by Dixie Chicks

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Track Listing

1 Ready to Run
2 If I Fall, You're Going Down with Me
3 Cowboy Take Me Away [Album Version]
4 Cold Day in July
5 Goodbye Earl [Album Version]
6 Hello Mr. Heartache [Album Version]
7 Don't Waste Your Heart [Album Version]
1 Sin Wagon [Album Version]
2 Without You [Album Version]
3 Some Days You Gotta Dance [Album Version]
4 Hole in My Head
5 Heartbreak Town [Album Version]
6 Let Him Fly [Album Version]

Featured Artists: Steve Conn and Mike Henderson and Marcus Hummon and Terry McMillan and Charlie Robison and Randy Scruggs and Bryan Sutton and Keith Urban

Genre: Country
  • Genre: Country & Western
  • Release Date: April 2016
  • Label: Legacy
  • Format: LP
  • Number of Discs: 2
Music Reviews

Editorial Reviews

Rolling Stone (9/16/99, p.115) - 3.5 stars (out of 5) - "...They're the most fun you can have on country radio these days, bringing a sisterly zest to their celebrations of hell-raising country gals who know how to rip out a man's heart and use it to fix a flat..."

Entertainment Weekly (9/10/99, pp.149-50) - "...takes a giant leap in establishing the [them] as serious, fully developed writers and musicians....the new tunes are a beguiling mix of deep-dish country-bluegrass, infused with progressive country, folk, and rock..." - Rating: A-

Q (11/99, p.118) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...Their trump card is Natalie Maines, a tiny woman whose voice packs all the power of a rottweiller's jaws....and when sister's Emily Erwin and Martie Seidel slide in their harmonies, even the sturdiest of spines should be tingling in gratitude..."

Dirty Linen (2-3/00, p.81) - "...Tracks that bear repeated listening: the radio-friendly 'Ready To Run,' 'Cowboy Take Me Away,' 'Hole in My Head' and the refreshingly ol' fashioned 'Hello Mr. Heartache'....Some great material finds a home on FLY..."

Mojo (Publisher) (12/99, p.116) - "...retains the gloss and modernity to appeal to the [Shanaia] Twain fraternity, but enough traditionalism seeps through to gain the respect of Opry regulars..."

Customer Reviews