This Is Me (Randy Travis album)

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This Is Me
Studio album by Randy Travis
Released April 26, 1994
Genre Country
Length 33:40
Label Warner Bros. Nashville
Producer Kyle Lehning
Randy Travis chronology
Wind in the Wire
(1993)Wind in the Wire1993
This Is Me
Full Circle
(1996)Full Circle1996
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]
Chicago Tribune 2/4 stars[2]
Entertainment Weekly A-[3]
Q 4/5 stars[4]
Robert Christgau (1-star Honorable Mention)[5]
Rolling Stone 4/5 stars[6]

This Is Me is the ninth studio album by country music star Randy Travis, and was released on April 26, 1994 by Warner Bros.. Producer Kyle Lehning, Travis, and A&R Martha Sharp considered more than 1,000 songs before settling on the final ten.[7] The tracks "Before You Kill Us All", "Whisper My Name", "This Is Me", and "The Box" were all released as singles, peaking at #2, #1, #5, and #8, respectively, on the Billboard country music charts. "Small Y'all" was later recorded by George Jones on his 1998 album It Don't Get Any Better Than This.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Honky Tonky Side of Town" (Jerry Phillips, Troy Seals, Eddie Setser) - 3:09
  2. "Before You Kill Us All" (Max T. Barnes, Keith Follesé) - 3:24
  3. "That's Where I Draw the Line" (Trey Bruce, Roger Brown) - 3:20
  4. "Whisper My Name" (Bruce) - 3:11
  5. "Small Y'all" (Bobby Braddock) - 2:55
  6. "Runaway Train" (Larry Gatlin, Jerry Steve Smith) - 3:22
  7. "This Is Me" (Tom Shapiro, Thom McHugh) - 3:26
  8. "The Box" (Randy Travis, Buck Moore) - 3:21
  9. "Gonna Walk That Line" (Jamie O'Hara, Kieran Kane) - 3:19
  10. "Oscar the Angel" (Don Schlitz) - 4:25


Chart performance[edit]

Chart (1994) Peak
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums 10
U.S. Billboard 200 59
Canadian RPM Country Albums 5


  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ Chicago Tribune review
  3. ^ Entertainment Weekly review
  4. ^ Album reviews at CD Universe
  5. ^ Robert Christgau Consumer Guide
  6. ^ Rolling Stone review
  7. ^ Bessman, Jim (1994-03-26), "New Warner set returns Travis to country spotlite". Billboard. 106 (13):14