Big Time is the second studio album released by country music band Little Texas. The band's breakthrough album, it was released in 1993 on Warner Bros. Records, and produced the singles "What Might Have Been", "God Blessed Texas", "My Love", and "Stop on a Dime". Respectively, these peaked at numbers 2, 4, 1, and 14 on the Hot Country Songs charts. What Might Have Been" was also a crossover hit, reaching 16 on the Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks charts.
Little Texas – Big Time. Format: Cassette, Album. Big Time (CD, Album, Club).
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My Love" is a song recorded by the American country music band Little Texas. It was co-written by the band's keyboardist Brady Seals (who also sang lead vocals on it) and lead guitarist Porter Howell along with Tommy Barnes. It was released in January 1994 as the third single from the album, Big Time. The song reached the top of the Billboard country singles charts, becoming the band's only country hit. Little Texas was founded in 1988. Prior to the band's formation, Tim Rushlow and Dwayne O'Brien began playing together in Arlington, Texas, in 1984.
Little Texas' second album, Big Time, was issued in 1993. Their most successful album, it was certified 2 Platinum by the RIAA and gold by the CRIA. It also produced a minor crossover hit in leadoff single "What Might Have Been", a No. 2 country hit that also reached No. 74 on the Billboard Hot 100 and No. 16 on Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks. Kick a Little, the band's third album, was certified platinum by the RIAA. Leading off this album was its No. 5 title track, followed by the No. 4 "Amy's Back in Austin" and No. 27 "Southern Grace". After the album's release, however, Seals left for a solo career on Reprise Records, and was replaced by t Jeff Huskins, a former backing musician for Clint Black. Huskins made his first appearance on "Life Goes On" and "Country Crazy", two new tracks that the band recorded for their 1995 Greatest Hits.
Little Texas was conceived in 1988, in Nashville, Tennessee, by a handful of guys in their early twenties who were willing to do just about anything to bring their brand of rockin’ country to the forefront of the music industry.
You can get here Promo Only: Country Radio, December 2006 Album Lyrics, Tracklist, Videos, Cover Picture and More. Little Texas Big Time. Little Texas Missing Years. Little Texas Greatest Hits. Little Texas First Time for Everything. Little Texas Kick A Little. Little Texas Little Texas.
Artist: Little Texas. Big Time: Best 2 songs. Little Texas - My Love 04:05. Little Texas - My Town 04:21. Little Texas: best 2 tracks. Little Texas - My Love Big Time, 1993 04:05. Little Texas - Your Days Are Numbered Kick A Little, 1994 03:29. Artist: Little Texas.
Little Texas took a bit of a break in 1996, only playing about 100 shows that year as opposed to the 300-plus dates they'd been doing for years. They also recorded their third album, Little Texas, during this time, but the years of touring had already taken their toll on the band, and in 1997 they decided to go on hiatus. After several years, the bandmembers reunited and recruited vocalist Steven Troy. The newly reassembled group launched the Hello Again tour in 2004
|1-1||What Might Have Been|
|2-1||Forget About Forgetting You|
|2-2||What Might Have Been|
|2-3||Only Think I'm Sure Of|
|2-5||Stop On A Dime|
|2-6||God Blessed Texas|
|2-7||Love And Learn|
|2-9||This Time It's Real|
NotesPre-release album and promo single package. Both discs are picture discs.
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