Tim McGraw (album)

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Tim McGraw
Studio album by Tim McGraw
Released April 20, 1993
Genre Country
Length 30:22
Label Curb
Producer Byron Gallimore, Doug Johnson, James Stroud
Tim McGraw chronology
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Tim McGraw is the first album by American country music artist Tim McGraw, released in 1993. It includes the singles "What Room Was the Holiday In",[1] "Welcome to the Club", "Two Steppin' Mind", and "Memory Lane", none of which reached the Top 40 on the country charts. This is the only studio album of McGraw's career not to achieve a music recording sales certification or to enter the Top Country Albums charts. The tracks "Memory Lane" and "Tears in the Rain" were co-written by Joe Diffie, and the former was previously recorded by Keith Palmer on his debut album. "The Only Thing That I Have Left" was previously recorded by George Strait on his Strait from the Heart album

Brian Mansfield and Thom Jurek of Allmusic rated the album two and a half stars out of five, saying that it was not memorable outside its three singles, but that it showed the "roots of [his] individuality".[2]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Welcome to the Club" (André Pesis, Steve Seskin) – 2:54
  2. "Two Steppin' Mind" (Buddy Brock, John Northrup) – 3:01
  3. "The Only Thing That I Have Left" (Clay Blaker) – 3:23
  4. "You Can't Take It With You (When You Go)" (Frank Dycus, Kerry Kurt Phillips) – 2:12
  5. "Ain't No Angels" (Brad Davis, Billy Montana) – 3:06
  6. "Memory Lane" (Joe Diffie, Lonnie Wilson) – 3:25
  7. "Tears in the Rain" (Diffie, Wilson, Wayne Perry) – 3:20
  8. "What She Left Behind" (Paul Nelson, Kenny Beard, Earl Clark) – 2:54
  9. "What Room Was the Holiday In" (Jim Vest, Arti Portilla, Joyce Shoaf) – 3:08
  10. "I Keep It Under My Hat" (Michael Higgins, Phillips, Kent Henderson) – 3:12



  1. ^ "At 39, Tim McGraw looking beyond music". Today. Retrieved 27 November 2013. 
  2. ^ Mansfield, Brian; Thom Jurek. "Tim McGraw - Tim McGraw". Allmusic. Retrieved 8 March 2010.