory Lee Feek and Tim Johnson. Released in 2003 as his final album for RCA Nashville, it features the singles "The Truth About Men", "Drinkin' Bone", and "How'd I Wind Up in Jamaica". Before its release, Byrd charted in the country top 40 with the single "Lately (Been Dreamin' 'bout Babies)", which does not appear on the album.
The Truth About Men is the title track from American country artist, Tracy Byrd’s, tenth album. The song was written by Paul Overstreet. Tracy Byrd is joined on the song by Blake Shelton, Andy Griggs and Montgomery Gentry. The song peaked at 13 on Billboard’s Hot Country Chart. The video was nominated for the 2003 ACMA Vocal Event of the Year.
Tracy Byrd is a bit of a goofball, which is a compliment. Unlike his second wave new traditionalist brethren, he realizes that a good part of country music is having a good time, and he refuses to take things too seriously. For his follow-up, 2003's The Truth About Men, Byrd could have used that big hit to try something else, but he doesn't. He sticks to his tried and true neo-honky tonk and contemporary country ballad formula. True, this album doesn't offer much different than other Byrd records, but song for song, it's one of his finest efforts and a hell of a lot of fun. Track Listing.
Tracy Byrd's brand of new traditionalist country made him a star in the '90s, particularly his playful, good-time party singalongs (though he also turned in the occasional ballad success). Byrd was born in the small rural town of Vidor, Texas, in 1966 and grew up listening to his family's extensive country record collection. When Byrd was 20 years old, he visited a novelty recording studio in a shopping mall and sang over a karaoke-style backing track of "Your Cheatin' Heart . A final album for RCA, Truth About Men, appeared in 2003. Byrd then released Different Things on Blind Mule Records in 2006. An acoustic mix of the album was issued by the label two years later in 2008.
Artists Tracy Byrd The Truth About Men. The Truth About Men Tracy Byrd. The Truth About Men. 2003. This album has an average beat per minute of 113 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 74/148 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. BPM Profile The Truth About Men. Album starts at 110BPM, ends at 126BPM (+16), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Tracy Byrd. Different Things - The Acoustic Mixes.
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|2||You Feel Good|
|3||How'D I Wind Up In Jamaica|
|5||The Truth About Men|
|6||Making Memories Of Us|
|7||That'S What Keeps Her Getting By|
|8||When You Go|
|9||Baby Put Your Clothes On|
|10||Somewhere I Wanna Go|
|11||Ten Rounds With Jose Cuervo (Live Version)|
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