Little Texas (album)

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Little Texas
Studio album by Little Texas
Released April 22, 1997 (1997-04-22)
Genre Country
Length 34:09
Label Warner Bros. Nashville
Producer Christy DiNapoli
Doug Grau
James Stroud
Little Texas chronology
Greatest Hits
Little Texas
The Very Best of Little Texas: Live and Loud
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Little Texas is a self-titled album released in 1997 by the country music group Little Texas. It was their last album for Warner Bros. Records. "Bad for Us", "Your Mama Won't Let Me" and "The Call" were all released from this album, peaking at numbers 45, 64 and 71, respectively, on the Billboard country charts, making this the first album of Little Texas' career not to produce any Top 40 country hits.

This is also the only album to feature Jeff Huskins on keyboards; Huskins replaced former keyboardist/vocalist Brady Seals, who had departed for a solo career. In addition, it is the last album to feature lead vocalist Tim Rushlow. After Little Texas disbanded at the end of 1997, Rushlow departed for a solo career; Gray, Howell, O'Brien, and Propes re-established the band seven years later, with Steven Troy briefly serving as lead vocalist.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Loud and Proud" (Porter Howell, Sam Gay) - 3:31
  2. "Bad for Us" (Howell, Dwayne O'Brien, Tom Shapiro) - 3:14
  3. "Ain't No Time to Be Afraid" (Howell, Allen Shamblin) - 4:00
  4. "Long Way Down" (Bob DiPiero, Howell, O'Brien) - 2:54
  5. "Your Mama Won't Let Me" (Del Gray, Thom McHugh, Keith Follesé) - 3:00
  6. "All in the Line of Love" (Howell, O'Brien, Stephen Allen Davis) - 3:35
  7. "Living in a Bullseye" (Walt Aldridge, DiPiero) - 3:10
  8. "The Call" (Aldridge, Tim Rushlow) - 4:22
  9. "Yesterday's Gone Forever" (O'Brien, Jim Rushing) - 3:23
  10. "If I Don't Get Enough of You" (Howell, Chuck Jones) - 3:00


Little Texas[edit]

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Chart performance[edit]

Chart (1997) Peak
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums 47