It's All About to Change

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It's All About To Change
Studio album by Travis Tritt
Released May 28, 1991
Genre Country
Length 33:22
Label Warner Bros. Nashville
Producer Gregg Brown
Travis Tritt chronology
Country Club
(1990)
It's All About To Change
(1991)
T-R-O-U-B-L-E
(1992)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[1]
Chicago Tribune 3.5/4 stars[2]
Entertainment Weekly A+[3]
Los Angeles Times 2.5/5 stars[4]

It's All About To Change is the American artist Travis Tritt's second album, released on Warner Bros. Records in 1991. The tracks "The Whiskey Ain't Workin'", "Nothing Short of Dying", "Anymore", and "Here's a Quarter (Call Someone Who Cares)" were released as singles; "Bible Belt" also charted from unsolicited airplay. "Anymore" was the second single of Tritt's career to reach Number One on the Hot Country Songs charts. Overall, this is Tritt's highest-certified album; with sales of over three million copies in the U.S., it has been certified 3× Platinum by the RIAA. He recorded the song "Bible Belt" for My Cousin Vinny in collaboration with the band Little Feat, and this placement gained him some exposure.[5]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "The Whiskey Ain't Workin'" (Ronny Scaife, Marty Stuart) – 2:40
  2. "Don't Give Your Heart to a Rambler" (Jimmie Skinner) – 3:40
  3. "Anymore" (Tritt, Jill Colucci) – 3:48
  4. "Here's a Quarter (Call Someone Who Cares)" (Tritt) – 2:32
  5. "Bible Belt" (Tritt) – 2:50
  6. "It's All About to Change" (Tritt) – 3:06
  7. "Nothing Short of Dying" (Tritt) – 3:50
  8. "If Hell Had a Jukebox" (Tritt, Lee Rogers) – 3:17
  9. "Someone For Me" (Tritt, Stewart Harris) – 4:00
  10. "Homesick" (Buddy Buie, J.R. Cobb) – 4:06

Personnel[edit]

Additional musicians on track 5:

  • C. M. B. singers, under direction of Lester Snell:
  • Kimberly Hughes, Matlen Latson, Rosa McLore, Helen Plummer, Sandra Prewitt, Patricia Snell, Robin Snell, Cherry Streeter, Lois Streeter, Willie Streeter, Christine Weston

String quartet (track 9): Strings conducted by Edgar Meyer, and arranged by Edgar Meyer and Kris Wilkinson.

  • Grace Bahng - cello
  • David Davidson - violin
  • Chris Teal - violin
  • Kris Wilkinson - viola
Footnotes
  • A"The Box" is a custom-made steel guitar invented by Paul Franklin.
  • BBill Payne also played piano and organ on tracks 2, 8 and 10.

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (1991) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums 2
U.S. Billboard 200 22
Canadian RPM Country Albums 3

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