My Baby Don't Tolerate

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My Baby Don't Tolerate
Studio album by Lyle Lovett
Released 2003
Genre Country
Length 56:45
Label Lost Highway
Producer Billy Williams
Lyle Lovett chronology
Smile
(2003)
My Baby Don't Tolerate
(2003
It's Not Big It's Large
(2007)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars link

My Baby Don't Tolerate is an album recorded by Lyle Lovett and released in 2003.

On Tolerate, Lovett favors his country side a bit more than his many other facets. While long-time fans were reportedly disappointed with the album's pop-flavored opening track "Cute as a Bug", many of the other songs demonstrated his strengths as a storyteller. Oddly, the album ends with two gospel songs with remarkably similar names, which some critics decried as an overly precious attempt at enforced quirkiness. Nonetheless, Tolerate garnered very positive responses and respectable sales figures.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Cute as a Bug"
  2. "My Baby Don't Tolerate"
  3. "The Truck Song"
  4. "In My Own Mind"
  5. "Nothing But a Good Ride"
  6. "Big Dog"
  7. "You Were Always There"
  8. "Wallisville Road" (Ray Herndon)
  9. "Working Too Hard"
  10. "San Antonio Girl"
  11. "Nashville"
  12. "Election Day" (Blaze Foley)
  13. "I'm Going to Wait"
  14. "I'm Going to the Place"

Notes[edit]

Lovett was nominated for a 2004 Grammy in the category Best Male Country Vocal Performance for "In My Own Mind".

My Baby Don't Tolerate is Lovett's first album of original material since 1996's The Road to Ensenada as well as his first album released through Lost Highway Records.

Two tracks, "The Truck Song" and "San Antonio Girl", were previously released on the 2001 collection Anthology, Vol. 1: Cowboy Man.

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (2003) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums 7
U.S. Billboard 200 63